The Centre for Advanced Studies in Electronics Science and Technology (CASEST) was established in 2014. It is a successor of the Electronics Programme established at the School of Physics in 1995 at the initiative of University Grants Commission and the (then) Department of Electronics to promote research and teaching in electronic device research. The teaching programmes are reviewed every 5 years and have evolved from M.Sc. (electronics) (2-year programme) to M.Sc. (Tech.) (3-year programme) to the present 2-year M.Tech. programme in Integrated Circuit Technology.Read More
The centre will be a multi-disciplinary hub of excellence that aims to attract talent from a wide range of fields to enable establishment of a truly world-class centre for research in Electronics Science and Technology.Read More
The main objective will be to create and develop a world class multi-disciplinary research environment, supported by strong research funding and industry collaborations in the following broad research groups and areas:
- Integrated Circuits and
- Materials, Sensors and
- Test, Measurement, Verification,
Packaging for Product Development
Digital, Analog, RF and Mixed-Signal IC Design, MEMS, MMICs, RFICs and NEMS, VLSI design, FPGA design, DSP algorithms, Systems design and Soft Computing, Simulation, modeling and algorithm development, Embedded systems, Smart grid, Nano-electronics, RF electronics, SIP and SOC.
Micro- and Nano-fabrication of device structures, Materials and Phenomenon for electronic applications, Process Science and Technology for Micro-fabrication, Ion-beam techniques for micro- and nano-electronics, Thin-films and Technology for electronics, Alternate dielectric films and other materials for new generation of MOS and other devices, flexible electronics
On-wafer probing techniques over wide frequency, temperature and field ranges, 3D packaging, EDA tools and related software, design for testability.