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May 5th, 2008

Plug the gaps

Abstract:
As the ISA report points out, fabrication facilities are not available at Indian institutes and there appears to be a lack of awareness about the possibility of collaboration with the industry.

In such cases, the developed design has to be sent abroad for fabrication, thus multiplying the overhead costs substantially. To address the problem, the national nanotech fabrication facilities have been set up at IISc Bangalore and IIT Mumbai, and are also proposed to be set up at IITs in Kharagpur and Delhi.

Embedded systems have emerged as the second largest field for research in Indian institutes, accounting for 17 per cent of the total semiconductor-related projects undertaken in the country (primarily due to lower availability of faculty in this field in India).

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