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Power Lecture Series ( 2015 - 2016)

Power Lecture Series (2015 – 2016)

Fredrick Baskar, Business Head - MTAB Technology Center pvt. Ltd

mtab_958For the school of Mechanical Engineering, a power lecture on “Opportunities and challenges faced by engineers” was given by Mr.Fredrick Baskar. He is the Business Head of MTAB Technology Center pvt. Ltd. He is also currently a member of CII - SR EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE, 2015-16. Mr. Baskar addressed the students on the 'Opportunities and challenges faced by engineers' and it was an interactive session giving real life examples from his own experience. The students truly enjoyed the talk.

Aneesh Nair, Head Operations, Biozone Research Pvt. Ltd. 10th August 2015

Aneesh Nair is an exemplary speaker. His talk on “A Bridging Session in Life Sciences” was more to encourage students to look at other opportunities in the field of Chemical engineering and Biotechnology. He also urged the students to take risks and gave them some good advise on being entrepreneurs in the field of Biotechnology. Out of his own experience, he gave some great insights on research and paper presentations. On the whole it was really useful for the students and it was a very interactive session.

Deepti Zachariah – Principal Architect, Revolution by Design. 6th July 2015

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Deepti Zacharia is an architect by training, a designer by practice and a storyteller. She evolved into a designer for emerging markets and seeks to work on design that leads to social innovation. Her stint in the award-winning studio of Zaha Hadid Architects, London for four years has transformed her completed as a designer. Her lecture urged students to think outside the box when it comes to designing.  The lecture was about “Computing in design and Using software in for Indian Scenario”. She believes that technology will help making the right design that will address people and their needs especially in the low income groups. She also encouraged students to incorporate the local art and design which is plenty and normally ignored.