IISc Certification | 9 Months | Campus Visit |
Salary range Depending on experience and expertise nanotechnology professionals can command over ₹40 LPA in India and $100K in USA
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IISc (Indian Institute of Science) is the oldest and the finest higher education institute of its kind in India. It pursues excellence in research and education in several fields of Science and Engineering. It is one of the first three publicly funded institutes to be awarded the Institute of Eminence status. The alumni of IISc hold significant academic and industry positions around the globe. For more information, visit www.iisc.ac.in
The PG Level Advanced Certificate Programme in Micro and Nanoelectronics will be delivered by IISc’s Centre for Continuing Education (CCE). CCE offers courses suitably designed to meet the requirements of various target groups - research & development (R&D) laboratories and industries, research scientists, and engineers- enabling them to grow into competent managers of technology-intensive and data-driven organisations. For more information, visit cce.iisc.ac.in
Taught by eminent IISc Faculty
Award Winning Scientist | Author of 200+ Research Publications | Inventor of 50+ Patents
Associate Professor, Department of Electronic Systems Engineering, IISc and Co-Founder - AGNIT Semiconductors Pvt. Ltd
Research Expertise: VLSI – Nanoelectronics, Semiconductor Device Design, Modeling & Characterisation, Nanotechnology, On-chip ESD Protection, Analog Memory for Neuromorphic Applications
*Scanned copies to be submitted within 7 days 1. Education Certificate 2. Experience Letter/Latest Pay Slip
**Selection for the programme will be done by IISc and is strictly based on the education, work experience, and motivation of the participants.
(i) Application Fee of ₹2,000, and
(ii) Campus visit fee will be based on actuals and to be borne by the participants.
(iii) Fees paid are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Micro and Nanoelectronics are enabling the creation of next-generation semiconductors, making systems faster, smaller and more energy efficient. With possibilities to improve and even revolutionize many technologies, Nanotech is delivering immense value to IT, medicine, transportation, energy, food safety, environmental science, and many others. Some of the important developments listed here indicate the accelerating micro/nanoelectronics industry growth.
This is the right time for professionals to gain a deep insight into designing, modeling, characterisation and development of semiconductor technology and tap into the promising opportunities that this sector offers.
The majority of professionals in the VLSI and semiconductor industry are often trained in VLSI design or circuit design principles, and in their design practice, they consider semiconductor devices as a black box. These design practices, which require one to follow thousands of design rules, don’t involve a first principal understanding of semiconductor technology.
This gap originates from the undergraduate and postgraduate training given at the majority of places, which lacks rigorous training on micro and nanoelectronics and device as well as semiconductor technology principles. While the black box approach may have worked for several generations, given the way technology is advancing, it is going to be difficult for working professionals to survive in this industry without understanding the fundamentals of devices and semiconductor technologies and the principles of micro and nanoelectronics.
The other aspect is the push for semiconductor fabs and production around the world. There will be around fifty new fabs in the next 5 years, possibly even more, and each fab would require thousands of semiconductor professionals. This means there will be demand for over one lakh new professionals in the next five years who understand semiconductor technologies. To enable professionals to navigate this change, IISc, in association with TalentSprint, has launched this online programme, where aspirants can enhance their knowledge and build capabilities to thrive in the new semiconductor era.
IISc offers India’s most sought-after M-Tech programme on Micro/Nanoelectronics and VLSI Design. This programme is jointly designed and delivered by the Department of Electronics Systems Engineering and the Department of Electrical and Communications Engineering. A majority of the top GATE-scoring candidates apply for this programme. It offers research-oriented training curated from the expert industry and research experiences. What professionals will learn during this PG Level Advanced Certification Programme is a significant subset of what is covered in IISc’s regular M-Tech programme.
This LIVE and interactive online programme has the potential to strengthen fundamentals, inform new industry developments and bridge the knowledge gap. Participants attending this programme can benefit from the following -
Cutting-edge Applied Learning
Established in 2010, TalentSprint is a part of NSE group and a global edtech company that brings transformational high-end and deep-tech learning programs to young and experienced professionals. The company’s digital learning platform ipearl.ai offers a hybrid onsite/online experience to seekers of deep technology expertise. TalentSprint partners with top academic institutions and global corporations to create and deliver world class programs, certifications, and outcomes.Its programs have consistently seen a high engagement rate and customer delight. It is a leading Innovation Partner for the National Skill Development Corporation, an arm of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India. A recipient of various prestigious accolades, TalentSprint was recently honored with the Indian Achievers Award 2022, for its excellence in building deeptech talent in India. For more information about TalentSprint, visit TalentSprint website.