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ITM collaborates with IIT Delhi to give its students important insights on application-specific devices
To give its students important insights into developing application-specific devices and systems for health care, defense and space sectors of the country, ITM University, Gurgaon in collaboration with IIT Delhi conducted a three-day National Workshop on 'MEMS Design, Technology & Application'

A collaborative research and development project, the workshop, sponsored by Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Govt. of India, was coordinated by Dr. Bharti Arora, Deputy Dean RDIL at ITM University, Gurgaon and Dr. Madhusudhan Singh, Associate Professor, IIT Delhi.

Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems, commonly known as MEMS, is a frontier technology being used development of very small devices. MEMS technology is used in general domains like Automotive, Consumer, Industrial, Military, and Biotechnology.

The workshop was inaugurated by keynote speaker and chief guest Dr. R Muralidharan, Director, Solid State Physical Laboratory, Defense Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). The plenary session of the workshop was chaired by Dr Surinder Singh, Director, Semi-Conductor Laboratory, Chandigarh, India's cutting-edge ISRO research lab.

"At ITM University, we strive to provide students the best of exposure. Such workshops give students the opportunity to interact with others and gain more exposure through exchange of ideas and experiences. Frontier technology like MEMS helps students get acquainted with hi-end technologies. Our initiatives are useful for the students in polishing both their academic as well as professional skills," said Prof B. S Panwar, Vice-chancellor, ITM University, Gurgaon.

The workshop was attended by a large number of students and faculty of ITM University, Gurgaon in addition to participation from students and faculty members from various other colleges from the Delhi NCR region. Topics like multifunctional sensors and conventional MEMS sensors along with its associated technology and applications were discussed during the workshop.

Lectures were delivered by eminent Speakers of IIT Delhi and other colleges. The workshop opened avenues of further interaction by using the expertise of each organization on design and simulation and technology.

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