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IIT Kanpur to conduct 11-day long workshop

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The workshop intends to support National Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical System (NM-ICPS)

A prestigious workshop on “Mechatronics and Microfabrication (MechMicroFab-2022)” has been hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur). Beginning on December 5 and running through December 15, 2022, is the workshop.

The high-end workshop supports the National Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical System (NM-ICPS) and seeks to equip the following generation of researchers with the ability to adapt and evolve with scientific research and modern technologies in a rapidly changing global manufacturing scenario.

A platform for training in fundamental and sophisticated control systems, mechatronics, statistical tools, contemporary manufacturing, and precise micro- or nanoscale fabrication technologies is provided by MechMicroFab-2022. Additionally, the trained researchers will share Skill India and Atmanirbhar Bharat’s goal.

Professor Janakarajan Ramkumar and Professor Sarvesh Kumar Mishra from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIT Kanpur are the workshop’s coordinators. To supplement instruction on numerous theme study topics, lecturers from a variety of reputable institutions will present their work.

Professor J Ramkumar said that there are 40 students attending the workshop, including a significant number of women researchers from all around the country.

Adding to it Professor Sarvesh Kumar Mishra said that the participants will receive practical instruction on cutting-edge machinery, designing and carrying out experiments, gathering and analysing data, and basic manners for maintaining expensive precision machining and additive manufacturing systems that cover a variety of application industries from the biomedical to the defence, aerospace, and automotive sectors. Priority will be given to sharing information in a few areas that are currently underexplored during the 11-day programme.

The Department of Science and Technology-Science and Engineering Research Board (DST-SERB), Government of India, is funding MechMicroFab-2022.