C-MET welcomes you to glance through/ have a glimpse of our institute. Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET), has been established in 1991 under the aegis of the then Department of Electronics (DoE), Government of India. C-MET, a Scientific Society under the administrative control of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India has been set up with a clear vision/mission to focus on development of electronic materials for various sectors of the economy. Through its three centres located at Pune, Hyderabad and Thrissur, C-MET concentrates in the areas of Integrated electronic Packaging, Nano materials, thick films and nano-composites, ultra High Pure Materials and Compound Semi-conductors, Materials for renewable energy, E-Waste management, Analytical services under NABL accredited Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) facility, Sensors and actuators, flexible microwave subtrates, aerogel and graphene based super capacitors. Plans are in advanced stage to start activities on tera hertz materials for strategic and commercial applications. We have capabilities to develop high accurate NTC thermistors of assorted sizes for various electronic applications and develop societal applications for early breast cancer detection, ultra high purity and functional materials to address. the present strategic and future energy needs of the country, innovative designs for critical process equipment for in-house, specific processes up to
for pilot scale, solutions and technologies for certain waste disposal, green and sustainable engineering for waste recycling & training of qualified and skilled manpower in niche areas of R&D to cater to the needs of Indian Industry. We have created Centre of excellence in certain areas of R&D which are unique in the country. Infrastructure specific to the process technology needs have been created. Our research programmes fall s into applied research and development leading to new technologies and are mostly interdisciplinary in nature combining Science and Engineering. The Scientific fraternity will be able to browse our new website, which is also linked to the website of our parent administrative ministry. We are confident and expect that many young researchers will join our institute and opt for their stimulating career in nationally important indigenous programmes in the area of critical and new electronic materials.
With Best Wishes
Dr. B.B. KALE
Director General (Additional Charge)