TCS, IIT-Bombay To Develop India's 1st Quantum Diamond Microchip Imager

Tata Consultancy Services TCS) and the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay have announced their collaboration to develop India’s first Quantum Diamond Microchip Imager, a state-of-the-art sensing tool for semiconductor chip imaging.

What Happened: The partnership, announced by TCS on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, is aimed at reducing chip failures and boosting the efficiency of electronic devices. The Quantum Diamond Microchip Imager is expected to bring a new level of precision to the examination of semiconductor chips.

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Over the next two years, TCS experts and Dr. Kasturi Saha, Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at IIT-Bombay, will work together to develop this quantum imaging platform. This initiative aligns with the Government of India’s National Quantum Mission, which aims to position India as a global leader in quantum technology.

The Quantum Diamond Microchip Imager will merge quantum diamond microscopy with AI/ML-powered software imaging, which is expected to help India leap ahead in the Quantum Revolution. This tool will have wide applications in microelectronics, biological, and geological imaging, and fine-scale imaging of magnetic fields, among others.

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