Workshop Registration End Date :2024-07-29

Virtual Workshop

The Green NanoSynth Workshop: Sustainable Synthesis of NiO Nanoparticles and Renewable Hydrogen Production from Bioethanol

Empowering Sustainability: Crafting NiO Nanoparticles & Renewable Hydrogen from Bioethanol at The Green NanoSynth Workshop

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MODE
Virtual (Google Meet)
TYPE
Mentor Based
LEVEL
Moderate
DURATION
3 Days (1.5 hour/Day)
Start Date
29 – Jul – 24
Time
03:00 PM IST

About

The Green NanoSynth Workshop offers a unique platform for participants to delve into the realm of sustainable synthesis techniques for NiO nanoparticles and their application in renewable hydrogen production from bioethanol. Led by expert facilitators, the workshop spans three days, covering essential topics such as green nanotechnology fundamentals, principles of green chemistry, introduction to NiO nanoparticles, characterization techniques, and practical applications in hydrogen production. Through a combination of theoretical insights, hands-on demonstrations, and industry case studies, attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of green technology principles and its potential in addressing global sustainability challenges. With a focus on fostering collaboration and innovation, the workshop provides a dynamic environment for networking, sharing ideas, and exploring future research directions in this rapidly evolving field.

Aim

The aim of “The Green NanoSynth Workshop” is to provide a comprehensive understanding of sustainable synthesis techniques for NiO nanoparticles and their application in renewable hydrogen production from bioethanol. Through a series of sessions covering green nanotechnology fundamentals, principles of green chemistry, introduction to NiO nanoparticles, characterization techniques, and practical applications in hydrogen production, the workshop aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to the advancement of green technology and address pressing sustainability challenges. Attendees will also explore industry case studies, future perspectives, and networking opportunities to foster collaboration and innovation in this important field.

Workshop Objectives

  1. To provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of green nanotechnology principles and their importance in sustainable development.
  2. To familiarize participants with key principles of green chemistry and environmentally friendly synthesis methods for nanoparticle production.
  3. To introduce participants to the properties, characteristics, and applications of NiO nanoparticles in catalysis and energy storage.
  4. To equip participants with practical skills in various sustainable synthesis techniques for NiO nanoparticles, including plant-mediated synthesis, microbial synthesis, and microwave-assisted synthesis.
  5. To train participants in advanced characterization techniques such as X-ray diffraction (XRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) for analyzing NiO nanoparticle properties.
  6. To explore the integration of NiO nanoparticles in bioethanol reforming reactions for renewable hydrogen production and understand the catalytic mechanisms involved.
  7. To examine real-world case studies and industry applications of NiO nanoparticles in hydrogen production, providing insights into industry best practices and challenges.
  8. To discuss future trends and opportunities in green nanotechnology research, highlighting potential areas for innovation and industrial implementation.
  9. To foster networking and collaboration among participants, industry professionals, and experts in the field, facilitating knowledge exchange and potential research partnerships.
  10. To empower participants to contribute to the advancement of green technology and sustainable development through their expertise in NiO nanoparticle synthesis and renewable hydrogen production.

Workshop Structure

Day 1: Fundamentals of Green Nanotechnology and NiO Nanoparticle Synthesis
Session 1: Introduction to Green Nanotechnology
● Overview of Nanotechnology and Its Applications
● Importance of Green Nanotechnology in Sustainable Development
● Role of Nanoparticles in Various Fields

Session 2: Principles of Green Chemistry for Nanoparticle Synthesis
● Key Principles of Green Chemistry
● Environmentally Friendly Solvents and Reaction Conditions
● Green Metrics for Evaluating Synthesis Methods

Session 3: Introduction to NiO Nanoparticles
● Properties and Characteristics of NiO Nanoparticles
● Applications in Catalysis and Energy Storage
● Current Research and Developments

Session 4: Green Synthesis Techniques for NiO Nanoparticles
● Plant-Mediated Synthesis
● Microbial Synthesis
● Microwave-Assisted Synthesis
● Other Sustainable Approaches

Day 2: Characterization of NiO Nanoparticles and Their Properties
Session 5: Characterization Techniques for NiO Nanoparticles
● X-ray Diffraction (XRD)
● Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)
● Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)
● Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR)
● UV-Visible Spectroscopy

Session 6: Understanding NiO Nanoparticle Properties
● Size, Shape, and Surface Area
● Crystal Structure and Composition
● Surface Functionalization Techniques

Day 3: Applications of NiO Nanoparticles in Renewable Hydrogen Production from
Bioethanol
Session 7: Overview of Renewable Hydrogen Production
● Significance of Renewable Hydrogen
● Bioethanol as a Sustainable Feedstock
● Different Methods of Hydrogen Production

Session 8: NiO Nanoparticles in Hydrogen Evolution Reaction (HER)
● Mechanisms of HER
● Role of NiO Nanoparticles in Catalyzing HER
● Recent Advances in NiO Nanoparticle HER Catalysts

Session 9: Integration of NiO Nanoparticles in Bioethanol Reforming
● Bioethanol Reforming Process
● Catalyst Requirements for Bioethanol Reforming
● NiO Nanoparticles in Bioethanol Reforming Reactions

Session 10: Case Studies and Industry Applications
● Real-world Examples of NiO Nanoparticles in Hydrogen Production
● Success Stories and Challenges in Industrial Implementation

Session 11: Future Perspectives, Challenges, and Closing Remarks
● Future Trends in Green Nanotechnology and NiO Nanoparticle Research
● Challenges and Opportunities in Scaling Up Production
● Closing Remarks, Certificates, and Networking Opportunities

Participant’s Eligibility

Students, PhD Scholars/ Researchers, Academicians, Industry Professional of nanotechnology, chemistry, materials science, and renewable energy, sustainable technology,

Important Dates

Registration Ends

2024-07-29
Indian Standard Timing 02:00 PM

Workshop Dates

2024-07-29 to 2024-07-31
Indian Standard Timing 03:00 PM

Workshop Outcomes

  1. Proficiency in Green Nanotechnology Principles: Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of green nanotechnology principles and their application in sustainable synthesis techniques for NiO nanoparticles and renewable hydrogen production.
  2. Mastery of Green Chemistry Methodologies: Participants will learn key principles of green chemistry and environmentally friendly synthesis methods, enabling them to design and optimize sustainable synthesis routes for NiO nanoparticles.
  3. Competence in Nanoparticle Synthesis Techniques: Participants will develop practical skills in various nanoparticle synthesis techniques, including plant-mediated synthesis, microbial synthesis, and microwave-assisted synthesis, among others.
  4. Expertise in Nanoparticle Characterization: Participants will gain proficiency in characterization techniques such as X-ray diffraction (XRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) for analyzing the properties of NiO nanoparticles.
  5. Understanding of NiO Nanoparticle Properties: Participants will learn about the size, shape, surface area, crystal structure, and composition of NiO nanoparticles, as well as techniques for surface functionalization and modification.
  6. Knowledge of Renewable Hydrogen Production: Participants will acquire an overview of renewable hydrogen production methods, with a focus on bioethanol as a sustainable feedstock, and gain insights into different hydrogen production techniques and their applicability.
  7. Familiarity with Hydrogen Evolution Reaction (HER): Participants will understand the mechanisms of the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) and the role of NiO nanoparticles as catalysts in catalyzing HER, along with recent advances in NiO nanoparticle HER catalysts.
  8. Integration of NiO Nanoparticles in Bioethanol Reforming: Participants will explore the integration of NiO nanoparticles in bioethanol reforming reactions, including the bioethanol reforming process, catalyst requirements, and the catalytic role of NiO nanoparticles.

Mentor Profile

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Name: Mr. Dinanath Akela
Designation: IBR Competent Person (CBB- New Delhi)
Affiliation: IBR Competent Person (CBB- New Delhi), BOE Trainer & Certified Energy Manager(BEE- Govt of India)

Mr. Dinanath Akela is Competent Person for Inspection & Certification of Boilers (CBB- New Delhi), Certified BOE Trainer & Certified Energy Manager (BEE-govt of India). He has presented Several Technical Papers, Workshops & webinars for Academia & Industries as well. He is having 15 Years of Experience in the field of Thermal Power Plants / Boiler Engineering & Energy Management. His Area of Expertise includes Boiler & Steam
Technology/ Biomass / Green Hydrogen / Trouble shooting of Industries issues in Operation.

Fee Structure

Student

INR. 1399
USD. 50

Ph.D. Scholar / Researcher

INR. 1699
USD. 55

Academician / Faculty

INR. 2199
USD. 60

Industry Professional

INR. 2699
USD. 84

Certificate

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  • Access to Live Lectures
  • Access to Recorded Sessions
  • e-Certificate
  • Query Solving Post Workshop

Placement Assistance

  1. Industry Networking Opportunities: The workshop will facilitate interactions between participants and industry professionals through networking sessions, panel discussions, and industry guest lectures. This will enable participants to build valuable connections with potential employers and industry experts.
  2. Internship Opportunities: Participants may be provided with information about internship opportunities at companies or research institutions working in relevant fields such as nanotechnology, renewable energy, and green chemistry. Assistance in securing internships that align with their interests and career goals will be offered.
  3. Corporate Partnerships: The workshop organizers may establish partnerships with corporations, research institutions, and industry associations involved in green technology and renewable energy sectors. These partnerships can lead to collaborative projects, research funding opportunities, and potential job placements for participants.
  4. Job Placement Support: Participants will receive guidance and support in job search strategies, resume building, interview preparation, and career counseling. Job placement assistance services may include connecting participants with job openings, organizing recruitment drives, and facilitating interviews with potential employers.
  5. Alumni Network: An alumni network of past workshop participants, industry professionals, and mentors may be established to foster continued networking, knowledge sharing, and career advancement opportunities. Alumni events, online forums, and mentorship programs can facilitate ongoing engagement and support among participants.

Future Career Prospects

  1. Research and Development: Graduates and researchers with expertise in sustainable synthesis techniques for NiO nanoparticles and renewable hydrogen production may pursue careers in research and development roles within academia, government research institutions, or private sector companies focused on green technology innovation.
  2. Nanomaterials Engineering: Participants equipped with knowledge of nanoparticle synthesis, characterization techniques, and green chemistry principles may find opportunities in nanomaterials engineering, particularly in industries such as catalysis, energy storage, and environmental remediation.
  3. Renewable Energy Sector: With a focus on renewable hydrogen production from bioethanol, participants may explore careers in the renewable energy sector, including roles in hydrogen fuel production, fuel cell technology development, and renewable energy project management.
  4. Environmental Consulting: Professionals with expertise in green nanotechnology and sustainable synthesis techniques may pursue careers in environmental consulting firms, where they can contribute to projects focused on environmental sustainability, green manufacturing, and pollution prevention.
  5. Entrepreneurship and Startups: Workshop participants may choose to leverage their knowledge and skills to launch their own startups or entrepreneurial ventures in areas such as sustainable materials manufacturing, green energy solutions, or environmental consulting services.
  6. Academic and Industry Collaboration: Participants may collaborate with academic institutions, research organizations, and industry partners to further advance research in green nanotechnology, catalysis, and renewable energy technologies, fostering innovation and knowledge exchange.

Job Opportunities

  1. Nanomaterials Scientist/Engineer
  2. Renewable Energy Engineer
  3. Green Chemist
  4. Environmental Consultant
  5. Materials Engineer
  6. Research Scientist
  7. Process Engineer
  8. Entrepreneur/Startup Founder
  9. Educator/Professor

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