The Mechanical and Chemical Engineering Department, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT), Surat is organizing a One Week Online Workshop on Computational Analysis on Mechanical & Chemical Processes Using Ansys from July 12 to 16, 2021.
The proposed workshop would be highly beneficial and productive for the engineers/ technical staff from various industries, faculty members, and research scholars, as it is designed to demonstrate and encourage the practice of actual methods. It is also helpful to the acquirement of knowledge in a Particular Field: Attending workshops can help students to achieve success in their academic environment by putting these skills into practice.
The Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT), Surat is an institute of national importance, funded by the Government of India. This institute is spread over 100 hectares of land on the Surat-Dumas Road. The Institute is established in 1961 in the State of Gujarat as one of the Regional Engineering Colleges, became the National Institute of Technology (NIT) on 4th October 2002.
The purpose of this computational analysis workshop is to provide a regular opportunity for scholars to receive feedback and gain exposure to new techniques and questions. Thus, this workshop will be focusing on “Computational Analysis on Mechanical and Chemical Processes Using Ansys”. The workshop would be highly productive and beneficial to people from industry and academia.
Who can Attend?
The program is open to the engineers/ technical staff from various industries, faculty members, research scholars and UG, PG students from other allied disciplines.
- Students & Research Scholars: Rs. 500/-
- Faculty Members: Rs. 700/-
- Participants from Industry: Rs. 2000/-
The registration fee can be sent to the following details: A/C No: 37030749143; Name of A/C: Director, SVNIT- CCE; Branch Name: SBI, SVRCET Branch; IFSC Code: SBIN0003320.
To register for the workshop, click here. The last date to register is July 8, 2021.
The maximum number of participants is limited to 50 and the registration will be on first come first serve basis.
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