Mangaluru: 9th Prof Prakash P Karat endowment lecture held

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Mangaluru, Mar 13: The 9th lecture of Prof Prakash P Karat, endowment lecture series held on Saturday, March 11 at Sanidhya Hall, St Aloysius College (Autonomous).

Dr Nagesh S Kini, co-founder and chief technology officer, Vimano EWA Pvt Ltd. Bengaluru delivered the lecture on the topic, 'The Future Large-Scale Energy-Storage'. In his lecture, he narrated various energy storage options available in the present day, starting from the Lead Acid battery to the recent flow batteries in which liquid electrolytes are used. He gave an overall picture of the current need of energy requirements of the world. He explained the disadvantages of solar energy because of the lower efficiency and lithium ion batteries due to its cost. Being an start-up entrepreneur, he could analyse the physics and chemistry involved in the storage devices and the manufacturing procedure and the marketing strategies.

Dr Prakash Kamath, formerly dean-physical sciences, St Aloysius College (Autonomous), presided over the function. He explained how the basics of physics taught in the class is used in the practical applications of the real life. Dr Dennis Fernandes, principal-in-charge, St Aloysius College (Autonomous), congratulated the organisers for organising lecture on such a relevant topic. Prof Prakash P Karat, was present during the lecture. Large number of faculty members from various colleges, research scholars and students attended the lecture.

The endowment lecture was organised by the students and admirers of Prof Prakash P Karat.




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