1st International Conference On

Materials Science and Mathematics for Advanced Technology (MSMAT 2021)

November 19-20, 2021

(Under the Aegis of ICETE 2021 – A multi conference virtual platform)

About ICETE 2021 - Multi Conference virtual Platform

The 11th International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering (ICETE-2021 A multi conference platform) will be held on 19th & 20th November 2021 at NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte, Karnataka. The idea of multi conference platform has been mooted in order to focus on the specific issues associated with various Engineering fields. NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte has been organizing International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering (ICETE) annually since 2015. ICETE aimed to provide a proper platform for Research scholars, Post Graduate students of Engineering & Technology and Industry professionals to deliberate, explore and contribute their research findings and to discuss the latest developments in the field of Engineering & Technology. Invited technical talks by eminent personalities from IIT and Foreign Universities on current topics of relevance, in different streams of engineering were also organized to help the participants in up-gradation of their knowledge about the recent advances in Engineering & Technology. This year, ICETE-2021 - A Multi Conference Platform will be held as a collection of several International Conferences with themes specific to different engineering streams organized under a single umbrella.

Objective of the E-Conference MSMAT 2021

NMAMIT is organizing International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering (ICETE 2021) on November 19 & 20 2021, which is the 11th International Conference since 2011. For the year 2021, in order to focus on the specific issues associated with various Engineering disciplines, the idea of a Multi Conference Platform in a virtual mode has been proposed. The E-conference MSMAT-2021 is jointly organized by the Department of Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, under the Basic Science stream. The main scope of MSMAT-2021 is to offer diverse sessions on the on-going developments and applications of materials science and mathematics in designing modern technology. The E-conference, empowered by eminent speakers and researchers across the globe, will provide an opportunity for knowledge sharing and discussions on budding technological concepts with frontrunners in the respective fields. The deliberations include online keynote addresses and invited talks by scientists around the world and oral presentations by researchers and faculty.

Theme of the conference

MSMAT-2021 will attract researchers and academicians in the field of basic sciences and engineering with a basic theme of co-relating applied research with technology. The conference includes but not limited to the following thrust areas:

Surface, Interfaces and Thin Films Ultrafast Optics and Non Linear Optics
Electrical and Magnetic Materials Crystal Growth
Optoelectronics and Photonics Polymer Science and Technology
Catalytic materials and Green Chemistry Biomaterials
Advanced Energy Materials Applied Mathematics
Computational Materials Science Probability Theory/Statistics
Advances in Nanomaterials Science Algebra and Matrix Analysis
Metallurgy and Corrosion Mathematical Modeling and Graph Theory

About The Institute

Nitte Mahalinga Adyanthaya Memorial Institute of Technology (NMAMIT), affiliated to VTU, Belagavi, is an autonomous Institution offering UG, PG and Doctoral programmes. It is a unit of Nitte Education Trust, Mangalore. It currently offers 9 UG programmes in Engineering, 8 PG programmes, MBA and MCA programmes. All the UG programmes are accredited by NBA, New Delhi. The Institute is ISO 9001:2015 certified and also accredited by NAAC, New Delhi with A grade. The institute is ranked 133rd in the NIRF ranking (Engg. Institutes)-2020, Govt. of India. Atal incubation centre supported by NITI AYYOG, Government of India is situated in the campus.

About the Basic Sciences Department

The Basic Sciences Department includes the Department of Chemistry, Department of Mathematics and Department of Physics. All the three Departments have been playing a profound role in providing a strong basic foundation for Engineering students. The Departments are recognized as Research Centres under VTU. The Department of Chemistry is actively involved in research in the areas like Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Nanocoatings, Corrosion Science and Polymer Composites. Till date, more than 90 research articles have been published by the Department in journals of national and international repute. Presently, 7 students are pursuing their PhD in the Research Centre. With more than 40 research articles published in reputed journals, the Department of Mathematics has 5 research scholars pursuing their PhD. The research is mainly focused on Graph Theory, Lattice Theory, Group Theory, Algebra, Fluid Dynamics and Tribology. The Department of Physics has more than 70 research articles to its credit in research areas such as Condensed Matter Physics, Laser and Photonics, Quantum Field Theory, Ion trapping and Atomic Physics.

Dr. Lowell Beineke

Schrey Professor Emeritus of Mathematics

Purdue University, Fort Wayne

Indiana, U.S.A. 46805

Dr. Nonappa

Associate Professor in Materials Science

Facutly of Engineering and Natural Sciences

Tampere University, Tampere, Finland-33720

Dr. Amrtha Bhide

Assistant Professor

Department of Physics

NIT Puducherry, Karaikal, India-609609

Important Dates

Notification of Manuscript Acceptance
Submission of Camera-Ready Manuscript
Registration open
Registration close
20 October 2021
25 October 2021
25 October 2021
30 October 2021


  • Shri. N. Vinaya Hegde,

    Chancellor, Nitte-Deemed to be University

    President, Nitte Education Trust, Mangalore

General Chair

  • Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar,

    Principal, NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte

General Co-Chair

  • Dr. I R. Mithanthaya,

    Vice Principal & Dean (Academics)

  • Dr. Shrinivasa Rao B. R,

    Vice Principal & Controller of Examinations

Chief Conveners

  • Dr. Sudesh Bekal

    Dean (R & D)

  • Dr. Muralidhara

    P.G. Coordinator

Organizing Secretary

  • Dr. Grynal D’Mello

    Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Web Design

  • Dr. Vinayak Shet

    Asst. Professor, Dept. of Biotechnology Engg

  • Mr. Rajeevan

    System Administrator

Organizing Committee

  • Dr. G. Srinikethan,

    Director (R&D Technical), Nitte-Deemed to be University

  • Dr. A. N. Parameswaran, Director, IIC
  • Mr. Yogesh Hegde, Registrar
  • Dr. Subrahmanya Bhat, Professor & Dean (Student Welfare, ISO & IQAC Coordinator)
  • Dr. K. Rajesh Shetty, Dean (Admission & Alumni Affairs)
  • Dr. Srinivas Pai, Deputy Controller of Examinations
  • Dr. Uday Kumar Shenoy, Chief Warden (Gents Hostel)
  • Dr. Veena Devi Shastrimath V, Chief Warden (Ladies Hostel)
  • Dr. Srinath Shetty K, Resident Engineer
  • Dr. Vaman Rao, Head, Dept. of Biotechnology Engg
  • Dr. Shashikantha Karinka, Head, Dept. of Mech. Engg
  • Dr. Rashmi Hegde B., Head, Dept. of Humanities
  • Dr. Kumudakshi, Head, Dept. of Mathematics
  • Dr. Shivaprasad Shetty M, Head, Dept. of Chemistry
  • Dr. Shobha R Prabhu, Head, Dept. of Physics
  • Dr. H. Divakar Bhat, Librarian
  • Mr. Krishnaraja Joisa, Public Relation Officer

General Chair

  • Dr. Kumudakshi

    Assoc. Professor & Head, Dept. of Mathematics

    Ph: 9986131578


  • Dr. Shivaprasad Shetty M.

    Asst. Professor & Head, Dept. of Chemistry

    Ph: 9916035415


  • Dr. Shobha R Prabhu

    Assoc. Professor & Head, Dept. of Physics

    Ph: 9481019381


Conference Secretary

  • Dr. Aarti S. Bhatt

    Asst. Professor,Dept. of Chemistry

    Ph: 9448871222


Compendium & Publication Review Committee

  • Dr. Vijaya Kumar K.B., Professor
  • Dr. Shashirekha B. Rai, Professor
  • Dr. Janardana Nayak, Professor
  • Dr. Manjunatha K.B., Assoc. Professor
  • Dr. Sharad M. Hegde, Asst. Professor
  • Dr. Subrahmanya I. Bhat, Asst. Professor

Web Committee

  • Dr. Shyam Prasad K., Asst. Professor
  • Mr. Sarvajith M.S., Asst. Professor

Registration Committee

  • Ms. Bhavya K., Asst. Professor
  • Ms. Chaithra K., Asst. Professor
  • Ms. Ambika N., Asst. Professor

Publicity and Printing

  • Dr. Sathyajith K.T. Assoc. Professor
  • Ms. Anitha D. Bayar, Asst. Professor

Finance Chair

  • Dr. Shankaran, Professor
  • Ms. Vinaya Acharya, Asst. Professor

Transportation and Accomodation Committee

  • Dr. Nagaraja B.S., Asst. Professor
  • Ms. Bhavya D., Asst. Professor
  • Ms. Smitha G.V., Asst. Professor

Food & Refreshments Committee

  • Dr. Raghavendra Bairy, Asst. Professor
  • Mr. Sarvajith M.S., Asst. Professor

Event Management and Stage Committee

  • Dr. Ramesh Bhat, Assoc. Professor
  • Dr. Vasanth K.R., Asst. Professor
  • Dr. Shyam Prasad K., Asst. Professor

Conference Kit Committee

  • Ms. Sharmila, Asst. Professor
  • Ms. Anjana Pai K., Asst. Professor
  • Ms. Soumya, Asst. Professor


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