About the Programme
This course of two years, M.Sc. in ‘New Materials’ provides recent advances of materials from atomic (nano materials) to macro (composites) scale.Nanotechnology deals with matters at atomic, molecular and supramolecular level. Composite materials are multi-phase materials obtained by artificial combination of different materials, so as to attain properties that the individual components by themselves cannot attain. The students will have a broad vision of composite, nano technology and emerging materials as well as their industrial applications not only through theoretical understanding but also by hands on training and industrial exposure.Students will learn about the various mainstream manufacturing methods; develop a strong understanding of the role of constituents in overall response of the material, and finally apply these concepts to design and analyze a new material to meet desired properties. The course will develop the skills of students needed for the design, manufacture and analysis of the materials. This course on “New Materials” will also provide a platform for design, simulation and optimization of materials by state-of-art software such as, BIOVIA, CATIA, SIMULIA etc.The main objective of this course is to provide students a unique and multidisciplinary learning experience that will foster the young minds to become industry-ready and develop as researcher, entrepreneur etc.