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Panjab University: Six-day workshop on applications concludes

As many as 45 researchers and scientists from various CRIKC institutions participated in the workshop.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh |
August 28, 2016 4:02:47 am
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A six-day national workshop concluded at Panjab University on Saturday.

The workshop was organized by the department of CIL/SAIF/UCIM, PU, on ‘Applications of NMR and LCMS for Structural Elucidation of Small Molecules (NMR-LCMS 2016)’.

As many as 45 researchers and scientists from various CRIKC institutions participated in the workshop.

PU vice-chancellor Arun Kumar Grover emphasised that the university should be seen for promoting research both in the field of hardware and software. He advised the participants that they should spread the word around, in their peer groups for organising the workshops as per their field of interest.

N Suryaprakash from IISc Bangalore, Vijay Khanna from Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, and Vairamani from SRM Chennai addressed the conference.

Deepak B Salunke, Subash Sahoo and Er. Ramesh Sharma were the conveners.

Director SAIF/CIL S K Mehta elaborated upon the high end facilities available at the centre. He also enlisted the activities and lectures conducted by the department of SAIF/CIL.

Dean Science, Praveen Rishi said the workshop is the need of the hour.

Researchers those who had come for attending such workshops should imbibe as much knowledge as possible to become more skilled, she added.

Sanjay Chhibber, coordinator Purse-II, explained the role of PURSE grant in promoting research activities at PU.

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