Prominent Scientist Dr. Pooja delivers expert talk on ‘MXene' at NIT Srinagar
Jammu Links News11/24/2023

SRINAGAR: The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar, in collaboration with the Indian National Young Academy of Science (INYAS), Friday organized an expert talk featuring Dr. Pooja Devi, who is currently Principal Scientist and Associate Professor at CSIR-Central Scientific Instruments Organization.

Her talk on "MXene: A Promising 2D Material for Energy Harvesting and Storage" drew an enthusiastic audience of Students, Research Scholars, and Faculty Members from NIT-Srinagar and Kashmir University.

HoD Physics, Prof. Ikram said that Dr. Pooja Devi's discourse exemplifies the caliber of knowledge-sharing we strive for at NIT Srinagar. It is a testament to our commitment to fostering academic excellence and innovation."

Such lectures are the need of the hour, providing invaluable insights. Students should seize the opportunity to learn and draw inspiration from these enriching experiences," Prof. Ikram said.

On the occasion, Prof. MA Shah said collaborations like these are pivotal in advancing scientific dialogue. Dr. Pooja Devi's expertise adds significant value to our collective pursuit of knowledge and discovery.

"This event underscores our shared commitment to nurturing a spirit of curiosity and innovation among the academic community," he added.

Dr Pooja is a recipient of numerous accolades for her groundbreaking research, shared her extensive knowledge and insights on the latest advancements in nanoscience.

Her engaging presentation shed light on different aspects of MXenes, their synthesis, properties and applications in different aspects of science and technology.

The lecture commenced with an overview of the fundamentals of MXene, highlighting the discovery and unique properties exhibited by materials.

Dr. Pooja emphasized the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration to harness the full potential of nanotechnology and its ability to revolutionize existing technologies.

Throughout her talk, Dr.Pooja captivated the audience with real-life examples and case studies showcasing the transformative impact of MXenes.

While discussing the breakthroughs of MXenes, she inspired the young minds present to explore the possibilities and challenges of this emerging field.

The interactive session that followed allowed students and faculty members to engage in a thought-provoking discussion with Dr. Pooja. Attendees eagerly posed questions, seeking further clarification on various aspects of MXenes and its practical implementation.

Expressing gratitude after the lecture, Dr. Vijay Kumar, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics, highlighted the significance of such events in fostering a spirit of scientific inquiry.

He commended Dr. Pooja Devi for her enlightening presentation and emphasized how these experiences inspire students to pursue research in cutting-edge fields like nanotechnology.

The lecture concluded with a resounding applause from the audience, leaving them with a renewed sense of curiosity and motivation.

The impact of Dr. Devi's presentation is anticipated to resonate within the NIT Srinagar community, encouraging students to explore the vast potential of nanoscience and contribute to its advancements.

NIT Srinagar remains steadfast in its commitment to providing students with opportunities to interact with distinguished experts, fostering an environment conducive to innovation and intellectual growth.

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