Highly informative..Nan Jokerst , you are the best teacher .Amazing team work with proper theory as well as practical knowledge. I gained my interest in Nanotech. Thankyou for the wonderful sessions.
In my undergrad I have learned about fabrication in the VLSI course, now I have got the gest of cooking. thank you for such a course, hope I will get some further help from rtnn.org & RTNN team.
автор: Alois H Z•
Basic understanding of how to make a semiconductor wafer.
автор: Adarash k s•
A new and interesting way of learning ,I enjoyed my self
автор: Piyush P•
It was a really knowledgeable and fun course. Thank You!
автор: ASHIMA S•
well explained, understanding by real demonstration.
автор: Chinmay B•
Good for beginners. The demo videos are awesome
автор: Namratha U•
All concepts and techniques taught explicitly.
автор: Agan A•
Very useful information about nanotechnology
автор: Udit N B•
Good course for information about Nano Tech
автор: MAKS S•
Looks like a general review, not so useful
автор: BUDAMGUNTLA V K•
Easy to understand and it is very useful
автор: Saubhagya S•
It is quite educational and interesting
автор: NILADRI S S•
etching videos are not up to the mark
It is very useful for beginners.
Very Informative. Well taught.
автор: TANMMEY J•
Great and undoubtful sessions
автор: AHSAN A•
very informative course
автор: Sudheer R•
i need certificate
автор: CHAN W F P•
автор: Rafael R A M•
it was so good
автор: Policherla S•
I was expecting it to be more technical and detailed; however, it was more of an overview of the various techniques used in the nanotech industry.
Nevertheless, it was a great learning experience.
автор: DeviReddy D R•
It's quite interesting.But I am unable to understand where I would be able to get my certificate.
автор: SANJIB C•
Overall the course is awesome, however, it could be better if the course covers more topics.
автор: Subhajit D•
Very easy course
автор: Vivek K•
The content is extremely well written. The amount of information is very much adequate. The lab sessions were really interesting and engaging. It is the presentation that I had an issue with. Most of the research students and faculties for that matter, had a very monotonous tone with many of them often reading from a teleprompter and not even looking at the camera. Although the narration was very well written, it was not very well presented, with the exception of a few. At times, it felt like an advertisement for the RTNN website. I would recommend this course for anybody looking forward to learn these characterization and fabrication techniques, and not to someone who's just passing through.