SYMPOSIUM ON RECENT ADVANCES IN SMART SENSORS
The Department of Physics has organized “Symposium on Recent Advances in Smart Sensors” on 26-08-2021 (Thursday) for School Teachers, Faculties, Research Scholars & PG Students.
The symposium started with a warm welcome address by Dr. L. Sudha, Professor and Head, Department of Physics and also Convener of the symposium.
In the first session, Dr. Ganesh Kumar Mani , Research Assistant Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daehak- ro, Republic of Korea has delivered lecture on the topic “Recent Advances in Wearable Sensor Technologies”. He discussed about Nanotechnology, Point of care devices, Biomimicking, Microneedle, Sensor and its prospects. The session was moderated by Dr.M.Saravanan, Assistant Professor (S. G) and coordinator of the symposium.
In the second session, Dr. R. Ramesh Babu, Associate Professor,Department of Physics, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu delivered lecture on the topic “Transparent Conducting Oxide Thin Flims for Optoelectronics and Gas Sensor Applications”. He discussed elaborately about introduction to TCO and CdO thin films, Characterization studies. This session was moderated by Dr.A.Nataraj, Assistant Professor (S. G) and coordinator of the FDP.
We received overwhelming registrations, 192 School Teachers, Faculties, Research Scholars & PG Students actively participated in Zoom from all over India. The participants raised questions to the speakers and discussed about the topics. The sessions were very vibrant and participants gave very good feedback.
The session was convened and chaired by Dr. L. Sudha, Hod/Physics. Dr.A.Nataraj, Assistant Professor (S. G) has proposed the Vote of Thanks.