Mangaluru: St Aloysius (Deemed to be University) organizes national seminar

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Mangaluru, Feb 20: The postgraduate department of studies and research in chemistry in collaboration with entrepreneurship and consultancy cell at St Aloysius (Deemed to be University) organized a day-long national seminar on ‘Challenges and Opportunities in the Global Chemistry Enterprise’ on February 19 in Fr L F Rasquinha Hall, LCRI Block.

Pramod Hegde (founder and managing director, Medorganics India Pvt Ltd) was the chief guest and delivered an impactful keynote address. He emphasized the need for professionals in the global chemistry rather than merely chasing monetary funds.

Dr Praveen Martis SJ, vice chancellor of St Aloysius (Deemed to be University), in his presidential remarks, shedding light on the challenges and opportunities faced by the students on the ‘Zen See Generation’ in the global chemistry landscape.
The seminar featured 4 distinguished speakers, inclusion of an online speaker in it, enriching the discourse by bringing in global perspectives without physical limitations.

Session Highlights:

The first session navigated the entrepreneurial landscape within the global sector, emphasizing the innovation and the challenges faced by emerging starts ups. The speaker Dr Ravishankar Bhat, chief operating officer and co-founder biological research innovation center and solutions, LLP Bengaluru shared valuable insights and introduced a dedicated website as a valuable resource for enthusiasts.

Second session offered a detailed analysis, the speaker, Swathi Devadiga, senior manager, quality Primacy industries Pvt ltd, Mangaluru, outlined the intricacies, manufacturing and underscored the numerous opportunities available within the industry. The session provided the attendees with a deeper understanding of the operational aspects of the prominent company, enriching the discourse on the practical application of the chemistry in the corporate landscape.

Dr Vijayendra S Shetti, assistant professor, department of Chemistry, NITK Suratkal, illuminated the audience on the fascinating subject of Porphyrin themed molecular architecture providing valuable insights into its significance and potential application in the field of chemistry.

Dr Joel Cornelio, postdoctoral researcher, University of Birmingham, UK and a prominent alumnus of the chemistry department joined the event remotely, delivered an insightful presentation on 'Photophysics of metal-organic frameworks'. Shedding light on the properties of these materials in the realm of chemistry.

The diverse speaker’s sessions collectively contributed to a rich and enlightening experience.

Dr Vinola Rodrigues, head of the department of postgraduate studies and research in chemistry welcomed the gathering. Dr Jyothi N Rao, the convenor of the national seminar delivered a gracious vote of thanks.





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