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Welcome to SME 2019

SME 2019 is an International Conference on Smart and Sustainable developments in Materials, Manufacturing and Energy which is focused on research and emphasizes the latest technological innovations. It showcases the commitment of NMAMIT in bringing together various disciplines, converge and amalgamate various new ideas, fields and technologies. The focus of the conference is to open a new paradigm to deliberate on eco-friendly and robust design, use of materials with less environmental impact, use of fewer materials, optimal utilization of resources during manufacturing processes. Also, produce no or less pollution & waste and reuse, recycle of materials. The emphasis is on the zero defects or do it right at first design, Materials in Biomedical applications, Operation and management of systems with sustainable initiatives. SME-19 is a part of multi conference (ICETE-19) comprise of themes related to comprising various disciplines of Engineering & Technology, namely Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Bio-Tech Engineering. The objective of ICETE-19 is to bring academia, researchers and practitioners matching with similar or varied interests on a common platform to explore, reflect and rediscover new frontiers of knowledge and technology in various fields of engineering and technology. Selected papers will be published in Scopus Indexed Journals.

 

About Mechanical Engineering Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at NMAM Institute of Technology was started in 1986 with an intake of 40 students. Today the department has an intake of 180 students with faculty strength of 52. The Department offers the undergraduate programme of B.E in Mechanical Engineering and 2 PG programmes - M. Tech in Energy Systems Engineering and Machine Design with an intake of 18 students each. The Department is also a recognized research centre under VTU Belagavi, with 9 guides and more than 26 Ph.D students both internal and external including 3 full-time Research Scholars. The department has excellent infrastructural facilities in terms of class rooms and laboratories. The faculty members are engaged in research activities with sponsored research projects worth more than Rs. 90 Lakhs already executed. A research project of Rs. 77.28 Lakhs is in progress in micromachining area with 50% fund sharing by Karnataka Council for Technological Upgradation; Government of Karnataka. The department has excellent research outputs in terms of publications in refereed International Journals and National and International Conferences, with a total number of 171 publications in the last 3 years. The faculty members in the department have been continuously updating their technical expertise and knowledge by attending/organizing seminars, conferences and workshops. Many faculty have won several awards and sponsorships for attending and conducting seminars and conferences.

 

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Mangalore, officially known as Mangaluru, is the chief port city of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is located about 352 km (219 mi) west of the state capital, Bangalore, between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats mountain range. It is the second major city in Karnataka state in all aspects after the capital city Bangalore. It is the only city in Karnataka to have all modes of transport — Air, Road, Rail and Sea along with 5 other major cities in India. It is also known as the Gateway of Karnataka. It is the largest city in Tulu Nadu, Malnad & Central regions of Karnataka. Mangaluru is the second best business destination in Karnataka after Bangalore & 13th best in India.
Mangalore (or Mangaluru) is an Arabian Sea port and a major commercial center in the Indian state of Karnataka. It's home to the Kadri Manjunath Temple, known for its bronze statues, and the 9th-century Mangaladevi Temple. Its Catholic sites include Milagres Church, dating to the 17th century, and St. Aloysious Chapel, which features interior paintings. Tannirbhavi Beach is popular for its sunset views.
Udupi is a city in the southwest Indian state of Karnataka. It's known for its Hindu temples, including the huge, 13th-century Sri Krishna Temple, which houses a statue of Lord Krishna and attracts many pilgrims. Nearby, the ancient Anantheshwara Temple is dedicated to the god Shiva. The Corporation Bank Heritage Museum features coins dating from 400 BC, plus stamps and displays about India’s banking industry.
Karkala is a town and the headquarters of Karkala taluk in the Udupi district of Karnataka, India. Located about 60 km from Mangalore, it lies near the Western Ghats. The town was called Pandya Nagari during the period of Jain rule, and later became known as Karikallu, then Karkal and then finally to Karkala. Karkala has a number of natural and historical landmarks. It is located at the bottom of Western Ghats covered with greenery year-round. It is a major junction for religious tourists due to its strategic location along the way to Sringeri, Kalasa, Horanadu, Udupi, Kollur and Dharmasthala.
Nitte is a village in Karkala taluk of Udupi district, in the Indian state of Karnataka. The village is on the way from Padubidri to Karkala. It is 8 km away from Karkala, 26 km from Udupi and 54 km from Mangalore. It is located on the foothills of the Western Ghat mountains and receives very high rainfall.
  • Tannir Bhavi Beach
  • Gokarnatheshwara Temple
  • Pilikula Nisargadhama
  • Kadri Manjunath Temple
  • Panambur Beach
  • Mangaladevi Temple
  • Sultan Battery
  • St. Aloysius Chapel
  • Manasa Water Park
  • Kadri Park
  • Pilikula Biological Park
  • Church of Our Lady of Miracles
  • Sri Krishna Temple, Udupi
  • St Mary's Island
  • Malpe Beach
  • Kaup Beach
  • Kudlu Falls
  • St Lawrence Minor Basilica, Attur
  • Chathurmukha Basadi
  • Pajaka Kshetra