Kumpula campus Nanoscience course overview and links
The University of Helsinki has been arranging regular teaching
in Nanoscience since 2006, with Prof. Kai Nordlund as
the initial coordinator. This page gives an overview
of how the teaching developed and links to the current courses.
The very first course was:
Introduction to nanoscience 2005
given only once.
The systematic teaching from 2006 -- 2012 was a joint teaching
programme between the University of Helsinki and Aalto University,
comprising 4 courses Nanoscience I - IV, with roughly the following
Since the fall of 2012, the teaching was reorganized to be campus-specific
as the topic became more mainstream and each campus wanted to have
their own programme.
Now the Kumpula campus the departments of Physics and Chemistry are
organizing the following general courses:
- Nano I: Introduction
- Nano II: Nanomaterials
- Nano III: Nanotechniques
- Nano IV: Nanoforum, changing intensive topics course
Note: also students outside the University of Helsinki can
access these pages using the guest login option!
In addition, we are organizing specialized nanoscience courses such as:
In addition, the doctoral programme MATRENA arranges PhD-level nanoscience intensive courses, including
a continuation of Nanoforum.
- Basics of nanoscience, similar to former NanoI, BSc level and starting MSc level; homepage in moodle
- Nanophysics and -chemistry, similar to former NanoII, Msc and PhD student level, homepage in moodle
Kai Nordlund 1.9.2014.