Anna University K B Chandrashekar Research Centre

Anna University K B Chandrashekar Research Centre

Anna University K B Chandrashekar Research Centre

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The Anna University-K. B. Chandrashekar Research Centre (AU-KBC) is a multi disciplinary training centre located in the Madras Institute of Technology (MIT). The centre was founded by volunteer K. B. Chandrashekar, MIT alumnus and co-founder of Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai. The AU-KBC Research Centre is a first of its kind, a public-private research centre in India, being the partnership between a wholly for-profit company (KBC Research Foundation Private Limited, KBCRF) and a state institution (Anna University). The Center has no employees, and all researchers stationed there are employees of the for-profit company KBCRF. The Centre's original goal, when it had its own employees, was to generate research and products of international quality. Its current goal is to create revenue for KBCRF and its sister for-profit concerns.

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The vision of the centre is to become a research institution of international repute. In pursuit of its mission, the AU-KBC Research Centre initiates research in new and emerging thrust areas such as nanosciences and expands research in established areas such as communication and biology with a strong modelling and experimental component. There is a strong interdisciplinary core of mathematics, physics and computing sciences that impact on all the teaching and research work at the Centre. The Centre does academic research with a...
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