Date(s) - 21/08/2015 - 22/08/2015
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Vertical growth in the use of polymer products is responsible for the associated environmental issues. End of life treatment plays crucial role in the solution to this problem. Polymers by nature are non-degradable and stay for long time in the same state under the earth. Trials on biodegradable plastics and polymers are not convincing so far and also not economical. They are associated with many other issues like usable life and early bio-degradability. Other properties are also at question mark. Under this scenario, it is very much essential for the polymer technocrats to think a fresh from the root. Hence, polymer processing and possible maximum reclamation is an issue to be raised among the researchers. As learning from the history, it is also essential to think about the ecofriendly polymer processing, product and reclamation process. This seminar is focusing on this burning issue and provides a platform to the researchers working in this area to showcase their work amongst the intellectuals of similar area. Participatory response to solve such issues may be very effective.
This seminar is primarily aimed at fruitful discussion on the possible solutions to the issues associated with the polymer industry in terms of life cycle and end of use treatment. It also aims the below mentioned, but not limited to, objectives:
· To provide a platform to share the inventions in the area of polymer engineering.
· To identify the better solutions considering the environment effect due to the use of polymers.
· To suggest for the suitable alternatives against the use of conventional polymers in routine life.
· To suggest for the possible changes in the existing policies for polymer use and disposal norms.
· Polymer processing techniques
· Advanced techniques for polymer reclamation
· Eco-friendly polymer production
· Copolymers and Polymer Composites
· Recent Advances in Polymer Reaction Engineering
· Enhancement in the properties and characteristics of polymers
· Polymer Characterization and mathematical Modeling
· Alternatives to the polymers
· From end of pipe treatment to the sustainable development approach in polymer industry
· Environmental issues associated with polymer industry
Global trend in the polymer industry
· Global technological advancement trends in polymer industry
· Industry practices for polymer processing and reclamation
· Emergence of reclamation industry
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Technical papers on the above sub themes and related topics are invited for presentation in the different technical sessions on the seminar. The authors should send two copies of extended abstract in Science Direct template (not exceeding two A-4 size pages typed in 12pt. Times New Roman font with double spacing) of their original works latest by 17/07/2015. Acceptance will be communicated by email by 24/07/2015. Authors are requested to send a copyright form duly signed by author(s) along with abstract on email: email@example.com
Last Dates for receipt of
Full Paper : 07/08/2015
There are various hotels available for accommodation. Participants are requested to book on their own or ask for Assistance to the organizing secretary.
The seminar with this theme will be of interest with wide walk of life and
hence the likely participation will be from:
– Government Organization
– Private Organization and companies
– Manufactures and trading organizations
– Application and development based organizations
– Academicians and students
– R& D Organizations
– Participation from Solution Providers
– Research organization
We look forward to have such an excellent opportunity to share the
knowledge, learning and experiences and also get as an outcome of the
seminar, newer trends to be used by the organizations in the society in
general and also the government bodies.
National Advisory Committee
Chairman : Dr L V Muralikrishna Reddy, FIE, President, IEI
Co-Chairman : Dr. M P Sukumaran Nair, FIE, Chairman, CHDB, IEI
Convener : Dr. S.A. Puranik, FIE, Director & Environmental Auditor Sch-I, AITS
Mr N B Vasoya, FIE, Member, CHDB, Past VP, IEI
Dr Jagdish Kumar Gehlawat, FIE, Member, CHDB, IEI
Dr G Madhu, FIE, Member, CHDB, IEI
Dr R Bhima Rao, FIE, Member, CHDB, IEI
Mr P P Agarwal, FIE, Member, CHDB, IEI
Mr. S S Rathore, FIE, Past President IEI, Vice President, WFEO
Mr. H P Jamdar, FIE, Past President IEI
Mr. P J Mehta, FIE, Past President IEI
Dr. H M Desai, FIE President, Association of Indian Universities Mr. Bharat S. Patel, FIE, Past Chairman IEI-GSC
Prof. R. N. Shukla, Principal, GEC, Bharuch
Dr. Sachin Parikh, Principal, VVP Engg., Rajkot
Chairman : Mr S J Desai, FIE, Chairman, Gujarat State Centre, IEI
Org. Secretary : Mr. C V Nadpara, FIE, Hon. Secretary, IEI-GSC
Shri U.I. Mehta Imm. Past Chairman
Dr. Sweta P. Dave Imm. Past Hon. Secretary Mr. R.B. Maraviya Member AG
Mr. P. B. Goti Member AR
Mr. A.P. Vyas Member CH
Mr. Jaimin J. Shah Member CP
Mr. H. U. Kalyani Member CV
Mr. Jayesh Gandhi Member CV
Prof. Ravindrakumar R. Yadav Member EL Mr. Jaydev Nansey Member EN
Dr. Manishkumar M. Doshi Member ET
Shri Shyam Vargese Member MC
Shri K. V. Patel Member MC
Shri P. N. Udani Member MC
Shri Girish Dhundiraj Karhardkar Member PR Shri H.A. Patel Member TX
Shri O. T. Gulati Chairman, WMF
Prof R. H. Shah Chairman, Vadodara L.C. Shri Ramesh Pipalia Chairman, SLC
Dr. Kishor Mistry Chairman, SGLC
Prof. K. M. Makwana Chairman, V.V.L.C.
Dr. P. A. Joshi, FIE, Professor, DDU, Nadiad Dr. P.A. Parikh, SVNIT, Surat
Dr. Bina Sengupta, MSU, Vadodara
Dr. Pravin Kodgire, PDPU, Gandhinagar
Dr. Chinmay Goroi, IIT Gandhinagar
Dr. Kaushik Nath, GCET, VV Nagar
Prof. Sujal Rana, SCET, Surat
Chairman : Dr. A P Vyas, Principal, SIT
Prof D J Desai, L D College of Engg,. A’bad
Prof. B. H. Shah, L. D. College of Engg., A’bad
Prof. H. R. Shah, SAL Institute of Tec., A’bad
Dr. S. S. Patel, Nirma University, A’bad
Dr. Milind Joshipura, Nirma University, A’bad
Dr. Piyush Vanzara,VVP Engg., Rajkot
Prof. N. M. Patel, VGEC, Chandkheda, A’bad
Prof. Rupande N. Desai, LDCE, A’bad
Dr. Nitin Padhiyar, IIT, Gandhinagar
Dr. Vimal Gandhi, DDU, Nadiad
Dr. Nitin Bhate, MSU, Vadodara
The participants are advised to register in advance by remitting the registration fee as indicated below.
Corporate Members (IEI): Rs.1,000/-
Non Members : Rs.2,000/-
Research Scholars / Students : Rs.300/-
Sponsored Delegates : Rs.2,000/-
All payments are to be made through crossed Demand Draft/At par Cheque drawn in favour of “The Institution of Engineers (India), Gujarat State Center” payable at Ahmedabad.
Step 1: Download the Registration Form and fill up appropriately based on the Registration Fee Structure.
Step 2: Pay the Registration Fee as mentioned above.
Step 3: Mail the Registration Form along with Proof of Registration Fee Payment to the address mentioned above.
-Industry, Government and Semi Government Organizations, Mfg. are requested to sponsors various activities of the seminar
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E-Proceedings of the seminar will be published incorporating all plenary lectures, papers accepted for presentation and abstracts of all papers accepted for inclusion in seminar proceedings and made available to registered participants.