Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr.Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science and Technology offers opportunities for “Semester Abroad Programme” to students from the Institution to the Foreign Universities both for coursework and for the internship. Students have an option of selecting courses of their preference. This enables to learn from experts in the International Universities.
Mr. Alla Bharat Chandra (B.Tech. – Mechanical Engineering / 2018) was awarded ERASMUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIPS by European Union to pursue his Master of Engineering (Mechanical Engg. spec. Advanced Design of Ship and Offshore Structures) in 3 Universities from 3 countries. He was an Exchange student to Taiwan during his Final Year under TEEP funding.
This full Scholarship (48000€ / ~ INR 38 Lac) includes:
- The full tuition fees (16000€ / ~ INR 12.7 Lac)
- A monthly allowance for living expenses of 1000€/month (~ INR 80,000 / month)
- Installation fee: 1000€ / ~ INR 80,000 (lump sum at arrival)
- Travel expenses (3000€/year – lump sum) (~ INR 2.4 Lac / Year)
- A health insurance (value 400€/year) (~ INR 31,000 / Year)
The EMSHIP master mobility scheme includes 4 semesters in 2 or 3 different countries and cultures.
One of the 15 students across the World and one of two from India to get this Scholarship.
The “EMSHIP M120” master is organised in 4 semesters, in 24 months and contains 120 Credits
Max Plank Institute for Software Systems, Germany
Nanyang Technological University
Carnegie Mellon University
One / Two Semesters project work abroad with Partial / Fully Funded - Directorate of International Relations
Students, who wish to pursue project work during their last two semesters or only seventh semester or final semester of their B.Tech programme, may find this information very useful.
Here are some highlights of students, who went for final semester project work has grabbed the opportunity of pursuing a Masters in the renowned universities with Monthly Stipend.
|Academic Year||Semester||No. of Students went for Project Work|
|Went Abroad||Received Financial Support (Full / Partial)||Admitted to Masters with 100% Tuition Fee Waiver and Monthly Stipend|
|From Host||From Vel Tech|
|2018-2019||Odd & Even||9||8||1||29|
|Odd & Even||27||4||23|
# – Present Final Year students
With this email, we have attached
- List of Universities Possible (For Students Exchange or Mobility)
- Internal Mobility Application Form with a list of documents required and declaration
Students may note that the possibility of funding support or scholarships is also indicated. In addition, most of Taiwan Universities pay monthly stipend under TEEP Programme (Interested students are advised to Approach International Office immediately as the opportunities have been already announced)
Students should also note that every partner University (Under Exchange) has its own deadline for application. Deadline for the Universities in Europe is during End March.
Hence, the students interested may approach the Directorate of International Relations and Apply immediately.
The applications processing starts from Feb. 20, 2020, and the last date for applying is March 15, 2020.
Vel Tech provides partial financial support for every deserving student under Founder’s Foreign Scholarship (Separate Application is required to be submitted).
For any information/clarification, please walk-in to Directorate of International Office or contact Mr. Tamilazhagan G A (+91 96000 94306) (WhatsApp message is preferred).
Note: Present Pre-final Year students those who are really willing to apply for project work during last two semesters or only seventh semester or Final Semester are advised to join the following group.
Dear Pre-Final Year students,
Fully Funded Research Internship at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) – Switzerland
18th ranked University in the world! & World’s 11th best school for Engineering and Technology..!
In the rankings EPFL competes with Cambridge, Oxford, Imperial College London and its sister institution ETH Zurich, for the European top five spots in Engineering and Technology.
EPFL is one of the two federal technical schools (university) in Switzerland. Like the ETH in Zurich, EPFL is widely regarded as a world leading university.
EPFL is one of the only universities to run a nuclear reactor (CROCUS), a fusion reactor (Tokamak Fusion), a Gene/Q Supercomputer, and have P3 bio-hazard facilities (climax of World War Z filmed here).
The EPFL Excellence in Engineering Program offers an intensive research training opportunity to students interested in research careers in any field of engineering, science and technology.
E3 is a highly selective program. If selected by a research lab, you will be contacted directly after the application deadline is closed.
You will be joining a research group for a period of 8 to 12 weeks during the summer months. Starting and ending dates are flexible to match the academic calendar of the selected students. They will be discussed during the recruiting process.
You will attend a series of group meetings and workshops given by researchers from EPFL and abroad. A dedicated workshop with combined social activity will be devoted to the participants presenting their own summer research results
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One of our partner University from Philippines, Mapua University, Philippines, is inviting faculty members from Vel Tech as Visiting Faculty for a period of 3 months. Interested Faculty members may express interest with CV through proper Channel for further processing.
Details are as follows:
About the University:
- Founded in the year 1925
- QS Asia University Ranking 2019: 401 – 500
- THE Impact Ranking – Partnerships for the goals 2019: 300+
- 14 Programmes accredited by ABET
- 7 Departments are recognised as Centre of Excellence by Philippines’s Commission on Higher Education.
About the Opportunity:
- Duration: 3 months (Aug. – Oct. / Nov.- Jan. / Feb. – Apr. / May – Jul.)
- Entitlements: accommodation, airfare and honoraria based on the CV
- Eligibility: Faculty members with Ph.D / Pursuing Ph.D (Advanced level)
- Workload: 9 hours per week + Research
ACU Blue Chater Fellowship - Grant up to INR 12.3 Lac (for Travel / Accommodation etc.,) & Research Grant of INR 3.52 Lac
Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Blue Charter Fellowships support researchers from across the Commonwealth who are working to combat plastic pollution in our oceans.
What’s on offer?
10 fellowships are available, providing placements of up to six months at ACU member universities or in industry (see a full list of host institutions with research areas below).
Successful fellows will receive a grant of up to £14,000 GBP / ~INR 12,33,000 to cover their travel, accommodation, sustenance, vaccination and visa costs, as well as a research grant of £4,000 GBP / ~ INR 3,52,000 to cover research costs associated with the fellowship.
How to apply?
Please complete the online application form in full by Sunday 16 June.
ACU Blue Charter Fellowships can be hosted by any ACU member institution, or in industry, in any Commonwealth country outside the applicant’s country of residence.
Please see below for a list of potential host institutions. Note that applicants may apply to be hosted at any other ACU member institution.
Prior to applying for the Fellowship, applicants should send an email to their selected potential supervisor outlining their area of research and its alignment to the supervisor’s specialism. Applicants are also required to provide the potential supervisor with a CV and any other relevant supporting information on their research.
Once the supervisor has agreed to host, applicants must complete the online application form by midnight UTC+1 on Sunday 16 June 2019.
If you are an ACU member institution who would like to host a Blue Charter Fellow, please email [email protected].
Brunel University London, UK
Research areas: sustainable design, waste to energy, design for behaviour change, sociology, communications and social change, waste management engineering, materials innovation (particularly biopolymers)
Contact: Professor Geoff Rodgers
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Research areas: Profesoor Opeolu’s research focuses on method development, monitoring, remediation (using biomaterials and nano-materials) and performing ecological health risk assessments of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in environmental matrices (water, soil and food).
She has investigated many heavy metals, phenolic compounds, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), perflourinated compounds (PFOS and PFOAs) and pharmaceuticals in environmental matrices as well as their toxicities in ecological systems. She launched a Beat plastic pollution campaign in June 2018 and has just started a study on microplastics occurrence in water and wastewater systems. She is interested in qualitative and quantitative analyses of plastics in different media (biotic and abiotic) as well as ecological and human health implications of plastic pollution
Contact: Professor Beatrice Olutoyin Opeolu
Cardiff University, Wales, UK
Research areas: alternative plastics and freshwater ecosystem health, ecosystem function, ecosystem services, ecotoxicology.
Contact: Professor Isabelle Durance
Research areas: environmental psychology, sustainable behaviours and lifestyles, behaviour change, perceptions of plastics in the environment.
Contact: Professor Wouter Poortinga
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), South Africa
Research area: integrated waste management
Contact: Dr Linda Godfrey
Research area: End-of-life options of plastic waste and designing biodegradable bioplastics
Contact: Dr Sudhakar Muniyasamy
Covenant University, Nigeria
Research areas: Timescale monitoring and mapping of microplastics in the marine environment; Identification, characterisation and quantification of microplastics in water, intertidal and core sediments, and biota of tropical coastal ocean.
In addition, we promote approaches to reduce inputs of plastics into the marine environment through recycling, education and public awareness.
Contact: Professor Nsikak Benson
Dalhousie University, Canada
Research areas: policy strategies to reduce use or distribution of single-use plastics, impacts of plastics on wildlife, outreach, education and awareness that targets change in human behaviour around plastics
Contact: Dr Tony Walker
Durham University, UK
Research areas: We are investigating the issue from a business point-of-view and trying to see if new business models, advance technology, and, educating the consumers can address the issues. So any issue looking at the problem to identify a business based solution will be of interest. Some key projects that we have keen interest include
Measuring the size of waste economy
Designing new business models to convert waste into valuable products
Developing a waste to energy network
Designing a local circular economy for waste to value
Identifying the best waste disposal strategy
Developing a facility location model for efficient waste collection and processing
Real-time vehicle routing for efficient waste collection
IoT based waste collection models
Contact: Dr Manish Shukla
Exeter University, UK
Research areas: coastal and marine governance, ecotoxicology, circular economy, fisheries and aquaculture, marine vertebrate ecology, maritime humanities, ocean health and well-being, ocean systems, ocean technology.
Contact: Professor Brendan Godley
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
Research areas: Environmental Sustainability; Waste Management; Waste to energy programme; E-Waste; Bio-degradable plastic waste; Indigenous Practices for sustainable development; Science, technology and Society Study, Higher Education.
Contact: Professor Madhav Govind
Keele University, UK
Research areas: materials studies and development studies, focused on plastics
Contact: Dr Deirdre McKay
Research areas: sustainable resources science, focused on plastics
Contact: Dr Sharon George
Lancaster University, UK
Research areas: Qualitative research on key cross-organizational and technical barriers/enablers within collective corporate efforts to end plastic waste in South East Asian marine environment; Sustainable Asset Valuation of new Waste Infrastructure in key South East Asian countries; Exploring cultural dimensions to consumer recycling attitudes and behaviours on plastic waste and recycling; Resolving social inequities within the informal and formal sectors of plastic waste infrastructure.
Contact: Desna Mackenzie, contact co-ordinator for Supervisors based at Lancaster University
Massey University, New Zealand
Research areas: International, regional and national plastic pollution governance, democratisation of science and policy, social licence to operate, STS, material culture, political ecologies of plastics, waste colonialism, precautionary approach, risk and uncertainty. Also offered is the opportunity to work with the ‘Palmy Plastic Pollution Challenge’: a citizen science based, ‘living labs’ research project to measure plastic pollution in the Manawatu River.
Massey University can offer a fellow the opportunity to support the sustainability strategy of an Indigenous New Zealand Fisheries company. The successful fellow will help develop strategies to reduce plastics, seek plastics alternatives, minimise negative impacts of plastics usage, and to reclaim, recycle, and reuse lost and legacy plastics.
Contact: Dr Trisia Farrelly
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Research area: The preparation and study of new materials targeting an understanding of biodegradability under different conditions. Our materials are typically prepared used renewable feedstocks, and experiments range from catalytic synthesis, degradation studies and materials characterization including GPC, NMR and microscopy.
Contact: Dr Francesca Kerton
Research area: feminist, community-based, and anti-colonial science, monitoring plastics in food webs, mitigating fishing gear.
Contact: Dr Max Liboiron
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Research areas: The role of microorganisms in the bioremediation of plastics, both biodegradable and non-biodegradable. The efficacy of waste water treatment in the capture and isolation of plastics.
Contacts: Dr Jamie Hinks and Dr Stephen Summers
National University of Singapore
Research areas: Microplastic particles and their characterisation, Bioimpact of micro- and nanoplastics on marine environments, monitoring the toxicity of synthetic fluorescent microplastic and nanoplastic particles using marine animal models, developing new polymers, nanomaterial synthesis and characterisation.
Contact: Professor Suresh Valiyaveettil
Nature’s Valley Trust, South Africa
Research areas: We use long term ecological field research programs to tackle locally relevant conservation issues in our region. Based on sound science, we design conservation intervention programs that aim to reduce identified impacts, and to raise awareness through strategic conservation education programs that engage communities involved. In terms of plastics research, we aim to reduce single use plastics on our beaches, and in so doing reduce the direct impact on local wildlife.
In terms of research, we conduct baseline monitoring on marine debris deposited on several beaches in our region, which we correlate with beach user data. We also measure direct impact on biodiversity through target specific research on fish and birds, in terms of entanglement, ingestion and plastic use in nests. Based on this we run socio-ecological programs aimed at reducing the amount of waste to landfill from our region, by engaging the public and businesses to improve waste management.
Contact: Dr Mark Brown
Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK
Research areas: Plymouth Marine Laboratory’s research into microplastics focuses on their fate in the marine environment and impact on marine organisms. Our latest laboratory and field studies suggest that interactions with marine life could play an important role in the fate and impacts of microplastics.
Current research involves investigating the bioavailability of microplastics to zooplankton and the ability of mussels to remove microplastics from flowing water. We take an interdisciplinary approach, applying expertise in ecotoxicology, molecular, microbial, social sciences, remote sensing and modelling. PML has recently undergone a £5.4 million refurbishment, including a brand new ultraclean microplastic laboratory with dedicated microscopy and FTIR spectroscopy, in addition to constant temperature rooms and mesocosm facility.
Contacts: Dr Pennie Lindeque & Dr Matt Cole
SRM Institute of Science and Technology, India
Dr. Paromita Chakraborty’s major research interest lies in environmental occurrences, source identification, fate and behaviour of emerging organic contaminants of concern and developing cost-effective remediation techniques. With industry partner Dr.Chakraborty is also recycling waste plastic to produce new products. Dr.Chakraborty joined SRMIST in 2012 and designed, developed and leading the Environmental Science and Technology research group. Her research group works on the following areas:
Multi-media movement of legacy and emerging organic pollutants viz., pesticides, industrial chemicals and plasticizers in the informal electronic waste recycling workshops and open burning sites of Indian cities
Atmospheric transport of persistent organic pollutants and plasticizers
Quantification and ecological impact assessment of plasticizers in riverine and marine environment of India
Cost-effective remediation techniques for emerging organic contaminants
Fabricating new commercial products from recycled and waste plastic
Contact: Dr Paromita Chakraborty
Sustainable Seas Trust, South Africa
Research areas: The Sustainable Seas Trust (SST) and its project the African Marine Waste Network (AMWN) have a goal of Zero Plastics to the Seas of Africa. Reliable, measurable data on macro-, meso- and microplastics for Africa is urgently needed, as Africa is data poor in this regard.
SST’s research programmes are focused on developing the techniques to be implemented across Africa for collecting reliable and measurable macro-, meso- and microplastics data, stopping waste flow to the sea and monitoring progress towards zero plastics. These include the use of remote sensing over land-based sources, plotting waste flow channels on land, and providing measurements for rivers, estuaries and coasts; river (and estuary) bank, beach and marine environment sampling techniques and clean-ups; data management and analysis with a view to develop monitoring strategies and predictive models. In addition to the measurements of the amount of plastic and microplastics in different parts of the environment, the build-up of pollutants from microplastics in marine organisms is also being conducted under SST’s research mandate.
Contact: Stephanie Martin, Head of the African Waste Academy
Swansea University, Wales, UK
Research area: solar driven mitigation of plastic waste
Contact: Dr Moritz Kuehnel
University of Birmingham, UK
Environmental microplastic monitoring of freshwater, estuarine and marine environments using techniques such as epi-fluorescent microscopy and confocal Raman microscopy.
Developing and testing novel techniques for microplastic and nanoplastic quantification (i.e. TGA-FTIR-GCMS and TOF-SIMS).
Investigating the fate and flux of microplastics in artificial streams and their uptake in freshwater food-webs.
Contact: Dr Holly Nel
University of Brighton, UK
Research areas: We have world-leading expertise in the following research areas within our vibrant Centre for Aquatic Environments: The impacts of microplastics, nanoparticles and other contaminants on marine organisms. Movement of microplastics between river sediment and the marine environment. Plastics in coastal wetland environments. Ecosystem services, values and marine environments. Tourism, pollution and marine environments. We welcome applications to join our dedicated and passionate team.
Contact: Professor Chris Joyce
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Research areas: At the University of Cape Town, research on plastics in the marine environment dates back to the early 1980s, when Peter Ryan was studying the ingestion of plastics by seabirds. In 1984 he and Coleen Moloneyteamed up to start a long-term monitoring programme quantifying both meso- and macroplastics on South African beaches. This survey has been repeated at five-year intervals, with the next survey planned for June 2020.
Over the years, the research group expanded its interests to include additional aspects of plastic pollution, such as distributions of plastics at sea, daily deposition rates of plastics on beaches, the relationship between beach users and marine plastic pollution, sinking rates of plastics, ingestion of plastics by a variety of marine organisms, etc. We would be delighted to host a fellow who is interested in carrying out fieldwork quantifying long-term trends in the supply, removal and accumulation of plastic litter on beaches.
Contacts: Professor Peter G. Ryan & Associate Professor Coleen Moloney
University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Research areas: microplastics
Contact: Dr Daniel Shilla
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Research Areas: Organic Chemistry, Natural Products Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Contaminants in Food and Environmental, Plastic Pollution, Microplastic, Water Quality Measurement in Marine Environment.
Contact: Professor Mohammad Shoeb
University of Ghana
Research areas: education around plastics: public and governmental, monitoring the extent of the problem of water and sediment contamination by plastics, routes from plastics in the environment to local populations.
Contact: Professor Chris Gordon
University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Research areas: Laser based Additive Manufacturing, Friction Stir Welding and Processing, Metal Matrix Composites, Characterizations and Mechanical testing of Metallic and Non-metallic Materials
Contact: Professor Esther Titilayo Akinlabi
University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa
Research areas: Biotechnology; Maritime studies (Marine science, Coastal engineering, Climate change, Renewable energy, Natural hazards, Erosion/sediment yield, Remote sensing modelling); Water, environment and biodiversity; Energy and technology; Agriculture and food security; HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and health improvement; Social development and economic studies and Indigenous knowledge system.
Contact: Professor Shahidul Islam
University of Manchester, UK
Research areas: sustainable plastics, biodegradable polymer synthesis
Contact: Professor Michael Shaver
University of Melbourne, Australia
Research areas: Green chemistry, nanotechnology, polymer science, energy production, water treatment and agricultural waste applications.
Pyrolysis of waste biomass for biochar production – applications in desalination of water and flow batteries.
Isolation of nanocelluloses from crop-waste – chemistry of modification and fabrication into composite materials.
3D printing of piezoelectric polymers for enhanced electric output for flexible energy harvesting devices.
Contact: Professor Amanda Ellis
University of Newcastle, Australia
Research areas: weathering influenced, ecological and human health risk assessment of micro and nanoplastics; Advanced Remediation technologies for Microplastics; Benchmarking biodegradable plastics (bioplastics)
Contact: Dr Thava Palanisami
University of Plymouth, UK
Research areas: environmental psychology, attitudes, perceptions, behaviour change, public engagement, science in society
Contact: Dr Sabine Pahl
Research areas: the effects of plastic debris, including microplastics, in the marine environment
Contact: Professor Richard Thompson
University of Southampton, UK
Research areas: The Southampton Marine Plastics group forms a focus for the University of Southampton’s environmental plastics research and incorporates staff with interests in the effects of plastics on marine life, risks associated with seafood, plastics in waste water treatment systems and land-based environments, and microplastic behaviour in aquatic and sedimentary systems.
In marine areas specifically, our research focusses on the role of estuarine, coastal and shelf sediments as microplastic ‘sinks’ or stores, microplastics accumulation and behaviour in the sea surface microlayer, land to ocean transfer of plastics and estuarine trapping processes, plastics dispersion and ocean transport, plastic interactions with marine organisms, and plastics as ‘vectors’ for organic contaminants.
Contact: Professor Andy Cundy
University of the South Pacific
Research areas: The Marine Pollution and Toxicology Group, School of Marine Studies, is monitoring the presence, and distribution, of Microplastics in Fijian aquatic ecosystems. Our goal is to establish baseline data for the presence of microplastics in surface water, sediments and biota in the coastal environment. Associated biological effects related to exposure to microplastics are evaluated in several relevant species.
We are also investigating the effects that macroplastics and microplastics have on the health of Mangrove forests. Chemical pollutants such as metals, oil, and nutrients and its related biological effects in sentinel organisms is also a research area.
Contact: Associate Professor Marta Ferreira
University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Research area: the lethal and sub-lethal impacts of marine debris on sea turtles and sea birds.
Contact: Dr Kathy Townsend
University of Wolverhampton, UK
Research areas: Built Environment Sustainability including sustainable design and use of materials; Construction Management including all aspects of construction processes and project delivery, and Construction Health and Safety including policy, management and technology of processes.
To this end recent projects have included (but have not been limited to): Sustainable Housing; Health and Safety in Construction; Rainwater Harvesting; Risk Management in Fast track Projects; Lean Construction; Alteration and Refurbishment of Buildings; Renewable Energy in Buildings; Sustainable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Delivery; Sustainable use of Recycled Paper and Waste Plastics in concrete amongst others.
Contact: Dr David Oloke
Research areas: Dr Goh has two main research interests, i.e., in tourism and in urban studies. For the former, she focuses on tourism governance, tourism planning and impacts management especially in protected areas. For the latter, on natural resource and environmental issues and governance, sustainable development of cities, urbanization and the related risks.
Contact: Dr Hong Ching Goh
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Research areas: As a specialist in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Professor Rashid helps the expansion of GIS into Agriculture, Healthcare, and Environment that depends on GIS. Thus, his work is of significant benefit to society, with his recent work with Blue Charter being in the use of GIS for mapping plastic waste.
Contact: Professor Dr Abdul Rashid Mohamed Shariff
One of partner university from Taiwan – National Chung Hsing University (NCHU), College of Engineering is inviting a Young faculty member from Vel Tech to be a Visiting Scholar for two weeks to conduct Research jointly with the Faculty member from NCHU. This invitation is towards strengthening the research ties.
Period: Two weeks before the End of July 2019
NCHU will take care of all expenses including round-trip economy-class flight ticket, lodging, local transportation, and meals (up to 80,000 NTD / ~ INR 1,76,508).
In this regard, the interested faculty members may submit the interest with the following document through proper channel to Directorate of International Relation before 5th June 2019.
1. Update CV
2. Statement of Purpose
3. At-least 3 Preferred Host Professor from College of Engineering, NCHU based on the research areas
4. Copy of Passport
Fully Funded Research Internship / Project Work (more than 100 students required) at Taiwan: 2018 - 19
There is very good opportunity to do research project work at Taiwan in the areas indicated with very good funding (approximately with funding amount of INR 1,20,000 towards the Flight & Living). The student must be able to work for a period of minimum of 5 months to maximum of 9 months).
The students are expected to have basic knowledge in the areas indicated (the student may discuss with the faculty members working in the area and develop fundamental knowledge). For applying the student must write State of Purpose (SOP) / Motivation to work in the area indicating the level of knowledge in the area, preferable with the details of Publications and Projects already done (but this is not mandatory).
The important requirement is the student should have interest to learn based on the advise of host professor and work hard.
Interested students may fill this form and also submit the Student Mobility Form (which was sent by email on 19th February 2019 from DINT). Obviously, the students completes the process early will have better chance.
Importantly the student having valid passport will be able to get it before April 15 will be given preference.
Select 5 options – same areas may be repeated but every area is based on a Host Professor. If the area is repeated, it means that two different host Professors wants students in the area.
See the entire list carefully and select your preferences in through the following form available at
The students will be selected by the host Professor based on the vacancy.
- Biotechnology, Medicinal Mushrooms, Product development
- Biomechanics, Assistive Technology, Biomedical Engineering
- companion robot, Social work for the elderly, AI
- electronics, reliability, software, materials, simulation
- gene, delivery, nanoparticle
- Circular Economy, Internationalization
- Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Image Processing, IoT, Medical Images
- Biomaterials, Drug delivery, Ophthalmic applications
- Animation, Mobile, Video
- Artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, Music Signal Analysis
- Green Energy, Circular Economy, Taiwanese Culture
- Health Care, Environmental Engineering, Biotechnology
- 2D materials, epitaxial growth, Functional oxides
- Organic chemistry, Continuous flow, Nanoparticle
- Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Applied Chemistry
- Green Analytical Chemistry, Green Nano Technology, Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Biomaterial
- Clinical Medicine, Analytical Chemistry, Biological Information, Epidemiological Statistics, Environmental Exposure Assessment, Risk Assessment
- Organic Synthesis, Photonic Nanomaterial
- Asymmetry super capacitor, Biomass, Gel electrolyte
- Development of advanced new lithium- ion battery, Fuel cell, New energy battery applications, Battery materials analysis
- Green process, Biofuel, Biodiesel
- machine learning, Vibration and control, mechanical engineering
- Green Technology, Sustainability, Environment
- Biotechnology, Digital Learning
- Smart Grid, Battery Energy Storage System, Artificial Neural Network
- Smart Agriculture, Artificial Neural Network
- Micro grid, Battery Energy Storage System, Power Electronics
- green energy, semiconductor, magnetic random access memory
- green materials, thermoelectric
- Nano technology, Semiconductor engineering, Applied physics
- liquid crystal, electro- optical devices, Green energy technology
- Li-ion batteries, Post-Li- ion batteries, Energy storage technologies
- Electrochemical, Photolithography, Electro kinetic
- chemo sensor, drug delivery
- 5G, AI, Bioengineering
- EDGE/Fog Computing, AI, 5G
- Energy Air Conditioner, Smart Machinery, Green Energy Technology
- Internet of Things, Green Energy Technology, Energy Storage Systems
- Smart manufacturing, Bio-material, Tribology
- Biochemical Engineering, Systems Biology, Epigenomics
- Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), drone, Arduino
- CMOS, Microwave, Radar
- Deep learning, Smart IoT, Sensor Fusion and Robot
- Semiconductor, Photo detectors, Intelligent sensing
- fuel cells, flow batteries, energy
- Image Video Processing, Machine Learning, Renewable energy
- Deep learning, Block chain, Internet-of- Things
- Process System Engineering, Process Optimization, Process Simulation
- International NGOs, Sustainable Development, Regional Governance
- bioinformatics, pharmacoinformatics, toxicoinformatics
- Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, Photo catalyst, Water splitting
- Materials by Design, CALPHAD, Thermodynamics
- Oxide, Nanowire, Green Energy
- Nanotechnology, Nano devices
- Shape Memory Alloys, Thermoelectric Materials, Magnetic Materials
- Nanomaterial, Spectroscopy, Lasers
- solar cell, photo detector
- Microbial fuel cell, Bioenergy, Polyphenols
- Green technology, Green energy,
- IoT, 5G, AI
- H2 formation, degradation, waste water
- Modern Electric Machines, Energy Saving Technology , Electric Vehicle Powertrain
- Clean energy, Microbial fuel cells, Wastewater treatment
- Water treatment (membrane filtration, modification and fabrication), Renewable energy (torrefaction of biomass and sludge)
- Microbiome, Rhizosphere, Quorum sensing
- Microbiome, Metagenomics, Quorum sensing
- water treatment, photocatalysis, advanced oxidation
- Environmental Health and Risk Assessment, Internet of Things, air sensor
- contaminants analysis, bioassays, Electrochemical Advanced Oxidation Process
- Battlefield Tourism, Quality of Service, Kinmen-Xiamen Life Circle
- Global internship, E- commerce, Chinese Learning
- condensed matter physics, materials computation, energy materials
- Bio refinery, Bioenergy, Biomaterial
- Electrochemistry, Biosensors, nanomaterial
- photo electrochemical, photo catalyst, materials
- RFCMOS, IC Design
- Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Computer Vision
- Water Treatment, Membrane Processes
- Physics, Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence
- phosphor materials, solar cells, Li-ion battery
- Wind Turbine, Ship, Plasma Torch
- 2D materials, optoelectronics, semiconductor fabrication
- Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Block chain
- Plasma technique; Biomedical sensor; Nanotechnology
- 5G, IoT, Machine- Learning
- Robotics, Control, Programming
- Drug carrier and biomaterials
- Energy storage, Biosensor, Lithium ion battery, Electrochemistry
- Solar cell, electrochemistry, nanoparticle
- STEAM, Cognitive Neuroscience, Maker
- Acoustics, Speech, Signal-processing
- Smart Grid, Renewable Energy, Power Systems.
- data mining, intelligent manufacturing
- Cosmology, Astronomy, Black hole
- Artificial Intelligent, Computer Science
- Hyper spectral Imaging, Mechatronics
- Mechanical Engineering, Energy, Fuel Cell
- Materials Science, Automation, Artificial Intelligence
- Finance Research, International trading, social media marketing
- artificial intelligence, big data analytics, health internet of things
- AI in medicine and health care, Predictive genomics, Precision Prevention
- Biomedical research, Drug Discovery and Therapy, Brain and Behavioral Sciences
- Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Intelligent Manufacturing
- Unmanned aerial vehicle, Aerospace Engineering, Computer vision.
- Biomedical materials, Developmental Biology, Toxicology
- Porous materials, Energy storage, Materials chemistry
- BIM(Building Information Modeling),Big Data, VR/AR
- energy material, synchrotron x-ray spectroscopy, atomic/electronic structures
- Wastewater treatment, membrane, Electrocoagulation
- Biodiesel, green technology, catalysis
- Participatory Design, Design Thinking, Social Innovation
- User Experience, Visual Design, Service Design
- Applied Mathematics, Data Science
- Circular economy, sustainability, bio refinery
- Industry 4.0, Smart Production, Smart Management
- University of the Basque Country
- University of Strathclyde
- Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- École Centrale de Nantes
These partner universities jointly engage in the overall execution and development of the master. Each centre is responsible for the operation of the programme at its own institution.
The master is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
One of our Partner University – Asia University, Taiwan (which is ranked 185th in THE BRICS & Emerging Economies Rankings 2017 & 271 – 280 in QS Asian University Ranking 2018) is looking for Scholars to take up Ph.D.
This opportunity is exclusively available for the scholars recommended by Vel Tech.
This opportunity includes
1. Registration and tuition fees waiver
2. Monthly stipend of USD 600 for living expenses
The areas of Research are as follows
1. Computer Science Engineering
2. Electrical Engineering
3. Business Management
4. Creative Design
5. Medical and Health Science
Visit www.asia.edu.tw/EN/index.php for more details about the University and the research areas.
Delegation from Asia University, Taiwan is visiting Vel Tech on 19th March 2018 (tentative) to address about the opportunity and to clarify the doubts. The exact time and venue will be communicated to the email ID you are registering.
The faculty members application process will be subjected to the “No Objection Certificate” from the department and administration.
Interested Candidates may register your name through the following link on or before 15th March 2018.
Registration link to attend the event on 19th March 2018 (this link is NOT a Ph.D application)
Filling up this form is merely expressing your interest and not guaranteed.
Opportunity for One / Two Semesters Abroad (including Partial / Fully Funded) - Directorate of International Relations
International Programmes / Opportunities are NOT always costly. Before deciding, discuss with our office. You are one decision away from a totally different life.
This email is regarding the Study Abroad Opportunities. Students, who wish to pursue their last two semesters or final semester of their B.Tech programme, may find this information very useful.
With this email, we have attached
1. List of Universities Possible (For Students Exchange or Mobility)
2. Internal Application Form with list of documents required and declaration
Students may note that, the possibility of funding support or scholarships are also indicated. In addition, most of Taiwan Universities pay monthly stipend during the second half of the year.
Students should also note that, every partner University has its own deadline for application. Deadline for the Universities in Europe are during End March.
Hence, the students interested should approach the Directorate of International Relations and Apply immediately.
Vel Tech provides partial financial support for every deserving student under Founder’s Foreign Scholarship (Separate Application is required to be submitted).
For any information / clarification, please walk-in to Directorate of International Office or contact Mr. Tamilazhagan G A (+91 96000 94306) (WhatsApp message is preferred). A WhatsApp group will be created with all interested students – please message to the above number to join the group.
Fully Funded Research Internship @ ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Research Fellowship at Top Ranked University in the World
#7 ranked University in the World | #4 ranked in Engineering & Technology.
The University where Albert Einstein studied & worked as a Professor
ETH Zurich has produced 32 Noble Prize Winners including Einstein
The Computer Science Department at ETH Zurich offers the Student Summer Research Fellowship to allow undergraduate and graduate students to obtain research experience during the summer months.
For More Info: Click Here
Opportunity for Final Year Students to do your Major Project with Monthly Stipend
Project Work / Internship at National Formosa University, Taiwan (Partner University of Vel Tech) under 7.2.8 of VTUR15
Vel Tech Students at NFU, Taiwan
Last Year (2017 – 18), 12 Students completed Final Semester Project at NFU [Under TEEP Program] and 9 of them admitted for their Masters Degree at NFU with 100% Tuition Fee Waiver and monthly stipend. This is just because of their Project Work Abroad.
Vel Tech Ambassadors at NFU for any of your queries by WhatsApp messaging only:
Mr.Bandi Devendra Reddy (Mech): +91 96030 08976
Mr. Nagaveera Manikanta (Aero): +91 95056 72804
Ms. Aishwarya Gowda (ECE): +886 905 746 461
For More Details: Contact Mr. G. A. Tamilazhagan – 96000 94306
7th December 10th December 2018.
Vel Tech is proud and honoured to share that 8 Graduates of the Institution have received MOE Taiwan Scholarship for the academic year 2018-2019. Among the 8 selected Graduates from the Institution, 6 of them had pursed their major project work at Taiwan. The opportunity for students through a semester abroad (final year/final semester) at Taiwan university apprises about MOE Scholarship program.
In the previous academic year, 3 of our alumni were awarded with MOE scholarship to pursue their final semester abroad. Vel Tech has been exclusively allotted 5 MOE scholarships every year.
About MOE Scholarship: The Ministry of Education (MOE) in the Republic of China (Taiwan) has established the Taiwan Scholarship Program to foster, nurture and to attract outstanding International students to pursue their graduate studies (Undergraduate and Postgraduate) in Taiwan. The major objective of the Taiwan Scholarship Program is to promote the cordial relationship between Taiwan and the South Asian Countries. For the academic year 2018-2019, the overall scholarship allocated was for 40 students from South Asian Countries (India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Srilanka), and as per earlier announcements the scholarship count will increase by 5 each year.
Highlights of MOE Scholarship
1. MOE scholarship will cover Tuition and course credit fee.
Apart from this, upon validation of tuition and above fees, the MOE awards each recipient per semester up to NTD 40,000. (Approximate INR 93,623).
The MOE offers each recipient undertaking postgraduate studies a monthly stipend of NTD 20,000. ( Approximate INR 46,811 ).
Research Program at Taiwan’s Top University
Internship at National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
(Partner University of Vel Tech)
Possibility to get credits for Mini Project under 7.2.8 of VTUR15
NTHU Summer Research Program is a summer program that welcomes all university students, both undergraduates and graduates, around the globe. This will be a two-month research experience under the guidance of a faculty advisor from College of Engineering. Each participant will working collaboratively with their advisor on an on-going research project or a new project of mutual interests.
During the two-month program, you will work along with local students on conducting research projects. This program also arranges a field trip of places around Taiwan. Join us this summer and meet fellow participants around the world.
Program Duration: June 20- August 22, 2019
Eligible Dept’s: 3rd Year – Mech, Aero, Auto, ECE, EEE
* Statement of Purpose
* Resume (CV)
* Official Transcript
* Supporting Materials (ex: letters of recommendation, of written work, etc.)
Deadline: January 10, 2019
Scholarships: A limited number of Global Engineer Leadership (GEL) scholarship includes
* Subsidized round trip airline tickets up to NTD 15,000
* Free accommodation
Applicants will be accepted to one of the disciplines under College of Engineering at NTHU that best match their interest of study
- Power Mechanical Engineering
- Materials Science Engineering
- Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
- Nanoengineering and Microsystems
1. Applicants are encouraged to communicate with the professor you would like to work with regarding the research topics via emails, skype or any other methods.
Information of departments & faculties under College of Engineering: http://eng-en.web.nthu.edu.tw/files/11-1130-3212.php
2. Those without scholarship will need to pay for housing
3. All participants will have to cover food cost on your own
For More Info: Visit http://eng-en.web.nthu.edu.tw/files/11-1130-3215.php
For Further Clarifications: Contact Directorate of International Relations, Vel Tech.
Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA) has announced the summer 2019 Robotics Institute Summer Scholars (RISS) Robotics Research Program for Undergraduate Students.
- Applications will be accepted till January 15 at riss.ri.cmu.edu.
- Program dates are June 1 to August 15.
- Funding and support are available for both U.S. and international students.
Why Robotics & RISS?
Robotics-related technologies are becoming ubiquitous and are dominating national headlines due to innovations such as driverless cars, service robots, surgical robots, and aerial vehicles. Robots and the knowledge required to create, operate, and interact with them will become increasingly important to society.
The RISS program is designed to immerse students in the world of robotics. Through RISS, students perform research under the mentorship of top scientists in robotics and intelligent systems at Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute. The research mentors are leaders in a broad range of robotics research (e.g. field robotics, computer vision, machine learning, artificial intelligence, autonomy, machine learning, graphics, human-robot interaction, and space robotics).
The RISS-guided research experience is coupled with powerful professional development and hands-on robotics experiences with industry leaders in a nurturing global community and culminates in August with an annual research poster session and the publication of the RISS Working Papers Journal. Many students continue to collaborate with RISS mentors, labs, and cohort members.
More information about the program, including 2018 research posters and papers (2018 the RISS Working Papers Journal) can be found here riss.ri.cmu.edu/research.
Contact the Directorate of International Relations for more details.
The Adrian Rubin Foundation Scholarship was created by Adrian Rubin to help the future entrepreneurs of the world with the cost of going to college. This is the second year that Mr. Rubin has funded this project and he looks forward to continuing it years into the future.
Students currently enrolled in a college, university, trade school, or design school.
To apply for the $1200 Adrian Rubin Foundation Scholarship, Adrian Rubin wants to hear your answer to the following question in the form of a 500-word essay: “When was the exact moment that you knew what you wanted to major in?“?
Submission Deadline: July 1st, 2019
The winner will be selected in August 2019. Once contacted, the winner will have two weeks to respond. If the winner does not respond, a new winner will be selected.
Please share this link with students who wish to apply:
Summer Program at NASA’s Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)
Scientific Operations Center for Hubble Space Telescope – Earth’s Greatest Observatory at Space
Extraterrestrial Life beyond Earth discovered using HST | The only Telescope serviced in space by astronauts
The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) is the science operations center for the Hubble Space Telescope (in orbit since 1990) and for the James Webb Space Telescope (scheduled to be launched in March 2021). STScI is located on the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA.
2019 Space Astronomy Summer Program
Application Timeline: January 1–31, 2019
Program Duration: June 17 to August 16, 2019 [9 Weeks]
Stipends & Subsidies:
* USD 5850 [~INR 4 Lakh]
* Travel reimbursement
* Housing assistance
Eligible Departments: Mech, Aero, Auto, CSE & IT [UG 2nd*, 3rd Yr & PG]
* Profile [Full Bio-Data]
* Motivational Essay [Statement of Purpose]
* 2 – Reference Letters
Expectations of NASA (STScI)
Exceptional Students with strong background, research experience; the ability to work independently; confidence in their limits; and not afraid to ask for help.
However, none of these qualities or skills is a requirement.
* Engineering Projects – Students work with physicists and mechanical engineers on instrumentation and testing; software engineers and computer scientists on internal and external software tools; flight operations staff on the creation and testing of scripts to operate the science instruments on board the telescopes; or scientists to analyze large volumes of data.
* Instrumentation Projects – Students will be part of a team that prepares raw data from the Hubble or James Webb Space Telescopes for scientific analysis. Each scientific instrument (e.g., cameras and spectrographs) has a team of scientists, analysts, and engineers who calibrate and characterize the raw data from their instruments. Interns can gain a deep understanding of how instruments on board a space telescope are operated and how to process the resulting data to enable precise scientific measurements.
* Summer Lecture by NASA Scientists
* Guided tour to NASA’s various locations
* Students are encouraged & time will be available to visit local cities like Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City
For More Information: STScI Website – http://www.stsci.edu/ | HubbleSite – http://hubblesite.org/
Summer Program Link: http://www.stsci.edu/opportunities/space-astronomy-summer-program
Contact: Directorate of International Relations – Vel Tech
Vel Tech looks for bright, motivated individuals who can take full advantage of this unique opportunity
Possibility to get credits under 7.2.8 of VTUR15