To realize the full potential of micro- and nanoscale devices in system building, it is critical to develop systems engineering methodologies that successfully integrate stand-alone, small-scale technologies that can effectively interface with the macro world. So how do we accomplish this?Systems Engineering for Microscale and Nanoscale Technologie

chapter 1|18 pages

Systems Engineering for Micro- and Nanoscale Technologies

ByJanet L. Barth, M. Ann Garrison Darrin

chapter 2|28 pages

Introduction to Systems Engineering

ByElinor Fong

chapter 3|20 pages

Systems Engineering in Technology Development Phases

ByD.Y. Kusnierkiewicz

chapter 4|34 pages

Agile Systems Engineering

ByTimothy G. McGee Bethany M. McGee

chapter 5|32 pages


ByStergios J. Papadakis

chapter 7|24 pages

Introduction to Nanotechnology

ByJennifer L. Sample

chapter 8|40 pages

Nanoscale Systems—Top-Down Assembly

ByJeffrey P. Maranchi

chapter 9|44 pages

Nanoscale Systems—Bottom-Up Assembly

chapter 10|44 pages

Modeling and Simulation in the Small World

ByMorgan Trexler, John Thomas

chapter 11|26 pages

Interfaces at the Micro- and Nanoscale

ByJennifer Breidenich

chapter 12|32 pages

Systems Reliability

ByO. Manuel Uy

chapter 15|12 pages

Future Generations of Nanotechnology

ByM. Ann Garrison Darrin, Janet L. Barth

chapter 16|36 pages

Biomedical Microsystems

ByBrian Jamieson, Jennette Mateo

chapter 17|18 pages

Stability and Uncertainty in Self-Assembled Systems

ByI.K. Ashok Sivakumar