Participation of IITH Alumni in an Indian Embassy event




On 22nd January 2020, Embassy of India Tokyo organized a unique brainstorming event (AWSAR - Action oriented Working group for Scientific, Academic and R&D initiatives) in which Indian / Indian origin Scientists and Researchers in Japan presented novel ideas to further bilateral #IndiaJapan collaboration in Science and Technology (S&T). His Excellency Ambassador Sanjay Kumar Verma gave the opening remarks and emphasized the key role played by Indian Scientists / Researchers in bilateral S&T relations.The event which was coordinated by Science&Technology Wing of Embassy saw participation of about 40 Scientists / Researchers with 20 presentations of ideas in fields like Environment, Healthcare, Physics, Nanotechnology and Infrastructure etc. The vote of thanks was delivered by DCM Shri Raj Kumar Srivastava where he emphasized that S&T is one of the major complementarities between India and Japan and India Japan collaboration in S&T emerging fields like Healthcare, Energy Security, Digital technologies, Disaster Resilient Infrastructure, Agritech, Biotech, Food Processing, etc will contribute to strengthen the bilateral relations.

It’s an immense pleasure that out of total 21 presentations, we had 5 presentations by IITH alumni members along with senior professionals and scientists.

Sai Chandra Teja Radhapuram- Digital partnership space India-Japan. (Society 5.0 & Make in India)
Sanskar Godha: Bubble-90- save water
Mahendra Kumar Pal- Development of Numerical tool of global standard of seismic resilience
Vipul Jindal- Food and Beverage Technology
Divya Anand- Sustainable Technology Advancements

All the presentations were applauded by His Excellency Ambassador sir and Deputy Chief of Mission.