MIT, MAHE, Bengaluru to organize a three-day International Conference on Recent Advances in Fluid Mechanics and Nanoelectronics (ICRAFMN-2023)

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ManipalNational, July 2023 – Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), a constituent engineering college of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) in association with the National Institute of Technology, Uttarakhand (NIT) is organising a three-day International Conference on Recent Advances in Fluid Mechanics and Nanoelectronics (ICRAFMN-2023). The conference aims to provide an excellent venue for multidisciplinary academicians, engineers, scientists, researchers, and industry professionals to present their research findings in fluid mechanics and nanoelectronics.

The conference is set to commence on 12th July at Auditorium AB4, Manipal Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, and will conclude on 14th July. As the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour, respectively, Shri Sunny Manchanda, Director of the DRDO’s Young Scientist Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence, and Prof. Alan Jeffrey Giacomin, Editor in Chief of Physics of Fluids at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada will be present at the conference. Prof. (Dr.) Madhu Veeraraghavan, Pro Vice Chancellor of MAHE Bengaluru, and Jagannath Korody, Director of MIT, MAHE Bengaluru, and Chairperson of ICRAFMN-2023, among others, will preside over the conference.

The discussions will cover varied topics such as experimental, analytical, and computational aspects of fluid mechanics and nanoelectronics in various fields of engineering. Keynote/invited lectures will be delivered by eminent industry and academic experts from across the world for over three days with parallel technical sessions. The best paper presentation for each session will be recognized with Best Session Paper and Best Research Paper for each stream will be awarded with Best Paper Award.

Based on the suitability of the manuscript as recommended by the reviewers, select papers will be published in special issues of Physics of Fluids and the Journal of Applied Physics. All other papers will be published in conference proceedings.