NIT Sgr to organize NCONAD-2013 in October

SRINAGAR: The Department of Physics of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) is organizing a National Level Conference on Nanomaterial and Devices (NCONAD-2013) in the month of October at SKICC Srinagar. The scope of the Conference is to focus on the current status and future prospects of research in the thrust areas of the Nano-technology.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Science and Technology Mr. Feroz Ahmad Khan after viewing power point presentation presented by Dr. G. R. Khan, Convener, Nanotechnology Research Lab, Department of Physics, NIT Srinagar, here today.

The Chairman and Head, Department of Physics, NIT, Srinagar Dr. M. M. Ahmad and other senior officers of the NIT and Science and Technology Department were present on the occasion.

The Minister said that during the Conference several plenary and technical sessions will be held besides some renowned scientists of the country will deliver the key note lectures. He said they each plenary session will focus on general theme.

The Minister said that the Conference will provide an outstanding opportunity to researchers of the country in general and of the region particular to present their work in presence in front of leading researchers of their discipline.

Mr. Feroz said that the Conference will facilitate the exchange of latest research, current practices and future trends in the field of Nanomaterial and devices that would best fit for the National as well as Global needs.

Giving details of holding the first ever National level Conference at Srinagar, Dr. G. R. Khan said that about 200 to 300 researchers from the various Institutions of the country are expected to participate and contribute the conference proceedings that will cover diverse topics of current and future interests. He said that the Scientists and Researchers of the Jammu and Kashmir State would be most beneficial during the Conference.

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