5th IEEE ED Mini-Colloquium on ‘Emerging Electron Devices’

IEEE-ED NIST Student Chapter organized the 5th IEEE ED Mini-Colloquium on Emerging Electron Devices on 19th December 2015 at National Institute of Science and Technology, Berhampur for the faculty members and researchers to explore the recent technology and concepts on emerging devices. More than 100 delegates from different colleges and universities of the state participated in the programme.

The program was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by all the luminaries in the presence of Prof. Sangram Mudali, Director, NIST. The first technical session was on ‘Bipolar Transistors’ by Prof. M Jagdish Kumar from IIT-Delhi. He started with tow PN Junction BJT and showed his efforts by reaching junction-less Transistor. Prof. M K Radhakrishnan, NanoRel, Bangalore discussed on ‘Engineering Evolution in Electronics’ to show the roadmap of growth in technology over the last 50 years. He focused on the technology nodes and the complexity with scaling down the technology. The second technical session was by Prof. G N Dash, from Sambalpur University. He talked on ‘Modeling Issues with Graphene FET’ to show the new horizon to the young minds. The programme ended with the talk by Prof. Subir Kumar Sarkar, Jadavpur University on ‘Power Efficient CMOS Circuit’.