Newton-Bhabha India-UK advanced training school (IUATS)
IIT Gandhinagar is organizing the Newton-Bhabha India-UK advanced training school (IUATS) on Optimal design and control of Smart community: New ideas for off-grid communities during November 7-17, 2016.
The aim of this IUATS is to train participants in advanced research techniques and methodologies as well and to provide a unique opportunity to Indian-based and UK-based post-doctoral and early career (holding a PhD) researchers for sharing research expertise and networking with a focus on promoting international collaboration and supporting capacity for research and innovation in the broad area of “Smart community”.
This advanced training school will present and discuss an overview of key issues within the Smart community’s context with manifold topics, from energy planning to ICT requirements. Technical, environmental, economic, reliability and policy aspects of the relevant topics will be discussed in detail.
The training schedule includes a mix of lectures and hands-on practical training (covering more than 27 classroom hours), field trips, research collaborations and funding opportunities, and case studies in advanced research techniques.
This training workshop is being coordinated by Dr Naran M. Pindoriya (Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar) and Dr. Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt (Loughborough University, U.K.) and Prof S.N. Singh (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur), Prof. Furong Li (University of Bath, UK) and Dr Pierlugi Mancarella (The University of Manchester, UK) will support as Mentors.
There is no course fee for participation and also all travel and accommodation expenses will be covered by the Newton-Bhabha IUATS programme.
The application form, with more details on this IUATS, can be found at http://iuats.fglongatt.org/
Deadline for applications: July 15, 2016
Indian applicants should send dully filled application form to:
Dr. Naran M. Pindoriya
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar
Palaj, Gandhinagar - 382355, India
And email their completed application forms to email@example.com
UK researchers should email their completed application forms to firstname.lastname@example.org