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IISc Bangalore Offers Certificatie Course in Micro and Nanoelectronics

IISc Bangalore has introduced a new PG-level program. MSDLab, Department of Electronics Systems Engineering (DESE) at IISc Bangalore designed the program’s curriculum. The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore announced the establishment of a new PG-level advanced certification program in Micro and Nanoelectronics to prepare the next generation of semiconductor specialists to profit from the industry’s fast development.

Two-year cooperation with the introduction of the PG Level Advanced Certification program in Micro and Nanoelectronics

TalentSprint, a worldwide ed-tech firm and industry leader in transformational deep tech programs, and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have strengthened their two-year cooperation with the introduction of the PG Level Advanced Certification program in Micro and Nanoelectronics. The semiconductor industry must prepare the next generation of semiconductor specialists for tremendous industrial development.

The program was developed in partnership with TalentSprint, an ed-tech firm, to fulfil the rising demand for semiconductor/VLSI specialists and people with deeper semiconductor understanding to interface with any electronics sector. MSDLab, Department of Electronics Systems Engineering (DESE) at IISc Bangalore designed the program’s curriculum.

Professor Mayank Shrivastava, Programme Director, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), statement

“The discipline of Micro and Nanoelectronics is the facilitator of next-generation semiconductor technologies, which are at the core of today’s quicker, sleeker, lighter, and more energy efficient devices,” said Professor Mayank Shrivastava, Programme Director, Indian Institute of Science (IISc). This is also the foundation for future neuromorphic and quantum technology. With the enormous potential of this ever-growing industry in mind, now is the time for professionals to thoroughly understand designing, modelling, characterising, and developing semiconductor technology and capitalise on the great chances that this sector provides. The semiconductor business will soon be worth trillions of dollars, and no one should pass up this chance.”

Conclusion

The program provides industry-oriented training, and the program teachers are a group of MSDLab researchers and professionals led by Professor Shrivastava. India is on track to become the world’s second-biggest market in terms of scale and expanding demand for semiconductor components across various sectors and applications. The semiconductor market will rise by 70% over the next ten years, led by the automotive, data storage, and wireless sectors. By 2030, the semiconductor market will be worth a trillion dollars.

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