Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET)

The Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET) functions as an autonomous scientific society under the Ministry of Information Technology (MIT), Govt. of India. Besides augmenting core competence, C-MET envisions attainment of self-sufficiency in the sphere of Electronic materials, components and devices to cater to India’s strategic- and industrial- applications, exploiting indigenous resources of raw materials.

With its administrative headquarters at Pune, C-MET distributes its research activities between its three laboratories at Pune, Hyderabad and Thrissur with the above-mentioned specific research areas earmarked for each of these three laboratories. The administration and management of the Society are vested with a Governing Council, a Steering Committee and an Executive Committee.

C-MET, Pune is engaged in development of Thick Film Materials for hybrids and Surface mounted devices, speciality polymers likephotoresists, polymides and conducting polymers, nano optical glass ceramics and basic chemicals.

C-MET, Hyderabad plans to take-up development activities for process technologies for high purity metals like Indium, Gold, Tantalum, Arsenic, Gallium, Bismuth, Tellurium, Selenium, Cadmium etc.

C-MET, Thrissur is working on preparation of fine powders of electronic ceramics like titanates, Zirconates, Alumina and Ferrites and their procesing to make substrates, MLC’s, chip inductors etc. using high tech ceramic processing.

Technologies available for licensing & transfer
  1. Solder Paste for Surface Mount Technology     
  2. Structural grade tantalum metal powder
  3. Tantalum Pentoxide
  4. Tantalum-Niobium Carbide
  5. 6N pure Cadmium                                                                                                             


Contact Details
Contact Person Dinesh P. Amalnerkar
Designation director
Address Panchawati, Off Pashan Road, Pune : 411 008.
Phone +91(020) 25898724, 25898141, 25898390
Email amalnerkar@cmet.gov.in

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