About the Programme
The course is designed to enlighten the core areas of research in different fields of science and engineering. Design of Complex Engineered Systems is a collaborative activity and can be viewed as an interdisciplinary application of engineering. Also the advantage of multidisciplinary research is that research can converge more rapidly. Researchers are more efficient, if they are able to sum their expertise to solve problems.
Indeed, it would take longer time for just one laboratory to gain the required level of expertise in another field. Another advantage of multidisciplinary projects is that it can bridge the fundamental and applied research. Indeed fundamental researchers can confront their knowledge to real problems and applied researchers can benefit from the most advanced knowledge.
The eminent speakers of this course will discuss the different research problems in Control, Instrumentation & Allied Engineering and relevant tools to solve the problems in lieu of the multidisciplinary applications.
At the end of this FDP, the participants will be able to
- explore the most prominent areas of recent research fields like Biomedical Engineering, Control Systems, Instrumentation and Robotics.
- do collaborative teaching-learning and research works
Who can attend?
Faculty members, Ph.D. Scholars, PG/UG Students, Researchers and Working Professionals from various Engineering Institutions, Industries and people with basic science background.
- Last date for online registration: 01st Sept. 2020
- Date of confirmation to participants: 02nd Sept. 2020
- Date of FDP : 04th Sept. – 08th Sept., 2020
- Interested candidates can register via this page.
- There is no registration fee.
- Number of participants is limited to 200.
- e-Certificate will be provided to the participants upon submission of feedback form at the end of each lecture
Dr. Vipin Chandra Pal, Assistant Professor
Mob. : +91- 8574265860
Dr. Sudipta Chabraborty, Assistant Professor
Mob. : +91- 9040429561
NIT Silchar’s Online FDP on Recent Research Trends in Control, Instrumentation & Allied Engineering.