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Bringing together different disciplines of the global community to present, discuss, and network for creating economically viable solutions.

Given the current demand at the global level for energy and the necessity to protect the environment, there are growing pressures to find alternative sources. Suitable and affordable energy is important for socio-economic development. Meeting the energy needs in an economic and sustainable approach requires responsible actions. The major source for non-renewable energy is fossil fuel but with associated environmental problems. With the challenges being quite evident, the industry needs reliable and affordable energy to become productive and competitive. At the same time, it has to find an appropriate balance between its growing demand for energy and the urgent need to protect the environment. Modern technologies combined with industrialization have caused serious damage to the environment. Research in this field has grown over the years to find alternative and affordable energy sources with minimal impact on the society. Governments are looking for ‘green’ solutions.

In 2015, the first international conference on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Environment (RESE), was launched as part of a series of conferences taking place every two years, to seek solutions through applied research and collaboration with partners across the world. The first conference focused on the research aspects of renewable energy technologies and environmental impact.

RESE 2017 will seek to promote sustainable environment through applied research benefitting the society at large. It will bring together different disciplines of the global community to present, discuss, and network for creating economically viable solutions. This conference will aim to exhibit and enable the innovations to benefit both the urban and rural masses.

Conference Themes

Renewable Energy Technologies: Best Practices and Applications

a. Wind Energy
b. Solar Energy
c. Bio Energy
d. Hybrid Systems
e. Energy Storage
f. Smart and Micro Grids
g. Energy Efficiency
h. Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
i. Internet of Things (IoT) for
Energy Management

Sustainable Environment: Prospects, Challenges and Innovations

a. Green Building
b. Waste Management
c. E-Waste Management
d. Waste Water Treatment
e. Clean Water and Sanitation
f. Sustainable Livelihood
g. Air and Water Quality
h. Carbon sequestration
i. Tools for Sustainable Development
Management

Education, Skill Development, Employment and Entrepreneurship

a. Education and Relevance
b. Skilling Landscape and Ecosystem
c. Green Entrepreneurship
and Innovation
d. Occupational Standards on
Energy and Environment
e. Partnership and Business Models

Social Impact and Community Engagement

a. Energy and Environment Policy
Regulations
b. Rain Water Harvesting
c. Climate Change
d. Social Entrepreneurship
e. Corporate Social Responsibility
f. Building Heaalthy Sustainable
Communities
g. Community Participation

SCHEDULE

Learn more about the happenings at MCET RESE 2017

Registration

08.30-17.00

Centenary Center

Opening session    (Click)

> Welcome by Dr Ranga Palniswamy
> Address by Secretary
> Address by Chairman
> Address by Chief Guest
> Release of abstract book/souvenir
> Address by Guest of Honors (Prof Mohammad Taherzadeh and Prof Jonathan Wong)
> Signing of MOU – Dr Kalyan Chakravarthy

09.30-10.30

Opening of Exhibition and Inauguration of Environ Truck

10.30-11.00

TEA / COFFEE (11.00-11.30)

11.00-11.30

Plenary talk 1    (Click)

  • Jonathan Wong - Waste to wealth: Food waste management Chair -

11.30-12.15

Plenary talk 2    (Click)

  • S Venkata Mohan - Waste-Energy Nexus: Re-engineering remediation towards biorefinery Chair -

12.15-13.00

LUNCH (13.00-14.00)

13.00-14.00

Session: I – Topic    (Click)

  Session: I-A

  • TOPIC- Solar Energy
  • CHAIRS -
Session: I- B
  • TOIPC- Environmental Pollution Control- Green Processes and Technologies
  • CHAIRS -

14.00-16.00

Session I – Invited Talk    (Click)

Session I - A :: Invited talk

  • Ravi Seethapathy Energy Efficiency enables high Penetra on of Renewables
Session I - B :: Invited talk
  • Chitra Rajagopal Green Technologies for Sustainable Environment

14.00-14.30

Session I – Invited Talk    (Click)

Session I - A :: Invited talk

  • Deepak Gadhia Evolution of Solar Concentrator technology in India and its application in cooking, process heating, process cooling and other applications and way ahead with Global Scenario
Session I - B :: Invited talk
  • Vignesh Subramaniam Used Oil Re-Refining

14.30-15.00

Session I – Invited Talk    (Click)

Session I - A :: Invited talk

  • Periyasamy Thilakan Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant: An Outdoor Performance analysis
Session I - B :: Invited speakers
  • Kshipra Misra DRDO Arsenic Removal Technology: A Sustainable Solution for Arsenic Poisoning of Water

15.00-15.30

Session I – Short Oral    (Click)

Session I - A

  • Short oral 1
Session I - B
  • Short oral 2

15.30-15.45

Session I – Short Oral    (Click)

Session I - A

  • Short oral 3
Session I - B
  • Short oral 4

15.45-16.00

TEA / COFFEE (16.00-16.30)

16.00-16.30

Session II – Panel Discussion – 1    (Click)

Moderator- Ashok Pandey
TOPIC- Education , Skill development , Employment and Entrepreneurship
Panelists-

  • Arun Sharma
  • Manish Anand
  • Martin Scherfler
  • Hemaselvan

16.30-18.00

CULTURAL PROGRAM

18.30-19.30

DINNER

19.30-20.30

Registration

08:00-17:00

Plenary 3       (Click)

  • Mohammad Taherzadeh- Solid waste management and resource recovery: A Swedish perspective

09:00-09:45

Plenary 4       (Click)

  • Thallada Bhaskar- Biomass to Bio-fuels and Chemicals through Thermo-chemical pathways

09.45 - 10.30

TEA / COFFEE (10:00 -10:30)

10:00 -10:30

Session III – Topic    (Click)

Session III - A

  • Topic- Wind Energy
  • Chair:
Session III - B
  • Topic-Water and Environment
  • Chair:
Session III - C
  • Topic- Sustainable Agriculture
  • Chair:

10.30 - 13.00

Session III – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session III - A :: Invited speaker

  • Ramesh Kymal Renewable energy: Wind
Session III - B :: Invited talk
  • Kalanidhi Vairavamoorthy Water treatment technologies
Session III - C :: Invited speaker
  • Kesang Tshomo Bhutan’s vision to be organic and the journey so far and the plans towards achieving the aspirations

10.30 -11.00

Session III – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session III - A :: Invited speaker

  • Sriram Narayanamurthy Need of DC Microgrid and Appliances in Indian Context
Session III - B :: Invited talk
  • Ila Chauhan Technologies for Sustainable development

11.00 -11.30

Session III – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session III - C :: Invited speaker

  • Madhu Ramakrishnan Natural farming and sustainable agriculture practices

11.30 -12.00

Session III – Short Oral / Workshop    (Click)

Session III - A

  • Short oral 5
Session III - B
  • Short oral 6
Session III - C
  • Workshop

12:00 -12:15

Session III – Short Oral / Workshop    (Click)

Session III - A

  • Short oral 7
Session III - B
  • Short oral 8
Session III - C
  • Workshop

12:15 -12:30

Session III – Short Oral / Workshop    (Click)

Session III - A

  • Short oral 9
Session III - B
  • Short oral 10
Session III - C
  • Workshop

12.30 -12.45

Session III – Short Oral / Workshop    (Click)

Session III - A

  • Short oral 11
Session III - B
  • Short oral 12

12.45 -13.00

LUNCH (13.00 -14:00)

13.00 -14:00

Session IV – Topic    (Click)

Session IV - A

  • Topic – Pollution Control and Abatement
  • Chair:
Session IV - B
  • Topic- Biomass & Biofuels
  • Chair:

14:00 -16.00

Session IV – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session IV - A :: Invited speaker

  • Sunita Varjani Pollution Control and Abatement - The Case of Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Session IV - B :: Invited speaker
  • Baskar Gurunathan Mahua indica seeds: A potential source of non-edible oil for biodiesel production

14:00 -14:30

Session IV – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session IV - A :: Invited speaker

  • Ruhit Jyoti Konwar Nickel dispersed templated carbons for hydrogen adsorption: Effect of templates and precursors- Carbon sequestration
Session IV - B :: Invited speaker
  • Jayeeta Bhaumik Biomass derived nano-lignin complexes: best out of the for applications in food and agriculture

14:30 -15:00

Session IV – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session IV - A :: Invited speaker

  • Ramachandra Gopalan Carbon sequestration

15.00 -15.30

Session IV – Short Oral    (Click)

Session IV - A

  • Short oral 13
Session IV - B
  • Short oral 14

15.30 -15.45

Session IV – Short Oral    (Click)

Session IV - A

  • Short oral 15
Session IV - B
  • Short oral 16

15.45 -16.00

TEA / COFFEE (16.00-16.30)

16.00-16.30

Session V – Panel Discussion 2    (Click)

Moderator- Ashok Pandey
Topic – Social Impact and Community Engagement
Panelists:

  • Pushpa Arabinddo
  • Archana Chugh
  • Elango R

16:30 -18.00

DINNER

19.30 -20.30

Plenary 5       (Click)

  • Rajeev K Sukumaran - Biomass based bio refineries for fuels and chemicals: Basics and the Center for Biofuels' initiatives

09:00 - 09:45

Plenary 6       (Click)

  • Martin Mkandawire - Clean Technology is recognized as a vital component for economic growth and environmental protection

09.45 - 10.30

TEA / COFFEE (10:30 – 11:00)

10:30 - 11:00

Session VI – Topic    (Click)

Session VI - A

  • Topic – Air Pollution Monitoring & Control
  • Chair:
Session VI - B
  • Topic- Environment & Sustainability
  • Chair:

11:00 - 12:30

Session VI – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session VI - A :: Invited speaker

  • Rajesh Lund Green Building
Session VI - B :: Invited speaker
  • Pushkar Ganesh Vaidhya UN Sustainable goals

11:00 - 11:30

Session VI – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session VI - A :: Invited speaker

  • Shankar S Zero emissions vehicles
Session VI - B :: Invited speaker
  • Subrahmanyam G V Use of sustainable technologies for environmental protection

11:30 - 12:00

Session VI – Invited Speaker / Talk    (Click)

Session VI - A :: Invited speaker

  • Rajkumar Samuel Air pollution monitoring

12.00 - 12.30

CLOSING SESSION

12.30 - 13.00

LUNCH

LUNCH

13.00 - 14.00

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REGISTRATION

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Knowledge Partners and Associates of MCET RESE 2017

  • Dr. Martin Mkandawire, Cape Breton University, Canada
  • Dr. Allen Britten, Cape Breton University, Canada
  • Dr. Kalanithy Vairavamoorthy, Deputy Director General (DDG) – Research, International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka
  • Ms. Kesang Tshomo, National Organic Programme, Ministry of Agriculture, Bhutan
  • Dr. Pushpaa Arabindoo, University College London, United Kingdom
  • Mr. Pushkar Ganesh Vaidhya, Scientist & Head, IARC | Center for United Nations, Mumbai, India
  • Dr. S. Gomathinayagam, Ex. Director General NIWE, National Institute of Wind Energy, Chennai
  • Prof. V. K. Dhamodharan, Director General, INGCORE
  • Mr. R.Chellapan, CEO, Swelect Systems
  • Mr. Elango Rangaswamy, Kuthambakkam, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Dr. R. Velraj, Professor & Director, Institute for Energy Studies, Anna University, India
  • Dr. K.Palanisami, Emeritus Professor, International Water Management Institute
  • Dr. B. M. Jaffar Ali, Head & Associate Professor, Centre for Green Energy & Technology, Pondicherry University, India
  • Dr. Thilakan, Associate Professor, Centre for Green Energy Technology, Pondicherry University
  • Mr. Deepak Gadhia, Chief Mentor, EnerSun Power Tech P. Ltd & Trustee of Muni Seva Ashram, India‎
  • Dr. G.V.Subrahmanyam, Ex-Adviser, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, India

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

MCET RESE 2017

  • Chief Patron
    Dr. M. Manickam,  Chairman, MCET
  • Patrons
    Shri. M. Harihara Sudhan, Correspondent, MCET
    Prof. C. Ramaswamy, Secretary, NIA Institutions
  • Conference Adviser
    Dr. Ibrahim Alladin, MCET
  • Conference Chairman
    Prof. Ashok Pandey, Eminent Scientist, Center of Innovative & Applied Bio processing, Mohali
  • Co-Chairman
    Dr. A. Rathinavelu, Principal In-Charge, MCET
  • Conference Secretary
    Dr. Ranga Palaniswamy, Director (Student Affairs), MCET
  • Convenors
    Dr. A. Senthilkumar, Professor of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MCET
    Dr. R.Venkatasubramani, Professor of Civil Engineering, MCET
  • Co-Convenors
    Dr. M. Kaliamoorthy, Associate Professor of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MCET
    Dr. N. Natarajan, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, MCET
  • Conference Proceedings
    Dr. P. Jayanthi, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, MCET

MEMBERS

MCET RESE 2017

  • Dr. T. Ratnamani, Professor & Head / R & D Co-ordinator
  • Dr. I. Rajendran, Professor, MCET
  • Dr. R. Ravindran, Associate Professor, MCET
  • Dr. K. N. Vijeyakumar, Associate Professor, MCET
  • Dr. G. V. Sriramachandran, Assistant Professor (SG), MCET
  • Dr. K. Vijayakumar,  Associate Professor, MCET
  • Dr. A. Sakthivel, Associate Professor, MCET
  • Mr. Swaminathan Appachi, Chief Coordinator, CIBIE
  • Mr. C. A. Sreeram – Head Training and Talent Development
  • Mr. K. Arul Kumaresan, Executive -Ind. Academia Relations
  • Dr. S. Ayyappan, Associate Professor, MCET
  • Mrs.J. Amudha, Assistant Professor (SG), MCET
  • Mrs.L. Chitra, Assistant Professor (SS), MCET
  • Mr. S. Madusudhanan, Assistant Professor (SS), MCET
  • Mr. M. Padmanaban, Assistant Professor, MCET
  • Mr. P. Kathirvel , Assistant Professor, MCET
  • Mr. C. Kannan, Assistant Professor, MCET
  • Mr. N. Shanmuga Sundaram, Assistant Professor, MCET
  • Mrs.P. Bhuvaneshwari, Assistant Professor, MCET
  • Dr. R. Ramesh, Assistant Professor, MCET
  • Mr. K. Sakthivel, Sr. Dep. Mgr. Accounts, MCET
  • Mr. S. Nagarajan, PO, Ext. Services, MCET
  • Mr. S. Ponraj, Executive Event Management, MCET
  • Mr. P. Vijayakumar, System Admin, ITeS, MCET
  • Mr. M. P. Mylsamy Coordinator, EDC
  • Er. S. K. Krishnaraj, Engineer Electrical, MCET
  • Er. D. Suresh, Engineer Civil, MCET
  • Mr. A. Senthil Kumar, Engineer Transport, MCET

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Bringing together different disciplines of the global community to present, discuss, and network for creating economically viable solutions.

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