NCL to host 'One Week One Theme' program on Energy and Energy Devices

Technical sessions covering topics related to Hydrogen, Batteries, Solar-Wind and Biofuels along with student outreach activities will be conducted.
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Pune: CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory (CSIR-NCL) along with other sister CSIR laboratories, is set to organize ‘One Week One Theme (OWOT)’ event on the Energy and Energy Devices (EED) theme from June 24 to 28, 2024. This series of events will be held at various CSIR lab locations.

As the nodal laboratory for CSIR’s EED theme, CSIR-NCL will kick of the OWOT-EED event on June 24, 2024, at its Pune campus. The event will be held at the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Lecture Theatre in the Polymers, and Advanced Materials Laboratory (PAML) of CSIR-NCL.

The inaugural event of OWOT-EED theme will feature various activities including the opening ceremony, technical sessions, outreach program, an exhibition and media interactions. Attendees will include professionals from sister CSIR labs, academic institutions, industries, start-ups, and school children.

Dr. Surya Moganty, Head of Technology at L&T Energy, will be the chief guest at the curtain raiser event, held at the CSIR-NCL Auditorium. Dr. Moganty will deliver keynote address and inaugurate the exhibition. Dr. (Mrs.) N. Kalaiselvi, Director General of CSIR, New Delhi, will also address the audience. The exhibition will be open for visit in between 2-5 pm.

Following the inaugural ceremony, two technical sessions covering topics relevant to the four verticals of the EED theme namely, Hydrogen, Batteries, Solar-Wind and Biofuels.

Student outreach activities will progress in parallel with the above events. The valedictory ceremony will be conducted at CSIR- Indian Institute of Petroleum (CSIR-IIP), Dehradun, on the last day of ‘One Week One Theme’ Program, on June 28, 2024.

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