The seminar brings together experts from industry, government, defence, academia, research and end users to examine and discuss new advances in manufacturing sciences and technology that would have maximum impact on end-user industry, such as, Aerospace,Automobile,Power sector, etc.
In the present global economic scenario, advances in manufacturing sciences and technology are expected to contribute significantly to global economic revival and its sustainability. Keeping this in mind as well as the interests of researchers and the industry, the Bangalore chapter of IIM is organizing a two-day seminar and one day Techmart session entitled “Advances in Manufacturing Sciences & Technology”. This seminar provides a forum, wherein researchers, metallurgical industry representatives, equipment manufacturers and end-users can meet and discover current trends and future opportunities in the manufacturing sciences and technology.
Some of the proposed speakers are the captains of industry and R&D establishments, namely, HAL, BHEL, NTPC, CPRI, HINDALCO, NALCO and DAE.
The Objectives of the seminar are
* To provide a forum to facilitate interaction between the R&D and industry experts together with the captains of industry and metallurgical equipment manufacturers.
* To disseminate current state of art practices and learn about the future trends in the industrywhichwould make it complete in the future.
* To identify potential research and opportunity areas for researchers and industry.
* To learn about how the Indian companies are standing up to the global challenges of future.
* To network for better future benefits.
A limited number of 30 minute sessions are available for manufacturers to make product presentations on 24th September 2011. This is a rare opportunity for manufacturers to make presentations about their equipments, processes and capabilities to a large gathering of leaders and decision makers of the Indian
industry, senior executives from PSUs, Government factories, Defence establishments, R&D Establishments and Entrepreneurs from all over India who are potential takers of the technology and exhibits. Interested manufacturers should mail to email@example.com. The opportunity of presentation is for a limited number of manufacturers purely on a FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVED basis.
Who should participate?
From professional organizations - Engineers, Scientists and Researchers from R&D organizations, Defence establishments, Research laboratories and Industry.
From academic institutions: Researchers, Faculty members and Students. Entrepreneurs, Engineers and Managers of Industrial Enterprises.
Seminar Organizing Committee:
Mr.V.Babu Sathian,M/s Process Pumps (I) Pvt. Ltd.
Dr.Chandan Srivastava, IISc (convener)
Dr.R.Raghavendra Bhat,HAL (F&F)
Mr.T.Ravi Kumar,M/s. Trinity NDT Engineers
Mr.R. Shiva Kumar,M/s. Trinity NDT Engineers
The Indian Institute of Metals-Bangalore Chapter
The Indian Institute of Metals was conceived in 1945 when our ordnance factories whose communication with and access to better technologies in advanced countries had been severed due to the ongoing war. It was then that a few metallurgists realized the importance of and unanimously agreed to form a
structured body of metallurgists in India. The current membership exceeds 10,000. Some of the nation's best metallurgists and materials engineers have been associated with IIM in various capacities. The Bangalore Chapter is one of the 52 chapters of the IIM.The Bangalore chapter of IIM organizes the prestigious Prof. Brahm Prakash Memorial and Diamond Jubilee Lecturers,which are delivered by the leaders in the
field of metallurgy & materials and which are well received by the metallurgical and the materials community.
American Society of Metals- ASM International- Bangalore chapter
“ASM International is a worldwide society that has served Materials Science and Technology for almost 100 years with chapter all over the world with a commitment to learning and education, emerging technologies and connecting the global materials community.Ever since its inception fromDecember
2006,BengalooruChapter of theASMInternational held a series of technical presentations, number of council meetings, an International Expo & Conference and couple of workshops. As Bengalooru chapter believes in
serving Materials professional, non-technical personnel and managers worldwide by providing High quality material information, education and training, networking opportunities and professional development resources in cost-effective and user-friendly formats.”
MetEx India 2011 in brief...
Date September 22-24,2011 (Thu, Fri & Sat)
Time Sep 22-23 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sep 24 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Venue Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, 10th Mile, Tumkur Road, Madavara Post, Dasanapura Hobli, Bangalore-562123, India
Countries represented Austria, China, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, USA, besides India
For any queries please contact:
Indian Institute of Metals, Bangalore chapter C/o Department of
Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore-560012
Phone (O):080-28395327; Fax:080-28395328
or For registrations call Mr. Ravi Kumar .T or Mr. Shiva Kumar. R, Organizing Committee Members on +91 99009 29439 / 9844129439 /080-28366466