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Alphabet Inc. is the holding company that owns Google, along with a portfolio of other companies and assets. Among these many entities – including Calico, Sidewalk Labs, Chronicle, Dandelion, DeepMind, Google Fiber, Waymo and numerous others – Google is certainly first and foremost. By itself, even Google is no simple beast, though. It acts as the umbrella company for all of Alphabet’s business with an internet focus or connection, including the Android mobile OS, YouTube and Google Search, among many other elements.

Given Google’s enormous market recognition and mindshare, it may come as something of a surprise to learn that it is not the market leader in cloud services and delivery. In fact, Google didn’t make Forbes’ 2017 list of The Top 5 Cloud Computing Vendors. That said, the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a member of the top five such platforms, along with Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services, which routinely swap between first and second place. Oracle and IBM also place in the top five as well, often ahead of the Google Cloud Platform, depending on the metrics used to rank them.

Given all this, Google has powerful incentives to create and get behind a potent and well-regarded certification program for the Google Cloud Platform. Its efforts over the past two or three years are starting to pay some dividends, as an upcoming chart of job board search results will illustrate. But first, let’s take a look at the Google Cloud Platform certification portfolio as it currently stands.

The Google Cloud Platform certification portfolio

The Google certification program has experienced significant growth since our last update. At our last update, Google offered three certifications, one at the associate level and two at the professional level. Today, Google offers one associate-level credential, five professional level certifications, plus a certification aimed at G Suite productivity and collaboration tools. Current certifications include:

  • Associate Cloud Engineer
  • Professional Cloud Architect
  • Professional Data Engineer
  • Professional Cloud Developer
  • Professional Cloud Network Engineer
  • Professional Cloud Security Engineer
  • G Suite certification

To earn a Google certification, candidates must pass a single exam. All exams are reasonably priced with professional-level exams costing $200, $125 for associate-level exams, and $75 for the G Suite exam.

Associate- and professional- exams must be taken at a Kryterion testing center. At present, the G Suite exam is remote. While there are no mandatory prerequisites for any certification, training is highly recommended, and Google maintains links to various training resources on the respective exam web page.

Google is also affiliated with Coursera, and candidates will find formal training available through Coursera as well. At least six months of experience working with Google Cloud Platform is recommended for associate-level credentials, and a minimum of three years of industry experience for professional-level certifications with at least one year in designing and managing GCP solutions.

Google Cloud Platform: Associate Cloud Engineer

The Associate Cloud Engineer (ACE) deploys applications, monitors operations and manages enterprise solutions. He or she can use Google Cloud Console and the command line to complete common platform-based tasks. An ACE also maintains one or more deployed solutions that use either Google- or self-managed services in the Google Cloud environment.

To qualify candidates, the ACE exams seek to assess these specific abilities regarding Google Cloud solutions:

  • Set up a Google Cloud Platform environment
  • Plan and configure a Google Cloud Platform environment
  • Deploy and implement a Google Cloud Platform environment
  • Ensure successful operation of a Google Cloud Platform environment
  • Configure access and security controls for a Google Cloud Platform environment

Google recommends two training courses: Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure and Architecting with Google Cloud Platform: Infrastructure and are available in ILT and online formats. Both courses are also offered in affiliation with Coursera. Qwiklabs also offers Google Platform Essentials labs and a Cloud Architect Quest to support hands-on learning and experience.

It’s absolutely correct to treat the ACE as the entry-level credential for the Google Cloud Platform. It’s most likely to appeal to early-stage or mid-career IT professionals interested in cloud computing, who work with (or want a job with an organization that uses) the Google Cloud Platform. The ACE represents a great way for such people to learn and acquire the skills and knowledge needed to set up, deploy and manage a runtime environment that incorporates the Google Cloud Platform.

Google Cloud Platform: Professional Cloud Architect

The Professional Cloud Architect (PCA) enables organizations to make effective and efficient use of Google Cloud technologies. PCAs must develop a thorough understanding of cloud architecture in general, and the Google Cloud Platform in particular. Those who hold this credential can design, develop and manage dynamic Google Cloud Platform solutions to meet business objectives that are robust, secure, scalable and highly available.

To qualify for the PCA, the exams seek to assess these specific abilities regarding Google Cloud Platform solutions:

  • Design and plan a cloud solution architecture
  • Manage and provision a cloud solution architecture
  • Build cloud solutions that are secure and compliant
  • Perform technical and business analyses to optimize processes, procedures and policies
  • Manage cloud architecture implementations
  • Ensure that cloud solutions and operations are reliable and remain available

A slate of related curriculum elements for the PCA is available online through Coursera, or in the classroom, as candidates’ needs and budgets may dictate. The same labs and quests offered for the ACE also apply to the PCA as well.

The PCA represents a more senior credential that’s most likely to appeal to mid- to late-career professionals interested in filling a cloud architect role in an organization of some size. Thus, the ACE makes a pretty good precursor to the PDE (even though it’s not formally required as a pre-requisite).

Google Cloud Platform: Professional Data Engineer

The Professional Data Engineer (PDE) focuses more on analyzing and using data stored in the Google Cloud Platform, rather than in designing, deploying or maintaining such environments as with the ACE and the PCA. As such, a PDE supports and facilitates data-driven decision-making based on collecting, transforming and visualizing data. Such professionals design, build, maintain and troubleshoot data processing systems. The PDE curriculum and exam puts particular emphasis on ensuring that such data processing systems are secure, reliable and fault-tolerant, as well as scalable, accurate, and efficient.

To qualify for the PDE, the exams seek to assess these specific abilities regarding Google Cloud Platform solutions:

  • Build and maintain data structures and databases within the Google Cloud Platform
  • Design data processing systems based on the Google Cloud Platform
  • Analyze data to support machine learning within the Google Cloud Platform
  • Model business processes for analysis and optimization within the Google Cloud Platform
  • Design for reliability and robustness, security and compliance within the Google Cloud Platform
  • Visualize data and advocate policy within the Google Cloud Platform

A different slate of courses is offered for the PDE, covered on the Data and Machine Learning page at Google Training. Candidates may choose among courses for three tracks for this credential: a data analyst track, a data engineering track and a data scientist track. In addition to a data engineering quest for hands-on PDE training, Google also offers an advanced, four-week machine learning advanced solutions lab at the main Google campus in Mountain View, California. A set of five practice exams may be purchased from Udemy.com for $24.99.

IT professionals interested in big data, data analysis, and/or machine learning are most likely to be attracted to the PDE. It’s a great credential for those with strong data interests and proclivities anywhere in their IT careers, though a strong background and interest in mathematics and data modeling/analysis is strongly recommended.

Professional Cloud Developer

The Professional Cloud Developer (PCD) is ideal for candidates who use Google services, tools and recommended practices to design, build, test, and deploy highly available and scalable applications. Candidates should possess the skills necessary to successfully integrate GCP services and conduct application performance monitoring. While not covered on the exam, candidates need to be able to successfully use Stackdriver to debug, trace code, and produce metrics. Proficiency in at least one general programming language is also recommended.

The exam is focused on validating a candidate’s ability and skill to use GCP services and practices in five key areas:

  • Designing cloud-native applications
  • Building and testing applications
  • Deploying applications
  • Integrating Google Cloud Platform Services
  • Managing application performance testing

On the certification web page, candidates will find links to an exam outline and trial case studies to help prepare for the exam. Recommended training includes the Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure course and the Developing Applications with Google’s Cloud Platform. Quests on application development for Java or Python and core technologies, such as Stackdriver, Google Cloud Solutions: Scaling Your Infrastructure, and Kubernetes solutions, are also recommended.

Professional Cloud Network Engineer

A Google Professional Cloud Network Engineer (CNE) manages and implements network architectures using GCP. In addition to GCP, successful candidates should be skilled in working with technologies such as hybrid connectivity, network architecture security, VPCs, network services, and the GCP Console command line interface.

The exam is comprehensive and covers related topics:

  • Designing, planning and prototyping a GCP network
  • Implementing a GCP Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
  • Configuring network services
  • Implementing hybrid connectivity
  • Implementing network security
  • Managing and monitoring network operations
  • Optimizing network resources

Recommended training includes the Core Infrastructure course and Networking in Google Cloud Platform. If you’re looking for hands-on practice, Qwiklabs offers labs for networking in the Google cloud and network performance and optimization.

Professional Cloud Security Engineer

Another newcomer to the Google certification portfolio is the Professional Cloud Security Engineer (CSE). An expert-level credential, CSEs are well-versed in industry security requirements, regulations, best practices, and security-related courses and technologies, such as identity and access management, data protection using GCP, configuring security at the network level, analyzing logs, managing incidents, and recommending organization-wide security policies. CSEs also possess the skills necessary to design, implement and manage secure infrastructures on GCP.

The exam validates a candidate’s ability to:

  • Configure access within a cloud solution environment
  • Configure network security
  • Ensure data protection
  • Manage operations within a cloud solution environment
  • Ensure regulatory compliance

As with other certifications, Google provides a free exam outline and overviews plus in-depth discussions. In addition to the Core Infrastructure course, Google recommends taking the Security in Google Cloud Platform training and the Security and Identity Fundamentals Qwiklabs.

G Suite Credential

The G Suite cert aims at end users of Google’s productivity suite. As such, it’s likely to have only limited appeal for IT professionals, most of whom learn a productivity suite (MS Office, most typically) before they graduate from high school. The exam targets a candidate’s ability to communicate, work with, and manage tasks using the G Suite productivity and collaboration tools, including Drive (cloud-based storage), Gmail (cloud-based email and messaging), Hangouts Meet (online meetings), Docs (cloud-based document creation and editing), Sheets (cloud-based spreadsheets), Forms, and Slides (cloud-based presentation software).

The certification web page contains links to a number of training options including Qwiklabs, self-paced G Suite lessons, applied digital skills, and the G Suite Learning Center.

Google Cloud Platform Certifications

For those who work around or with the Google Cloud Platform, the current certifications seem like a very safe bet for career and personal development. Given high demand, relatively low cost and a single exam for these certifications, the risk-reward ratio looks quite favorable. Be sure to check them out, if you work (or would like to work) in an organization that uses this cloud platform.

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Killexams : The Story of John Stanley Ford, America's First Black Software Engineer

In 1947, the same year that Jackie Robinson was breaking the color barrier in baseball, another man was doing the same in engineering. That same year, Thomas J. Watson, then the CEO and chairman of IBM, met a young African-American accounting student and former US Army lieutenant named John Stanley Ford at a dinner party. Watson would later hire Ford, making him the first black software engineer, not just at IBM, but in America.

John Stanley Ford's story is chronicled in a new memoir, Think Black, written by his son, Clyde W. Ford, and published by Amistad Press and HarperCollins.

“At this 'very critical time,' my father believed that not only would he be judged at IBM, but all Blacks to come in the high-technology industry would be judged by how he behaved,” Clyde Ford writes. Clyde Ford himself would grow up to follow his father's footsteps work as a software engineer at IBM from 1971 to 1977. In his book he writes of the discoveries made as he delved into his father's legacy.

“When I went to work for IBM, I risked following the thread of my father’s path into the very corporate behemoth that nearly swallowed him whole. And where I had thought to find a contented man reaping the benefits of good fortune to build a comfortable life, I found a troubled soul battling both inner and outer demons arrayed against him; where I had thought to find a man quietly accepting of his place, I found a man covertly working to bring about change; where I had thought to find a company awakened to social justice, I found a business blinded by corporate greed; and where I had thought to come only to a deeper understanding of my father, I came also to a deeper understanding of myself.”

In an op-ed for the L.A. Times , Ford discusses IBM's problematic racial history. He is particularly critical of Watson, the namesake of IBM's Watson supercomputer, who served as chairman and CEO of IBM from 1914 to 1956. In the 1930s Watson oversaw a program which saw IBM lending its punch card technology to the Nazi regime. The controversy surrounding that decision plagues the company to this day and has led to accusations of IBM having contributed to the Holocaust.

According to Ford, his father's hiring was not about diversity or inclusion but was instead a PR move meant to detract criticisms of the company's involvement with the Nazis as well as other questionable dealings, such as supplying technology to assist with classifying citizens during Apartheid in South Africa.

Ford writes that the climate at IBM was anything but friendly for his father. Over the course of his 37-year career John Stanley Ford faced wage discrimination, was passed up for promotions, and dealt with colleagues who attempted to sabotage his career. In his book Clyde Ford writes that the discrimination his father faced at work led John Stanley Ford to adopt eugenics-like beliefs – convincing himself that his race and skin color made him an inferior employee.

But Ford doesn't want his father's story to be one of segregation and oppression. Despite his poor treatment at the company, John Stanley Ford persevered and was instrumental in helping other African-Americans get hired at IBM. He helped women from his church, for example, who had learned technical skills during World War II, find employment at IBM. In a more controversial move, Ford says his father was also able to obtain copies of IBM's entrance examination and coached black applicants through it.

John Stanley Ford himself would become one of the many figures to help usher in the digital age of technology. He spent part of his career working on the IBM 407, a tabulating machine that would later serve as the foundation for more advanced computing systems such as the IBM 650, the company's first commercial business computer.

Think Black arrives at a time when diversity in tech is a more hot button issue than ever. Many major tech companies have come under scrutiny for a lack of racial and gender identity in their workforce. Recently, Google has been placed in the hot seat after leaked documents revealed a pattern of retaliation against employees who reported issues such as racism and sexual harassment within the company.

A study released earlier this year from New York University showed that Black and Hispanic workers are substantially underrepresented in tech, and woman and minorities are also underrepresented in the artificial intelligence sector in particular. This last bit becomes concerning as more and more companies adopt and develop AI technologies and reports continue to emerge showing evidence of racial and gender bias in AI algorithms.

In writing this book Ford seems to not only illuminate his father's story, but also offer a cautionary tale to the pitfalls we may soon face if technology does not embrace diversity in its engineering workforce. “My father believed that technology offered the possibility of a more democratic, egalitarian future. But he also often admonished me to learn to control technology before it learned to control me,” Ford wrote for the L.A. Times. “We are at a tipping point where my father’s words must be taken seriously if technology is to be used for a society that we choose to live in rather than one that high-tech corporations find most profitable to create.”

Chris Wiltz is a Senior Editor at  Design News covering emerging technologies including AI, VR/AR, blockchain, and robotics.

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Killexams : 30-Plus Certifications to Advance Your Networking Career

Aruba Networks certifications

Aruba Certified Switching Professional (ACSP)

Aruba Certified Mobility Associate (ACMA)

Aruba Certified Mobility Professional (ACMP)

Established program with various learning tracks and a range of certifications.

Certifications identify technical knowledge and skills, design, deployment, and management in complex settings. 

BICSI certifications

BICSI Technician (TECH)

Focused on supporting information technology systems, BICSI is a professional association with more than 26,000 members in approximately 100 countries.

The TECH credential is a midlevel certification targeting those with 1-3 years of documented industry experience.

The credential identifies professionals who understand and can apply installation-specific information, lead installation teams, perform testing and troubleshooting on copper and optical fiber installations, evaluate applications of cabling installation, make recommendations regarding codes and standards, and perform retrofits and upgrades for existing infrastructures.

Cisco certifications

Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing and Switching (CCNA)

Cisco Certified Network Professional Enterprise Certification and Training (CCNP Enterprise)

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Certification and Training

CCIE Enterprise Wireless Certification and Training

Cisco has a well-known and highly developed certification portfolio.

Certifications in this category are aimed at candidates interested in building careers in wired and wireless networking techniques and technologies, network design, or routing and switching technologies.

Certification paths range from entry level to expert.

Certifications are targeted to network specialists, administrators, support engineers and design engineers. 

CIW (Certified Internet Web Professional) 

CIW Network Technology Associate

Entry-level certification developed by CIW (formerly called Certification Partners).

The target audience includes technical sales, support engineers, network administrators, product managers and engineers.

Content focuses on mastering the basics of networking and exploring key concepts, skills and core terms to prepare candidates for job readiness in networking, internet protocols, network security, and more.

CompTIA certifications

CompTIA Network+

This is one of the most popular general networking certifications in the world.

It targets candidates seeking careers as network administrators, technicians or installers, help desk technicians, and IT cable installers.

Recognized or required by the Department of Defense, Dell, HP, Ricoh, Sharp and Xerox. Also required for Apple Consultants Network membership.

Certified Wireless Network Professional (CWNP)

Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA)

Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP)

Certified Wireless Analysis Professional (CWAP)

Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE)

Established certification program offering a full complement of certifications ranging from entry-level to professional career certifications.

Certifications focus on enterprise Wi-Fi skills.

CWNP also offers Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP) and Certified Wireless Network Trainer (CWNT) credentials.

Electronics Technicians Association (ETA) International certifications

Computer Service Technician (CST)

Information Technology Security (ITS)

Network Computer Technician (NCT)

Network Systems Technician (NST)

Wireless Network Technician (WNT)

ETA offers more than 90 certifications targeting electronics professionals.

ETA is accredited by the International Certification Accreditation Council and has issued more than 180,000 certifications.

Extreme Networks certifications

Extreme Networks Certified Specialist (ECS)

Extreme Networks Sales Specialist (ESS)

​​Extreme Networks Design Specialist (EDS)

These technical certifications focus on practical, hands-on training to support and optimize an organization’s networks.

Multiple concentrations are available.

Hurricane Electric Internet Services certifications

Hurricane Electric IPv6 Certification

This free online certification project validates skills in basic IPv6 concepts.

Certification exam includes IP address format, reverse DNS, localhost address, default routing, documentation prefix, link-local prefix, multicast prefix, traceroute, and IPv6 server configuration.

IPv6 Forum certifications

IPv6 Forum Silver or Gold Certified Engineer

The IPv6 Education Certification Logo Program promotes IPv6 education and helps candidates build skills to foster swifter adoption of IPv6.

Courses focus on practical application and consist of both instructor-led and hands-on lab instruction.

Juniper Networks certifications

Juniper Networks Certified Specialist Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIS-ENT)

Juniper Networks Certified Professional Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIP-ENT)

Juniper Networks Certified Expert Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIE-ENT)

JNCIS-ENT, JNCIP-ENT and JNCIE-ENT are vendor-specific credentials that address installation and support of LAN/WAN routers and switches in Juniper Networks’ technology-based networks.

Credential holders possess skills necessary to support large enterprise environments.

Nokia certifications

Nokia Network Routing Specialist II (NRS II)

This certification is for intermediate network professionals experienced with IP and Ethernet technologies.

NRS II certification recognizes advanced networking and service offerings that build on core aspects of Nokia service routing. The certification covers internet routing protocols, IP/MPLS networks, and implementing Nokia Layer 2 and Layer 3 services.

Note that Alcatel-Lucent operates as part of the Nokia Group. This certification was known as the Alcatel-Lucent Network Routing Specialist II (NRS II), and some study guides still refer to it as such.

Oracle certifications

Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Solaris 11 Network Administrator 

Oracle has a well-established vendor-specific certification program. This certification validates the technical skills of system administrators who work with LANs and the Oracle Solaris operating system (Oracle Solaris OS).

The credential was formerly Sun Certified Network Administrator (SCNA).

Palo Alto certifications

Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE)

PCNSE credential holders possess knowledge and technical skills necessary to install, configure and implement Palo Alto Networks technologies at the advanced engineering level.

The credential is targeted to partners, system engineers, system integrators, support engineers, pre-sales system engineers, support staff or anyone using Palo Alto Network technologies.

Riverbed Professional Services (RPS) certifications

Riverbed Certified Performance Engineering (RCPE)

The Riverbed Certified Performance Engineering (RCPE) program has several tracks, including WAN optimization, network and infrastructure visibility, network configuration, and more. Courses span foundational, associate and professional levels. 

RPS changed its education program from product-focused how-tos to a learning environment that teaches how to consider business needs, obstacles and solutions.

SolarWinds certifications

SolarWinds Certified Professional (SCP)

Credential validates skills in networking management fundamentals, network management planning, network management operations, network fault and performance troubleshooting, and Orion NPM administration.

The SCP is an accredited certification.

Wireshark certifications

WCNA Certification

Vendor-specific credential for professionals who use Wireshark to analyze network traffic and then use that information to troubleshoot, optimize and secure networks.

Wireshark is considered the de facto open-source product for network protocol analysis, with more than 400,000 downloads per month.

The WCNA exam was certified by the U.S. Army in 2009 and covers Wireshark functionality, TCP/IP network communications, and network troubleshooting and security.

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Killexams : 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market: Ready To Fly on high Growth Trends

This report studies the 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market with many aspects of the industry like the market size, market status, market trends and forecast, the report also provides brief information of the competitors and the specific growth opportunities with key market drivers. Find the complete 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market analysis segmented by companies, region, type and applications in the report.

New vendors in the market are facing tough competition from established international vendors as they struggle with technological innovations, reliability and quality issues. The report will answer questions about the current market developments and the scope of competition, opportunity cost and more.

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2 Manufacturers Profiles

3 Global 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market Sales, Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer

4 Global 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market Analysis by Regions

5 North America 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market by Country

6 Europe 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market by Country

7 Asia-Pacific 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market by Country

8 South America 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market by Country

9 Middle East and Africa 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market  by Countries

10 Global 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market Segment by Type

11 Global 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market Segment by Application

12 2.0 Intelligent Electric Vehicles Market Forecast (2022-2028)

13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers

14 Research Findings and Conclusion

15 Appendix

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Killexams : Silicon Germanium Technology Market Is Expected to Boom |MACOM, IBM, AMD, Infineon, and Nexperia

This report studies the Silicon Germanium Technology Market with many aspects of the industry like the market size, market status, market trends and forecast, the report also provides brief information of the competitors and the specific growth opportunities with key market drivers. Find the complete Silicon Germanium Technology Market analysis segmented by companies, region, type and applications in the report.

New vendors in the market are facing tough competition from established international vendors as they struggle with technological innovations, reliability and quality issues. The report will answer questions about the current market developments and the scope of competition, opportunity cost and more.

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One of the crucial parts of this report comprises Global Silicon Germanium Technology Market industry key vendor’s discussion about the brand’s summary, profiles, market revenue, and financial analysis. The report will help market players build future business strategies and discover worldwide competition. A detailed segmentation analysis of the market is done on producers, regions, type and applications in the report.

On the basis of geographically, the market report covers data points for multiple geographies such as United States, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, and Central& South America

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Other important factors studied in this report include demand and supply dynamics, industry processes, import & export scenario, R&D development activities, and cost structures. Besides, consumption demand and supply figures, cost of production, gross profit margins, and selling price of products are also estimated in this report.

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Which application segment emerged as the leading segment in the Silicon Germanium Technology Market?

What key trends are likely to emerge in the Silicon Germanium Technology Market in the coming years?

What will be the Silicon Germanium Technology Market size by 2028?

Which company held the largest share in the Silicon Germanium Technology Market?

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Table of contents:

Silicon Germanium Technology Market Global Market Research Report 2022

1 Market Overview

2 Manufacturers Profiles

3 Global Silicon Germanium Technology Market Sales, Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer

4 Global Silicon Germanium Technology Market Analysis by Regions

5 North America Silicon Germanium Technology Market by Country

6 Europe Silicon Germanium Technology Market by Country

7 Asia-Pacific Silicon Germanium Technology Market by Country

8 South America Silicon Germanium Technology Market by Country

9 Middle East and Africa Silicon Germanium Technology Market  by Countries

10 Global Silicon Germanium Technology Market Segment by Type

11 Global Silicon Germanium Technology Market Segment by Application

12 Silicon Germanium Technology Market Forecast (2022-2028)

13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers

14 Research Findings and Conclusion

15 Appendix

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General Chemistry for Engineers

This rigorous course is primarily for, but not limited to, engineering students. courses include an introduction to some basic concepts in chemistry, stoichiometry, First Law of Thermodynamics, thermochemistry, electronic theory of composition and structure, and chemical bonding. The lecture is supported by workshop-style problem sessions. Offered in traditional and online format. Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-105

Freshman Practicum

EE Practicum provides an introduction to the practice of electrical engineering including understanding laboratory practice, identifying electronic components, operating electronic test and measurement instruments, prototyping electronic circuits, and generating and analyzing waveforms. Laboratory exercises introduce the student to new devices or technologies and an associated application or measurement technique. This hands-on lab course emphasizes experiential learning to introduce the student to electrical engineering design practices and tools used throughout the undergraduate electrical engineering program and their professional career. Laboratory exercises are conducted individually by students using their own breadboard and components in a test and measurement laboratory setting. Measurements and observations from the laboratory exercises are recorded and presented by the student to a lab instructor or teaching assistant. Documented results are uploaded for assessment. Lab 1 (Fall, Spring).

1 EEEE-120

Digital Systems I

This course introduces the student to the basic components and methodologies used in digital systems design. It is usually the student's first exposure to engineering design. The laboratory component consists of small design, implement, and debug projects. The complexity of these projects increases steadily throughout the term, starting with circuits of a few gates, until small systems containing several tens of gates and memory elements. courses include: Boolean algebra, synthesis and analysis of combinational logic circuits, arithmetic circuits, memory elements, synthesis and analysis of sequential logic circuits, finite state machines, and data transfers. (This course is restricted to MCEE-BS, EEEE-BS and ENGRX-UND students.) Lab 2 (Fall, Spring).

3 MATH-181

General Education – Mathematical Perspective A: Project-Based Calculus I

This is the first in a two-course sequence intended for students majoring in mathematics, science, or engineering. It emphasizes the understanding of concepts, and using them to solve physical problems. The course covers functions, limits, continuity, the derivative, rules of differentiation, applications of the derivative, Riemann sums, definite integrals, and indefinite integrals. (Prerequisite: A- or better in MATH-111 or A- or better in ((NMTH-260 or NMTH-272 or NMTH-275) and NMTH-220) or a math placement exam score greater than or equal to 70 or department permission to enroll in this class.) Lecture 6 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

4 MATH-182

General Education – Mathematical Perspective B: Project-Based Calculus II

This is the second in a two-course sequence intended for students majoring in mathematics, science, or engineering. It emphasizes the understanding of concepts, and using them to solve physical problems. The course covers techniques of integration including integration by parts, partial fractions, improper integrals, applications of integration, representing functions by infinite series, convergence and divergence of series, parametric curves, and polar coordinates. (Prerequisites: C- or better in (MATH-181 or MATH-173 or 1016-282) or (MATH-171 and MATH-180) or equivalent course(s).) Lecture 6 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

4 PHYS-211

General Education – Scientific Principles Perspective: University Physics I

This is a course in calculus-based physics for science and engineering majors. courses include kinematics, planar motion, Newton's Laws, gravitation, work and energy, momentum and impulse, conservation laws, systems of particles, rotational motion, static equilibrium, mechanical oscillations and waves, and data presentation/analysis. The course is taught in a workshop format that integrates the material traditionally found in separate lecture and laboratory courses. (Prerequisites: C- or better in MATH-181 or equivalent course. Co-requisites: MATH-182 or equivalent course.) Lec/Lab 6 (Fall, Spring).

4 YOPS-10

RIT 365: RIT Connections

RIT 365 students participate in experiential learning opportunities designed to launch them into their career at RIT, support them in making multiple and varied connections across the university, and immerse them in processes of competency development. Students will plan for and reflect on their first-year experiences, receive feedback, and develop a personal plan for future action in order to develop foundational self-awareness and recognize broad-based professional competencies. Lecture 1 (Fall, Spring).

0  

General Education – Elective

3  

General Education – First Year Writing (WI)

3  

General Education – Artistic Perspective

3  

General Education – Global Perspective

3  

General Education – Social Perspective

3 Second Year CMPR-271

Computational Problem Solving for Engineers

This course introduces computational problem solving. Basic problem-solving techniques and algorithm development through the process of top-down stepwise refinement and functional decomposition are introduced throughout the course. Classical numerical problems encountered in science and engineering are used to demonstrate the development of algorithms and their implementations. May not be taken for credit by Computer Science, Software Engineering, or Computer Engineering majors. This course is designed for Electrical Engineering and Micro-Electronic Engineering majors and students interested in the Electrical Engineering minor. (Prerequisites: (MATH-181 or MATH-181A or MATH-171) and (MCEE-BS or EEEE-BS or ENGRX-UND or EEEEDU-BS or ENGXDU-UND) or equivalent courses.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EGEN-099

Engineering Co-op Preparation

This course will prepare students, who are entering their second year of study, for both the job search and employment in the field of engineering. Students will learn strategies for conducting a successful job search, including the preparation of resumes and cover letters; behavioral interviewing techniques and effective use of social media in the application process. Professional and ethical responsibilities during the job search and for co-op and subsequent professional experiences will be discussed. (This course is restricted to students in Kate Gleason College of Engineering with at least 2nd year standing.) Lecture 1 (Fall, Spring).

0 EEEE-220

Digital Systems II

In the first part, the course covers the design of digital systems using a hardware description language. In the second part, it covers the design of large digital systems using the computer design methodology, and culminates with the design of a reduced instruction set central processing unit, associated memory and input/output peripherals. The course focuses on the design, capture, simulation, and verification of major hardware components such as: the datapath, the control unit, the central processing unit, the system memory, and the I/O modules. The lab sessions enforce and complement the concepts and design principles exposed in the lecture through the use of CAD tools and emulation in a commercial FPGA. This course assumes a background in C programming. (Prerequisites: (EEEE-120 or 0306-341) and CMPR-271 or equivalent courses.) Lab 2 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-260

Introduction to Semiconductor Devices

An introductory course on the fundamentals of semiconductor physics and principles of operation of basic devices. courses include semiconductor fundamentals (crystal structure, statistical physics of carrier concentration, motion in crystals, energy band models, drift and diffusion currents) as well as the operation of pn junction diodes, bipolar junction transistors (BJT), metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) capacitors and MOS field-effect transistors. (Prerequisites: PHYS-212 or PHYS-208 and 209 or equivalent course.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-281

Circuits I

Covers basics of DC circuit analysis starting with the definition of voltage, current, resistance, power and energy. Linearity and superposition, together with Kirchhoff's laws, are applied to analysis of circuits having series, parallel and other combinations of circuit elements. Thevenin, Norton and maximum power transfer theorems are proved and applied. Circuits with ideal op-amps are introduced. Inductance and capacitance are introduced and the transient response of RL, RC and RLC circuits to step inputs is established. Practical aspects of the properties of passive devices and batteries are discussed, as are the characteristics of battery-powered circuitry. The laboratory component incorporates use of both computer and manually controlled instrumentation including power supplies, signal generators and oscilloscopes to reinforce concepts discussed in class as well as circuit design and simulation software. (Prerequisite: MATH-173 or MATH-182 or MATH-182A or equivalent course.) Lab 3 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

3 EEEE-282

Circuits II

This course covers the fundamentals of AC circuit analysis starting with the study of sinusoidal steady-state solutions for circuits in the time domain. The complex plane is introduced along with the concepts of complex exponential functions, phasors, impedances and admittances. Nodal, loop and mesh methods of analysis as well as Thevenin and related theorems are applied to the complex plane. The concept of complex power is developed. The analysis of mutual induction as applied to coupled-coils. Linear, ideal and non-ideal transformers are introduced. Complex frequency analysis is introduced to enable discussion of transfer functions, frequency dependent behavior, Bode plots, resonance phenomenon and simple filter circuits. Two-port network theory is developed and applied to circuits and interconnections. (Prerequisites: C or better in EEEE-281 or equivalent course.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

3 EEEE-346

Advanced Programming

This course teaches students to master C++ programming in solving engineering problems and introduces students to basic concepts of object-oriented programming. Advanced skills of applying pointers will be emphasized throughout the course so as to Improve the portability and efficiency of the programs. Advanced skills of preprocessors, generic functions, linked list, and the use of Standard Template Library will be developed. (Prerequisites: CMPR-271 or equivalent course.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 MATH-221

Multivariable and Vector Calculus

This course is principally a study of the calculus of functions of two or more variables, but also includes a study of vectors, vector-valued functions and their derivatives. The course covers limits, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, Stokes' Theorem, Green's Theorem, the Divergence Theorem, and applications in physics. Credit cannot be granted for both this course and MATH-219. (Prerequisite: C- or better MATH-173 or MATH-182 or MATH-182A or equivalent course.) Lecture 4 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

4 MATH-231

General Education – Elective: Differential Equations

This course is an introduction to the study of ordinary differential equations and their applications. courses include solutions to first order equations and linear second order equations, method of undetermined coefficients, variation of parameters, linear independence and the Wronskian, vibrating systems, and Laplace transforms. (Prerequisite: MATH-173 or MATH-182 or MATH-182A or equivalent course.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

3 PHYS-212

General Education – Natural Science Inquiry Perspective: University Physics II

This course is a continuation of PHYS-211, University Physics I. courses include electrostatics, Gauss' law, electric field and potential, capacitance, resistance, DC circuits, magnetic field, Ampere's law, inductance, and geometrical and physical optics. The course is taught in a lecture/workshop format that integrates the material traditionally found in separate lecture and laboratory courses. (Prerequisites: (PHYS-211 or PHYS-211A or PHYS-206 or PHYS-216) or (MECE-102, MECE-103 and MECE-205) and (MATH-182 or MATH-172 or MATH-182A) or equivalent courses. Grades of C- or better are required in all prerequisite courses.) Lec/Lab 6 (Fall, Spring).

4  

General Education – Ethical Perspective

3 Third Year EEEE-353

Linear Systems

Linear Systems provides the foundations of continuous and discrete signal and system analysis and modeling. courses include a description of continuous linear systems via differential equations, a description of discrete systems via difference equations, input-output relationship of continuous and discrete linear systems, the continuous time convolution integral, the discrete time convolution sum, application of convolution principles to system response calculations, exponential and trigonometric forms of Fourier series and their properties, Fourier transforms including energy spectrum and energy spectral density. Sampling of continuous time signals and the sampling theorem, the Laplace, Z and DTFT. The solution of differential equations and circuit analysis problems using Laplace transforms, transfer functions of physical systems, block diagram algebra and transfer function realization is also covered. A comprehensive study of the z transform and its inverse, which includes system transfer function concepts, system frequency response and its interpretation, and the relationship of the z transform to the Fourier and Laplace transform is also covered. Finally, an introduction to the design of digital filters, which includes filter block diagrams for Finite Impulse Response (FIR) and Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) filters is introduced. (Prerequisites: EEEE-282 and MATH-231 and CMPR-271 or equivalent course.) Lecture 4 (Fall, Spring).

4 EEEE-374

EM Fields and Transmission Lines

The course provides the foundations of EM fields, static and time varying, and a study of propagation, reflection and transmissions of electromagnetic waves in unbounded regions and in transmission lines. courses include the following: electric field intensity and potential, Guass' Law, polarization, electric flux density, dielectric constant and boundary conditions, Poisson's and Laplace's equations, methods of images, steady electric current and conduction current density, vector magnetic potential, Biot-Savart law, magnetization, magnetic field intensity, permeability, boundary conditions, Faraday's law, Maxwell's equations and the continuity equation. Time harmonic EM fields, wave equations, uniform plane waves, polarization, Poynting theorem and power, reflection and transmission from multiple dielectric interfaces, transmission line equations, transients on transmission lines, pulse and step excitations, reflection diagrams, sinusoidal steady state solutions, standing waves, the Smith Chart and impedance matching techniques, TE and TM waves in rectangular waveguides. experiments using state-of-art RF equipment illustrating fundamental wave propagation and reflection concepts, design projects with state-of-art EM modeling tools. (Prerequisites: MATH-221 and MATH-231 and PHYS-212 or PHYS-208 and PHYS-209 or equivalent course.) Lab 3 (Fall, Spring).

4 EEEE-380

Digital Electronics

This is an introductory course in digital MOS circuit analysis and design. The course covers the following topics: (1) MOSFET I-V behavior in aggressively scaled devices; (2) Static and dynamic characteristics of NMOS and CMOS inverters; (3) Combinational and sequential logic networks using CMOS technology; (4) Dynamic CMOS logic networks, including precharge-evaluate, domino and transmission gate circuits; (5) Special topics, including static and dynamic MOS memory, and interconnect RLC behavior. (Prerequisites: EEEE-281 or equivalent course.) Lab 3 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

3 EEEE-499

Co-op (fall and summer)

One semester of paid work experience in electrical engineering. (This course is restricted to EEEE-BS Major students.) CO OP (Fall, Spring, Summer).

0 MATH-381

Complex Variables

This course covers the algebra of complex numbers, analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann equations, complex integration, Cauchy's integral theorem and integral formulas, Taylor and Laurent series, residues, and the calculation of real-valued integrals by complex-variable methods. (Prerequisites: MATH-219 or MATH-221 or equivalent course.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3  

General Education – Immersion 1

3 Fourth Year EEEE-414

Classical Control

This course introduces students to the study of linear continuous-time classical control systems, their behavior, design, and use in augmenting engineering system performance. The course is based on classical control methods using Laplace-transforms, block-diagrams, root-locus, and frequency-domain analysis. courses include: Laplace-transform review; Bode plot review; system modeling for control; relationships of transfer-function poles and zeros to time-response behaviors; stability analysis; steady-state error, error constants, and error specification; feedback control properties; relationships between stability margins and transient behavior; lead, lag, and PID control; root-locus analysis and design; frequency-response design and Nyquist stability. A laboratory will provide students with hands-on analysis and design-build-test experience, and includes the use of computer-aided design software such as MATLAB. (Prerequisites: EEEE-353 or equivalent course.) Lab 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-420

Embedded Systems Design

The purpose of this course is to expose students to both the hardware and the software components of a digital embedded system. It focuses on the boundary between hardware and software operations. The elements of microcomputer architecture are presented, including a detailed discussion of the memory, input-output, the central processing unit (CPU) and the busses over which they communicate. C and assembly language level programming concepts are introduced, with an emphasis on the manipulation of microcomputer system elements through software means. Efficient methods for designing and developing C and assembly language programs are presented. Concepts of program controlled input and output are studied in detail and reinforced with extensive hands-on lab exercises involving both software and hardware, hands-on experience. (Prerequisites: EEEE-220 or equivalent course.) Lab 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-480

Analog Electronics

This is an introductory course in analog electronic circuit analysis and design. The course covers the following topics: (1) Diode circuit DC and small-signal behavior, including rectifying as well as Zener-diode-based voltage regulation; (2) MOSFET current-voltage characteristics; (3) DC biasing of MOSFET circuits, including integrated-circuit current sources; (4) Small-signal analysis of single-transistor MOSFET amplifiers and differential amplifiers; (5) Multi-stage MOSFET amplifiers, such as cascade amplifiers, and operational amplifiers; (6) Frequency response of MOSFET-based single- and multi-stage amplifiers; (7) DC and small-signal analysis and design of bipolar junction transistor (BJT) devices and circuits; (8) Feedback and stability in MOSFET and BJT amplifiers. (Prerequisites: EEEE-281 and EEEE-282 and EEEE-499 or equivalent courses.) Lab 3 (Fall, Spring).

4 EEEE-484

Communication Systems (WI-PR)

Introduction to Communication Systems provides the basics of the formation, transmission and reception of information over communication channels. Spectral density and correlation descriptions for deterministic and stationary random signals. Amplitude and angle modulation methods (e.g. AM and FM) for continuous signals. Carrier detection and synchronization. Phase-locked loop and its application. Introduction to digital communication. Binary ASK, FSK and PSK. Noise effects. Optimum detection: matched filters, maximum-likelihood reception. Computer simulation. (Prerequisites: EEEE-353 and (MATH-251 or 1016-345) or equivalent course.) Lab 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-497

Senior Design Project I

This is the first in a two-course sequence oriented to the solution of real-world engineering design problems. This is a capstone learning experience that integrates engineering theory, principles, and processes within a collaborative environment. Multidisciplinary student teams follow a systems engineering design process, which includes assessing customer needs, developing engineering specifications, generating and evaluating concepts, choosing an approach, developing the details of the design, and implementing the design to the extent feasible, for example by building and testing a prototype or implementing a chosen set of improvements to a process. This first course focuses primarily on defining the problem and developing the design, but may include elements of build/ implementation. The second course may include elements of design, but focuses on build/implementation and communicating information about the final design. (Prerequisites: EEEE-374 and EEEE-414 and EEEE-420 and EEEE-480 and two co-ops (EEEE-499).) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-499

Co-op (summer)

One semester of paid work experience in electrical engineering. (This course is restricted to EEEE-BS Major students.) CO OP (Fall, Spring, Summer).

0 EEEE-602

Random Signals and Noise

In this course the student is introduced to random variables and stochastic processes. courses covered are probability theory, conditional probability and Bayes theorem, discrete and continuous random variables, distribution and density functions, moments and characteristic functions, functions of one and several random variables, Gaussian random variables and the central limit theorem, estimation theory , random processes, stationarity and ergodicity, auto correlation, cross-correlation and power spectrum density, response of linear prediction, Wiener filtering, elements of detection, matched filters. (Prerequisites: This course is restricted to graduate students in the EEEE-MS, EEEE-BS/MS program.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-707

Engineering Analysis

The course trains students to utilize mathematical techniques from an engineering perspective, and provides essential background for success in graduate level studies. The course begins with a pertinent review of matrices, transformations, partitions, determinants and various techniques to solve linear equations. It then transitions to linear vector spaces, basis definitions, normed and inner vector spaces, orthogonality, eigenvalues/eigenvectors, diagonalization, state space solutions and optimization. Applications of linear algebra to engineering problems are examined throughout the course. courses include: Matrix algebra and elementary matrix operations, special matrices, determinants, matrix inversion, null and column spaces, linear vector spaces and subspaces, span, basis/change of basis, normed and inner vector spaces, projections, Gram-Schmidt/QR factorizations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, matrix diagonalization, Jordan canonical forms, singular value decomposition, functions of matrices, matrix polynomials and Cayley-Hamilton theorem, state-space modeling, optimization techniques, least squares technique, total least squares, and numerical techniques. Electrical engineering applications will be discussed throughout the course. (Prerequisites: This course is restricted to graduate students in the EEEE-MS, EEEE-BS/MS program.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-795

Graduate Seminar

The objective of this course is to introduce full time Electrical Engineering BS/MS and incoming graduate students to the graduate programs, campus resources to support research. Presentations from faculty, upper division MS/PhD students, staff, and off campus speakers will provide a basis for student selection of research topics, comprehensive literature review, and modeling effective conduct and presentation of research. All first year graduate students enrolled full time are required to successfully complete two semesters of this seminar. Seminar 3 (Fall, Spring).

0 MATH-251

Probability and Statistics I

This course introduces trial spaces and events, axioms of probability, counting techniques, conditional probability and independence, distributions of discrete and continuous random variables, joint distributions (discrete and continuous), the central limit theorem, descriptive statistics, interval estimation, and applications of probability and statistics to real-world problems. A statistical package such as Minitab or R is used for data analysis and statistical applications. (Prerequisites: MATH-173 or MATH-182 or MATH 182A or equivalent course.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

3  

General Education – Immersion 2

3  

Open Elective

3 Fifth Year EEEE-498

Senior Design Project II

This is the first in a two-course sequence oriented to the solution of real-world engineering design problems. This is a capstone learning experience that integrates engineering theory, principles, and processes within a collaborative environment. Multidisciplinary student teams follow a systems engineering design process, which includes assessing customer needs, developing engineering specifications, generating and evaluating concepts, choosing an approach, developing the details of the design, and implementing the design to the extent feasible, for example by building and testing a prototype or implementing a chosen set of improvements to a process. This first course focuses primarily on defining the problem and developing the design, but may include elements of build/implementation. The second course may include elements of design, but focuses on build/implementation and communicating information about the final design. (Prerequisites: EEEE-497 or equivalent course.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring).

3 EEEE-709

Advanced Engineering Mathematics

The course begins with a pertinent review of linear and nonlinear ordinary differential equations and Laplace transforms and their applications to solving engineering problems. It then continues with an in-depth study of vector calculus, complex analysis/integration, and partial differential equations; and their applications in analyzing and solving a variety of engineering problems especially in the areas of control, circuit analysis, communication, and signal/image processing. courses include: ordinary and partial differential equations, Laplace transforms, vector calculus, complex functions/analysis, complex integration, and numerical techniques. Electrical engineering applications will be discussed throughout the course. (This class is restricted to degree-seeking graduate students or those with permission from instructor.) Lecture 3 (Fall, Spring, Summer).

3 Choose one of the following:

6

   EEEE-790

   Thesis

An independent engineering project or research problem to demonstrate professional maturity. A formal written thesis and an oral defense are required. The student must obtain the approval of an appropriate faculty member to guide the thesis before registering for the thesis. A thesis may be used to earn a maximum of 6 credits. Thesis (Fall, Spring, Summer).

     EEEE-792

   Graduate Paper plus 1 Graduate Elective

This course is used to fulfill the graduate paper requirement under the non-thesis option for the MS degree in electrical engineering. The student must obtain the approval of an appropriate faculty member to supervise the paper before registering for this course. Project (Fall, Spring, Summer).

  EEEE-795

Graduate Seminar

The objective of this course is to introduce full time Electrical Engineering BS/MS and incoming graduate students to the graduate programs, campus resources to support research. Presentations from faculty, upper division MS/PhD students, staff, and off campus speakers will provide a basis for student selection of research topics, comprehensive literature review, and modeling effective conduct and presentation of research. All first year graduate students enrolled full time are required to successfully complete two semesters of this seminar. Seminar 3 (Fall, Spring).

0  

Open Elective

6  

Professional Electives

9  

Graduate Electives

6  

General Education – Immersion 3

3 Total Semester Credit Hours

150

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Killexams : What Are ‘Truncated Papers’? Know About CBSE’s Option For Class 12 Board Exam
What Are ‘Truncated Papers’? Know About CBSE’s Option For Class 12 Board Exam

Know about 'truncated papers'--CBSE’s option for Class 12 board exam 2021

New Delhi:

The Centre as well as most states eager on holding the CBSE Class 12th board exams appear to favour a “short” or “truncated” version of the exams. It was one of the two options put forth by the Central Board of Secondary Education at the meeting of Union and state ministers held on May 23 to discuss holding the exams during the COVID-19 pandemic. The first option was to hold CBSE 12th board exams in the regular format and at designated exam centres but only in 19 “major” subjects and marking students on the “minor” subjects on the basis of their performance in the 19. However, states seem opposed to that and even the CBSE, in its presentation to the ministers, including Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank, said that if the Covid situation continues, it may not be “feasible” to conduct the exams as it will need at least three months of organise it. Most states seem opposed to this. Get quick latest updates about 12th board exams through SMS/E-mail. Click here to Subscribe.

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The second option is the “shorter duration”, or truncated version, of the exams. “There is flexibility in this approach as the exam will be conducted in two phases, will be at own schools and will be of a shorter duration,” said the CBSE presentation before the ministers on Sunday.

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If the CBSE decides on this, here is what a “short duration” exam will look like.

  • In this option, exams will be conducted in the same schools where the students are enrolled and study. They will not have to go to another exam centre. This is “to ensure safety of students”, said the CBSE’s presentation

  • The exam format itself will change. Exams will be of shorter duration -- 1 hour 30 minutes, or 90 minutes, in place of three hours

  • Class 12 exams will still be conducted for only the 19 major subjects. Students will have to write exams in one language and three elective subjects only. They will be marked in the fifth and sixth subjects (where applicable) based on the four exams they write.

  • Question papers will cover the prescribed syllabus for 2020-21. In the case of CBSE, this is already 30 per cent less than the syllabus that existed before the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted schooling.

  • The questions will be of “multiple option types...based on the existing pattern of objective and very short answer type questions”.

  • With this option, the Class 12 exams could be conducted twice by CBSE

  • Exams can commence at a “suitable date” where conditions are conducive. Elsewhere, they can start “after a fortnight of the first phase”.

  • In case a student is unable to appear for an exam, they will get another opportunity

  • Exam centres will not need “elaborate logistics” to conduct exams as the papers will be sent in electronic format.

  • The CBSE presentation did mention dates -- first phase from July 15 and second from early August -- but there is no decision on dates yet.

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Killexams : Research Bits: July 11

Modeling ALE

Scientists at U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), in coordination with Lam Research, modeled atomic layer etching (ALE) for semiconductor fabrication.

“This would be one little piece in the whole process,” said David Graves, associate laboratory director for low-temperature plasma surface interactions at PPPL and a professor in the Princeton Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Insights gained through modeling, he said, “can lead to all sorts of good things, and that’s why this effort at the Lab has got some promise.”

“The simulations basically agreed with experiments as a first step and could lead to improved understanding of the use of ALE for atomic-scale etching,” said Joseph Vella, a post-doctoral fellow at PPPL. He added that an improved understanding will enable PPPL to investigate such things as the extent of surface damage and the degree of roughness developed during ALE.

The model simulated the sequential use of chlorine gas and argon plasma ions to control the silicon etch process on an atomic scale. Plasma, or ionized gas, is a mixture consisting of free electrons, positively charged ions and neutral molecules. The plasma used in semiconductor device processing is near room temperature, in contrast to the ultra-hot plasma used in fusion experiments.

“A surprise empirical finding from Lam Research was that the ALE process became particularly effective when the ion energies were quite a bit higher than the ones we started with,” Graves said. “So that will be our next step in the simulations — to see if we can understand what’s happening when the ion energy is much higher and why it’s so good.”

Switch array for lidar chip

Engineers at the University of California Berkeley built a high-resolution lidar (light detection and ranging) chip using based on a focal plane switch array (FPSA), a semiconductor-based matrix of antennas that gathers light like the sensors found in digital cameras.

The resolution of 16,384 pixels on a 1-centimeter-square chip is a big increase over the 512 pixels or less found on FPSAs until now. It is also scalable to megapixel sizes using CMOS technology.

Lidar works by capturing reflections of light emitted by its laser. Getting the power and resolution available in large, mechanical spinning lidar into a chip format has proved difficult.

“We want to illuminate a very large area,” said Ming Wu, professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences and co-director of the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center at the University of California, Berkeley. “But if we try to do that, the light becomes too weak to reach a sufficient distance. So, as a design trade-off to maintain light intensity, we reduce the areas that we illuminate with our laser light.”

The FPSA helps with this. It consists of a matrix of tiny optical transmitters, or antennas, and switches that rapidly turn them on and off. This way, it can channel all available laser power through a single antenna at a time.

Switching, however, poses a problem. Thermo-optic switches are commonly used in lidar chips, but large numbers together can generate too much heat to operate properly. Instead, the team adopted MEMS switches that physically move the waveguides from one position to another.

“The construction is very similar to a freeway exchange,” Wu said. “So, imagine you are a beam of light going from east to west. We can mechanically lower a ramp that will suddenly turn you 90 degrees, so that you are going from north to south.”

When the switch turns on a pixel, it emits a laser beam and captures the reflected light. Each pixel is equivalent to 0.6 degrees of the array’s 70-degree field of view. By cycling rapidly through the array, the FPSA builds up a 3D picture of the world around it. Mounting several of them in a circular configuration would produce a 360-degree view around a vehicle.

Further increasing the FPSA resolution is needed for commercialization, Wu said. “While the optical antennas are hard to make smaller, the switches are still the largest components, and we think we can make them a lot smaller.”

Increasing range from the current iteration’s 10 meters would also be needed. “We are certain we can get to 100 meters and believe we could get to 300 meters with continual improvement,” he said.

Wu believes that lidar won’t be limited to automotive applications. “Just look at how we use cameras. They’re embedded in vehicles, robots, vacuum cleaners, surveillance equipment, biometrics and doors. There will be so many more potential applications once we shrink lidar to the size of a smartphone camera.”

Stretching without distortion

Researchers from The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) developed a stretchable micro-LED meta-display that can be stretched up to 25% without image distortion.

Typically, stretchable materials like rubber distort, shrinking in one direction when pulled in the other. The new 3-inch display uses mechanical metamaterials with a negative Poisson’s ratio, which were applied to a circuit board. The Poisson’s ratio refers to the ratio at which the width of material shrinks when it is stretched lengthwise. When a mechanical metamaterial with a Poisson’s ratio of -1 is stretched lengthwise, it demonstrates the effect of stretching at the same ratio widthwise.

It can be manufactured by transferring a micro-LED device to a large-area meta-circuit board using roll-based large-area transfer technology. After micro-LED transfer, the meta-display is manufactured through reflow and the board cut into a kirigami pattern using a laser, which enables the stretching.

In demonstrations, the display was attached to a hemispherical surface with a radius of 80 cm without wrinkles or creases, making it possible to build skin-attachable displays that conform to the human body.

The team plans to continue follow-up research and investigate applications in mini-LEDs and graphene, as well as pursue commercialization.


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India, 21st June 2022: MIT World Peace University (MIT-WPU), one of the leading private universities in India is inviting interested candidates to apply for its plethora of Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Diploma and Ph.D. programs across 35 schools in the field of Engineering and Technology, Sciences and Health Sciences, Management & Leadership, Liberal Arts, Public Policy, Media, Pharmacy, Design, Law, Hospitality and many more. MIT-WPU maintains a long-standing legacy in offering value-based education that promotes the combination of Science and Spirituality to bring peace to mankind.

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At MIT-WPU, students are provided with internships to garner practical experience to complement theoretical classroom learning. Additionally, in their final semesters, they are provided with 100% placement assistance through the institute’s Placement Cell. Career Services offered by the Institute include placements, higher studies, internships, entrepreneur support as well as career guidance and advice. MIT-WPU believes that there are multiple facets to each individual that must be fostered for their progress. Further, students can also avail themselves of aptitude tests, group discussions, personal interviews, resume building and presentation skills to enhance their self-confidence and prepare them to successfully face the highly competitive placement processes. The experienced team works round to clock to match the requirements of the industry as well as the capabilities and interests of the students.

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As a part of its innate focus on creating possibilities for students to upskill and compete not just nationally, but globally, MIT-WPU is now expanding its pedagogy with international faculty teaching 25% of the syllabus. The faculty has been handpicked from top QS-ranked universities. The students will be taught by experienced research and industry-oriented faculty from prestigious institutions.

To be eligible for the undergraduate programs, students need to appear for the Online UGPET (Undergraduate Programs Entrance Test and/or Personal Interview) exam and similarly, to be eligible for postgraduate programs (including post-PG Diplomas) the candidate has to appear for PGPET (Postgraduate Programs Entrance Test and/or Personal Interview). Furthermore, for undergraduate programs, to be eligible, students need to have, a Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) (10+2) from any stream with English as a passing subject, or two years/three years Diploma of Boards of Technical Education or its equivalent, or Minimum Competency and Vocational Courses (MCVC), with minimum 50% marks (45% for reservation category) in aggregate in all the aforementioned criteria.

MIT-WPU’s multidisciplinary approach to providing a premium quality educational experience to students is what makes it one of the best private universities in the country. They implement well-researched WPU methods, which bring about a perfect balance of an academic framework reinforced through experiential learning.

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