International Conference on Innovations and Challenges in Mechanical Engineering Energy & CFD
ICICME – 2023
February 1st and 2nd 2023
Online Presentations and Talks
(Conference schedule will be updated very shortly)
Dr. G.S.V.L. Narasimham
Chief Research Scientist, Dept of ME, IISc, Bangalore
G.S.V.L. Narasimham is a Chief Research Scientist in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He received his M. Tech. from IIT, Madras and Ph. D. from IISc, Bangalore, both in Mechanical Engineering. His research interests include Solar Thermal Engineering, HVAC, Refrigeration, Cryogenics, Heat and Mass Transfer, CFD, and Simulation of thermal systems. He has more three decades of experience in teaching, academic and sponsored research and guidance to masters and research students. He worked as investigator in the projects sponsored by Departments of non-conventional energy sources, atomic energy, space, power, science and technology and planning commission, as well as industrial research projects sponsored by IMI, GE, Mahindra and Mahindra, etc. He also works as a consultant from IISc for various organizations and is a life member of professional bodies related to heat and mass transfer and cryogenics.
Dr. Kamaruzzaman Sopian
Principal Research Fellow,
The National University of Malaysia
Professor of Renewable Energy,
Dr. V. P. Chandramohan
Professor, Dept. Mechanical Engg,
Working as a Professor in Mechanical Engg. Dept, NIT Warangal, India, from Mar. 2018 to till date. Worked as an Associate Professor in Mechanical Engg. Dept, NIT Warangal, India from Mar 2018 to July 2022 and Assistant Professor from 28th Oct. 2013 to Mar. 2018. Successfully completed Ph.D. from Dept. of Mechanical Engg., Indian Institute of Technology Delhi on 19th Nov 2012, under the guidance of Dr. Prabal Talukdar, Professor, Dept. of Mech Engg., IIT Delhi has 80+ international SCI journals were published and 60+ publications in various international, national conferences, book series, and others.
Dr. S. Sakthinathan
Research Professor, Department of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering
National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
Dr. S. Sakthinathan currently working as a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT), Taiwan. He obtained a bachelor of science (BSc) and master of science (MSc) degrees at Bharathidasan University, India. After graduation, he worked as a project associate at the National Centre for Catalysis Research (NCCR), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Chennai, India. After, he received a Ph.D. degree from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan. He worked as a post-doctoral Researcher at the Department of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT), Taiwan. After that, he was promoted to Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, NTUT. He published more than 80 international research articles and received three major projects (3100000 NTD) in the energy materials sector from MOST-Taiwan. He guided many international master's, doctoral and vising students at Taipei Tech, Taiwan.
Dr. S. Murugan
Professor, Dept. Mechanical Engg,
Will be updated very shortly.
Electronics Department Mngr.
Valeo India Limited, Chennai
Mr. Vijayakumar Velusamy Specialties in Power electronics, Matrix converters, E -mobility, EV charging, EV battery, Electric Power train, ISO26262.
Dr. T. V. Arjunan
Professor in Mechanical Engineering
Dr. T. V. Arjunan Professor in Mechanical Engineering, School of studies in Engineering and Technology Gurughasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India.
About the Department
The department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the most progressive departments in KLU with an industry drive curriculum designed by companies like Cyient Technologies, John Deer, National Industrial Security Academy (NISA) and professional bodies like American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and Institute of Engineers (IEI).
With an emphasis on “Product Design” and “Autotronics, our students could enter automobile giants like Ashok Leyland, Cyient Technologies, Essar, FMC Technip, Hyundai, John Deer, Larsen & Toubro, Mercedes Benz, Mahindra, Tata Projects, Thermax and Thermadyne toname a few. Apart from core Mechanical Engineering, our students would acquire skills in JAVA, Python and R-Programming, so that they are also placed with the technology leaders like Cognizant, Cummins, Google, Infosys Microsoft, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Virtusa.
With hands-on experience in Robotics & Mechatronics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Signal Analysis & Processing, Internet of Things (IoT), our students could meet the evolving needs of the industries to sustain in the job market.
Trained in the full-fledged Design and Fabrication facility (Fab Lab, Central Fabrication Unit - PIT) our students can design and build their own prototype models and participate in Internationally recognized Professional body competitions like; Asian E-Bike Challenge, Hybrid Vehicle Challenge, Go Karting, HPVC, Under Water Vehicle Challenge, Quad Bike, M-Baja, E-Baja and SUPRA etc., organized by various.
About the University
Koneru Lakshmaiah Charities was established as a Trust in the year 1980 and started K L College of Engineering in the Academic year 1980-81. The trust was converted into a Society by the name Koneru Lakshmaiah Educational Foundation in the year 1996. The K L College of Engineering has attained autonomous status in the year 2006 and in February 2009, the Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation was recognized as Deemed to be University. The University is situated in a spacious 150-acre campus on the banks of Buckingham Canal of river Krishna, eight kilometers from Vijayawada city, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA. Built within a rural setting of lush green fields, the institute is a virtual paradise of pristine nature and idyllic beauty. The campus has been aptly named as “Green Fields” and the splendid avenue of trees and gardens bear testimony to the importance of ecology and environment. The campus ambiance is most befitting for scholastic pursuits. The University has been situated on a built-up area of around 15, 00, 000 Sq.ft.
9th January, 2023
Full Paper Submission
10th January, 2023
Acceptance notification/Revision request
12th January, 2023
Registration of accepted papers
15th January, 2023
Submission of Camera-ready paper along
with Registration form
28th January, 2023
Intimation of Program Schedule
Theme & Publications
Innovations and Challenges in Thermal Engineering:
• Thermal and Fluid Flow
• Refrigeration and Heat Transfer Systems
• Energy Engineering & Alternate Fuels
• Micro - Nano Devices and Systems.
• Intelligent Hybrid and Electric Vehicles.
• New Refrigerants.
• Phase Change Materials.
• CO2 Capture and Sequestration.
• Green Energy and Green Power.
Innovations and Challenges in CFD:
• High-fidelity numerical methods.
• High-performance computing.
• High Reynolds number turbulence.
• Parallel Algorithms and Solvers.
• Extreme-Scale Computing.
• Atmospheric and Ocean Modeling.
• Fluid-Structure Interaction.
• Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization.
• Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Applications.
• Software Frameworks and C/G-PU Computing.
• Industrial applications of CFD.
All accepted papers would be published in the Conference Proceedings (as soft-copy, with ISBN, and would include abstract). All papers presented in ICICME-2022 will be provided with an opportunity to publish as book chapters/journal articles indexed in Web of Science(Publication charges will be additional and separate from the registration fee). The yet-to-be-confirmed journal name is Current materials Science, Publisher: Bentham Science.