Webinar on Post Covid-19 Challenges and opportunities for Aerospace Engineering
Resource Person : Dr.Mylswamy Annadurai, Vice President for Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology (TNSCST) and Former Director, ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC), Bangalore
Date : 29th May 2020
Time : 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
About the Webinar
With the support of Management, Principal, HOD-Mech, Faculties,the Department of Mechanical Engineering organizedthe webinar “Post Covid-19 Challenges and opportunities for Aerospace Engineering” on 29thMay at 10.30AM to 12PM.
The resource person is Dr.Mylswamy Annadurai, Vice President for Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology (TNSCST) and Former Director, ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC), Bangalore.
There was an overwhelming response from participants around 200+ participants registered for this program, which includes more number of faculties from various colleges of our country.
Dr.Mylswamy Annadurai, popularly known as Moon Man of India, is an Indian scientist working as Vice President for Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology (TNSCST), Chairman of the board of governors, National Design and Research Forum(NDRF). Before taking this assignment he was with the Indian Space Research Organisation and served as director, ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC), Bangalore. During his 36 years of service in ISRO, he had some of the major contributions, including two of the major missions of ISRO, namely Chandrayaan-1 and Mangalyaan. Annadurai has been listed among 100 Global thinkers of 2014 and topped the innovator’s list.
His works are mentioned in textbooks of Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education.
He has briefed about the various opportunities available in all the fields of engineering after post-COVID-19. He emphasized the engineers to utilize this situation to invent and develop more advancement in the field of automation, IoT, Industry 4.0, use drone technology to enhance the service in the agricultural sector.
May the aerospace and aeronautical engineering to invent and develop more nanomaterials to make the space crafts to be much more compact in comparison to the existing satellite.
More number of participants raise the questions with the expert and clear their doubts.
Dr.T.Chandrashekar, Principal, RajaRajeswari College of Engineering give the vote of thanks and conclude the webinar.
Dr.C.Ramesh, HoD-Mech, and Dr.M.Karthikeyan, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering coordinating the webinar.
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