Rama Krishna Sangem
A 3 -day International Conference on Ultrasonics and Material Sciences for Advanced Technology (ICUMSAT-2022) will be conducted by Telangana Univesity (TU), Dichpally, Nizamahad from August 1 to 3. 2022. Union Science and Technology secretary Srivari Chandrasekhar, All India Council for Technical Education Chairman Anil Sahasrabudhe will be prominent among those who will turn up.
TU Vice-chancellor Prof D Ravinder Gupta and Telangana State Council of Higher Education Chairman Prof R Limbadri released poster on the conference – ICUMSAT – at the varsity campus on July 18. The main theme of the conference is “Practice of Ultrasonics and other non-conventional energy sources and activation methods“. The theme deals with nano science and technology, chemical synthesis, advanced materials, botany, zoology, mathematics and physics.
Prof Ravinder told Excel India that around 1,000 delegates from different countries would participate in this prestigious conference -ICUMSAT. This is the 46th conference in the field of ultrasonics and allied research in India. While Prof Ravinfer is the chief patron of the meeting, TU registrar Prof K Shiv Shankar is the patron. Dr Chandra Sekhar Vasam is the secretary of the organising committee, while Dr Yudhister Kumar Yadav is its co-convener.
This is the first time that such a conference ICUMSAT is held at TU, said Prof Ravinder. More than 20 delegates from abroad will attend the event. The DST (Department of Science and Technology), TS Council of Higher Education and other top agencies have sponsored the conference. This is also an occasion for physics students of TU and other varsities to know more about the subject.
The deliberations will help latest technologies in solar power and its application in day to day use. Similarly, ICUMSAT will also deal with the research in advanced material technologies in improving efficiency of batteries. “Such conferences will not only help Telangana image abroad, but also inspire our local students to get exposure to international gatherings,” said Prof Ravinder.