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Upcoming CEP Programme under GIAN

Short Term course on "Analytical Systems Biology and Characterization of Biotherapeutics"

Date: December 11th to December 14th, 2018

Visiting Faculty: András Guttman, Hungary

Host Faculty: Prof. Anurag S Rathore

Development of protein based medicines is the current burgeoning segment of the global pharmaceutical industry. India has successfully placed itself as a leader in “generic” segment and is now steadily working its way up to make a global mark in the “biotherapeutic” segment as well. Unlike a “generic” drug that is a chemically synthesized identical copy of the innovator drug, production of biotherapeutics is a complex process as it involves recombinant expression of the specific protein/ peptide in a biological more

Short Term course on "Downstream Processing for Production of Biologicals"

Date: December 11th to December 14th, 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Shuichi Yamamoto, Japan

Host Faculty: Prof. Anurag S Rathore

Biotherapeutics form an important part of modern medicines. Complexity of biotherapeutics molecules necessitates elaborate purification processes involving a number of unit operations like chromatography, refolding, precipitation, filtration to target process and product related impurities. Selection of such unit operation depends on the expression system and specific purification requirements of the more

Short Term course on "Micromechanics of Fracture"

Date: January 21st to January 25th, 2019

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Dietmer Gross, Germany

Host Faculty: Prof. S. Pradyumna

Fracture and micromechanics are powerful tools used to understand and predict the behaviour of modern materials and structures. Fracture Mechanics describes the behaviour of cracked structures including failure on the macroscale and on the microscale. Micromechanics, on the other hand, investigates the impact of the inhomogeneous structure of the material, including its defects, on the macroscopic behaviour. Therefore, both fields are strongly linked. They are important to design macroscopic structures, to design new materials with specific more

Short Term course on "Optical Microsystems for Applications in Optical Engineering"

Date: February 19th to February 23rd, 2019

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Stefan Sinzinger, Germany

Host Faculty: Prof. Gufran S. Khan

The present and future measurement and sensing instruments require miniaturized optical systems with more degrees of freedom to meet greater demand in their performance. Such optical systems consists of optics of micro scale and are typically fabricated by lithographic process similar to microelectronics. Micro optics can be refractive and diffractive depending on its functioning principle. They can also be hybrid utilizing both the principles, refraction and diffraction, to achieve the desired performance more

Bank Details for FEE payment

Name of the Beneficiary: IITD CEP Account
Name of Bank: State Bank of India
Branch: IIT, Hauz Khas, Delhi-110016  
Beneficiary A/C No.: 36819334799
Bank MICR Code: 110002156
Bank IFS Code: SBIN0001077

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