NIT Jalandhar | GIAN Program Biotechnology and Biovalorisation of Extremophiles, Apply by 02 November 2022.
NIT Jalandhar is organizing a Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) Program Biotechnology and Biovalorisation of Extremophiles. Interested candidates can apply.
Owing to the rapid growth of the population and industrial developments, wastes are being generated at rapid rates. These wastes create tremendous health, ecological, and social impacts and global concerns for waste disposal is increasing in recent years. There is a constant lookout for an efficient, facile, eco-friendly, and economical strategy for the safe disposal of waste. Most of the conventional methods suffer from several limitations. For example, chemical methods of treatment demand sophisticated facilities and are not environmentally benign because these methods often generate wastes that are more toxic than parental wastes. Conventional chemical methods also fail to treat highly toxic waste materials such as nuclear waste and emerging pollutants.
Biotechnology and Biovalorisation of Extremophiles.
04th November to 13th November, 2022 at Dr B R Ambedkar NIT Jalandhar
The primary objectives of the course are to teach the following concepts to participants:
- Basic concepts of extremophilic processes design and development
- Emerging contaminants: Health, Ecological, and Social Impacts
- Challenges in the safe disposal of hazardous nuclear wastes and emerging pollutants
- Biovalorisation of agricultural wastes and industrial effluents
- Fate and transport of emerging pollutants in biological systems
- Specify engineering principles to extremophilic processes for disposal of hazardous pollutants
- Microbial, Enzymatic, Chemical Processes, and their Scale-up study using Extremophiles
- Dark and Photo fermentative molecular biohydrogen production from secondary wastes
- Case studies on:
- The Uranium Detoxification project of the US-DoE,
- Crew Wastes Disposal project of NASA,
- Greenhouse gas (methane) conversion project of the National Science Foundation (NSF),
- Food Wastes to Biofuels project of the US-DoD
- Techno-economical and life cycle assessments for an integrated process.
- Biotechnologists & Bioprocess Engineers
- Botanists, Agricultural scientists, Microbiologists
- Chemical Process Engineer, Material Scientists
- Students or Faculty from academic institutions
- Scientists and product developers from Industry/Research organization
The participation fee for taking the course would be:
- Faculty from Academic Institutions: Rs. 3,000/-
- Students: Rs 1,000/-
- Industry/Research personnel: Rs.3,000/-
- Participants from abroad: US$100
The above fee includes instructional materials, an internet facility, and snacks.
The Boarding and Lodging will be provided on a payment basis subject to availability.
- Bank Name: Canara Bank
- Account Name: Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN)
- Account Number: 2945101004688
- IFSC Code: CNRB0002945
- SWIFT: CNRBINBBBMC
Last date for Registration: 02nd November 2022.