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STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT &
COMMERCIALIZATION ISSUES FOR
NANOTECHNOLOGY, GREEN ENERGY &
SECURITY

Online Session & Discussion

Mr.
Satyadhar

Joshi

http://nanotechbiz.org/

Satyadhar_joshi@nanotechbiz.org

CONTENT


Introduction & Broad Areas of my Research


Structure of Research


Decision & Game theory


Nanotechnology


Green Energy


Secure Multi Part Computation


High Performance Computing


Virtual Reality


Final Words



www.nanotechbiz.org

ABOUT THE SPEAKER


Working in Nanotechnology from last 3
-
4 years


PhD student in Nanotechnology


Published many research papers on the subject


Would be talking about my work

BROAD AREAS OF MY RESEARCH

1.
Strategic

Decision
-
Making

and

Game

Theoretic

Approach

for

the

Commercialization

of

Nanotechnology

2.
Strategic

Game

Theory

Models

and

Commercialization

for

Nano

RFID

Systems

3.
Secure

Multi
-
Party

Computation

for

Statistical

Computations

using

Virtual

Parties

4.
Applications

of

RFID

and

a

software

framework

for

facilitating

its

integration

in

mobile

phones

5.
Modeling

and

Analysis

of

DC

Traction

System

in

Light

of

Recent

Innovations

from

HPC

and

Virtual

Reality



STRUCTURE OF RESEARCH


Introduction


Literature (SD, Elsevier, Springer, ACM )


Models


Scrutiny


Assumption & Limitation


Conclusion


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Research

DECISION SCIENCES


Strategic Decision
-
Making and Game Theoretic Approach
for the Commercialization of Nanotechnology


Nash Equilibrium



Strategic

Decision

making

and

Game

Theoretical

Approach

for

Commercialization

of

Nanotechnology

In
:

Intellectual

Economics
.

(ISSN

1822
-
8011
)

No

2
(
8
),

2010

pp
.

47
-
56

GAME THEORY


Strategic Decision
-
Making and
Game Theoretic Approach for
the Commercialization of
Nanotechnology


Strategic

Decision

making

and

Game

Theoretical

Approach

for

Commercialization

of

Nanotechnology

In
:

Intellectual

Economics
.

(ISSN

1822
-
8011
)

No

2
(
8
),

2010

pp
.

47
-
56

STRATEGY PROFILES


Set of Strategy profiles if a company sees other company
to developed and include Strategies can be defined as:

1.
Increase funding in the area

2.
Work on the pre patented technology

3.
Work on reliability and packaging models

4.
SCI research in the specific area need to be monitored

5.
Development of modeling solutions using latest CAD
design which includes simulation using HPC

6.
Social implication of the technology developed

7.
Expensive today not feasible


Strategic

Decision

making

and

Game

Theoretical

Approach

for

Commercialization

of

Nanotechnology

In
:

Intellectual

Economics
.

(ISSN

1822
-
8011
)

No

2
(
8
),

2010

pp
.

47
-
56

PAYOFF FUNCTION


The

implication

of

these

developments

can

be

taken

for

business

nano

energy

solutions

which

are

in

the

area

of

solar

can

fuel

cells
.


Payoff functions:

1.
Success

2.
Successful product but less reliable

3.
Successful but expensive

4.
Successful but ethical and social issues

5.
Successful but got late

6.
Successful but patent complication

7.
Successful but government clauses

8.
Failure

Probability dependence of one Lambda1 on
the overall probability of the system.

Figure containing Lambda for various
moves where the variations of
Lambda are defined for an
exhaustive probability moves.

Microsoft Windows Cluster Server 2003


Microsoft
Compute
Cluster

Microsoft .NET Common
Language Runtime

.NET Framework

MPI.NET

Microsoft
MPI

Microsoft Windows Cluster Server 2003 Environment

Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Integrated Development
Environment

C# Programming Language

.NET Framework

Extreme Optimization Numerical
Library

MPI.NET Library

Our Runtime Environment


Our Development Environment

NANOTECHNOLOGY


Major Issues


Repeatability


Reality


Reliability


IMPLICATION OF EARLIER RESEARCH


Our earlier research MEMS and other
Nano

devices can
be distributed for seven major areas which forms the
basis of this proposal:

1.
Reliability of MEMS

2.
Reliability of CNT

3.
HPC modeling of nanotech

4.
Reliability
Nano

RFID and WSN

5.
Reliability of HDD

6.
Reliability of MEMS fuel cells

7.
Virtual Reality & CUDA HPC modeling for reliability
computations


PARAMETERS FOR COMMERCIALIZATION


Parameters of the following needs to be calculated using
appropriate operators which are defined as follows:

1.
TTM = f (Reliability, Multi scale optimization, Social issues,
investment)

2.
Operator R (models, accelerated testing, redundancy,
Packaging)

3.
Operator M (multi scale and multi physics optimization for
accurate predictions)

4.
Operator S (Social and ethical issues)

5.
Operator I (funding and investment)

6.
TTM= K

raw time
-
Operator (R+M+S+I)


Strategic

Game

Theory

Models

and

Commercialization

for

Nano

RFID

Systems
.

In

Seventh

International

WOCN
2010
.

6
-
8
th

Sep,

2010

DOI
:

10
.
1109
/WOCN
.
2010
.
5587329

Now redefining the same for TTC function we
need to modify the parameters as follows:


υ
= frequency of operations


κ

= stress it is subjected to, which related
to the environmental and ethical issues


η

= inertia in research in the subject


Є
C

= effect like seeding


Є
M
= market forces


M
(ρ, С, r)

= material of the device, cost
issues



Ī
=current flowing in the means number of
papers published in SCI


T
o
=in some cases temperature may also be
a cause, which is news in media.

f(t) is a function of
υ, κ, η, Є
C
, Є
M
, M
(ρ, С, r)
, Ī,
T
o

(, , )
( ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
C M
С r
f f f f
Є f Є f M

   
     
     
So,

f(t) = (f(
υ) +

f(
κ) +
f(
η) +
f(
Є
C
) +

f(
Є
M

) +
f(
M
(ρ, С, r)
) +
f(
Ī) +

f(
T
o
))
×
e


(
υ + κ + η + ЄC + ЄM + M (ρ, С, r) + Ī + To

))t


It is assumed we are
given all parameters and
they remain constant
throughout the cycle of
the
Nano

device then (f(
υ)
+

f(
κ) +
f(
η) +
f(
Є
C
) +

f(
Є
M

) +
f(
M
(ρ, С, r)
) +
f(
Ī)
+

f(
T
o
)) = λ is assumed
constant for computation
that is being done on
MATLAB.

Strategic

Game

Theory

Models

and

Commercialization

for

Nano

RFID

Systems
.

In

Seventh

International

WOCN
2010
.

6
-
8
th

Sep,

2010

DOI
:

10
.
1109
/WOCN
.
2010
.
5587329


Probability distribution for system

( )
( ) 0,0
( )
0
f t
f e for t
f t
otherwise

 


 



SYSTEMS VARIATIONS


The third case can be assumed for a hybrid case which has both CNT and MEMS
devices with interchangeable operations in the device.

1.
System A for CNT based System (since the frequency effect is more catastrophic
for the device)

2.
System B for MEMS based System

3.
System C for CNT and MEMS system or hybrid case





Another way to implement this model is that the operator is assumed to operate
between three time intervals t
1
, t
2

and t
3
.

1.
System A for early failure

2.
System B for constant failure (where the change of probability is equal)

3.
System C for wear out failure


Case study of CNT based devices (Reliability, Packaging, Multi scale optimization,
Social issues) are needed for building its model .This is a Reverse function of failure
rate which takes the form of chances of device to get commercialized.


Strategic

Game

Theory

Models

and

Commercialization

for

Nano

RFID

Systems
.

In

Seventh

International

WOCN
2010
.

6
-
8
th

Sep,

2010

DOI
:

10
.
1109
/WOCN
.
2010
.
5587329

GREEN ENERGY


Fuel Cell


Solar Cell

RFID


Nano
-
RFID


Application specific


Literature review


Software paradigm

NANO

RFID SYSTEM

Flexible Substrate

RH,

T

&

Light

sensors

MOX

sensors

Thin

film

battery

Control

Electronics

DIMENSIONS

CMOS

Circuitry

Nanosensors

Nanowires

Nanotubes

Plain CMOS

Electrochemical

0
C
A

5
μm

100
μ
m

100
μ
m

SECURE MULTI
-
PARTY COMPUTATION


Sharing data


Computation on encrypted data



Secure

Multi

Party

Computation

using

Virtual

Parties

for

Computation

on

Encrypted

DataMoWiN

2009



Lecture

Notes

in

Computer

Science

(ISSN

0302
-
9743
)

June

2009
.

DOI
:

10
.
1007
/
978
-
3
-
642
-
02617
-
1
_
42

VIRTUAL REALITY


Application in Nanotechnology


Application in Traction System


Applying

HPC

and

virtual

reality

for

modeling

of

traction

systems
.

In
:

International

Journal

of

Academic

Research

(ISSN
:

2075
-
4124
)

Volume

2
.

Issue

3
.

May

28
,

2010

pp
.
107
-
116

HPC (SUPER COMPUTING)


We have worked out in C#. Our work is done in Visual
Studio. The computation model is shown in fig.1, some of
the software resources of the development of this project
are:


1.

C# compiler (Visual Studio 2005)


2.

.Net

Framework for standard development library
(Visual Studio 2005)


3.

Microsoft MPI (Message Passing Interface) (Visual
Studio 2005)


4.

Microsoft XNA Framework (Visual Studio 2005)


5.

A good high performance math library for C# (
eg
.
Extreme Optimization Numerical Library for .NET).

MPI

PVM


Wccs


Extreme optimization




MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT


Develop of theory for decision making in
Nanotechnology commercialization and
implementation

KNOWLEDGE GENERATED


Game theory for Nanotechnology


Quantitative model for commercialization


Exploration of
Nano

RFID as a good option and
platform of scientific model discussed


CONCLUSION


Presentation to keep you aware about the
latest state of the art in the area


More details about the author is available at



http://nanotechbiz.org/joshi/publication.html