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course grades

13 Fevereiro 2011, 09:18 Joao Pedro Estrela Rodrigues Conde

The final grades have been posted.

I wish you all a productive 2nd semester!

 


course grades

3 Janeiro 2011, 16:55 Joao Pedro Estrela Rodrigues Conde

Dear Nano/NanoBio students,

The classifications of the course after HW9 are posted in the page. For most of you, included is the final grade of the course.

Please check my calculations, and let me know if there is any mistake until January 15. After that date, the grades will be considered final.

I wanted to thank you for participating actively in this course, congratulate you on passing it, and wish you a happy and successful 2011!

Joao Pedro Conde


weeks 12 and 13 - classes and A2

27 Novembro 2010, 01:54 Joao Pedro Estrela Rodrigues Conde

Please take note of the following information (updates can be found in the course page).

 

On Monday, December 6 we will have a normal class ( A18: bio-to-nano I). This is because I am flying to Lisbon in the morning and it is too risky to schedule the A2 for this day.

 

The first session (4 hours) of A2 will take place on Tuesday, December 7 (Qa1.4) and the second session of A2 (4 hours) will take place on Monday, December 13 (Fa1).

Please send me your presentations as soon as they are ready. This will help a lot with the management of the time during our two A2 sessions. 

 

Our last class will be on Tuesday, December 14 ( A19: bio-to-nano II) but on a different schedule - from 17h30 to 19h30 (Qa1.4). This is because I have a function at IST that I must attend from 14h30 to 17h. I hope you can still come to our last class.

The slides for A18 and A19, as well as the HW9 (the final HW set) are available in this site. 

 

In the A2 section of this page the proposed schedule of the presentations is presented.

 

I wish you an inspired preparation of your A2.


week 11 classes

21 Novembro 2010, 22:30 Joao Pedro Estrela Rodrigues Conde

The slides of A16 and A17 (Nanoparticle systems) are available in this site.

A2 presentations are scheduled to take place on the week of December 6. The students can form  groups of 1 (15 min=10 min presentation max. + discussion), 2 (20 min=12 min presentation max. + discussion) or 3 (25 min=15 min presentation max. + discussion)

Document to be presented: Power-Point presentation (or similar)

 
HW7+8 (available in the site) will serve to form the groups and present an abstract of the proposal for A2. Note the strict deadline: wednesday, November 24, 2010.
Objective of A2: identification of a scientific/technological problem in which Nanotech/Nanobiotech can be used as a potential solution. Emphasis will be placed on the problem description and current state-of-the-art, followed by the proposal and support of an original solution using Nanotech/Nanobiotech.


week 10 classes

14 Novembro 2010, 11:22 Joao Pedro Estrela Rodrigues Conde

The slides of A14 and A15 (Nano-to-Bio/Biochips/DNA chips, protein chips, and cell chips) are available in this site.

A2 presentations are scheduled to take place on the week of December 6. The students can form  groups of 1 (15 min=10 min presentation max. + discussion), 2 (20 min=12 min presentation max. + discussion) or 3 (25 min=15 min presentation max. + discussion)

Document to be presented: Power-Point presentation (or similar)

 
HW7+8 (available in the site) will serve to form the groups and present an abstract of the proposal for A2. Note the strict deadline: wednesday, November 24, 2010.
Objective of A2: identification of a scientific/technological problem in which Nanotech/Nanobiotech can be used as a potential solution. Emphasis will be placed on the problem description and current state-of-the-art, followed by the proposal and support of an original solution using Nanotech/Nanobiotech.