Company Overview of Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay is an educational institution.
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Kakodkar Takes Back Resignation as Chairperson of IIT Council's Standing Committee as Well as Chairperson of IIT Bombay
Mar 19 15
Anil Kakodkar has taken back his resignation as chairperson of the IIT Council's standing committee as well as chairperson of IIT Bombay.
Synopsys and IIT Bombay Collaborate on Reliability Modeling of Advanced Transistors
Jun 30 14
Synopsys Inc. and the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, announced a collaboration to advance the modeling of negative bias temperature instability (NBTI), a key reliability concern for advanced CMOS devices. NBTI has become more critical with the introduction of high-k metal gate (HKMG) processes and is a dominant reliability concern for FinFET devices, contributing to the degradation of threshold voltage, current, transconductance and other electrical parameters. This collaboration will enable leading semiconductor manufacturers to gain insight into NBTI degradation and develop methods to mitigate its effects on FinFETs at the 14-nanometer (nm) node and beyond. Through this collaboration, IIT Bombay will conduct experiments and measurements to characterize NBTI in FinFET devices. The resulting data will be used to enhance and calibrate physical NBTI models in Sentaurus Device, Synopsys' industry standard TCAD device simulator.
Government of India Selects IIT Bombay to Initiate Solar Project to Curtail Kerosene Subsidy
May 13 14
The government of India has roped in IIT Bombay to install solar powered lighting equipments in rural areas in a bid to retrench 36 million litres of kerosene and lower the subsidy bill by INR 300 billion per year. The ministry of new and renewable energy in collaboration with the ministry of petroleum would execute the scheme and it would be funded by the corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds of government-owned oil companies. The scheme is expected to cater to nearly 47% of the rural population. Last year, IIT Bombay had initiated a solar lamp distribution campaign for students where electricity was not available. In this project, MNRE will pay 30% of the equipment's cost whereas the oil companies will disburse 50% of the lamp's cost from their CSR fund. The rest 20% cost would be borne by the end user. The cost of the project is INR 480 million of which MNRE will finance about INR 148.1 million.
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