Internationalised Master Degree Education in Nanoelectronics in
Asian Universities

The NanoEl project aims at transferring knowledge between EU higher education institutions and institutions in China, Malaysia, India and Israel, and between the partner countries’ (PCs) institutions to adapt, innovate and modernise existing curricula in Nanoelectronics in the four PCs; to develop new certified courses, to test innovated curricula and to disseminate the results.

Reaching beyond the Realms for the Learners across Continents

The NanoEI project has so far enabled creation of 27 courses that facilitated transfer of knowledge in nanoelectronics and allied subjects between EU’s higher education institutions that have been part of the project with the partner institutes in China, Malaysia, India and Israel. The curricula of the institutes in the Partner Countries were not only developed but also modernized with extensive deliberations by the project partners (now) online as well as offline in the pre-COVID period. With the COVID pandemic surging and impacting teaching and learning across continents, our group has taken a leap in terms of disseminating the knowledge by engaging classes live with the learners across countries. Right from meeting time zones from Asia to Europe to cutting across cultures we have mapped it all. Our live sessions will enable the learners across the world not only to interact but also equip themselves with the fundamental principles and latest breakthroughs in fields of engineering, optics, bio nanoelectronics and other niche areas that span the expertise domain of the faculty in our project. Our group is an appropriate blend of engaging speakers, skilful mentors and guides who believe in the adage “Teach what you know; learn what you do not know”.


NanoEl-Asia project has been selected by EACEA to present its achieved results in the CBHE Virtual Fair that will take place in October 26-27, 2021


NanoEl Courses

A World of Knowledge on Micro-Nano at your Fingertips

You can see the live lectures here