Vertical: V12 – Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

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V12H1 Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (AM) process creates parts by deposition of digitally controlled material layers and is currently recognized as the latest mold-less process to make complex geometry parts in aerospace, medical, energy, automotive manufacturing. Forbes reports that the additive manufacturing industry has grown to almost $12 billion in 2019. Many AM applications have reached fully certified production levels in terms of technological readiness. As of today, there are more than 300 certified AM parts around the world. The ability of AM to create complex shapes and engineer the material properties makes the application window very wide. The key aims of recent advances are larger, quicker, and broader range of materials.


V12H2 Industrial Machines, Robotics and Automation

Automation in production refers to a process in the development of mechanized production in which the control and monitoring functions previously performed by humans are transferred to instruments and automatic devices. As a fundamental rule, working production equipment i.e. machines and systems are partially automated. This means main benefits of manufacturing automation include leaner operation processes that require less energy, less material, and reduced labor waste resulting in higher productivity. This is being realized by a combination of “intelligent” machines in factories, manufacturing processes that can be carried out with minimal human intervention, robots that can work along with a human being, and machines built-in with lean manufacturing features.


V12H3 Precision / Micro-Nano manufacturing / Surface Engineering

High precision in form, dimensions, surface finish, and properties are increasingly needed to achieve complex functionality in parts and products. Miniature size (micro and nanometer) features are often needed to enhance surface properties. Micromachining finds extensive applications in developing such micro-sized features. Some of the recent trends include developing miniaturized machines to perform micromachining processes, application of lasers, electron-beams, ion-beams, and other energy beams in generating complex shapes and functional surfaces, and development of fine and ultra-fine polishing technologies to generate finely finished surfaces. Besides, surface engineering encompassing traditional architectural, decorative purposes to create wide ranging functionally protective surfaces including wear, thermal, corrosion, anti-microbial, anti-fouling, self-cleaning, and combinations thereof, plays an important role.


V12H4 Smart manufacturing, IoT, Digital manufacturing

Advances in technologies such as sensors, communication, networking, and data analytics have been tapped into by many engineering areas; effectively utilizing these technologies to improve productivity, quality, and resource utilization is necessary in the field of manufacturing. There is a constant need for manufacturing firms to be competitive, while offering the needed quality of products in a cost-effective manner. Smart manufacturing, IoT, and other digital technologies have this potential to make companies smart and better equipped to compete effectively. Gathering data via sensors, transferring and storing such data effectively via communication protocols, analyzing data in-situ and performing live monitoring, and other digital technologies offer the potential to optimize resource utilization during manufacturing operations thereby helping reduce environmental footprint and this is something the world needs to pay more attention to.


V12H5 Specialty Products

Advances in manufacturing technologies are also driven in part by challenges posed by specialized products such as those made of composite materials, aerospace and space-related components, automotive parts, and biomedical devices. Composite materials both polymer and ceramic matrix composites are the cutting edge of materials technology with applications in Aerospace, Renewable energy, and Transportation. The flight vehicle, the primary product of the aerospace industry requires up to millions of individual parts. In addition, it requires many support systems to operate and maintain the vehicle. The Aerospace industry is also allied with many industries like airlines, wireless technology, space travel, etc. Personal mobility is undergoing an unprecedented change with the rapid shift in energy source from carbon-based fuels to stored electrical energy and others (hydrogen, fuel cells). Completely new players are disrupting the market segment forcing the traditional companies to re-think their strategies. The automotive manufacturing industry must adapt to this by rapidly learning new processes to build motors, batteries, and associated vehicle structures. Manufacturing of biomedical devices involves enabling technologies such as 3D CAD/CAE/CAM, 3D printing, medical imaging & processing, VR/AR, AI/ML/DL, IoT, smart sensors, miniaturization, automation, digitization, robotics, exo-skeletons, gait analysis, biocompatible materials, tissue engineering, genomics, and proteomics.


Session Schedule

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Session ID

Name

University/Organisation

Country

Additive Manufacturing

V12H1S1

AMT 1-1

14-10-2020

09 PM IST

Jyoti Majumdar

University of Michgan Ann Arbor

United States of America

SupriyoGanguly

University of Cranfield

United Kingdom

Ramesh Raghavendra

Waterford Institute of Technology

Ireland

Ramesh Singh

IIT Bombay

India

K P Karunakaran

IIT Bombay

India

Pulakh M Pandey

IIT Delhi

India

Arvind Kumar

IIT Kanpur

India

Murugaiyan A

IIT Madras

India

A K Nath

IIT Kharagpur

India

G D Janakiram

IIT Hyderabad

India

V12H1S2

AMT 1-2

13-10-2020

0730 AM IST

Sourabh Saha

Georgia Institute of Technology

United States of America

Amit Bandhopadhyay

Washington State University

United States of America

Prasad Yarlagadda

Queensland University of Technology

Australia

Shan Kumar

University of Glasgow

United Kingdom

Raj Das

RMIT University

Australia

G. Padmanabham

ARCI

India

Balashanmugam

CMTI

India

A K Lohar

CMERI

India

Amitava De

IIT Bombay

India

Sajan Kapil

IIT Guwahati

India

Nagamani Jaya Balila

IIT Bombay

India

Industrial Machines, Robotics / Automation

V12H2S1

AMT 2-1

16-10-2020

06 AM IST

Placid Ferreria

Univ. of Illinois Urbana Champaign

United States of America

A Senthil Kumar

National University of Singapore

Singapore

Satyandra Gupta

Univ. of Southern California

United States of America

Sridhar Kota

University of Michigan Ann Arbor

United States of America

Dr. Nagahanumaiah

CMTI

India

N V Reddy

IIT Hyderabad

India

Shibendu Roy

NIT Durgapur

India

T Asokan

IIT Madras

India

S M Ishtiaque

IIT Delhi

India

Anirban Guha

IIT Bombay

India

Naresh Chandra Murmu

CMERI

India

V12H2S2

AMT 2-2

19-10-2020

07 PM IST

Shiv Kapoor

Univ. of Illinois Urbana Champaign

United States of America

Sethu Vijaykumar

University of Edinburgh, UK

United Kingdom

Jyoti Majumdar

Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor

United States of America

Ramesh Babu

IIT Madras

India

Mohit Law

IIT Kanpur

India

Mohan Raj

CMTI

India

G K Ananthasuresh

Indian Institute of Science

India

S Saha

IIT Delhi

India

Sudipto Mukherjee

IIT Delhi

India

S N Nandy

CMERI

India

Atul Thakur

IIT Patna

India

Precision / Micro-Nano Manufacturing / Surface Engineering

V12H3S1

AMT 3-1

12-10-2020

07 PM IST

Saurav Goel

Cranfield University UK

United Kingdom

Ajit Kelkar

North Carolina Agri.&Tech.State Univ.

United States of America

Shiv Kapoor

UIUC, USA

United States of America

MuralidharGhantasala

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo

United States of America

Suhas S Joshi

IIT Bombay

India

Balasubramaniam R

BARC

India

Jose Matthew

NIT Calicut

India

Mamilla Ravi Sankar

IIT Tirupati

India

Koushik Viswanathan

IISc

India

Nilesh Vasa

IIT Madras

India

V12H3S2

AMT 3-2

23-10-2020

06 PM IST

Johnson Samuel

RPI, USA

United States of America

Ramesh Kuppuswamy

U. Cape Town, South Africa

South Africa

Ram Mohan

North Carolina Agri.&Tech.State Univ.

United States of America

Ajay Malshe

Purdue University

United States of America

Murukeshan V Matham

NTU Singapore

Singapore

Sathyan Subbiah

IIT Madras

India

I A Palani

IIT Indore

India

N K Jain

IIT Indore

India

Dr Arumaikkannu

Anna University

India

Soham Majumdar

IIT Bombay

India

V12H3S3

AMT 3-3

07-10-2020

08 PM IST

Arvind Agarwal

Florida International Univeristy, USA

United States of America

P.M. Ajayan

Rice Unviersity, USA

United States of America

Sanjay Mathur

University of Cologne, Germany

Germany

Sanjay Sampath

Stony Brook University, USA

United States of America

Indranil Manna

IIT KGP

India

L Rama Krishna

ARCI

India

D. Srinivasa Rao

ARCI

India

Dipak Das

DMRL

India

Anup Kumar Keshri

IIT Patna

India

Srinivasa Rao Bakshi

IIT Madras

India

Lokesh C Pathak

NML

India

V12H3S4

AMT 3-4

9/10/2020

07 PM IST

K P Rajurkar

U. Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

United States of America

SuwasNikumb

National Research Council, Canada

Canada

Rahul Raveendran Nair

University of Manchester, UK

United Kingdom

J Ramkumar

IIT Kanpur

India

Soumtria Paul

IIT Kharagpur

India

N K Reddy

CMTI, Karnataka

India

R Sharma

CSIR-National Physical Laboratory

India

Rudra Pratap

Indian Institute of Science

India

Srikrishna Joshi

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

India

Smart Manufacturing. IoT, Digital Manufacturing

V12H4S1

AMT 4-1

5/10/2020

07 AM IST

SudarsanRachuri

 

United States of America

Sam Anand

University of Cincinatti, USA

United States of America

Prasad Yarlagadda

QUT, Australia

Australia

Amresh Chakravarthy

IISc

India

Prakash Vinod

Central Manufacturing Technology Institute

India

Makaranth Kulkarni

IIT Bombay

India

Savithri S

NIIST, Trivandrum

India

Prasanna Gandhi

IIT Bombay

India

Sunil Jha

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

India

S SPande

IIT Bombay

India

V12H4S2

AMT 4-2

20-10-2020

07 PM IST

Satish Bukkapatnam

Texas A & M

United States of America

Kesava Das

UIUC

United States of America

Ram D Sriram

NIST, USA

United States of America

Surya Kalidindi

Georgia Tech

United States of America

Raj Kumar Roy

City University

United Kingdom

Sanjay Sarma

MIT

United States of America

B Gurumoorthy

IISc

India

Arunachalam N

IIT Madras

India

S K Paul

IIT Kharagpur

India

Maneesh Arora

IISc

India

C S Kumar

IIT Kharagpur

India

Specialty Products Manufacturing

 

V12H5S1

AMT 5-1

15-10-2020

05 PM IST

Suresh Advani

University of of Delaware, USA

United States of America

Gangadhara Prusty

UNSW, Australia

Australia

G. Saravana Kumar

IIT Madras

India

Asim Tewari

IIT Bombay

India

Sudeep Samantha

CSIR - Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute

India

Rohit Srivastava

IIT Bombay

India

Suman Chakravarthy

IIT Kharagpur

India

Jitendra Prasad Khatait

IIT Delhi

India

Dipayan Sanyal

Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute

India

R Velmurugan

IIT Madras

India

K Senthilkumaran

IIITDM

India

V12H5S2

AMT 5-2

6/10/2020

0630 PM IST

Anil Saigal

Tufts Univ, USA

United States of America

Sunil Joshi

NTU Singapore

Singapore

Subbaraju K

SUTD Singapore

Singapore

Susmita Bose

Washington State University

United States of America

B Ravi

IIT Bombay

India

Harish Barsilia

CSIR - National Aerospace Laboratories

India

M. Manivannan

IIT Madras

India

Sujatha Srinivasan

IIT Madras

India

Naresh Bhatnagar

IIT Delhi

India

PVM Rao

IIT Delhi

India