• CE1: To possess the necessary knowledge and abilities to continue with future studies in the PhD program in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
  • CE2: For students from field of knowledge (e.g. chemistry) to be able to scientifically communicate and interact with colleagues from another field (e.g. physics) in the resolution of problems laid out by the Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
  • CE3: To know the fundamentals of solid state physics and supramolecular chemistry necessary on molecular nanoscience.
  • CE4: To know the methodological approaches used in Nanoscience.
  • CE5: To acquire supramolecular chemistry conceptual concepts necessary for the design of new nanomaterials and nanostructures.
  • CE6: To know the main techniques for molecular systems nanofabrication.
  • CE7: To acquire the basics knowledge in fundamentals, use and applications of microscopic and spectroscopic techniques used in nanotechnology.
  • CE8: To know the molecular nanoscience "state of the art".
  • CE9: To acquire the conceptual knowledge about molecular systems self-assembly and self-organisation.
  • CE10: To know the “state of the art” in molecular nanomaterials with optical, electric and magnetic properties.
  • CE11: To assess the relationships and differences between the materials macroscopic properties and those of unimolecular systems and nanomaterials.
  • CE12: To assess the molecules and hybrid materials relevance in electronics, spintronics and molecular nanomagnetism.
  • CE13: To know the main biological and medical application in this area.
  • CE14: To know the main molecular nanomaterials technological applications and to be able to put them in the Material Science general context.
  • CE15: To know the technical and conceptual problems laid out by the physical properties measurement in single molecular systems (charge transport, optical properties, magnetic properties).
  • CE16: To know the main applications of nanoparticles and nanostructured materials –obtained or functionalised using a molecular approach- in magnetism, molecular electronics and biomedicine.
 
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