"US and Indian governments finalized an agreement to collaborate on frontier science research on particle physics and discussed information communication technology cooperation," a US Embassy statement said.
Both the countries also discussed cooperation in the information communication technology sector.
US Department of Commerce and the Ministry of Finance also signed an MOU to implement the Indo-US infrastructure initiative which was announced during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Washington in September.
The initiative was announced with the goal of increasing participation of US firms in infrastructure projects in India.
"US Trade and Development Agency announced its intent to support the Infrastructure Collaboration Platform, including the smart cities initiative by engaging with Indian and US smart grid stakeholders on a reverse trade mission to United States in December 2014, as well as a follow-on workshop in India," the statement added.
It said that the events over the last few days, along with Indo-US Higher Education Dialogue, fostered concrete partnerships in science, technology and innovation and strengthened the policy, financial, and educational ecosystem essential for dynamic innovative economies.
The India-US Tech Summit, Joint Commission Meeting on Science and technology cooperation, High Technology Cooperation Group discussions to support Digital India, the Strategic Security Dialogue, meeting of the Commercial Dialogue and next week's Trade Policy Forum demonstrate the continued commitment to a powerful Indo-US partnership in science and technology.
"Through a series of high-level visits and dialogues, US and Indian governments are working actively to implement President Barack Obama's and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mutual commitment to strengthen and deepen Indo-US cooperation in every sector," the statement said.

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