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Nanoscience, Physics & Chemistry of Advanced Materials (N-PCAM) is a 4 year degree programme, run jointly by the Schools of Chemistry and Physics at Trinity College Dublin. COURSE DETAILS

Electrotrapped nanoparticles in EBL defined nanogap

Microspheres on structured film by Ronan Daly, CRANN with Prof John Boland

'Spheres within Forests' by N. McEvoy, CRANN with Prof Duesberg

THE FUTURE IS NANO!

Nanoscience – Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials (N-PCAM) is a four-year degree programme, run jointly by the Schools of Chemistry and Physics at Trinity College Dublin. Students will gain a deep and lasting understanding of the science of advanced materials that underpins the nano revolution. Some laboratory training is provided in CRANN, the leading institute for nanoscience in Ireland (www.crann.tcd.ie).

Nanotechnology is being used to develop smaller and more powerful electronic devices, lasers, medical diagnostics and materials with completely new properties. This degree programme will equip students to work across a diverse range of industries that employ nanotechnology. The course provides a solid foundation in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics for the first two years and specialises in nanoscience for the final two years.

Why Study Nanoscience?

Nanoscience and materials science are where physics and chemistry meet for the benefit of mankind. Do you want to participate in these scientific endeavours?

Find out about our course from these video testimonials (to the left), from our brochure (below), and more detailed information in the rest of our website (see menu).

- Course Director: Georg Duesberg

Funding streams for course

News about the course is tweeted from time to time.

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TCD is also home to CRANN, Ireland's leading institute for nanoscience. Check out their twitter feed below:

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Last updated 13 August 2014 NPCAM@tcd.ie.