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Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Hosts ‘ARISE 2024’ Research Symposium in Bengaluru

March 10, 2024 - 4:51
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Hosts ‘ARISE 2024’ Research Symposium in Bengaluru

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham organised the Amrita Research & Innovation Symposium for Excellence 2024 (ARISE) at the Bengaluru campus. The symposium, spanning two days, aimed to inspire researchers across diverse fields. Dr. Manish Vinodini Ramesh, the Provost, inaugurated the event. Dr. Alok Nath De, Chief Technology Officer at SAMSUNG R&D Institute India, and Dr. Latha Chempakalam, Head of Continental Automotive Technical Center, delivered the keynote address.

Dr. P. Manoj, Dean, Amrita School of Business and Dr. Shriram Devanathan, Principal, Amrita School of Engineering, engaged in discussions. The symposium covered topics such as urban development, community empowerment, healthcare, sustainable development, education, and residential infrastructure conservation.

Researchers delved into various subjects, discussing the role of artificial intelligence in education and healthcare, strategies for sustainable urban development, and ways to enhance community well-being. The symposium addressed challenges and explored potential solutions in these diverse fields.

Around two hundred representatives, including researchers and academics, actively participated in the symposium. The event not only showcased ongoing research but also recognized and awarded outstanding contributions. The discussions covered innovative research methodologies and solutions, making it a collaborative platform for interdisciplinary research opportunities.

The symposium emphasised the significance of education, healthcare, and technological advancements in fostering stable and resilient communities. Researchers engaged in dialogues on artificial intelligence applications, sustainable urban planning, and strategies for improving education and healthcare in cities.

This collaborative effort brought together experts from various fields to discuss and formulate solutions for the challenges faced by modern cities and communities. The symposium provided a comprehensive overview of ongoing research, promoting discussions and collaborations for future research endeavours.

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