Sci-ROI is happy to announce that we are organizing a focused webinar on “India’s Quest Towards Energy Sustainability: Research Prospects and Career Opportunities” on Saturday, December 10, 2022

Sustainable energy is a crucial aspect of the global energy dilemma, as well as a crucial factor in human progress and activity. Sustainable energy is essential due to the enormous and expanding nature of energy use, the numerous environmental concerns associated with energy systems, and the importance of energy to living standards and economic progress. India has set a target to reduce carbon footprint to less than 45% by the end of the decade, and to achieve carbon neutrality by 2070. Thus, sustainable energy will create enormous profits, particularly from new startup ecosystems, and provide numerous career opportunities for academic and industry research.

If you’re an engineer or scientist attempting to break into India’s sustainable energy research and startup ecosystem, join us to learn from renowned speakers across industry and academia.


December 10, 2022
7:30 PM – 9 PM IST
9 AM – 10:30 AM EST

Confirmed Speakers

Dr. Rai is a Distinguished Chief Scientist at TCS Research & Innovation currently leading Physical Sciences Research. She obtained her PhD from NCL Pune. Her research team at TCS specializes in computational material science that leverages physics-based models and data analysis to deploy new materials and chemicals. Read More...

Dr. Beena Rai,

Prof. Sebastian Peter is an Associate Professor at JNCASR, Bangalore. Prof. Peter joined JNCASR after his PhD degree from Germany and post doc from US. Prof. Peter has been awarded the numerous national and international honors and recognitions. Read More...

Prof. Sebastian Peter,

Dr. Indranil Rudra is currently a manager in the Computational Chemistry and Material Science department at Shell Global Research. He graduated with a PhD from the Indian Institute of Science with a Ph.D. in 2003 in the field of theoretical chemistry. Read More...

Dr. Indranil Rudra,

Prof. Vivek Polshettiwar, after his Ph.D. in 2005, worked as a postdoc in France and USA for few years before starting his group at KAUST in 2009. In 2013, he moved to TIFR, and his group is working on the development of novel nanomaterials as catalysts to tackle “climate change”. Read More...

Prof. Vivek Polshettiwar,

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