ICeNd produces nanoDs

nanoDimensions at 4D







A semiconductor quantum nanofluid company

>> ahead of time universal technologies for computing, sensing, therapeutics, and many more

>> ICeNd is a semiconductor quantum nanofluid company creating paradigm shifting universal nanodevices for smart detection of ultrasmall motions in real-time to impact the field of biology, quantum engineering, energy, metrology, and many more

ICeNd is a spin-off from

Open Academic Research Group

International Max Planck Research School for Physics of Biological & Complex Systems Göttingen

University of Cambridge

Indian Institute of Science Bangalore

Co-founded in 2021

MOUMITA GHOSH, PhDShe has a PhD in Nanoengineering for Integrated Systems, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore; Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Goettingen & Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science; Scientist at Thermo Fisher Scientific Eindhoven.

G MOHAN RAO, PhDHe was a Professor of Applied Physics and Instrumentation, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore.

KV CHINMAYA, MScHe has worked on mathematical biology and cryo-electron microscopy in the Open Academic Research Council and Indian Institute of Science Bangalore. He received a MSc Physics and BSc Physics (Hons) from the Bangalore University.

SIDDHARTH GHOSH, PhDHe has a PhD in Physics, International Max Planck Research School for Physics of Biological and Complex Systems; Postdoctoral Researcher, Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science & Leiden Institute of Physics; German Research Foundation Fellow at the University of Cambridge; Director of Open Academic Research Council and Open Academic Research UK CIC.

Uday Phadke, PhDDr Uday Phadke’s experience spans three key areas: commercial firms enabled by science and technology, academic research and teaching in technology and business, and the design and promotion of national and international innovation initiatives. His primary strength is in creating and delivering vision-based change underpinned by detailed analysis. MA Engineering at Trinity College, Cambridge followed by a PhD at the University of Sussex where he also held an industry-funded Research Fellowship.

Brian Corbett, MBATransformed a geeky, niche, scientific spin-out from Cambridge University, into a global leader for telephony based speech recognition that was ultimately acquired by Microsoft. Entropic was selling speech technology products to a small number of computer scientists in specialist institutions around the world - we had 100% of a niche market with limited growth; re-positioned the company's business strategy to focus on an emerging global opportunity for speech technology in the telephony environment (call centres, automated transaction management and the voiceweb). Along the way, he restructured the company and secured VC funding from top firms in the UK and USA (Amadeus Capital Partners and Oak Investment Partners).

Sumantra Sen, MBASumantra Sen is a senior management executive, with over 25 years of progressive experience in managing global client portfolios and leading strategic transition of investment programs while working with financial organizations such as ABN AMRO and Bank of America. He is a specialist in Responsible Finance, with expertise in harnessing innovation and partnerships for managing complex investment scenarios. In his current roles, he engages with development institutions, government agencies, investors and businesses in advancing best practices in ESG and Impact Investing.


ICeNd is based in Bangalore and Eindhoven. Bangalore is India's innovation hub and Eindhoven is the high-tech and innovation hub of the Netherlands. In Bangalore, we are based inside the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore. We have a strong collaborations with the University of Cambridge - UK's densest disruptive deep-tech solution campus.


We are supported by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft), The Royal Society, Max Planck Society, Lower Saxony Ministry of Science, Culture (Niedersächsischen Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur), and Ministry of Human Resource Development/The Government of India.
Our knowledge partners are the University of Cambridge, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, University of Göttingen, and University of Leeds.