Various events are organized in the department to provide professional training for faculty and research exposure to students. A few of these are documented here.
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- National Workshop, Applications of Numerical Techniques in Materials Research, under COE-Macroelectronics, TEQIP-II, R.V. College of Engineering, Bangalore, 10-12 Jul 2014.
- Two day workshop, FRP-2010, R.V. College of Engineering, Bangalore, 23-24 Sept 2010.
Faculty Development Programmes
- Vacuum Technology for Green Industry, under TEQIP-II, 2-4 Dec 2013.
- National Conference on Multifunctional Engineering Materials, under TEQIP-II, 28-30 Nov 2013.
- A process towards Zero Waste & Energy Independent Campus, under TEQIP-II, 9-11 Oct 2013.
- Advances in Polymer Science and Composites, under TEQIP-II, 30-31 Aug 2013.
- Industrial Process and Automation Technologies, under TEQIP-II, 14-18 May 2013.
- Computational Fluid Dynamics, under TEQIP-II, 25-29 Mar 2013.
- Renewable and Hybrid Technology, under TEQIP-II, 18-23 Feb 2013.
- “Overview of DCS in Process Control Industry” by Ms.Padma, Yokogawa India Limited, 25 Feb 2014.
- “Scope of Higher Education in Scotland” by Smt. Supriya Rao, Manager-India, Glasgow Caledonian University, 10 Jun 2012.
- “Opportunity in Chemical Engineering” by Mr. Manjunath Shastry, Process Engineer, Brune for M. Tech Students, 22 Nov 2012.
- “Oil fuels in India” by Vice Chairman, RAL Mumbai, on 26 Nov 2012.
- “Placement for Chemical Engg” by Janani Sampath, HUL Bangalore, on 3 Dec 2012.
- “Trends for Nano Technology” by Dr. T. Kanadasan, Prof and HOD, CIT Coimbatore, 10 Feb 2012.
- “Aerodynamics of Bird and Insect Flight” by Prof. Sreenivas K.R., Engineering Mechanics Unit, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, 16 Feb 2012.
- “Research Avenues in Chemical Engineering” by Dr.Y. Jagannadha Rao, Visiting Professor, SIT, Tumkur (organized by IIChE, Bangalore Regional Center).
- “Indian Petroleum Refinery Industries - Future Challenges” by Prof. Balaraman, Retired Professor from IIT, Chennai.