The research scholars from the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering with great support and supervision from the faculty have planned to conduct their second Research Scholar’s Talk Series MSV-II on 25 September 2021 at 02:30 pm. Mr D Lenin Babu will engage the participants from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm with his enlightened talk on Photonic crystals-based DWDM devices for optical networking applications.
About the Speaker:
Mr D Lenin Babu is pursuing his PhD under the guidance of Dr Sreenivasulu (Department of ECE, SRM University-AP). He received his B Tech degree in ECE from JNTU Kakinada and received his MTech with specialization in Embedded systems from Vignan University in 2015. His research interests include integrated optical devices for optical communication systems. He is working towards his thesis titled “Photonic crystals based DWDM devices for optical networking applications”.
Join this engaging webinar on 25 September 2021, at 02.30 pm to learn more about photonic crystals-based DWDM devices for optical networking applications!
Industrie 4.0 has become increasingly global and cross-industry, driving digital transformation across industries, businesses, and governments. SRM University-AP observes National Engineers’ day with an inspiring talk by Mr Dasari Ramakrishna, Managing Director, Efftronics Systems Pvt. Ltd., on September 15, 2021, at 06.45 pm.
The heartbeat of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is algorithms. While algorithms are not new, the transition of businesses to be algorithmic is game-changing. Mathematicians describe an algorithm as an encapsulated set of rules that act on data to determine an outcome. In today’s digitalized world, companies use algorithms on a daily basis to influence and support decisions (fact-based decision making). In system development, algorithms building is the most challenging and major activity. Often engineers are expected to build completely new algorithms which are not available in the market (internet). One should adopt commonly available algorithms when required. But what is more important is to use various algorithmic concepts/principles together in combination to build a new algorithm. Like any development, algorithms building also follows the cycle of defining, analysing, designing, implementing, and testing iteratively in a systematic way. If one had to build algorithmic thinking, they need to practice with different scenarios, reflect upon the results and experiment continuously.
Every year on September 15, India commemorates Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya’s accomplishments by observing National Engineers Day. Visvesvaraya, the Bharat Ratna awardee, was born in the Karnataka village of Muddenahalli on September 15, 1861. As a pioneer in engineering, he made numerous contributions to the infrastructural backbone of the country.
About the Speaker:
Mr Dasari Ramakrishna is the founding CEO of Efftronics Systems Pvt. Ltd., established in 1985. Backed by rich R&D, Efftronics is now a leading provider of smart solutions for railway signalling, smart cities, smart buildings and industries. He is the architect of one of India’s largest IoT networks built for Indian railways with more than 6 million things connected across 9000 locations. He is a continuous learner & thought leader. Under his leadership, Efftronics has innovated more than 50 solutions for different domains. By continually growing Efftronics, Mr Ramakrishna has proved to the Indian industry that “With right aspirations and sincere effort to deliver value to customers, it is possible to be successful and location doesn’t matter.” He is the former chairman of CII- A.P State Council. He serves as a member of the board of studies, academic councils and governing body for several educational institutions and advisor for various universities.
Join this rekindling session on September 15, 2021, at 06.45 pm to understand the complexities of algorithm building.
SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh, invites Prof M Lakshmi Kantam in the ninth edition of the University Distinguished Lecture Series to deliver the keynote address on “Design and Development of Homogeneous/Heterogeneous Catalysts for Sustainable Chemical Industry” on Saturday, April 17, 2021, at 03.30 PM. Our guest of the evening, Prof M Lakshmi Kantam, FNA, FTWAS, FNASc, FRSC, is a renowned name in the field of Chemical Sciences and Engineering. She is presently the Dr B P Godrej Distinguished Professor of Green Chemistry and Sustainability Engineering at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai.
Her areas of expertise are Catalysis, Materials & Process Chemistry.
Prof Lakshmi Kantam did her Bachelor in Science from Andhra Pradesh. The Alumna of Kurukshetra University pursued her masters and doctoral studies there. She has further received Honorary Doctorate in Science by Sri Padamavati Mahila Viswavidayalam, Tirupathi, in 2014.
She was the former Director of CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad. She is also an Honorary Professor at The University of New Castle, Australia and an Adjunct Professor at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. Apart from managing various academic and leadership positions for various organisations, Prof Kantam is also the Non-Executive Independent Director at Godavari Biorefineries Ltd, Indo-Amines Ltd., and Vinati Organics Ltd.
Prof Lakshmi Kantam is one of India’s leading researchers in the domain of Chemical Engineering and is bestowed with numerous awards and recognition for her commendable contributions to the scientific fraternity. The admirable scientist has published 347 research papers in reputed peer-reviewed journals with citations of 16018. she has further authored and edited five books. The brilliant scientific mind has been granted 52 patents for her innovations. Her present Industry Collaborations include companies such as GBL, VOL, Hikal Ltd, Indo Amines Ltd, Jubilant, Rallies, Kesar Petroproducts Ltd, GACL, Marvel Drugs, Prasol, Mangalam Organics etc.
She is associated with various Government Organisations, including the Department of Atomic Energy, Department of Science and Technology, High Energy Materials Research Laboratory-Pune (DRDO), IIT-Hyderabad, GAIL, etc., to name a few.
Prof Kantam’s contributions are recognised with numerous honours and awards. She has been awarded ICC -D.M.Trivedi Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019, Devang Mehta – National Education Award (Women in Education Award) in 2017, Asian Paints Padma Vibhushan Dr R A Mashelkar Medal and Chemcon Distinguished Speaker Award (For leadership in Science, Technology and Education)-CHEMCON in 2016, J.C.Bose Fellowship (SERB-DST) in 2015, Lifetime Achievement Award by Indian Chemical Society in 2011.
She is further honoured as a Fellow of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), Indian National Science Academy, The Royal Society of Chemistry- UK, National Academy of Sciences, India.
The spirited woman also performs her scholarly duties as the Editorial Board Member at Chemical Record (TCR), Wiley-VCH and Journal of Chemical Sciences, Springer Publishers and the Associate Editor, Catalysis in Green Chemistry and Engineering, Begell house.
Join the webinar on April 17 at 3.30 PM to listen to the captivating speech of the leading scientist in Chemical Engineering and avail this opportunity to broaden your perspectives.
University Distinguished Lecture presented by SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh has resumed with its eighth edition to be held on March 20, 2021 at 3.30 PM. Prof Seeram Ramakrishna, FREng, Everest Chair, Professor, National University of Singapore (NUS), has been cordially invited to spare a lecture on “Science & Technology for Healthy Life and Planet”. Prof Seeram Ramakrishna is among the five leading researchers of Singapore, and among the top three impactful authors at the National University of Singapore (NUS).
Among his notable recognitions, Prof Seeram Ramakrishna was identified as the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds by Thomson Reuters, Clarivate Analytics recognized him among the top 1% Highly Cited Researchers in the world in Materials Science as well as cross-fields categories, and Microsoft Academic ranked him among the top 100 salient authors out of three million Materials Researchers worldwide.
Apart from holding several academic leadership positions at NUS, Prof Seeram Ramakrishna is the Founding Chairman of Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore, SERIS. He also founded the Global Engineering Deans Council while serving as the Vice-President of the International Federation of Engineering Educator Societies (IFEES). The esteemed academician is an advisor to the World Bank, a member of UNESCO’s Global Independent Expert Group on Universities and 2030 Sustainability Agenda, and European Commission Director-General for Environment.
The planet is imperiled as the environment is incessantly degraded by humans. Technological innovation will be essential in making our planet a more comfortable and sustainable place for humans to sustain life. The need to protect and to seek more sustainable formulas for interacting with the environment is evident. It has become crucial to combat global warming, an effort in which technology will play a key role. During the lecture, Prof Seeram Ramakrishna will discuss such important technologies adept to ensure a healthy life and planet in the forthcoming days.
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On February 28, 1928, Sir C V Raman discovered the Raman effect, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930. National Science Day is observed every year on this day to commemorate the contributions made by scientists towards the development of our nation and the world as a whole. Further, the day is celebrated to create awareness concerning the role of science in society.
Following the theme of National Science Day 2021- ‘Future of STI: Impact on Education Skills and Work’, SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh has organized a panel discussion on February 27, 2021, at 4 PM. During the session, Prof Ranjit Thapa, Department of Physics, Dr Imran Pancha, Department of Biological Sciences, Dr Karthik Rejendran, Department of Environmental Science, Dr Manjula R, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, and Prof Jayaseelan Murugaiyan, Department of Biological Sciences (Moderator) will be deliberating on “The Future of science is faster and exciting than you think.”
During the session, the eminent professors will be discussing the application of new techniques for the development of science. Ideas will also be spawned to provide opportunities to scholars pursuing science, thus accelerating the pace of scientific development. Subsequently, the panel will manifest the exponentially improving technologies that require a transformation in the pedagogy, education, curriculum, and skill enhancement approaches while imparting knowledge to the young minds.
SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh presents a workshop on “Researcher Profiles and Indexing” to stimulate the faculty members and PhD Scholars to build and professionalize their profile for improved visibility. A profile accumulates all the research and publications of scholars, mitigating common problems that often arise in searching. Actively managing the research profile enhances the impact of the research, and potentially discover audiences and collaborators. Further, it helps in comprehending the research trends, facilitating researchers to embark on significant research projects.
On February 20, 2021, at 3 PM, Prof D Narayana Rao, Pro Vice-Chancellor, SRM University-AP will initiate the workshop by addressing and welcoming the audience. Further, Dr Karthik Rajendran, Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Science, SRM University-AP will host the workshop where he will empower his colleagues to augment the visibility of their research works in the digital space. During the session, Dr Karthik will advise the audience on employing Scimago JR, Scopus profiles, ORCID, Scopus and ORCID, and Publons and ORCID. An interactive session will follow where Dr Karthik will be resolving the queries of the audience through discussions and deliberations.
Prof A K Sood on “Doing Science Without Borders”: Collaboration and curiosity among researchers will lead to impactful multidisciplinary solutions of the 21st century
The first University Distinguished Lecture Series on “Doing Science Without Borders” commenced with an inaugural welcome speech by Prof V S Rao, Vice-Chancellor, and Prof D Narayana Rao, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh. Prof V S Rao expressed their gratitude to Prof Ajay K Sood for his gracious presence. In addition, Prof Narayana Rao emphasized that under the University Distinguished Lecture series the talks will be delivered by eminent scientists from India and abroad that would be of immense benefit for students and the faculty and researchers. He further mentioned, “Doctors, researchers, engineers and scientists from several fields of knowledge around the world worked together to confront corona outbreak with an unprecedented spirit of collaboration. Also, NEP advocates and emphasizes that the societal need of the 21st century require broad-based multidisciplinary research and education”.
Prof Ajay K Sood, Fellow of the Royal Society, FRS and Honorary Professor, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, narrated three stories of his recent experiments and advanced research work, namely “Emergent flocking behaviour seen in nature: Laboratory experiments”, “Crystallization of Glass: Machine Learning in condensed matter Physics”, and “Bacterial Nano Heat Engine: Getting bacteria to work”. He begins by stating that back in 1944, a profound physicist Schrodinger introduced the concept of “aperiodic crystal” which led to the understanding of genetic molecules, enunciating the importance of inter-disciplinary applications of scientific works. In his first narrative, he speaks of the flocking movement among birds, bacteria, locusts, and human beings as well. He brought the same experiment in his laboratory where he used 2 particles, energized them, and identified their flocking pattern. He observed that the velocity of movement between the two particles differ, which can be applied to particle sorting. This experiment has applications in biology, where bacteria and/or cells can be sorted and separated and also in autonomous cars.
While explaining his second experiment, Prof A K Sood mentioned that he studied the devitrification or the tendency of glass particles to crystallize over time to reach a state of stability from its metastable state. He used supervised Machine Learning to predict where crystallization will occur in glass. His team trained the system to identify the hard and soft particles of the glass. His experiments concluded that Machine Learning (ML) helps in identifying the soft particles, which possess the tendency to move and crystallize over a long period of time. Further, Prof A K Sood and his team of collaborators developed bacterial nano heat engines by mimicking the biological motors in our body which produces energy for living beings to function. Using bacterial activity, they made heat engines and are advancing their research work to recognize the practical applications of the nano heat engines in cars, batteries. The bacteria heat engines is a highly promising technology of the future.
Prof A K Sood narrated his laboratory stories to explicate the splendor of multidisciplinary research which can be used to solve basic problems. He said, “The key to successful scientific research is to collaborate with experts beyond their own domain. Communication and appreciation of views of an open mind enable the scientists to understand the various phenomena. Students and researchers should be curious which will lead to research having various interdisciplinary applications that will make an impact across various domains.”
About thousand participants from IISc,IITs, NITs,IIITs, IISERs, several Indian Universities including University of Hyderabad, Delhi University, NEHU, Pondicherry University, Punjab University; a few foreign Universities including KAUST, Saudi Arabia, Nagoya University, Japan, Zhejiang Ocean University, China, Teesside University, UK, several Engineering Colleges; National Laboratories of DST, DBT, CSIR, ISRO, DRDO, ICMR, BARC, JNCASR, ARIES, ARCI; industries including ARBL, Tata Steel have attended the distinguished lecture given by Prof Ajay Sood.
Workshop on “Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Healthcare” in collaboration with IEEE-SRM AP Student Branch
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh organizes workshop on “Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Healthcare” in collaboration with IEEE-SRM AP Student Branch. Prof. D. Narayana Rao, Pro Vice-Chancellor will inaugurate the workshop on 25th July, 2020 at 9:30 am with the opening remarks. Dr. Muralikrishna Voonna, Managing Director, Mahatma Gandhi Cancer Hospital & Research Institute will deliver a Guest Lecture on “Impact of AI in Clinical Healthcare”. Further, during the session, Guest Lecturer, Dr. Rajiv Janardhanan, Director, Amity Institute of Public Health, Professor ACVB will be speaking on “Sustainable Healthcare: AI enabled platforms for Affordable and Accessible Healthcare Solutions”.
Eminent panelists such as Padma Shree Awardee – Prof. Upendra Kaul, Dr. Pooja Ramakant, Dr. Sunil Taneja, Dr. Muralikrishna Voonna, and Dr. Rajiv Janardhanan will be interacting on “Impact of Covid-19, AI on Healthcare”. Prof. Priya Ranjan, Department of ECE , SRM AP will be moderating the session during the workshop. Attend this insightful event to understand the approach in which AI is reinventing and improving the modern healthcare through technologies that can estimate, comprehend, explore, and perform effectively.
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SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh organizes webinar on 8th July 2020 at 10 a.m. titled “Inspire the Inspired: Excellent Research Opportunity in SRM University – AP” to engage the DST-INSPIRE students. Prof. Vajja Sambasiva Rao, Vice-Chancellor, SRM University-AP, will be preceding the webinar with the welcome remarks, and Prof. D Narayana Rao, Pro Vice-Chancellor, SRM University-AP, will be delivering a presentation that would introduce the phenomenal research activities and facilities of the university to the audience. Prof. V. Kannan, Professor, Department of Mathematics, Dr. Jatindra Kumar Dash, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Dr. Goutam Dalapati, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Dr. Sutharsan Govindarajan, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Dr. G.S. Vinod Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Nimai Mishra, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, and Dr. Vaddi Ramesh, Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering will be representing their respective department in the webinar to showcase the research being conducted by the expert faculty.
Each panelist will deliver a talk on the profile of the faculty members of their individual departments. They would discuss the contemporary research areas and focus of the faculty members that has the potential to bring revolutionary changes in the domain. Apart from it, the informative sessions will encompass a brief on the facilities available and planned at SRM AP, accomplishments of the faculty, national and International collaborations made and planned, products and processes being developed, ongoing sponsored research projects, key publications, patents filed and published, national and international conferences organized, DST inspire faculty and DBT Ramaligangashwni fellows at SRM AP, nature index ranking and the contribution of the faculty members of the university, and advantages to be endowed to the students.
Prof. V Kannan, during his session in the webinar, will urge the students to revel in Mathematics. He believes that ideas are more important than routine calculations. Prof. V Kannan says, “Research in Mathematics often consists of recognizing patterns and commonalities and using them to bring several items under one umbrella”. Similarly, Dr. Jatindra Kumar Dash will convey the strength of the department of Computer Science and Engineering to invite the best minds for participating in research activities in the department. He says, “We intend to demonstrate a few ongoing research works in the department and their outcomes in terms of funded project, quality publications and patents.”
Dr. Goutam Dalapati will discuss about the stimulating research opportunity in the Department of Physics, SRM AP. “Friendly and highly qualified experienced faculty with interdisciplinary research makes SRM AP a unique place for research and development. Cutting edge technology for renewable energy, molecular electronics, optical communication, CO2 conversion and energy storage together with materials innovation for next-generation memory, lead free perovskites, flexible devices superhydrophobic/philic surface, self healing, computational screening for materials library are some of the research that are being steered in the department of Physics.”, informs Dr. Goutam Dalapati.
Dr. G. S. VinodKumar will be introducing the prolific profile of the faculty members of the Department of Mechanical Engineering who have completed their Ph.D. and Post-Doctoral Research from the Institutes of International repute. He articulates, “Since inception, the department with its full effort built and continue building the research infrastructure and dedicated Centers of Excellence to facilitate quality research – 3D printing, Advanced Manufacturing, Materials Processing & Characterization, and FE Simulation, to name but a few. The faculty members of the department spanned collaboration with various national and international institutes to ensure quality in research.“ Dr. G. S. VinodKumar will also inform about the inter-disciplinary research culture at SRM AP and that the scholars who enrolls in the department for Ph.D. will get enriched in various disciplines during their tenure. The uniqueness of the department is the Industrial research carried out by the faculty members, that leads to a product or process development and reaches the end-users within a short span of time. The faculty members of the department constantly publish paper in high-quality journals and file patents. The department of Mechanical Engineering provides opportunity for the scholar to learn the methods of doing research which will enable the students to become independent researchers in their carrier.
Dr. Nimai Mishra will present the on-going invigorating research activities in the Department of Chemistry, SRM-AP. His presentation will also cover available research facilities at SRM AP and some of the recent research accomplishments of the faculty members of the department. Further, Dr. Vaddi Ramesh will discuss about the various exciting research opportunities, and facilities available within the Departments of ECE and EEE at SRMAP. The various research strengths, faculty credentials, ongoing and planned sponsored research projects and important publications by faculty will be presented along with a window into few major research activities within the ECE & EEE Departments.
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