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IIT-Guwahati launches a special center for researching underwater exploration

IIT-Guwahati launches a special center for researching underwater exploration

A specialized Centre for Intelligent Cyber Physical Systems has been established at the Indian Institute of Technology in Guwahati (CICPS). The CICPS aims to support underwater exploration by developing indigenous technologies. Technological development, human resource development, and a technology incubation center will all be included.

Key Highlights

  • A specialized Centre for Intelligent Cyber Physical Systems has been established at the Indian Institute of Technology in Guwahati.
  • The CICPS aims to support underwater exploration by developing indigenous technologies.
  • The complex will house nine laboratories, including one dedicated to undersea natural resources and product development, e-mobility, the Internet of Things, and sensor and actuator manufacture.

Guwahati’s Indian Institute of Technology has established a specialized Centre for Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems (CICPS) to develop indigenous technology and facilitate undersea research.

“The CICPS will have significant academic, human resources, and technological development components, with a focus on developing goods and technologies for undersea exploration, which is a relatively unexplored study field in the contour, “Director of IIT-Guwahati T. G. Sitharam stated.

A minimum of five technologies will be developed per year by the center. The CICPS has already attracted 13 Ph.D. students and 18 M.Tech students, who will focus on underwater exploration technology.

The center will be funded for the first five years by IIT Guwahati to become self-sustaining after that.

Technological development, human resource development, a technology incubation center, and an M.Tech program in robotics and artificial intelligence, according to Sitharam.

Fellowships for the doctorate, post-doctoral, and faculty candidates will be available through the CICPS’ human resource development programs. “A significant enabler of Industry 4.0 is robotics and artificial intelligence. It combines nearly all technical and scientific disciplines. The new master’s program at CICPS is aimed to cover advanced engineering issues and help satisfy the expanding demand for industries, scientists, and engineers. “According to IIT,

At the moment, 41 members of IIT Guwahati’s mechanical, electrical, computer science and engineering, design, chemical engineering, and chemistry departments are collaborating in this center.

The complex will house nine laboratories, including one dedicated to undersea natural resources and product development, e-mobility, the Internet of Things, and sensor and actuator manufacture.

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