Integrated Sensors and Systems are at the forefront of a technological revolution in several key areas, which include telecommunication, sensing, smart agriculture, transportation, environment monitoring, healthcare, smart wearable, and IoT technology in Societal & Industrial Applications. This has created an ever-rising demand in industries, which lead to a globally growing need for highly skilled personnel trained in these interdisciplinary fields. ​

IIT Hyderabad offers different post-graduate programs in this interdisciplinary field as described below.

M.Tech 2 yrs

Teaching Assistant

M.TECH 3 yrs

Research Assistant 2yrs


Students at ISS, are exposed to the major emerging technologies and are adequately skilled in these domains through the diverse and broad spectrum of courses offered. The course work provides all necessary basic and applied skills for the design, fabrication, and testing of an integrated sensor system.

Admissions are conducted in summer (June-July) and winter (Dec-Jan). Details regarding eligibility criteria and course structure can be found in the brochure. The selection process generally comprises of shortlisting based on GATE score and undergraduate CGPA followed by technical interview rounds.

COre courses

First Semester

  • Computational Modelling Techniques

  • Fabrication Technology and Characterization

  • Physics of Low dimensional systems and Quantum devices

  • Smart Materials and Transducers

  • Industry Lecture Series

Second Semester

  • Circuits and Packaging

  • Embedded Systems and Computer Architecture

  • Intelligent Signal Processing using AI/IoT

  • Industry Lecture Series

Elective Courses

  • Analog IC Design

  • Digital IC Design

  • Mixed Signal Circuits Design

  • Mesoscopic Device Physics

  • Nanoelectronics: Principles and Devices

  • Wireless Sensor Networks

  • Semiconductor Heterojunction Devices Physics

  • Advanced Fabrionics

  • Spintronics

  • Nanophotonics

  • Microfluidic platform for cell culture & diagnosis (3D Printer)

  • Integrated Circuits for Wireless Communication

  • Materials Synthesis and Characterization