Applied Materials and IIT Bombay Launch Lab for Energy and Nanoelectronics

Applied Materials and IIT Bombay Launch Lab for Energy and Nanoelectronics

IIT Bombay and Applied Materials commemorate 5 years of collaboration with the launch of the “Applied Materials Chemistry Laboratory for Energy and Nanoelectronics (CLEAN).

The state-of-the-art laboratory will broaden the scope of ongoing research collaboration for the development of new materials that will be used for a variety of electronic and renewable energy-focused applications, including the fabrication of next-generation solar cells. Applied Materials began its association with IIT Bombay through several research scholar exchange programs.

As pictured above, the lab was launched today at a ceremony attended by (left) Mike Splinter, chairman and CEO of Applied Materials, (center) Omkaram Nalamasu, chief technology officer of Applied Materials, and (right) Prof. Devang Khakhar, director, IIT Bombay.

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