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GIAN Course on Basics and Applications of Phase Field Modeling in Materials Science

Basics and Applications of Phase Field Modeling in Materials Science

A GIAN Course

5-9 December 2016
Department of Materials Engineering
Indian Institute of Science

We are pleased to announce a week long GIAN course on Basics and Applications of Phase Field Modeling in Materials Science to be held in the Indian Institute of Sciece campus during 5-9 December 2016. This is a 1-credit course taught by Prof. Mathis Plapp (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France), together with a team of instructors drawn from academic institutions and R&D labs in India.

The Course web page has more details.

GIAN Course: Process Metallurgy for 2016 and Beyond

Process Metallurgy for 2016 and Beyond

A GIAN Course

6-18 June 2016
Department of Materials Engineering
Indian Institute of Science

We are pleased to announce a 2-week long GIAN course on Process Metallurgy for 2016 and Beyond to be held in the Indian Institute of Sciece campus during 6-18 June 2016. This is a 2-credit course taught by Prof. Seshadri Seetharaman (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden), together with a team of instructors drawn from academic institutions and R&D labs in India.

The Course web page has more details.

Seminar by Prof. Tamas Ungar (3.30pm, 16 Feb 2016)

Department of Materials Engineering
Indian Institute of Science

is pleased to invite you to the seminar on

“Composite behavior of lath martensite steels”

by

Prof. Tamas Ungar
Department of Materials Physics,
Eotvos University Budapest, Budapest, Hungary

and

Brahm Prakash Visiting Chair Professor,
Department of Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

at 3:30 p.m. on 16.2.2016 (Tuesday ),
in the Lecture Theatre,
Department of Materials Engineering.

Alumni Reception at This Year’s NMD-ATM

NMD-ATM, the flagship event of the Indian Institute of Metals, will be held in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, during 13-16 November 2015.

As we did last year (and the year before last), we are organizing an Alumni Reception during NMD-ATM this year as well. This subscription event is scheduled for the evening of Sunday, the 15th of November, 2015 [Please note the change from the date announced earlier].

This is a call to all our alumni participants at NMD-ATM 2015 to join us at the Reception.

If you are planning to attend, please send a mail to alumnus[at]materials.iisc.ernet.in giving us the following details. In order to enable us to get a good handle on the numbers, we request you to write to us well before the deadline of the 30th of October, 2015 :

  1. Name
  2. IISc Degree(s) and year(s)
  3. Mobile / phone number
  4. Current official address

The subscription for the reception is fixed at Rs. 3,000/- (the payment details will appear on this page soon); any surplus will be donated to the Prof. K.P. Abraham Memorial Fund, for which a fund-raising drive is already underway. So, larger contributions than Rs. 3,000/- are certainly welcome!

We are doing everything we can to reach out to all the alumni whose contact details are available with us. We seek your help in spreading the word about the Reception among your fellow alumni.

See you all in Coimbatore!

UG Final Year Project: Oral Examination

The Oral Exam for the UG Final Year Project will take place in the last week of April. Here’s the broad description of the process we will follow this year:

1. All the students are to submit three copies of their Project Report to Mrs. Lakshmi in the office of the Department of Materials Engineering. The deadline for submission is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, the 20th of April.

The Report needs to be submitted either in a spiral-bound form, or in a file. After incorporating all the corrections and suggestions from the examiners, the final, bound version of the Report has to be submitted on the 30th of April.

2. The Oral Examination board will consist of two common examiners, the Project guide(s), and an examiner identified by the guide(s).

3. The time-table for the Oral Exam will be sent in due course.

Please contact Prof. Abinandanan if you need any further information.