Known as the Microelectronics Computation Laboratory(MCL) in the early days, NCL was started with a financial aid from the Government of India. NCL is located in room no. 205 in the second floor of the Annexe Building of the Department of Electrical Engineering. Since the last few years, the prime focus of NCL has been to do research on various kinds of devices, technologies and problems including multi-gate MOSFETs, tunnel-FETs, power semiconductor devices, statistical process variations, compact model development, development of algorithms for compact model parameter extraction, etc. NCL caters to the needs of both post-graduate students (specializing in Microelectronics) as well as doctoral students in Microelectronics.
NCL, at present, is one of the best computational laboratories in the Department of Electrical Engineering. Its an air-conditioned space providing access to several high end terminals with advanced computational capabilities. NCL runs on various CPU configurations (with as high as 32 GB RAM), including