Highly informative..Nan Jokerst , you are the best teacher .Amazing team work with proper theory as well as practical knowledge. I gained my interest in Nanotech. Thankyou for the wonderful sessions.
It's a wonderful course for anybody looking to gain some good insights on Nanotechnology along with practical exposure. Nan Jokerst, you are an amazing teacher.\n\nWould highly recommend this course!
By BAKI T•
It's really fine and most useful for gaining knowledge
By Ashima S•
well explained, understanding by real demonstration.
By Chinmay B•
Good for beginners. The demo videos are awesome
By Namratha U•
All concepts and techniques taught explicitly.
By AGAN A•
Very useful information about nanotechnology
By Udit N B•
Good course for information about Nano Tech
By MAKS S•
Looks like a general review, not so useful
By BUDAMGUNTLA V K•
Easy to understand and it is very useful
By Saubhagya S•
It is quite educational and interesting
By NILADRI S S•
etching videos are not up to the mark
It is very useful for beginners.
Very Informative. Well taught.
By TANMMEY J•
Great and undoubtful sessions
By AHSAN A•
very informative course
By Sudheer R•
i need certificate
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By Rafael R A M•
it was so good
By Policherla S•
I was expecting it to be more technical and detailed; however, it was more of an overview of the various techniques used in the nanotech industry.
Nevertheless, it was a great learning experience.
By Sílvio V J•
Course needs to expand its content to other areas. For instance: chemistry, pharmaceuticals, agrochemistry, carbonaceuous materials, mettalic materials, etc.
By DeviReddy D R•
It's quite interesting.But I am unable to understand where I would be able to get my certificate.
By SANJIB C•
Overall the course is awesome, however, it could be better if the course covers more topics.
By Subhajit D•
Very easy course
By Vivek K•
The content is extremely well written. The amount of information is very much adequate. The lab sessions were really interesting and engaging. It is the presentation that I had an issue with. Most of the research students and faculties for that matter, had a very monotonous tone with many of them often reading from a teleprompter and not even looking at the camera. Although the narration was very well written, it was not very well presented, with the exception of a few. At times, it felt like an advertisement for the RTNN website. I would recommend this course for anybody looking forward to learn these characterization and fabrication techniques, and not to someone who's just passing through.