IIT Delhi UCL Workshop

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi and University College London (UCL), UK organised a three-day international workshop on the research theme titled, “Closed Loop Green Technologies for Rural Communities”.

The workshop was hosted at IIT Delhi from 11–13 September 2017.

The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

Dr. Priti Parikh, Associate Professor (UCL) and Dr. Ram Chandra, Energy Bioscience Overseas Fellow (IIT Delhi) are the lead coordinators for this event. This workshop is supported by a Researcher Links grant under the Newton Bhabha Fund.

The grant is funded by the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Royal Society of Chemistry and delivered by the British Council. Researchers Links.

Closed loop green technologies for rural communities

The theme “closed loop green technologies for rural communities” is focused on environmental friendly solutions such as the reuse of solid and food waste for energy generation, improved water resources management, sanitation and energy provision.

The workshop supports the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan with the vision of transformational change by leveraging knowledge of academic institutions.

Unnat Bharat Abiyan connects academic institutions with local communities to address development challenges through participatory processes and appropriate technologies.

Meeting images

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