The evolution of the world with nanotechnology
Name of Activity: Webinar
Resource Person: Dr. Anupma Agarwal, Assistant Professor, School of Mechatronics
Engineering, Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore
Date: July 10, 2023
Venue: Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore
Targeted Audience: Engineering Aspirants
Number of Participants: 24
1. To make the students aware of the evolution of the world with nanotechnology.
2. The webinar focuses on highlighting the future prospects and potential impacts of
3. The webinar aims to emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of nanotechnology and how
it brings together different scientific disciplines to drive innovation.
Outline of the Activity:
The webinar was initiated by Dr. S S P M Sharma, Assistant Professor, the School of
Mechatronics Engineering. He offered the formal welcome of the participants on behalf of the
Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore, and handed over the session to Dr Anupma
Agarwal. Dr Anupma took charge of the session and explained the various aspects of
nanotechnology i.e. multidisciplinary behavior, size dependability of the materials, and cause
of behavioral changes at the nanoscale. She further threw light on the applications of
nanotechnology in the field of Electronics, Energy, Environmental Remediation, Health Care,
and future technology. Discussion on the future perspective of nanotechnology has also been
done during the webinar. At the end of the presentation, a small quiz has been conducted to
make the session more interactive. The webinar was concluded with a vote of thanks delivered
by Dr. Ashish Khaira, Assistant Professor, School of Mechatronics Engineering.
School of Mechatronics Engineering
Bada Bangadda, Super Corridor, Indore – 453112, INDIA
1. Participants acquired knowledge about the fundamental concepts of nanoscale
materials and the interdisciplinary nature of nanotechnology.
2. Participants gained insights into how nanotechnology is transforming sectors such as
healthcare, electronics, energy, materials, and environmental science.
3. Participants became aware of the future prospects and potential impacts of