SAIL-RDCIS, IIT-ISM sign MoA for collaboration in Nanotechnology

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Updated on Sep 1, 2022 11:17 IST

The MoA has been signed between SAIL-RDCIS, Ranchi & IIT(ISM) for collaboration on the application of Nano-Technology in the Rolling Process.

SAIL-RDCIS, Ranchi & IIT(ISM), Dhanbad signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) today, i.e. September 1, 2022. The MoA has been signed between SAIL-RDCIS, Ranchi & IIT(ISM) for collaboration on the application of Nano-Technology in the Rolling Process. The agreement was signed by P Pathak, CGM(Rolling) from SAIL, Ranchi and Professor Sagar Pal, Dean(R&D) from IIT(ISM) side according to the official statement. Later the team interacted with N Banerjee, ED(RDCIS). Talking about the collaboration between SAIL-RDCIS, Ranchi & IIT(ISM), Banerjee opined that Nano-Lubrication will reduce energy consumption during the rolling process. Also, he urged to focus on supporting Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and Startups of Jharkhand.

The IIT(ISM) team comprised Professor Sagar Pal, Professor A R Dixit, HOD (Mech Engg), Professor R K Gangwar, Asso. Dean (R&D) and Professor SK Ghosh, Principal Investigator from IIT(ISM). From SAIL's side N Pradhan, CGM(C,E&E), Sanjoy Parida, CGM (Automation), Dr Vinod Kumar, CGM (Products), S Goswami, CGM (Iron), P Pathak, CGM (Rolling), S K Jha, GM & HOG (Shape Rolling),  Dr S Rath, GM & Head (Flat Rolling & Tribology) and other senior executives were present during the signing event.

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