Bridge gap between researchers engineers

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Addressing the inaugural programme of two-day national workshop on ‘Technological Advances in Materials and Processes’ at Seminar Hall here on Friday under the aegis of Mechanical Engineering department of the university, the V-C said processes and products drive the industry.

Kakinada: JNTU-K vice-chancellor Prof V S S Kumar called upon young men and women in engineering studies to look at the great opportunities emerging in the manufacturing sector.

Addressing the inaugural programme of two-day national workshop on ‘Technological Advances in Materials and Processes’ at Seminar Hall here on Friday under the aegis of Mechanical Engineering department of the university, the V-C said processes and products drive the industry.

He said advanced materials and processes are important areas of research in Engineering Science and Technology, and require a critical focus on bridging the gap between researchers and engineers.

Registrar Prof G V R Prasada Raju said advanced materials and processes play an increasingly important role in the global economy and in daily life.

University campus college principal Prof V Ramachandra Raju said researchers and engineers strive to develop new devices and processes using mathematical and analytical tools to create technologies to handle the rapidly expanding range of materials and manufacturing processes.

Scientist F DRDO Hyderabad Dr Partha Goshal, scientist E Advanced Systems Laboratory Hyderabad Dr I Srikanth, scientist F DMRL Hyderabad Dr G Madhusudhan Reddy Prof D Ravi Kumar IIT New Delhi are the resource persons for the two-day national level workshop.

Vice-principal and HoD of Mechanical Engineering Dr B Balakrishna presided over the programme and M Madhusudhan Prasad was acting as coordinator for the two-day programme.

Heads of various departments, faculty from JNTU-K and affiliated colleges, research scholars and PG students were present. The deliberations of the workshop provided an opportunity for students and researchers to present the latest advances in materials processing evaluation and their various applications.

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