Oxford Instruments in association with the University of Hyderabad presents:

Bringing the Nanoworld Together 2017 - The 6th annual seminar for the nanotechnology industry in India.

Date: 5-6 December
Zakir Hussain Lecture Hall, UPE Building, University of Hyderabad

Industry experts from around the globe present the latest in nanotechnology tools and discuss cutting edge technology and its applications in various fields.

From mud cracks to Optoelectronic devices-Our efforts in translating Invention to Technology Key Note Speaker: Professor G. U. Kulkarni, Director, Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences, Bengaluru

Illuminated Nanocrystals: From Backlights LED Panel to Solid State Lighting Dr Narayan Pradhan - Winner of Young Nanoscientist India Award 2017 presented by The Nanotechnology Forum for Indian Scientists
Choose your seminar:

Workshop 1 | Fabrication: Nanoscale Plasma Processing

Discusses developments and future trends in Plasma Processing and explores the latest in nanotechnology including 2D materials and atomic layer deposition (ALD) as well as plasma etching and deposition technologies for a wide range of applications.

Fabrication Talks

  • Etch Technology
    Mr Ian Wright, Oxford Instruments, Singapore
  • Deposition Technology | Dr Ravi Sundaram, Oxford Instruments, UK
  • Nanomaterials for Biological Research | Professor Anand Kondapi, University of Hyderabad
  • Indigenous Nanomaterials-based Technologies | Dr. Tata Narsinga Rao, Associate Director, ARCI Hyderabad

  • 2D Materials | Dr Ravi Sundaram, Oxford Instruments, UK
  • Novel Nano/Micro-technology based Electrode Architectures for Facial Reanimation | Dr Siva Vanjari, IIT Hyderabad
  • Micro Fabrication Process Capabilities at SCL | Professor Manish Hooda, Dept. of Space, Govt. of India
  • Lithographic & Non-lithographic Techniques for the Fabrication of Nanostructures | Professor Ghanshyam Krishna, University of Hyderabad
  • SiC on GaN Processing | Dr Stephanie Baclet, Oxford Instruments, UK
  • III-V Etching
    Mr Ian Wright, Oxford Instruments, Singapore
  • Atomic Layer Etching | Dr Stephanie Baclet, Oxford Instruments, UK


Workshop 2 | Characterisation: NanoScience Cryofree Research Tools

Focuses on new materials and device research – particularly in the fields of Quantum Information Processing (QIP) and Quantum Computing (QC) that has been enabled by the advances in Cryofree technology for dilution refrigerators and superconducting magnets.

Characterisation Talks

  • Introduction to Cryofree Research Tools | Dr John Burgoyne, Oxford Instruments, UK
  • Cryofree Dilution Refrigerator for Quantum Technology Research | Mr Simon Mitchinson, Oxford Instruments, UK
  • Putting EDS at the Centre Stage of SEM-based Characterisation | Miss Julia Netrval, Oxford Instruments, UK
  • Observation of Transient Superconductivity in Oxide Heterostructures | Dr Aveek Bid, IISC Bangalore
  • Optical Imaging & Spectroscopy at the Nanoscale | Dr Ravi Sundaram, Oxford Instruments, UK
  • Superconductivity in 1D Nanowires | Dr Aloysius, NPL India
  • Superconductivity in a low electron density system: The quest for a tunable  superconducting semiconductor | Dr Kantimay Das Gupta, IIT Bombay
  • Talk by Dr Goutam Sheet, IISER Mohali
  • A Revolution in EBSD – Significant Performance Improvements using the New Symmetry EBSD Detector | Miss Julia Netrval, Oxford Instruments, UK


Book early!
Seats are limited and tickets are issued on a first come first serve basis

Oxford Instruments reserves the right to cancel tickets for any participant should it be necessary.

Previous Workshops

University of Hyderabad Conveners

Prof. SVN Nageswara Rao svnsp@uohyd.ac.in

Dr. A. Rajanikanth

Dr. Pratap Kollu