SPEEDS - 2019
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SMS Lucknow
International Seminar
Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental &
Disaster Science:Impacts of Non-Conventional Energy Resources (SPEEDS-2019)
07 & 08 December 2019
Council of Science and Technology
 :: Messages ::
Shri Narendra Modi
'Hon'ble Prime Minister, India'
Shri Ram Naik
'Governor, Uttar Pradesh'
Shri Ashutosh Tandon
'Cabinet Minister, Uttar Pradesh'
Shri Rajendra Singh
'Waterman of India'
Shri Bhuvnesh Kumar
'Sec., Uttar Pradesh'
Prof. Vinay Kr. Pathak
Shri Pravir Kumar
Prof. V.K.Singh
Prof. Subir K. Bhatnagar
Prof. N.M.P. Verma
Prof. S.P. Singh
'VC, LU'
Er. V.B. Singh
'Council Member, FIE'
 Seminar Overview  

Climate change is transformative because its consequences reach much further than receding ice lines. Beyond the Melt explores the hidden side of Arctic climate change. The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the global average, making climate change's polar effects more intense than anywhere else in the world. Scientists project that the North Pole will see completely ice free summers by 2030.

Delving into issues as far ranging as persistent organic pollutants, methane energy sources, and warm-weather diseases, global research team uncovers, analyses, and shares the unexpected challenges and opportunities of a rapidly changing Arctic. Over exploitation of earth resources means dwindling of the ecological balance leading to natural calamities like- pestilence, earthquakes, landslides, heavy downpour, scanty rainfall , severe droughts etc., around the world causing about 50 lakh deaths per year on an average. These also produce grave injuries leaving life to standstill and make many homeless.

On the other hand climate change risks are becoming the biggest challenges of the 21st century; such as rising sea levels, that could force us to alter many ways through which economic and social activities are arranged. Climate related changes may threaten human health, disrupt economic activity, damage natural ecosystems irreversibly, and even (in worst case scenarios) lead to mass migration, food shortage, and other global humanitarian crises. We have to outline the global climate strategy to curb it such as: conversion to lower carbon economies in both developed and developing countries, with market-based incentive schemes dominant in the former group, and low-carbon technology transfer schemes dominant in the latter.

Forthcoming seminar aims at recognizing links and addressing gaps, offering strategic recommendations for exploitation of natural, renewable and non-conventional energy sources to overcome the climatic disturbances due to environmental damages, climate change risks by providing disaster management strategies and streamline the aftermath of the natural disasters and explore the probable pre and post natural disaster prevention machinery to minimize the global loss of GDP to a great extent.

Theme - Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Science: Impact of Non-Conventional Energy Resources Sub Themes:
• Non-Conventional Energy Resources in India
• Potential of Solar Energy in India
• Potential of Wind Energy in India
• Environmental Issues
• Preservation of Natural Resources
• Technological Changes to Preserves Environment
• Others

 About AKTU  

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU)(formerly UPTU) was established by the Government of Uttar Pradesh, vide Act Amendment No. 1156(2) LXXIX-V-1-15-1(Ka), 24- 2015 dated Sept 9, 2015 Uttar Pradesh Adhiniyam Sankhya 23 of 2000. Under the University Act, 'Technical Education' includes programmes of education, research and training in Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Town Planning, Pharmacy, Applied Arts & Crafts and such other programmes and areas that the central Government may in consultation with All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) by notification in Gazette declare.

As enshrined in the University Act, the University aims to provide and upgrade education, training and research in fields of technical education, and to create entrepreneurship and a conducive environment for pursuit of the technical education in close co-operation with industries. Further, as a very distinguishing feature of its vision, the University aims to make provisions for the advancement of technical education amongst classes and communities which are educationally backward.To fulfill the above broad vision, the University develops flexible and innovative academic programmes and procedures that cater to a very broad range of students with different background, and prepares them to compete at the national and international levels.

In addition to transmission of knowledge through a very well thought teaching pedagogy, the University lays a strong emphasis on knowledge creation through a well planned research programme in emerging areas, and application of knowledge by undertaking issues and problems from the industry. Apart from academics, the University lays a very strong emphasis on the overall development of a well rounded personality of its students with both professional and emotional maturity to take up the challenges in their chosen profession, and to contribute to the development of society.

 About SMS Group of Institutions(INDIA)  

Sensing the ever growing need for competent and highly trained professionals endowed with rich business acumen, skills and aptitude to operate in the highly complex and fast changing economic and industrial environment, the SMS Society established School of Management Sciences (SMS), at Varanasi in the year 1995. SMS Varanasi has been listed in top 50 B Schools in India.

In the year 2008 SMS Society expanded its base to the capital of U.P., Lucknow. SMS Lucknow, has been accorded with A ++ rating in the latest "India's Best B - School Survey 2015" conducted by Business India and was awarded the 'National Education Leadership Award' 2013 for being the "Outstanding Engineering College of North " by ET Now. The Institute has earned various renowned awards of excellence in quality and Innovation at National and International forum.

The institution has been ranked A++ (the only institute in Lucknow) amongst the best 500 engineering colleges in India according to a comprehensive analysis by the Educationpost in the issue of 2014-15 based on : Mock IIT-JEE (Specific), Industry wise Analysis, Engineering Excellence, Corporate Interface, Employer's Views, Industry Speaks, Institute's USP, National Group Ranking and Soft-Tech Watch, conducted on Engineering Institutes in India.

IIT, Bombay has declared School of Management Sciences, Technical Campus, Lucknow, as a 'Remote & Resource Center' for empowerment of faculty & staff members through training and workshops.

His Excellency Prime Minister of Bhutan Shri Jigme Y. Thinly presented prestigious award to Shri Sharad Singh, CEO, School of Management Sciences, Lucknow in World HRD Congress Summit 2010-2011

SMS Lucknow offers AICTE approved PGDM, B.Tech (CS, EC, EN, ME, CE) & MBA programmes affiliated to AKTU, Lucknow. BBA, BCA, B.Com., B.Com. (Hon.), B.Voc. affiliated to Lucknow University and Polytechnic courses in Mechanical (Production) and Civil Engineering affiliated to Board of Technical Education, Uttar Pradesh.
Website : www.smslucknow.com

 Call of Papers  

Technical papers on the above Sub Themes and related topics are invited for presentation in the different technical sessions of the conference. The authors should send two copies of extended abstract in IEEE template (not exceeding two A-4 size pages typed in 12pt. Times Roman font with double spacing) of their original works latest by Oct. 15, 2019. Authors are requested to send a copyright form duly signed by author(s) along with the abstract on smsspeeds@smslucknow.com

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