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Guest lecture by Department of Mathematics (CoES) on ‘Space Exploration- Indian Perspective’

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The Department of Mathematics organized a Guest lecture for Aerospace, Avionics, Electronics & MechanicalEngineering students on 20th March, 2014.

The Department of Mathematics organized a Guest lecture for Aerospace, Avionics, Electronics & MechanicalEngineering students on 20th March, 2014.

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  • 1. Guest Lecture on ‘Space Exploration- Indian Perspective’ The Department of Mathematics organized a Guest lecture for Aerospace, Avionics, Electronics and MechanicalEngineering students on 20th March, 2014. The speaker, Mr. Deepak Negi, is a Scientist in Applied Mathematics Division, Aero Flight Dynamics group at Vikram Sarabhai Space Center, a launch vehicle development center of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Trivandrum, India. Mr. Deepak Negiprovided significant contributions to India's first lunar mission in terms of satellite injection studies and trajectory visualization for the Moon Impact Probe (MIP). He worked for India's first Mars Mission. As an interplanetary trajectory design expert in ISRO, he provided significant contribution in the study phase by identifying the launch opportunities with the minimum propellant requirement for the 2013-2020 periods. Mr. Negi is presently working for the ‘future interplanetary missions design studies for the other planets, Asteroids and to libration points’. Deepak Negi Dr. Mukesh Kumar, Head, Department of Mathematics (CoES), introduced the speaker to a large gathering of audience comprising the faculty and students of the departments of Mathematics, Aerospace Engineering, Electronics Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Mr. Negi delivered his talk on the topic ‘Space Exploration-Indian Perspective’. During the course of his lecture, he enlightened the audience on ‘Indian Space Program’ and highlighted on various aspects of Indian launch vehicle evolution, Sounding rockets, Indian space exploration, Inter-planetary missions, Exploration of Moon, Chandrayaan-1, Exploration of Mars, Mars Mission, MOM satellite, and Mars Orbiter Mission. Mr. Deepak Negi delivering his lecture Student gathering This talk was highly appreciated by the audience and it has been found very useful for our students. Dr. S. K. Banerjee, Associate Dean CoES, Dr. Om Prakash, HoD, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Dr. UgurGuven, Professor, Aerospace Engineering, Dr. PiyushKuchhal, HoD Physics,Dr. Vipin Kumar, Assistant Professor (SS) of Mathematics, Mr. VasudevKesavan from Mechanical Engineering and other faculty members attended the lecture.