Two Day National Level Seminar on Research Trends on Smart Waste Management System for Batteries 2019, Kongu Engineering College, Erode, Tamil Nadu, 11-12th January 2019

Event Name
Two Day National Level Seminar on Research Trends on Smart Waste Management System for Batteries 2019

Category
Seminar

Organiser
Kongu Engineering College

Location
Erode, Tamil Nadu

Event Dates
11-12th January 2019

Event Details:

OBJECTIVE:
Worldwide many techniques been adopted for the battery waste management which includes the procedural steps for battery scrapping. These steps include the sorting, breaking, pyrolysis, distillation, oxidation, refining etc., In addition to it, many research institutes and universities are equipped with battery recycling facility which recycles the entire battery with no point of segregation of usable and non usable materials. Hence this process makes even the reusable part of the battery to recycle without any notable results. Some dispose the battery in general waste steam or incineration which is termed as illegal in waste management process.
The Batteries Management and Handling Rules enacted in the year 2001 with the primary objective of ensuring safe disposal of discarded lead acid batteries involving all stake holders. As battery is the integral part of residential (UPS, vehicle), industrial and commercial, the batteries which crossed the life span (typically 5 years) been replaced by the new ones and the old batteries are neither discarded nor scrapped. The old batteries (even if it has some life time) will be either stored or thrown or sealed as condemned which creates a big threat for the environment. Absence of recycling facility also makes the system much complex in battery disposal.
All the industries which deal with the battery will require the proposed multifunctional intelligent based device for safe disposal of battery by minimizing the scrap with creation of new materials/equipments from the scrap. Instead of scrapping the entire battery once the life time is over, segregating the usable and non usable parts is the novelty. Monitoring the SoH, artificial intelligent based, development of products from the usable items, IoT based real time monitoring are the new concepts not dealt before. Energy engineering professionals, researchers in the field, and Post graduate students will find this seminar a useful starting point to understand the technologies and surrounding aspects involved in Smart Waste Management System for Batteries.

COURSE CONTENTS:
Introduction to Smart Waste Management System
Waste Management Initiatives in India
Today’s & Future Waste Battery Management
IoT Based Smart Waste Management System for Smart City, Smart bin Sensors
Main Equipments & Functionalities of the Smart Waste Management System
Materials and Methods of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries
State of Charge Monitoring, Commercial & Medical Battery Recycling
Artificial Intelligent based control algorithm for Batteries
Research to Application Methodology of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries
Retired Electric Vehicle (EV) Batteries: Integrated Waste Management and Research Needs
Application of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries
Electric Vehicles (EV)
Plugin Hybrid Vehicles (PHEV)
Hybrid Vehicles (HEV)

Respected Sir/Madam,

Greetings from Kongu Engineering College!

We are happy to inform you that we are organizing the following Sponsored programs.

IEEE Sponsored One day National Seminar on “Artificial Intelligence and its Applications for Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems” on 05th October 2018. Details: https://goo.gl/NZ5KKy

ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research) Sponsored two days National Seminar on “Recent Advances in Biosensor Development for the Detection of Cancer Biomarkers” during 02-03 November 2018. Details: https://goo.gl/1ndPEU

ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research) Sponsored six days workshop on “Artificial Intelligence in Medical and Healthcare Applications” during 24-29 December 2018. Details: https://goo.gl/pLQD86


DST- SERB (Department of Science and Technology) Sponsored two days National Seminar on “Research Trends on Smart Waste Management System for Batteries” during 11-12 January 2019. Details: https://goo.gl/NrFMcx

We cordially invite you for the programs and also kindly requesting you to forward this information to your students, friends and colleagues.

Thank you..

TARGET AUDIENCE
Faculty members working from Engineering, Arts and Polytechnic Colleges, Research scholars, PG Students, Industry Persons from relevant background of Sciences and Engineering.

FACULTY
Sessions will be handled by experienced faculty members from reputed institutions and Experts from Industry Fields.

BOARDING AND LODGING
Accommodation and boarding if required will be provided in the college campus on first-come-first serve basis.

For more Information please visit



Add to Calendar 2019-01-11 09:00 AM 2019-01-11 05:00 PM Two Day National Level Seminar on Research Trends on Smart Waste Management System for Batteries 2019 <p>OBJECTIVE:<br /> Worldwide many techniques been adopted for the battery waste management which includes the procedural steps for battery scrapping. These steps include the sorting, breaking, pyrolysis, distillation, oxidation, refining etc., In addition to it, many research institutes and universities are equipped with battery recycling facility which recycles the entire battery with no point of segregation of usable and non usable materials. Hence this process makes even the reusable part of the battery to recycle without any notable results. Some dispose the battery in general waste steam or incineration which is termed as illegal in waste management process.<br /> The Batteries Management and Handling Rules enacted in the year 2001 with the primary objective of ensuring safe disposal of discarded lead acid batteries involving all stake holders. As battery is the integral part of residential (UPS, vehicle), industrial and commercial, the batteries which crossed the life span (typically 5 years) been replaced by the new ones and the old batteries are neither discarded nor scrapped. The old batteries (even if it has some life time) will be either stored or thrown or sealed as condemned which creates a big threat for the environment. Absence of recycling facility also makes the system much complex in battery disposal.<br /> All the industries which deal with the battery will require the proposed multifunctional intelligent based device for safe disposal of battery by minimizing the scrap with creation of new materials/equipments from the scrap. Instead of scrapping the entire battery once the life time is over, segregating the usable and non usable parts is the novelty. Monitoring the SoH, artificial intelligent based, development of products from the usable items, IoT based real time monitoring are the new concepts not dealt before. Energy engineering professionals, researchers in the field, and Post graduate students will find this seminar a useful starting point to understand the technologies and surrounding aspects involved in Smart Waste Management System for Batteries.<br /> <br /> COURSE CONTENTS:<br /> Introduction to Smart Waste Management System<br /> Waste Management Initiatives in India<br /> Today’s & Future Waste Battery Management<br /> IoT Based Smart Waste Management System for Smart City, Smart bin Sensors<br /> Main Equipments & Functionalities of the Smart Waste Management System<br /> Materials and Methods of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries<br /> State of Charge Monitoring, Commercial & Medical Battery Recycling<br /> Artificial Intelligent based control algorithm for Batteries<br /> Research to Application Methodology of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries<br /> Retired Electric Vehicle (EV) Batteries: Integrated Waste Management and Research Needs<br /> Application of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries<br /> Electric Vehicles (EV)<br /> Plugin Hybrid Vehicles (PHEV)<br /> Hybrid Vehicles (HEV)<br /> <br /> Respected Sir/Madam,<br /> <br /> Greetings from Kongu Engineering College!<br /> <br /> We are happy to inform you that we are organizing the following Sponsored programs.<br /> <br /> IEEE Sponsored One day National Seminar on “Artificial Intelligence and its Applications for Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems” on 05th October 2018. Details: https://goo.gl/NZ5KKy<br /> <br /> ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research) Sponsored two days National Seminar on “Recent Advances in Biosensor Development for the Detection of Cancer Biomarkers” during 02-03 November 2018. Details: https://goo.gl/1ndPEU<br /> <br /> ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research) Sponsored six days workshop on “Artificial Intelligence in Medical and Healthcare Applications” during 24-29 December 2018. Details: https://goo.gl/pLQD86<br /> <br /> <br /> DST- SERB (Department of Science and Technology) Sponsored two days National Seminar on “Research Trends on Smart Waste Management System for Batteries” during 11-12 January 2019. Details: https://goo.gl/NrFMcx<br /> <br /> We cordially invite you for the programs and also kindly requesting you to forward this information to your students, friends and colleagues.<br /> <br /> Thank you..</p> <p>TARGET AUDIENCE<br /> Faculty members working from Engineering, Arts and Polytechnic Colleges, Research scholars, PG Students, Industry Persons from relevant background of Sciences and Engineering.<br /> <br /> FACULTY<br /> Sessions will be handled by experienced faculty members from reputed institutions and Experts from Industry Fields.<br /> <br /> BOARDING AND LODGING<br /> Accommodation and boarding if required will be provided in the college campus on first-come-first serve basis.</p> Kongu Engineering College, Erode, Tamil Nadu 1440





Events List in Two Day National Level Seminar on Research Trends on Smart Waste Management System for Batteries 2019, Erode:

OBJECTIVE:
Worldwide many techniques been adopted for the battery waste management which includes the procedural steps for battery scrapping. These steps include the sorting, breaking, pyrolysis, distillation, oxidation, refining etc., In addition to it, many research institutes and universities are equipped with battery recycling facility which recycles the entire battery with no point of segregation of usable and non usable materials. Hence this process makes even the reusable part of the battery to recycle without any notable results. Some dispose the battery in general waste steam or incineration which is termed as illegal in waste management process.
The Batteries Management and Handling Rules enacted in the year 2001 with the primary objective of ensuring safe disposal of discarded lead acid batteries involving all stake holders. As battery is the integral part of residential (UPS, vehicle), industrial and commercial, the batteries which crossed the life span (typically 5 years) been replaced by the new ones and the old batteries are neither discarded nor scrapped. The old batteries (even if it has some life time) will be either stored or thrown or sealed as condemned which creates a big threat for the environment. Absence of recycling facility also makes the system much complex in battery disposal.
All the industries which deal with the battery will require the proposed multifunctional intelligent based device for safe disposal of battery by minimizing the scrap with creation of new materials/equipments from the scrap. Instead of scrapping the entire battery once the life time is over, segregating the usable and non usable parts is the novelty. Monitoring the SoH, artificial intelligent based, development of products from the usable items, IoT based real time monitoring are the new concepts not dealt before. Energy engineering professionals, researchers in the field, and Post graduate students will find this seminar a useful starting point to understand the technologies and surrounding aspects involved in Smart Waste Management System for Batteries.

COURSE CONTENTS:
Introduction to Smart Waste Management System
Waste Management Initiatives in India
Today’s & Future Waste Battery Management
IoT Based Smart Waste Management System for Smart City, Smart bin Sensors
Main Equipments & Functionalities of the Smart Waste Management System
Materials and Methods of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries
State of Charge Monitoring, Commercial & Medical Battery Recycling
Artificial Intelligent based control algorithm for Batteries
Research to Application Methodology of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries
Retired Electric Vehicle (EV) Batteries: Integrated Waste Management and Research Needs
Application of Smart Waste Management System for Batteries
Electric Vehicles (EV)
Plugin Hybrid Vehicles (PHEV)
Hybrid Vehicles (HEV)






Last Dates for Registration:

REGISTRATION FEE DETAILS
Registration Fee: Rs.300/- per Participant.

• The course fee includes lunch and refreshment.
• Boarding and Lodging will be provided to all the selected participants in the college campus.
• Registration for the course can be made by sending the duly filled registration form along with a DD for Rs.300/- in favour of “Kongu Engineering College Grants” Payable at Perundurai, or at Erode to the convener. Registration is limited to 50 participants and selected on first-come-first serve basis.

HOW TO APPLY
The applicants should send the filled application and DD to us on or before 02.01.2019.

IMPORTANT DATES
Last Date for receipt of Applications : 02.01.2019
Intimation of Participants : 04.01.2019
Confirmation of Participants : 05.01.2019


Two Day National Level Seminar on Research Trends on Smart Waste Management System for Batteries 2019 Registration Fees :


REGISTRATION FEE DETAILS
Registration Fee: Rs.300/- per Participant.

• The course fee includes lunch and refreshment.
• Boarding and Lodging will be provided to all the selected participants in the college campus.
• Registration for the course can be made by sending the duly filled registration form along with a DD for Rs.300/- in favour of “Kongu Engineering College Grants” Payable at Perundurai, or at Erode to the convener. Registration is limited to 50 participants and selected on first-come-first serve basis.

HOW TO APPLY
The applicants should send the filled application and DD to us on or before 02.01.2019.

IMPORTANT DATES
Last Date for receipt of Applications : 02.01.2019
Intimation of Participants : 04.01.2019
Confirmation of Participants : 05.01.2019



Accommodation:

BOARDING AND LODGING
Accommodation and boarding if required will be provided in the college campus on first-come-first serve basis.

REGISTRATION FEE DETAILS
Registration Fee: Rs.300/- per Participant.

• The course fee includes lunch and refreshment.
• Boarding and Lodging will be provided to all the selected participants in the college campus.
• Registration for the course can be made by sending the duly filled registration form along with a DD for Rs.300/- in favour of “Kongu Engineering College Grants” Payable at Perundurai, or at Erode to the convener. Registration is limited to 50 participants and selected on first-come-first serve basis.


How to reach Kongu Engineering College, Erode:

The college is situated at Perundurai on the National Highway (NH 47) about 80 km from Coimbatore and 20 km from Erode.

Mahatma Gandhi Seminar Hall,
School of Electrical Sciences,
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
Kongu Engineering College,
Perundurai – 638 060, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.

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