“Energy Nanotechnology” is an introductory course that provides a comprehensive overview of nanomaterials used for energy production, storage, transmission, and conservation. Synthesis, characterization, application, and toxicity of nanomaterials used
for energy sources such as solar cells, fuel cells, supercapacitors, and batteries will be the focus of this course.
The Office of Extended Studies, in partnership with Technology Ed, is offering this 20-hour, noncredit, online course for people who want to understand nanotechnology
and their current and future markets.
Register and learn more at Technology Ed.