Institute of Advanced Research & Studies

Nano technology is the creation of functional materials, devices, and systems through control of matter on the nano-meter (1 to 100+ nm) length scale and the exploitation of novel properties and phenomena developed at that scale. A scientific and technical revolution has begun that is based upon the ability to systematically organize and manipulate matter on the nano-meter length scale. Catching up with the world progress, it is proposed to set up a Research and Development Laboratory for Nano Technology and related production facility.

Government will play the key role in assuring that the enormous benefits of nanotechnology will be realized quickly and India will share the global benefits. The goals of nanotechnology are too long term (greater than ten years) for industry to take an immediate leadership role, although the high level of industry interest and concern for the field is almost unprecedented. Because of its interdisciplinary nature, the development of nanotechnology requires creating teams of physicists, chemists, biologists, and engineers to tackle the problems and the funding agencies will need to be organized to foster this teamwork. The enabling infrastructure and technologies must be in place for industry to take advantage of nanotechnology innovations and discoveries. Industry is frequently reluctant to invest in risky research that takes many years to develop into a product. The increasing pace of technological commercialisation requires a compression of past time scales and parallel development of research and commercial products and a synergy among industry, university, and government partners. New infrastructure at the universities and national labs is required for the field to grow. A worldwide competition is underway, and the Indian response is fragmented in comparison to the approach of US, European and Japan. For all of these reasons, this is a moment of opportunity to create an inter-agency initiative in nanotechnology to catalyse academe, industry, health, business, and national security efforts.

The total societal impact of nanotechnology is expected to be greater than the combined influences that the silicon integrated circuit, medical imaging, computer-aided engineering, and man-made polymers have had in this century. Significant improvements in performance and changes of manufacturing paradigms will lead to several industrial revolutions in the 21st century. Nanotechnology will change the nature of almost every human-made object. The major questions now are how soon will these revolutions arrive, who will benefit the most, and who will be in position to control or counter their negative aspects? How can we embrace and facilitate the new industrial revolution to maximize the benefit to Indians? We believe that a national initiative is required to advance this goal because the needs for and from nanotechnology transcend anything that can be supplied by traditional academic disciplines, national laboratories, or even entire industries.

Dr. Arun Kumar and Dr. Ajith Kumar pioneers in the filed of Nano Technology, who have proven their technological advancement and has created a foundation for building up a national institute are the key promoters. Mr. Arvind Sharma is also Promoter & key person.

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