Recent Advances in Alternative & Renewable Energy Technologies at DTU

HTCampus Expert updated on : 08 Dec 2015

Department of Mechanical, Automobile and Production& Industrial Engineering organising Recent Advances in Alternative & Renewable Energy Technologies

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Department of Mechanical, Automobile and Production& Industrial Engineering of Delhi Technological University (DTU) conducting a workshop on Recent Advances in Alternative & Renewable Energy Technologies funded by Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP)-II during December 7-11, 2015.

With the pollution levels reaching to alarming levels, world over there is a quest to search for the environment friendly alternative energy technologies. Renewable technologies are potential sources of clean energy and their optimal use may lead to minimize environmental impacts, produce minimum secondary wastes prove them economically viable. Sun is the cause of all energies. The primary forms of solar energy are heat and light.

Target Participants:

The programme is open to the faculty of AICTE approved educational institutions and the professionals from research organizations and Industries.

Registration:

Registration form in the prescribed format approved/sponsored by competent authority should reach to the Course Coordinator on or before 10th November 2015. There is no Registration fee for participants from AICTE approved institutions, however a DD of Rs500/- in favour of the registrar DTU payable at Delhi, has to be attached with the application which will be returned to the participants on successful completion of the course (if not being shortlisted, it shall be returned by post). Advance registration is Mandatory. For industry professionals, the registration fee is Rs 2500/ per person in the form of DD favouring Registrar, DTU, Delhi.

Accommodation and Travel:

Accommodation for few pre-registered delegatescan be arranged in Campus Guest house or Hostels on payment basis if available. The delegates will have to bear the expenses. TA/DA will not be paid for attending the STC. However, working lunch/tea/snacks will be provided during course.

Topics to be covered:

  • Waste to Energy
  • Biomass and Biofuels
  • Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal
  • Wind, Hydral and Geothermal
  • Alternate cleaner fuels (CNG/LPG)
  • Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
  • Engine performance and emissions

Important Dates:

Last date for receipt of applications: Registration form complete in all respect may be sent to the course coordinators latest by November 10, 2015.

Information to selected candidates, November 20, 2015 (On DTU website)

 

Source: Amit & Abhinav Ahuja, HT Campus Specialists

 

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