The Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi is working with Applied Materials India Pvt. Ltd. By working with MIT, IIT students will have access to cutting-edge information and hands-on experience in the field of materials engineering development. The global economy depends more and more on semiconductors.
- The Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi is working with Applied Materials India Pvt. Ltd.
- By working with MIT, IIT students will have access to cutting-edge information and hands-on experience.
- The global economy depends more and more on semiconductors.
- The Indian government views electronics hardware as a key pillar for both the ‘Make in India’ and the “Digital Indian’ programs.
Research in semiconductors will be carried out at the Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) in Varanasi with the help of materials engineering firm Applied Materials, Inc’s India-based subsidiary, Applied Materials India Pvt Ltd.
As a result of the partnership, students at IIT (BHU) would have access to cutting-edge training in materials engineering.
“Our industry-academia link will be strengthened as a result of the collaboration in order to address semiconductor industry materials engineering difficulties. We also hope to assist in the education of future generations of engineers in this incredibly fascinating area of cutting-edge technology “Applied Materials India president and managing director Srinivas Satya made the statement.
Through a partnership with Applied Materials India, the Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) will have access to materials engineering and semiconductor process technology knowledge..
In the past, Applied Materials India provided characterisation equipment for the Central Instrument Facility at IIT (BHU) Varanasi, allowing students to gain practical experience in the structural characterisation of materials through collaboration with the institute.
“Applied Materials India’s research cooperation with IIT (BHU) Varanasi exemplifies our dedication to solid industry-academia connections. Globally, the electronics industry has never been more significant, and the Indian government views electronics hardware as a key pillar for both the “Make in India” and the “Digital Indian’ programs “IIT (BHU) Varanasi Director Pramod Kumar Jain made the statement.
We hope that our partnership with Applied Materials India will assist to create learning and design programs that will increase the supply of talented workers for the semiconductor sector.
IIT (BHU) Varanasi’s dean of research and development, Professor Rajiv Prakash, stated, “Applied Materials India and the School of Materials Science and Technology at IIT (BHU) Varanasi have a long history of partnership. Our latest collaboration helps the semiconductor research community while also strengthening our partnership.”