Nano biotechnology/Nano technologist
This field includes various different industries which includes medicine, electronics and food science. It is the study of microbiology and nano materials which is the field of science at the microscopic level.
- Space research
- National Physical Laboratory
- Indian Institute of Astrophysics etc.
- Candidates with Ph.D. can also join as faculty members in Universities and colleges or research fields.
- Class 10th Pass - Class 10+2 in Science stream with excellent marks
- Attention to detail - Practical skills in science - Problem-solving skills - Excellent written and spoken communication skills
Courses to be pursued
- B.Tech degree in Material science
- Electronics and Computer Science or B.Sc in Physics
- Mathematics and Life Sciences
- M.Sc in Nanotechnology
- M.Sc in Nanoscience and Technology
- M.Tech in Nanotechnology
- M.Tech in Material Science and Nanotechnology
- M.Tech in Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials
- Doctor of Philosophy in Nanotechnology
- Doctor of Philosophy in Nanoscience and Technology
- B.Tech + M.tech in Nanotechnology (Dual degree) – 5 years duration.
Department of Physics, IISc, Bangalore
Address: CV Raman Rd, Devasandra Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560012
Phone: 080 2293 2004
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Address: Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi 110016
Phone: 011 2659 7135
- Usually work Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
- You may need to work occasional evenings and weekends to meet deadlines.
- You’ll work in a laboratory, where you’ll use specialist scientific equipment, like microscopes.
- Wear protective clothing like a lab coat and safety glasses.
- You may work on projects with scientists in other countries, so may need to travel overseas.
Address: PLOT 31L, 2nd Cross, Industrial Area Rd, Machenahalli, Karnataka 577222
Phone: 082967 34214
Advanced Nano Tech Lab
Address: B/1 - Unique Park, Near DG Nagar, Navghar , Palghar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 401202
Phone: 076662 03505
Christine L. Peterson
Christine L. Peterson is the president of Foresight Institute. He writes, gives lectures, briefs the press and organizes conferences on powerful emerging technologies. He Serves as an interface between technologists and the broader public and also include the business and policymakers. He also co-authored "Unbounding the Future: the Nanotechnology Revolution". He has also coined the revolutionary term "Open Source software".
He is the Professor at Michigan State University. And he is actively involved in research of fundamental properties of nano structured materials using advanced numerical techniques.