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Jiao H. and N. Barakat, “Balanced Depth and Breadth in a New Interdisciplinary Nanotechnology Course,” Journal of Educational Technology Systems, Vol 40(1), 75 - 87, Baywood Publishing Company, Inc. 2011 – 2012, doi.10.2190/ET.40.1.g, http://baywood.com.

Barakat N. and H. Jiao, “Proposed Strategies for Teaching ethics of Nanotechnology,“ Nanoethics Journal, Springer, Netherlands, Sep. 2010. DOI 10.1007/s11569-010-0100-0.

Jiao H. and N. Barakat, “Incorporation of Hands-on Activities in Learning Nanomaterials,” ASME – IMECE, Nov. 2011, Denver, CO.
Barakat N. and H. Jiao, “Nanotechnology Integration to Enhance Undergraduate Engineering Education,” 1st World Engineering Education Flash Week (WEE2011), September 27-30, 2011, Lisbon, Portugal.

Jiao H. and N. Barakat, “Ion-Sensitive Field Effect Transistor as a PH Sensor,” ChinaNano, Beijing, China, Sep. 2011.

Barakat N. and H. Jiao, “Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive Nanotechnology Fundamentals Lab for Engineering Students,” ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, June 26 – 29, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2011.

Jiao H. and N. Barakat, “Integration of Nanotechnology into Undergraduate Engineering and Science Education,” ASME-IMECE Micro/Nano technology poster forum, Vancouver, BC. Canada, 2010.

Nael Barakat, “The Practical Scope of Nanotechnology Ethics,” Environmental Nano Technologies (ENT) Magazine, issue 3, IANET Association, Rome, Italy, on line: www.entmagazine.com, Dec. 2010.

 

 

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This work has been supported by an National Science Foundation (NSF) grant number
NUE 09-533 for the period of Jan 2010 - Dec 2012.

 

 

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