The development of nano science and technology and its ramifications in life sciences, engineering, information technology and health sciences, all these are discussed in the four-day international conference that is being hosted by Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology (SNIST).
This conference is delegated in collaboration with the University Of South Africa (UNISA) that witnessed an overwhelming response from the foreign delegates.
Inaugurating the whole conference, S. Satyanarayana, Osmania University Vice-Chancellor explained, “The nano sciences are going to make for development of science and benefits to the society in the applications of plastics, fabrics, water treatment, computer chips, and drug delivery among others.
He also confirmed that there was vast scope for all its research. Prof. Srinivasu of University of South Africa; V. Vasudeva Rao, Chairman of the conference and principal, SNIST and Prof. P. Narasimha Reddy, director of SNIST, spoke to addressing their view.
However the need in form of collaboration, the strategic partnership is must for removal of problems which are dealing with the human society.
Prof. Mamokgethi Setati from the University of South Africa, in her presidential address, stressed that science, engineering technology must lead to the business models which can have an impact on country’s economy.
Beside her, the chairman, Department of Metallurgy & Materials Science, University of Alabama, USA, Dr. R.G. Reddy also said in his address, “The thermodynamics, heat transfer and other characteristics which make the nano-materials superior due to enormous size effect.”
Meanehile during this four day conference at least 105 papers will be presented that covered several nano science & nano-technology regarding theme areas in form of plenary lectures, invited talks, oral and poster presentations by eminent scientists, engineers and academicians from eight countries.