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1. For registering your participation, we need you to complete online registration no later than 6:00 pm, August 15th 2011. 2. Online application form is available at 3. Seats are limited with reservations for Industry, Academia, Senior IEEE Members and Students equally. 4. Fee for Members/Non-Members are `900/2000 payable as DD/Cheque drawn in favor of IEEE Hyderabad Section. Please dispatch the same to Secretary, IEEE Hyderabad Section, 644 AI Karim Trade Centre, Ranigunj, Secunderabad - 500003 after completing the online registration. 5. IEEE Student Members will receive 50% rebate on the registration fee limited to the availability of the seats. 6. The application will be confirmed on First Come First Serve basis and on receipt of Registration Fee to avert non-serious registrations. 7. The registration fee includes Invitation for Two days Buffet Lunch and High Tea with authentic Hyderabadi Irani Tea and Osmania Biscuits.

Power yengineers who are involved in the Design, Operation and Development of Power System Structures. Researchers, Practicing Engineers and y Academicians who are seeking new areas in research and exploring the latest technological developments. Entrepreneurs eyeing imminent markets y and business prospects.

PES/IAS/PELS Joint Chapter The Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Hyderabad Section

If you have any queries, please contact:

Sampangi Appa Rao / Mithun M. Bhaskar
IEEE PES/IAS/PELS Hyderabad Telephone: 984.894.3077 / 929.318.1378 Email:

Nanotechnology-Its future and A pplications in Energy Sector

National Seminar on


IEEE Hyderabad Section is one of the most active sections of IEEE in India. IEEE was formally introduced in Hyderabad, in June 1981 and elevated to a full Section in 1984. PES/IAS/PELS is a joint chapter of three IEEE societies the Power & Energy Society (PES), Industry Application Society (IAS) and Power Electronics Society (PELS). For driving directions, please visit

August 26 - 27, 2011

Danube Auditorium Mahindra Satyam, Hitech City Hyderabad 500 081, A.P., India
IEEE Hyderabad Section, 644 AI Karim Trade Centre, Ranigunj, Secunderabad 500 003

Nanotechnology has been a fast growing area and its scope of applications for Electrical Engineering arena is tremendous. It refers to the engineering at Nano scale in terms of physical, mechanical, electric and chemical properties of an atom. This emerging area is expected to revolutionize the engineering approach, developments and will have profound impact on the Manufacturing and Design of any products in the Future and will have a direct impact on our Economy, Environment and even in our routine chores. IEEE PES/IAS/PELS Joint Chapter, IEEE Hyderabad Section is bringing an opportunity for all to learn about this emerging area by gathering Expertise from diverse backgrounds, Researchers, Academicians and Practicing Engineers. This workshop would be the forum to discuss and exchange industry trends, technology and challenges in Nanotechnology constrained to Energy/Electrical Arena.

Digniataries and Sessions Registration - 08:00 am - 9:00 am

Topic Speakers

Dr. W. Selvamurthy, Distinguished Scientist & Chief Controller R&D, DRDO, Ministry of Defence. Dr. M. Lakshmi Kantam, Director, Grade Scientist


Indian Institute of Chemical Technology.

Mr. A.S. Murthy, Chief Technology Officer, Mahindra Satyam Mr. M.G.P.L. Narayana, Vice President, TCS & Chairman
IEEE Hyderabad

Key Note Address Session 1 Session 2 Session 3

Nanotechnology Applications in Energy & Defence Applications Nano-electro-mechanical-systems Nanotechnology and its Commercial Applications Application of Nano Technology in Power Plant Components Polymer-Nanocomposites for Next Generation Energy Conversion and Storage Devices

Dr. W. Selvamurthy Prof. Ramgopal Rao

Institute Chair Professor, IIT Bombay

Mr. Puneel Malhotra, Director

Nanotechnology Science and Technology Consortium (NSTC)

Dr. Kulvir Singh

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd R&D

Dr. Pratyay Basak, Ramanujan Fellow

Nanomaterials Laboratory, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology

Session 4

2nd DAY
Session 5 Ion beam synthesis of patterned quantum dots for device applications Low-Cost and Durable Sensitizers for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Nanodispersion strengthened Steel for Supercritical Thermal Plants, Fusion Reactors and fast Breeder Reactor Applications CIGS based thin Film Solar Cells Development of high absorption low emissivity coatings for Solar Thermal Applications Nano Technology in Wind Energy Sector Large-scale synthesis of Nanomaterials for Power Plant Applications

Prof. Avinash C Pandey, Principal Investigator Nanotechnology Application Centre, University of Allahabad Dr. Lingamallu Giribabu, Scientist
Indian Institute of Chemical Technology.

Session 6

About Hyderabad
HYDERABAD is the Capital City of the State of Andhra Pradesh in India. The names 'Hyderabad' and 'Secunderabad' are used interchangeably because of twin cities which mutually flank each other. In view of its central location, Hyderabad is considered to be the gateway to South India or to North India, depending on which way we look at it. This 400 year old metropolis is rich in art, culture and handicrafts and well accessible by Air/Train and Road.
Session 7

Dr. R Vijay
International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy & New Materials (IRCI).

Session 8 Session 9 Session 10 Session 11

Dr. Manoj Kumar

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd R&D

Dr. Shanmugasundram Shaktivel,

International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy & New Materials (IRCI).

Mr. Ketan Gandhi, President & CEO KgGuruji Consulting & Services Dr. Sukumar Roy, Dy General Manager
Ceramic Technological Institute Corp R&D, BHEL, Bangalore


Dr. Sundarrajan, Director, International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Mettallurgy and New Materials (ARCI) Mr. Karthikeyan Natarajan, Global Head & Vice President
IES-Mahindra Satyam