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11 German and 16 Indian experts conduct ‘Engineering for Sustainable and Resilient Development’ workshop at IIT Mandi

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Facilitated by the Indo-German Science and Technology Centre, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi, in collaboration with Leibniz University Hannover, deliberated over six sub-themes—resilient housing, green chemistry, sustainable environments, digital energy transformation, energy systems, and changing people’s attitudes towards climate change—in a 3-day workshop on ‘Engineering for Sustainable and Resilient Development’ at IITM campus from Jan 18-20. The workshop aimed to share knowledge and resources to promote sustainable development aligned with the goals of both countries.

The workshop saw 11 German experts representing renowned universities and industries, along with 16 Indian participants from prestigious institutes and industries contributing to discussions on innovative solutions related to resilient infrastructure, energy storage and transmission, and creating a sustainable environment through bilateral projects, faculty, and student exchanges.

The anticipated outcomes from the workshop include innovative solutions to the problems of resilient infrastructure, energy storage and transmission and sustainable environment through bilateral projects, faculty, and student exchanges.

Furthermore, the workshop aimed to explore the psychological aspect of changing people’s attitudes towards climate change through visualization, feedback, and peer influence.

 

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