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Nanotechnology in Conventional & Alternate Energy. A two day seminar on August 12-13, 2013 at UPES Campus, Dehradun, India.

Nanotechnology in Conventional & Alternate Energy. A two day seminar on August 12-13, 2013 at UPES Campus, Dehradun, India.


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  • 1. First International Seminar Nanotechnology in Conventional and Alternate Energy Systems GlobalStatus and Pathway 12-13 August 2013: UPES Campus, Dehradun www.nano-energy.in | nanoseminar@ddn.upes.ac.in OBJECTIVES •To disseminate the current advancements and challenges in the development of multifunctional Nanotechnology tools in the major areas such as energy and environment •To provide a platform for discussing the potential changes in the national energy mix and how nanotechnology partnerships in the academic and industry fields could potentially lead to innovation and invention, ultimately leading to a low carbon pathway. •To bring together all the common stakeholders who will brainstorm on the crucial issues pertaining to theory, process, and practice of innovation and entrepreneurship in the of Nano-science and Nano-technology domain. KEY CONFIRMED SPEAKERS  Dr. Manish Anand, Area Convener, Science, Technology & InnovationArea,TERI Mr. D.B.S. Sethi, Director, Directorate of Materials, DRDO Dr.R.K.Sapru, Institute of Reservoir Studies, ONGC Dr.VAravind, Clarion University, Pennsylvania Dr. Unni Pillai, CNSE, State University at Albany Dr. Makoto Hirayama, CNSE, State University atAlbany Dr.Young Ho Kim, Kyungpook National University, Korea THRUSTAREAS •Nanotechnology in Conventional and Alternate Energy •State of Development of Nanotechnology: A Global Snapshot •Market enhancement of Nanotechnology •Current Status action points for the Nanotechnology Partnership in Academia, Business, and Government •Business Incubation and Acceleration Services for the Nano- energy sector •Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Nanotechnology •Managing the Adoption of Technological Innovation OBJECTIVES •To disseminate the current advancements and challenges in the development of multifunctional Nanotechnology tools in the major areas such as energy and environment •To provide a platform for discussing the potential changes in the national energy mix and how nanotechnology partnerships in the academic and industry fields could potentially lead to innovation and invention, ultimately leading to a low carbon pathway. •To bring together all the common stakeholders who will brainstorm on the crucial issues pertaining to theory, process, and practice of innovation and entrepreneurship in the of Nano-science and Nano-technology domain. Dr. R K Malhotra Director IOCL (R&D) Dr. Pradeep Haldar Professor, CNSE, SUNYAlbany, NY Dr. Harry Efstathiadis Professor, CNSE SUNYAlbany, NY KEY CONFIRMED SPEAKERS  Dr. Manish Anand, Area Convener, Science, Technology & InnovationArea,TERI Mr. D.B.S. Sethi, Director, Directorate of Materials, DRDO Dr.R.K.Sapru, Institute of Reservoir Studies, ONGC Dr.VAravind, Clarion University, Pennsylvania Dr. Unni Pillai, CNSE, State University at Albany Dr. Makoto Hirayama, CNSE, State University atAlbany Dr.Young Ho Kim, Kyungpook National University, Korea REGISTRATION (Last date 31stJuly 2013) Industry: Rs 7000 per Delegate Academic/Government/NFP Official: Rs 3000 per Delegate Research Scholars and Students: Rs 1000 per Student Delegate Registration fee should be paid in the form of demand draft (favoring “UPES Fees Account”, payable at Dehradun) orWireTransfer (Details are given on the website) POSTER SESSION A dedicated poster session is organized to present your research as a means for generating active discussion in the forum. Posters must be submitted as per the guidelines. Kindly visit the website http://www.nano-energy.in/poster- presentation for more details.The best posters will be rewarded with attractive prizes. Dr.Gyu Man Kim Kyungpook National University Korea Mr.Ashwini Aggarwal Director, Applied Materials Mr., Billa Bhandari Founder & CEO Go Secure KEY CONFIRMED SPEAKERS  Dr. Manish Anand, Area Convener, Science, Technology & InnovationArea,TERI Mr. D.B.S. Sethi, Director, Directorate of Materials, DRDO Dr.R.K.Sapru, Institute of Reservoir Studies, ONGC Dr.VAravind, Clarion University, Pennsylvania Dr. Unni Pillai, CNSE, State University at Albany Dr. Makoto Hirayama, CNSE, State University atAlbany Dr.Young Ho Kim, Kyungpook National University, Korea REGISTRATION (Last date 31stJuly 2013) Industry: Rs 7000 per Delegate Academic/Government/NFP Official: Rs 3000 per Delegate Research Scholars and Students: Rs 1000 per Student Delegate Registration fee should be paid in the form of demand draft (favoring “UPES Fees Account”, payable at Dehradun) orWireTransfer (Details are given on the website) SEMINARVENUE Dehradun is well connected to the rest of the country by train, air, road ways and one can reach the Bidholi village Campus of UPES by taxies. It is around 25 Km from the city center (Ghanta-ghar) and 9 km from Nanda Ki Chowki on Chakrata Road. CONTACT DETAILS Dr. SanketGoel sgoel@ddn.upes.ac.in Mobile: +91-7579151182 University of Petroleum and Energy Studies Bidholi CampusOffice EnergyAcres PO Bidholi via Prem Nagar Dehradun 248 007 Dr. SreekanthVenkataraman svenkataraman@ddn.upes.ac.in Mobile: +91-8393888820 ACCOMMODATION Dehradun has a number of hotels and guest houses catering to various types of tourists. Delegates may kindly visit the website (www.nano-energy.in/register-now) for further details.