Events

January 27 - Tuesday
Instructions:
  • The managers of the teams should pay Rs.700/- per match as officiating charges to the organizing secretary,before the commencement of their match. 
  • The ball provided by the organizers should alone be used .The cost is Rs.450/- per cane. 
  • The tournaments will be played as per the latest AITA rules, & AIU modified rule.
  • The organizing secretary reseryes the right to make changes in the program and venue, if necessary, which shall be final and binding on the pa.rticipant teams
  • The teams should report in the grounds at least thirty minutes prior to the comrnencement of their matches.
  • All the teams should participate in the lr,augural ceremonies with their University flags on January 24, 2015 at 7,00 AM at the SRM University, Tennis Complex Kattankulathur Campus
  • The Team should make their own arrangement for boa'rding (Number of Canteens are available inside the campus both Veg / Non- Veg food).
  • Food will also be served in the hostel on payment by request.

Contact:
Mr. D.J.Asath AIi khan : 07401069273 Mr M.Senthil kumar : 09940418484
Dr. N. C. Jesus Rajkumar: 09444280I57, Dr. C. Suresh 994263525I

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Major improvements in proteomic techniques in recent years have led to an increase in their application in all biological fields, including plant sciences. Proteomics is becoming increasingly important for the study of many different aspects of plant functions. Since proteins serve as important components of major signaling and biochemical pathways, studies at protein levels are essential to reveal molecular mechanisms underlying plant growth, development, and interactions with the environment. The plant proteome is highly complex and dynamic.

Current technologies have provided immense opportunities for high-throughput proteomic studies that have gone beyond simple protein identification to analysing various functional aspects, such as quantification, post translational modifications, sub cellular localization, and protein-protein interactions. The workshop aims at providing hands on training to teaching faculty in basic techniques of protein isolation and purification including advances in protein fractionation and separation followed by based both gel based and LC-based techniques for protein characterization. 

Speakers:

  • Dr. Appa Rao Podile, FNASc, Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Hyderabad
  • Dr. N. Sakthivel, Professor, Department of Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Pondicherry University
  • Dr. Vedula, V. Suryanarayana, Scientist, Dr. Surapaneni's Genomic Solutions, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
  • Dr. P. Palani, Associate Professor, CAS in Botany, University of Madras, Guindy Campus, Chennai
  • Dr. S. Jagadish Chandra Bose, Scientist, National Institute for Tuberculosis Research, ICMR, Chennai
  • Dr. D. Velmurugan, Director, CAS in Biophysics and Crystallography, University of Madras, Chennai

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Course Faculty: Prof. Mohan Ranganathan
Prof. Mohan Ranganathan is currently the Head, Laboratory of Mechanics and Rheology, Polytechnics Engineering School, University of Tours, France. In 2005, he created CEROC, a Hybrid Research Centre split between university and industrial research focusing on cutting tools. His research interests are in materials fatigue, nanocharacterization of material behavior and fracture mechanics. He has more than 100 research publications in these fields. He has given talks in related fields all over Europe and the United states and also at prestigious universities like Cambridge University, University of Waterloo, IITs etc. He has served in Indian Civil Aviation Department (R&D Directorate) in New Delhi, ENSMA Aeronautics School, France. Currently he is an overseas Professor at Anna University, Chennai. 

Course Fees:
Participants from Industry : Rs. 5000
Faculty members : Rs. 3000
Students : Rs. 2000

Cheque/Demand Draft to be drawn in favour of “SRMIST”, payable at Chennai.

Contact:
E. Vijayaragavan
Assistant Professor,
Department of Mechanical Engineering,

Mail: vijayaragavan.e@ktr.srmuniv.ac.in
Phone: +91 44 27452270, +919884214710
 
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