Waste to Energy Conversion

A National Conference Jointly organized by IIT Guwahati & NIT Mizoram

28-29th December 2018 under TEQIP-III

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National Conference on Waste to Energy 2018 is going to be held in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology (NIT) Mizoram, India on December 28-29, 2018. The conference will be jointly organized by Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati and NIT Mizoram. The conference is sponsored by TEQIP III. The conference will provide a platform for researchers, academicians, scientists, practicing engineers and industry professionals to showcase and deliver their research work, studies, contributions, developments and innovations related to the field of Waste to Energy Conversion. The event will consist of keynote lectures in various themes by eminent personalities of respective domains, regular sessions of contributed papers and invited talks. Prospective authors are invited to submit original contributory works, which are not under submission to anywhere else. All papers will undergo blind peer review process and the criteria for acceptance will be based on quality, originality, technical content and relevance.

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Conference Themes

Biomass to energy conversion technologie.
Management frame work for municipal solid waste systems.
Thermal solid waste utilization in regular and industrial facilities.
Conversion of large scale waste into value added products.
Renewable Energy Systems and Sources (RESS) and Industrial Applications.
Bioremediation.
Fuel cells in the waste to energy chain.
Energy recovery from waste Incineration.
Construction waste as resource and energy.
Food waste recycling.
Chemical waste recycling.
e-Waste recycling.
Waste heat recovery techniques.
Mechanical technologies for recycling waste composites.
Green Economy.
Policy for efficient waste to energy conversion.
Numerical study of waste to energy conversion system.

Registration Fee

Please Note

All "Presenting Authors" must register against the category as per the affiliation provided in the accepted paper
Registered participants must produce a valid ID at the time of reporting to the registration desk, as a proof of their affiliation.
Only spouse, parents or children can be considered in the category of "Accompanying Person".

 

Registration fee includes registration kit lunch during the conference days and the networking dinner.

• Registration fee does not include accommodation. However, organizing team will be happy to help you in arranging your stay.

HOW TO REACH

By Air:

Aizawl can be reached by Air through Kolkata / Guwahati. The NIT Mizoram is approximately 35 Km far from Lengpui (Aizawl) Airport. Pre-paid Taxis are easily available from the Airport to reach the Institute. The taxi fare is Rs 700 to 800.

By Train:

Silchar is the nearest railway station to Aizawl. The journey (by road) from Silchar to Aizawl may take apprx. 6 Hrs. Sumos (share basis) are available from Mizoram Circuit House, Sonai Road, Silchar.

By Road:

Guwahati to Aizawl: Private Buses (Network, Capital, etc.) are available from Guwahati. Booking Countes for these buses are located at Paltan bazaar.

Places to visit in Mizoram

Mizoram is considered as one of the most beautiful place due to its dramatic landscape and pleasant climate. The state is rich in bird diversity, which has the potentiality to make it a major birding destination. For Mrs Hume's pheasant, Mizoram is a stronghold. The small population of wild elephants can be seen in Ngengpui and Dampa Sanctuaries. Some of the interesting sites are Mizo Poets' Square also known as Mizo Hlakungpui Mual in Mizo, the Great Megaliths locally known as 'Kawtchhuah Ropui. Blessed with a diverse range of geographical features, this small state brings excellent opportunities of travelling over the small hillocks with winding trails where one can get the adventurous feel of mountain biking. The landscape of Phawngpui Hills, Vantawang Falls or even Palak Lake looks incredibly picturesque whereas the heritage sites at Chhingpui talk about the forgotten past of the Mizo life. Typical food habit, dance forms, attires, and local music add zing to the overall cultural panorama of Mizoram and tend to be a great deal for any travel enthusiast who would love to taste offbeaten.

Keynote Speakers



Prof. Sudipta De

Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Jadavpur University.

Prof. Anupam Dewan

R.C. Malhotra Chair Professor Department of Applied Mechanics,
IIT Delhi .

Prof. Pinakeswar Mahanta

Director,
NIT Arunachal Pradesh


Invited Talks



Dr. Ajay Kalamdhad

Department of Civil Engineering,
IIT Guwahati.

Dr. Jyoti Prasad Chakraborty

Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology,,
IIT BHU .

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