Dr.Vilupanur Ravi's student interaction

Date: 
Tuesday, October 20, 2015 - 10:00
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Student Interaction
Faculty Interaction
Description: 

Vilupanur RaviProfessor and Chair

Email: vravi@cpp.edu

Degrees and Professional Registration

·            PhD - Metallurgical Engineering, 1988 - The Ohio State University

·         MS - Metallurgical Engineering, 1986 - The Ohio State University

·         BE - Metallurgy, 1983 - Indian Institute of Science

·         BSc - Physics, 1980 - University of Madras

·         CEng - Materials, 2000- Council of Engineers, UK

Experience

·                   Technologist - W.L. Gore and Associates - Elkton, MD, 1994-2000

·         Member of Technical Staff - Lanxide Corp - Newark, DE, 1988-1994

·         Adjunct Professor - Drexel University - Philadelphia, PA, 2000

·         Adjunct Associate Professor - Drexel University - Philadelphia, PA, 1996-1999  

Expertise/Areas of Interest

  •        High Temperature Coatings, Refractory metals, Materials Degradation, Ceramics, Ceramic and Metal matrix Composites, Polymers, Failure Analysis

 Schedule:

10.00 to 11.00 - Student Interaction

11.00 to 12.00 - Faculty Interaction & laboratory visit.

12.15 - Lunch 

01.00 pm visit at foundry research Centre

Vilupanur Ravi, was present at Institute of Computer Technology, Ahmedabad on (20/10/2015) for student interaction.   The students are of (1st and 3rd) semester B.Tech CSE ICT.  Dr. Ravi was welcomed by Prof. Hemal Shah and escorted by faculties of B.Tech CSE.

The objective of the lecture was to (Student Interaction and Faculty Interaction). Around a 150 Approx. students attended the lecture and got the opportunity to interact with the expert and raise their queries. They were motivated by the expert to invest time and ideas in innovative projects of their own. Dr. Ravi shared his experience and answered variety of question raised by student ranging from culture to innovation for undergraduate and post graduate program at US Universities.

Post student interaction, there was a close group faculty interaction session where faculties for ICT, DCS and CMS participated. Faculties raised queries on teaching –learning environment, assessment methodology and work culture at US University. 

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