Mahendergarh :Department of Microbiology, School of Interdisciplinary & Applied Sciences (SIAS) in association with Research Development Cell, Central University of Haryana (CUH), Mahendergarh organized an expert lecture on ‘Large Scale Production of Cellulosic Sugar in Biorefineries: Challenges and Perspectives’. The lecture was delivered by the invited expert Dr. Anuj Kumar Chandel, who is working as a Professor at Department of Biotechnology, Engineering School of Lorena (EEL), University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil. The lecture focused on the lignocellulosicbiorefineries for the production of bioethanol and value-added products via circular carbon economy approach. He also discussed the challenges and possible solutions for current and upcoming biorefinery technology, especially those related to technology, environmental and economic concerns.
Prof. Surender Singh, HoD, Department of Microbiology and Convener of the lecture welcomed the guests and invited speaker. In his introductory remarks Prof. Surender discussed the theme of the lecture. He highlighted the achievements of the Department of Microbiology and Central University of Haryana.Prof. NeelamSangwan, Director Research development cell and Dean SIAS and Dean Research in her concluding remarks highlighted the importance of biorefinery development for sustainable development and appreciated the expert for his brilliant and enlightening lecture.Dr. Jitendra Kumar Saini, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology was the organizing secretary for the expert lecture.The organisng team of the lecture included faculties of Department of MicrobiologyProf. GunjanGoel, Dr. Avijit and Dr. Vinod. The lecture was attended by the faculty members, researchers and students of various departments of the School of Interdisciplinary & Applied Sciences. Among faculty, Prof. Kanti Prakash, Dr. Mona Sharma, Dr. Anita Singh, Dr. Anita Kumari, were also present during the lecture.Vote of thanks was proposed by Prof. VikasBeniwal.
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