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IISc signs MoU with Indian Navy, collaborates for joint research programmes | India News

IISc indicators MoU with Indian Navy, collaborates for joint analysis programmes | Information

Bengaluru: The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and the Indian Navy have signed an MoU to collaborate on aviation analysis and growth, and to ramp up self-reliance efforts for the Indian Navy, in step with the objectives of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’. The MoU, signed on July 29, supplies a proper foundation for the Indian Navy to work together with related college members at IISc and can promote joint analysis programmes in areas of mutual curiosity, Bengaluru-based IISc stated in an announcement.

The areas of collaboration underneath this MoU will fall underneath the area of Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, together with design and training expertise.

Specialisations that shall be underneath focus embrace Propulsion and Propulsion Programs, Metal Know-how, Metallurgy and Materials Sciences, and Corrosion Science; Programs and Controls, Instrumentation and Sensors; Environmental Science and Engineering, Power Science and Engineering; Administration (Technical and Logistics), Industrial Engineering and Operational Analysis, Nanotechnology and MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Programs), Synthetic Intelligence, Information Analytics, and Machine Studying.

The collaboration will even foster common interactions between IISc college members and officers of the Indian Navy, the assertion stated.

The MoU was signed by Captain Sridhar Warrier, Registrar, IISc and Captain P Vinayagam, Capt (APP), Indian Navy, within the presence of senior members of the Navy together with Rear Admiral Deepak Bansal, VSM, ACNS (Air Materiel), and Commodore Raja Vinod, Commodore Superintendent, NAY (Goa), other than different senior officers from the Indian Navy.

Additionally current on the event have been Chairs of a number of departments within the Division of Mechanical Sciences, and the Workplace of Analysis Grants at IISc.

“It’s a privilege for us to collaborate with the Indian Navy in these necessary areas of mutual curiosity. We stay up for the numerous thrilling analysis and growth outcomes that can emerge from this partnership,” Capt Warrier was quoted as saying.

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