The workshop’s objective is to bring together industrialists, engineers, researchers and scientists from all over the world to have discussions on the recent progress and future trends
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mandi has been conducting an international workshop, from October 31 to November 2, on nano/micro 2D & 3D fabrication and manufacturing of electronic and biomedical devices and applications on its campus at Kamand.
The workshop was inaugurated on Wednesday by R Subrahmanyam, Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development. A state-of-the-art class 100 clean room facility for fabrication of devices was also unveiled on the occasion. This clean room facility, a first-of-its-kind in India, will be a part of the IIT Mandi’s centre for design and fabrication of electronic devices.
Opportunities for research partnerships
The workshop’s objective is to bring together industrialists, engineers, researchers and scientists from all over the world to have discussions on the recent progress and future trends in the field of nano/micro 2D & 3D fabrication technology for manufacturing of biomedical and electronic devices. The event will offer opportunities for networking and research partnerships.
This international workshop is the idea of Timothy A Gonsalves, Director at IIT – Mandi, and will feature discussions by some of the pioneers in the areas of electronics, advanced lithography and 2D-3D manufacturing from industry as well as academia.
The aim of workshop is to be one of the leading international workshops for coming out with novel and fundamental advances in the areas of micro and nano device fabrication and their applications. This event will serve as a perfect platform for those who are working in the field of fabrication, device design, processes, materials and tools, be they are scientists, teachers, students, policy makers, entrepreneurs, and other stakeholders who are deeply involved in bringing innovative, creative and rigorous learning practices.