Science Day Celebration

National Science Day is celebrated in India with the objectives of commemorating the first Nobel prize in India on Science which was achieved by the discovery of Raman Effect by Sir C V Raman. It is also celebrated to emphasize on the culture of science and the application of science for the welfare of people. As part of the National Science Day celebration, IIT Kanpur organized thematic workshop on different subjects every year.

National Science Day 2020

IIT Kanpur will celebrate National Science Day 2020 with a thematic workshop on 'Space Science'. Space is fascinating. Everyone wants answers to fundamental questions, such as, "What is the origin of space and matter?". This workshop aims to bring an exciting and informative array of topics, including both scientific and technological aspects of space.
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National Science Day 2019

To mark the celebration of National Science Day 2019, the Cognitive Science Programme in coordination with the Dean, Research and Development Office organized one-day symposium titled: “Through the looking glass: Interdisciplinary Perceptions on Cognition” . Prof. Karandikar, Director, IIT Kanpur inaugurated the symposium. Prof. Narayanan Srinivasan, CBCS, Allahabad delivered the key note address which was followed by the technical disseminations from faculty members of Cognitive Science Programme on the subject theme. Subsequently, Prof. Philip Tseng, and Prof. Niall Duncan from Taipei Medical University delivered expert talks in the same direction. The programme ended with a vote of thanks by Prof. S. Ganesh, Dean, Research and Development.

Science Day 2018

IIT Kanpur celebrated National Science Day 2018 with a thematic workshop on ‘Science and technology for a Sustainable Future’. The workshop was organised by the Centre for Environmental Science and Engineering (CESE), IITK. Faculty members from the thematic area were invited to give popular talk on the related research areas.

Science Day 2017

Aa a part of National Science Day 2017 celebration, IITK organized a thematic workshop on ‘Nanoscience and Nanotechnology’. The workshop was followed by an invited lecture on “Next Generation Nanotechnology: Balance and Sustainability’ from Dr. Sharmila Mukhopadhyay, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Director of Centre for Nanoscale Multifunctional Materials at Wright State University, USA.