Udupi: MIT organises five-day faculty development programme on 'Cyber Physical Systems'

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Udupi, Jan 18: The inauguration of five-day faculty development programme on 'Cyber Physical Systems' organized by Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering was held on January 16 in Sir M V hall, MIT, Manipal.

Dr Shreesha HOD, ICE welcomed the gathering, guest of honour for the function were Er Ravin Jolly, software engineer, Liquid Instruments Australia and Shinoj Kalyadan, international marketing & distribution manager, Emona Instruments, Sydney, Australia.

Dr Anil Rana, director, MIT, Manipal MAHE spoke on the increasing applications of cyber-physical system in the world today and mentioned that this discipline has a bright growth prospects in the future. From medical field, to transportation, and manufacturing to defence, cyber-physical systems are in great demand. With advancements in communication and computation technologies this demand is likely to grow even faster. The faculty development program being conducted is aimed at preparing our faculty members to handle these systems in the near future.

All the sessions are being delivered by Industry experts and will conducted in an hands-on mode presidential remark. Convener of FDP Dr Santhosh K V gave the vote of thanks. The FDP is scheduled from January 16 to 20 at MIT, Manipal.




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