At the end of classes the student should be able to:
-knowledge and understanding the basic concepts of reactivity and properties of surfaces and nanoparticles
-knowledge of the main techniques aimed at building interphases with requested characteristics both physic-chemical and functional
-being familiar with the most relevant characterization techniques of surfaces, interphases and nanoparticles
-understanding the production processes used in new material fabrication such as Swarovski crystal, multilayer lenses composite and multilayer materials used in chemical, electronic and mechanic industry
-making judgment about and put forward the analytical technique to achieve the best results, taking in account performance, costs, and time spent.
-being able to hyphenate various analytical techniques with the purpose of obtaining new possibilities in interphases and nanoparticles characterization