The free online course Graphene Science and Technology, developed by Graphene Flagship partner and coordinator Chalmers University of Technology, is starting 31 October.
Graphene Flagship partner and coordinator Chalmers University of Technology is re-running its edX course Graphene Science and Technology from 2015, with some changes and improvements.
The course is free and open to everyone around the world. It covers the fundamental aspects of the material and participants should have an adequate knowledge of general physics and university level mathematics to benefit fully. It starts 31 October and runs for eight weeks.
At the end of the course, an engineer should be able to determine if graphene is suitable for the company's products, and a student should be able to decide if the subject is of interest for continued studies.
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Interview with instructor Jie Sun
06 October 2016 16:27