1. Faculty Development Program
The Department of Chemistry, conducted Faculty Development Program (FDP) on RECENT ADVANCES IN MATERIAL SCIENCE from 09th – 13th January 2017 in association with The Electrochemical Society of India and the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. The programme was inaugurated by Prof. E. S. Dwarakadasa, President, ECSI, IISc., followed by a keynote address. Faculties from various colleges attended the programme. We received an overwhelming response.
The Faculty Development Program was designed to explore the implications of Material Science with an objective to encourage young minds to enhance their research abilities by providing an opportunity to meet experts in the field. The Resource Persons for this programme were from IISc., RRI, Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences, SABIC and other reputed Industries. The programme covered, Polymer Composites, Metal Finishing for Engineers, Organic Solar Cells, Nanocomposites, Conducting Polymer, Energy Storage and Conversion Devices, Trace Element Contamination of the Environment E-Waste Recycling – Best Option for Resource Conservation & Environmental Protection and Ecofriendly Pretreatment. On the whole, the programme was successful.
Keynote address by Prof. E. S. Dwarakadasa, President, ECSI, IISc., Bengaluru
Lighting of the Lamp by the dignitaries with the chief guest Dr. K.S. Rangappa, Vice chancellor, KSOU, Mysore.
The Department of Chemistry organized a One Day Workshop on Recent Advances in Electrochemical & Surface Science and Engineering on 26th August 2010.
The workshop was to give an insight on many technologies such as Energy Storage, Fuel Cells, Non-conventional Energy Systems, Corrosion Science & Material Protection, Electroplating & Surface Engineering, Electrochemical Sensors & Devices, Electrochemical Process Engineering & Technology and Environmental Pollution.
Experts from reputed research Institutions and Universities working on different aspects of electrochemistry delivered lectures on ‘Recent Developments in Electrochemical and Surface Sciences’. The main objective of the workshop was to facilitate teachers and students to interact and update their knowledge on emerging trends in the field of electrochemistry. Overall, the Workshop was successful in all respects.