A unique initiative for accelerating research and development in nanoelectronics in India has been launched in August 2008 at the Centers of Excellence in Nanoelectronics (CEN) at Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru (IISc) and Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB). The Indian Nanoelectronics Users Program (INUP) intends to facilitate experimentation of research ideas of Indian researchers in the general area of nanoelectronics.read more
In view of the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak, INUP is suspending all activities that require travel. This includes advanced training scheduled on 13th April as well project execution scheduled for March and April 2020. The project executions that have already started would continue to be progress as planned. We’ll keep you updated about situation and announce the new dates in the next few weeks.
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INUP Web Portal was Formally Launched by the Honorable Prof. Chandra Shekhar, Chairman, PRSG, and Dr. Debashis Dutta, Group Coordinator, R&D in Electronics, MeitY, GoI
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Complete Biology Chart Set Includes: Animal Cell and Plant Cell. Reflects latest electron micrographic and cytological findings with a colorful side-by-side comparison of a typical animal.read more
The phenomenal growth in the CMOS technology over the past four decades has enabled very high performance compute and storage systems, powering the information technology revolution.read more