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Centres of Excellence (CoE) Projects

National Centre for Flexible Electronics (NCFlexE):

National Centre for Flexible Electronics (NCFlexE) has been set up at IIT Kanpur with an outlay of Rs 132.99 Cr for 5 years. Out of the total outlay Rs 111.12 Crore will be funded by DeitY and contribution of IIT Kanpur will be Rs 21.87 crore. Flexible electronics is an emerging area of electronics which is based on the monolithic integration of electronic components on amorphous substrates which typically results in products that are large in size with length scales ranging from a few centimetres as in sensors, to a few decimetres as in displays and lighting, to several metres as in organic solar cell based panels. This is in contrast to conventional microelectronics where integrated circuits (ICs) are fabricated on crystalline substrates and length scales are typically only a few millimetres. At the heart of this revolution lie two significant capabilities: designing products that are flexible and form fitting and their manufacturing by printing based processes. The combination of the two may lead to roll-to-roll, large volume and high throughput manufacturing. There are no well established players in flexible electronics at the moment and even those who are actively involved have been in it for a relatively short period. The Indian industry must make use of this opportunity to get a foothold in the emerging market for large area flexible electronics. Over all objective of NCFlexE is to spur development of ecosystem for flexible electronics in the country.

The Centre has been mandated to develop technology prototypes, in PPP mode through industry collaborations, on

  • Printable electronic tags
  • Anti-counterfeiting for medicine packages
  • Flexible solar module
  • Circuit lab on paper
  • OLED lighting
  • Flexible temperature sensor

Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has released Rs. 27.44 Cr. So far for the project.

Further details and current events of National Centre for Flexible Electronics (NCFlexE) are available at www.ncflexe.in

Contact person at IIT Kanpur:

Dr Sudhindra Tatti
Chief Operating Officer (COO)
National Centre for Flexible Electronics
IIT Kanpur
Kanpur – 208016
E-mail: flexe@iitk.ac.in

Prof Monica Katiyar
Coordinator, National Centre for Flexible Electronics
IIT Kanpur
Kanpur – 208016
E-mail:fflexe@iitk.ac.in

Contact persons at DeitY:

Dr. Debashis Dutta – R & D Group Coordinator & Scientist ‘G’
E-mail: dutta@meity.gov.in

Mr. M Sesha Giri Rao – Director/Scientist ‘F’
E-mail: msrao@meity.gov.in

National Centre of Excellence in Technology for Internal Security (NCETIS):

NCETIS has been set up at IIT Bombay with an outlay of Rs 83.89 crore for 5 years. The objective of the Centre is to develop state-of-art-technologies which are vital to our security agencies ( Police and Para military forces) and for providing rescue and relief operations. This centre has been set up for addressing internal security needs of the nation on continuous basis and to deliver technologies/prototypes required for internal security and to promote domestic industry in internal security area within the country. NCETIS will act as national nodal facility, to cater to the requirements of homeland/internal security technology requirements and technologies for disaster management.

Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has released Rs. 24.07 Cr. so far for the project.

The Centre has been mandated to develop technology prototypes, in PPP mode through industry collaborations on:

  • Broadband Wireless Communications System for Public Protection and Disaster Recovery (B-PPDR)
  • Ground Penetration Radar
  • Video Surveillance and Analytics
  • Robotic All-Terrain Vehicle
  • GIS for Spatial Data Security
  • Handheld explosive detectors
  • Thermal Imaging

The following prototype are made ready by NCETIS

1. Explosive Detectors with both particle and vapour detection, based on Amplifying Florescent Polymer technology, (2 Prototype)

2. Remote Operable Vehicle (ROV for various Police and Paramilitary applications with new power train design, (2 Prototype)

The above Prototype are reaching towards manufacturable technologies, as per the present capability demonstration, in various forums.

Further details and current events of NCETIS are available at www.ncetis.iitb.ac.in

Contact person at IIT Bombay:

Prof Abhay Karandikar
Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay
Powai, Mumbai – 400 076
E-mail: ncetis@ee.iitb.ac.in

Contact persons at DeitY:

Dr. Debashis Dutta – R & D Group Coordinator & Scientist ‘G’
E-mail: dutta@meity.gov.in

Mr. M Sesha Giri Rao – Director/Scientist ‘F’
E-mail: msrao@meity.gov.in

 

 

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