IIT Madras joins hand with US-based Altair to foster start-ups

Through this MoU, select start-ups from IIT-M Incubation Cell can apply simulation technology early in the product design process will help them launch a robust product earlier
IIT Madras joins hand with US-based Altair to foster start-ups
Chennai 
 
Altair, the US-based simulation technology company that provides solutions in product development, high-performance computing, and data analytics, has signed an MoU with the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras-Incubation Cell (IITM-IC) to foster start-up technology access and mentorship. 
 
The MoU establishes cooperation between IITM-IC and Altair to connect, identify, and select relevant start-ups from the incubation cell. Altair will provide the technology access and mentorship to select start-up companies for one year formed under the incubation cell and will institute an award for a start-up that best utilises simulation technology during the year. 
 
IITM-IC coordinates and leverages synergies in various strands of excellence to drive innovation and entrepreneurship at IIT Madras. This consists of cutting edge research, industrial interactions, India’s first university-driven research park, and a stellar record of incubation in rural, social, and industrial technologies.
 
“We are happy to collaborate with a prestigious institution like the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. Considering the government’s push for adoption of deep technology, this mandates industry and start-up companies to explore the latest technologies to develop their products faster. Applying simulation technology early in the product design process will help start-ups launch a robust product earlier in the market at a much lesser cost,” said Manoj Menghrajani, Business Development Manager for Electro-Magnetic Solutions, Altair.
 
Dr Tamaswati Ghosh, Chief Executive Officer of IITM-IC, added, “IITM-IC is a deep-tech incubator with many product start-ups. Our partnership with Altair enables access to simulation-driven design, computer-aided engineering, cloud computing, and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. This is extremely beneficial for product start-ups in our portfolio who are in a unique position where they have innovative solutions for various challenges but are strapped for resources. This program will help them accelerate their growth to new heights. Through this partnership, we are certain that the start-ups will benefit from the expertise and network of a global tech company like Altair.”
 
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