600 students participate in chemical engineering conference in NIT Warangal

September 25, 2022 11:05 pm | Updated 11:05 pm IST

The Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, in association with the Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers – Hyderabad Regional Centre (IIChE-HRC) organised its annual flagship event, SCHEMCON-2022, 18 th annual session of Chemical Engineering Students’ Congress, in Hanamkonda on September 23 and 24.

The two-day event provided a platform for chemical engineers interested in innovation and professional growth to explore a wide range of topics from cutting-edge research and new technologies to emerging growth areas in chemical engineering, according to a press release.

It enabled the participants to interact with prominent industry leaders and subject experts.

With Sustainable Technological Advancements in Chemical Industries-2022 (STAC-2022) as its key theme, SCHEMCON-2022 was primarily aimed at exploring recent developments and trends in chemical engineering.

The event saw enthusiastic participation of over 600 students from various parts of the country in both online and offline modes.

It witnessed numerous sessions, including keynote lectures, technical quizzes, paper and poster presentations, panel discussions involving industry-research-lab-academic interaction.

A host of distinguished personalities across various disciplines of academic and scientific communities addressed different sessions of the two-day event.

Prominent among those who attended the event included chief scientist-G of IICT Hyderabad, S Sridhar, and scientist F & Team Leader of Centre for Solar Energy Materials, ARCI, Hyderabad, Dr S Sakthivel.

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