Electron Technologies

The Concord Consortium is working in partnership with Parkland College and four ATE Centers (NANO-LINK, BIO-LINK, MATEC, and OP-TEC) to develop and disseminate innovative curriculum materials to enhance courses that require student understanding of electron behavior. The project is developing new interactive computational models, and embed these models in learning activities that are appropriate for courses teaching such things as microelectronics, nanotechology, materials science, photonics, and chemistry.

For more information, please visit the project website.