Objects having one of the dimensions at micro-nano scale are interesting to be seen under the microscope and so its applications are.
Nature follows bottom to top approach. Cells form tissues, tissues form organs and so on. Micro-Nano systems development follows the nature's path: Micro to Macro
The size advantage
Reducing the radius of a sphere by a factor of two reduces its volume by a factor of eight and surface area by a factor of four. The surface area to volume ratio thus increases on miniaturization which has immense applications.
My research area
Micromanufacturing, microfabrication, instrumentation and process controls for micro-nano systems, nano-electronics, nanoparticle synthesis
Senior Scientist Material Processing and Microsystems Laboratory Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Govt. of India Durgapur, West Bengal, INDIA-713209
Dr. Soumen Mandal is a Senior Scientist at The Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Durgapur, West Bengal, India. He is an Assistant Professor (Honorary) at the Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research, New Delhi, India. He is a Visiting Researcher at Hiroshima University Japan under Sakura Science Program funded by Japan Science and Technology Agency. He is a fellow of Consultancy Development Center, Govt. of India. He is a member of various scientific bodies including IEEE, Indian Science Congress Association, Institution of Engineers India and International Institute of Engineers. He is the member of the Governing council of "Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Society, India". He is a recipient of IEI-Young Engineers Award from Institution of Engineers India in Mechanical Engineering Discipline in 2019. He is the recipient of "Young Scientist Award" from Venus International foundation in year 2015. His biography was selected for inclusion in "Marquis who's who" biographical book of records in year 2015. His research areas include micro-nano systems engineering, controller development for micro machines and flexible electronics. He has pioneered development of indigenous micro fabrication machines named "Multi Fab" and "Nano Lase" in India and both the technologies are commercialized. He is also involved in skill development program under Govt of India, Skill Initiative and has conducted 15 training programs on Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing and Micromachining. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.