TTA's Sunday meeting

TTA has initiated exclusive activity of Sunday meet. The Sunday meet interactions empowered technology aspect, business aspect, commercial aspect, and training & skills aspects. The activity performance is outstanding and well toward mobilizing technology transfer process. As a result of interactions business worth 220 crore were implemented.

Webinar Speaker Synopsis Date and time Webinar aspect Webinar video
56)   ORGANIC FARMING: MYTHS and REALITY Dr Balkrishna Jamadagni, TTA Speaker Dr Balkrishna Jamadagni

M.Sc. (Agri) Ph. D. (Crop Physiology)  
Adviser to YERALA PROJECTS SOCIETY, SANGALI, the NGO working for 23 adopted villages in drought prone area of Maharashtra and Karnataka; One million tree plantation programme is in progress; five lakh trees of local importance planted with 95 per cent survival. Member Deccan Sugar Technologists' Association Pune

In recent years, there is a growing movement of Organic Farming wherein the farm is viewed as a whole Living system with integration of many component parts viz.plants, animals, microbes, soil and people. Various trends of Organic Farming prevail under the names like Natural Farming, Sustainable Farming, Fukuoka Farming, Vemiculture Farming, LISA Farming, Shiva yoga Farming, Agnihotra Farming, Go-Vidnyan Farming etc. in Maharashtra and India.

- Technology aspect, Business aspect Click to see video: TTA's Sunday Meet 16/05/2021, ORGANIC FARMING: MYTHS and REALITY
55)   Sizing of Solar Photovoltaic Panel Dr. Adinath Funde Dr. Adinath Funde

Affiliation: School of Energy Studies, Savitribai Phule Pune University  
Designation: Assistant Professor, School of Energy, University of Pune 

Sizing of a solar photovoltaic system with PVSyst software is facilitates the user to simulate the effect of the combination of module size, and technology. The roof area per specific power requirement of high rise buildings in urban area demands higher efficiency module technologies. Maximization of power generation yield from PV system with different permutations and combinations will be demonstrated.

- Technology aspect Coming soon !
53)   Efficient Hydrogen Storage and Delivery System Dr Rajesh Biniwale Dr. Rajesh Biniwale

Senior Principal Scientist, CSIR-NEERI  Professor, Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research Founder Director, Ecologique Science Technik (I) Pvt. Ltd.

Hydrogen is being pursued as a future fuel for automotive applications in internal combustion engines and in fuel cell. Hydrogen-fuelled vehicles will use fuel cells, which can provide much higher energy conversion efficiency as compared to internal combustion engines with zero tailpipe emissions.

- Technology aspect, Business aspect Click to see video: TTA's Sunday Meet 02/05/2021, Efficient Hydrogen Storage & Delivery System,
52)   Sensor research in Indian Universities – status and problems faced Dr. S. A. Gangal Dr. {Ms} S. A. Gangal

Ex.Professor Emeritus (UGC), Ex ISRO Chair Professor,
Ex Professor and Head Department of Electronic Science, Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune 411007

TTA is in the process of bringing University Research into a marketable products under dynamic leadership of Mr Vishwas Kale. TTA have signed a MoU with SP Research Park Foundation. Dr Gangle will take overview of   Sensor research in Indian Universities – status and problems faced    

Initially a brief introduction on sensors and sensor requireo a marketable ments in different fields will be given.

- Technology aspect Click to see video: 52nd TTA Sunday Meet Webinar- 25/04/2021, Sensor research in Indian Universities, status & problems
51)   Green Hydrogen as a sustainable fuel and its affordable generation by using Bio Methane. Prof. Dr. Ratnadip R. Joshi Prof. Dr. Ratnadip R. Joshi

Ph.D. (CSIR NCL-SPPU); M.Tech.(Chem.); PGDBM; Certified Energy Auditor, BEE, Govt. of India,
Associate Dean: Quality Assurance (NBA, ISO and Apex body interactions)
Associate Professor, Dept. of Petroleum & Petrochemical Engineering, 
MAEER's MAHARASHTRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT),

Hydrogen is a clean fuel that, when consumed in a fuel cell, produces only water. Hydrogen can be produced from a variety of domestic resources, such as natural gas, nuclear power, biomass, and renewable power like solar and wind. The high calorific value, stability and transportability qualities make it an attractive fuel option for transportation and electricity generation applications.

- Technology aspect Click to see video: 51th TTA Sunday Meet Webinar- 18 April 2021, Green Hydrogen as a sustainable fuel.
50)   Modern Technologies in Genetic Improvent of Crop Plants Dr Yogendra ji Nerkar Dr. Yogendra ji Nerkar

Dr Nerkar secured the B.Sc.(Agri.) degree from the University of Pune (1964),and the M.Sc.and Ph.D. degrees in Genetics (1966 and 1970 resp.) from the Indian Agriculture University(MPKV),Rahuri in 1971,Dr.Nerkar served the MPKV and the Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Agricultural University(VNM-

Food is the most basic need of human beings.For the ever-increasing population,the pace of food production has to be kept above the rate of growth of population,so that the world can be hunger-free.By 2050,India has to double the present foodgrain production to meet the food demand then.Therefore, the genetic improvement of the productivity and quality of our crop plants is of paramount significance.The status of this branch of science will be presented by Dr.Y.S.Nerkar in the historical perspective as well as in the light of the new technologies discov

- Technology aspect Click to see video: TTA's Sunday Meet 11April 21 Modern Technologies in Genetic Impro. of Crop Plants Dr Yogendra Nerkar
49)   Innovation & Incubation Management Manish Patil Mr Manish Patil

 Co-Founder at Jugaadfunda Innovations LLP and ERGOPTIX, Co-Founder Cluster of Regional Entrepreneurs in Applied Technology for Jointly Operated Business. This is his second presentation. 

Business incubators are established to deliver socio-economic development benefits. This session shall highlight principles of incubation, along with tools, processes, policies, and methods for survival and growth of enterprises. Examples of best practice business incubator management during the session shall demonstrate how incubators can be designed and operated to rapidly move through their initial, infrastructure focused phase of development to concentrate time and effort on enterprise development by providing value adding management services to their clients.

- Business aspect, Other Coming soon !
48)   How to make & implement Business Plan Kiran Nawathe in TTA Sunday meet Kiran Nawathe

Kiran have 43 years vast experience in R&D Projects with various organisations. In webinar Kiran will share a Case Study. Kiran participated in a Business plan

HOW TO CREATE & EXECUTE BUSINESS PLAN ?

Kiran will discuss following bullet points,

- Business aspect Click to see video: TTA's Sunday Meet 28th March 21- How to make & implement Business Plan, Mr. Kiran Nawathe
47)   Sustainable "CREATJOB" Manish Patil AT TTA Sunday Meet March 2021 Mr Manish Patil

Co-Founder at Jugaadfunda Innovations LLP and ERGOPTIX
Manish is highly passionate about building entrepreneurial innovation ecosystems and bringing together socio-economic stakeholders through IT platforms.
Manish is well acquainted with Product design, Requirement analysis, Embedded system architecture design, Project management methods, VLSI architectures, Hardware design, PCB design, System integration, Testing and Documentation, Electronics product manufacturing.

*Sustainable "CREATJOB"*
(Cluster of Regional Entrepreneurs in Applied Technology for Jointly Operated Business) Innovation Ecosystem Execution Model for Bridging the Gap between Industry-Academia-Mentors-Investors and Incubators.

- Training & skilling, Other Click to see video: Sunday 21-03-21 March Meet up Manish Patil
46)   SOLAR ENERGY & ELECTRIC PUBLIC TRANSPORT (Vidyut vahan) for INDIA Mr A  Abhyankar in TTA Sunday meet , SOLAR ENERGY & ELECTRIC PUBLIC TRANSPORT Mr Avinash Abhyankar

Mr Avinash Abhyankar
DIRECTOR APPROPRIATE POWERCON EQUIPMENTS PVT LTD 

Solar energy has been the eternal energy source (AXHYA URJA STROT). GENERATION
TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION are natural phenomena. INDIA is blessed with 300days of unhindered SUNSHINE. Logically PV power ought to be our first choice. In the eighteenth century, first AUTOMOBILE was powered by electrical energy. With the discovery of OIL & ICE, in the nineteenth century electrical energy was relegated to vehicle starting duty.
Primary limitations being; energy storage, range, recharge time, energy density. Even today the issues remain the same.

- Technology aspect Click to see video: Sunday Meet-up 14th March 21 - SOLAR ENERGY & ELECTRIC PUBLIC TRANSPORT -Mr Avinash Abhyankar