SPEEDS - 2022
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SMS Lucknow
The Institution Of Engineers (India)
One Day National Seminar
Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental &
Disaster Science:Environmental & Disaster Science: Impact of Glacier Melting & Climate Change
26th March 2023
MAA Lucknow Chapter
MNNIT Alumni Association, Lucknow Chapter, U.P.
 :: Messages ::
Smt. Anandiben Patel
Hon. Governor of UP
Mr. Ajay Kumar Sharma
Member Secretary, UPPCB
Prof.Alok Kumar Rai
Dr. RK Singh
Technical Advisor, UPPCB
Dr. MP Singh
Exec Secry, SMS
Mr. Sharad Singh
Secry & CEO, SMS
Er. V.B. Singh
FIE, National Council Member,IEI
Er. Musarrat Noor Khan
FIE,Chairman, IEI, Lucknow
Dr. Jaswant Singh
FIE,Hon. Secretary, IEI, Lucknow
Er. BCRoy
FIE,President, MAA,Lucknow Chapter
 Seminar Overview  

Since the early 1900s, many glaciers around the world have been rapidly melting. Human activities are at the root of this phenomenon. Specifically, since the industrial revolution, carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions have raised temperatures, even higher in the poles, and as a result, glaciers are rapidly melting, calving off into the sea and retreating on land. Even if we significantly curb emissions in the coming decades, more than a third of the world's remaining glaciers will melt before the year 2100. Melting glaciers add to rising sea levels, which in turn increases coastal erosion and elevates storm surge as warming air and ocean temperatures create more frequent and intense coastal storms like hurricanes and typhoons. Specifically, the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are the largest contributors of global sea level rise. Right now, the Greenland ice sheet is disappearing four times faster than in 2003 and already contributes 20% of current sea level rise.. If emissions continue to rise, the current rate of melting on the Greenland ice sheet is expected to double by the end of the century. Alarmingly, if all the ice on Greenland melted, it would raise global sea levels by 20 feet. Today, the Arctic is warming twice as fast as anywhere on earth, and the sea ice there is declining by more than 10% every 10 years. As this ice melts, darker patches of ocean start to emerge, eliminating the effect that previously cooled the poles, creating warmer air temperatures and in turn disrupting normal patterns of ocean circulation. The glacial melt we are witnessing today in Antarctic and Greenland is changing the circulation of the Atlantic Ocean and has been linked to collapse of fisheries in the Gulf of Maine and more destructive storms and hurricanes around the planet. What happens in these places has consequences across the entire globe. As sea ice and glaciers melt and oceans warm, ocean currents will continue to disrupt weather patterns worldwide. Industries that thrive on vibrant fisheries will be affected as warmer waters change where and when fish spawn. Coastal communities will continue to face billion-dollar disaster recovery bills as flooding becomes more frequent and storms become more intense. People are not the only ones impacted.


Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Science: Impact of Glacier Melting & Climate Change

Sub Themes:

  • Glacier Melting on Arctic Sea
  • Glacier Melting on Antartica
  • Glacier Melting on Himalayas
  • Global Warming
  • Climate Change
  • Disaster Management
  • Waste Management
  • Renewable Energy
  • Others(related to climate and disaster)

 About AKTU  

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU)(formerly UPTU) was established by the Government of Uttar Pradesh, vide Act Amendment No. 1156(2) LXXIX-V-1-15-1(Ka), 24-2015 dated Sept 9, 2015 Uttar Pradesh Adhiniyam Sankhya 23 of 2000. Under the University Act, 'Technical Education' includes programmes of education, research and training in Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Town Planning, Pharmacy, Applied Arts & Crafts and such other programmes and areas that the central Government may in consultation with All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) by notification in Gazette declare.

As enshrined in the University Act, the University aims to provide and upgrade education, training and research in fields of technical education, and to create entrepreneurship and a conducive environment for pursuit of the technical education in close co-operation with industries. Further, as a very distinguishing feature of its vision, the University aims to make provisions for the advancement of technical education amongst classes and communities which are educationally backward.To fulfill the above broad vision, the University develops flexible and innovative academic programmes and procedures that cater to a very broad range of students with different background, and prepares them to compete at the national and international levels.

In addition to transmission of knowledge through a very well thought teaching pedagogy, the University lays a strong emphasis on knowledge creation through a well planned research programme in emerging areas, and application of knowledge by undertaking issues and problems from the industry. Apart from academics, the University lays a very strong emphasis on the overall development of a well rounded personality of its students with both professional and emotional maturity to take up the challenges in their chosen profession, and to contribute to the development of society.

 About SMS Group of Institutions(INDIA)  

Sensing the ever growing need for competent and highly trained professionals endowed with rich business acumen, skills and aptitude to operate in the highly complex and fast changing economic and industrial environment, the SMS Society established School of Management Sciences (SMS), at Varanasi in the year 1995. SMS Varanasi has been listed in the top 50 B-Schools in India.

In the year 2008 SMS Society expanded its base to the capital of U.P., Lucknow. SMS Lucknow bags Education Leadership Award 2019 during Uttar Pradesh Education Leadership Award function organised by World Education Congress in association with ABP News during the award function held at Hotel Taj on 1st October 2019. SMS Lucknow was awarded the "Best Engineering College in North India" under the Excellence in Education, Training & Development Awards 2018 organized by ASSOCHAM in Ranchi on 28th of February 2018.

SMS Lucknow was declared ranked at 1st position on 17th May 2018 among all 615 colleges (only 43 participating colleges) of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow for Innovation & Start-up activities carried out by the Institute during the year under the Dr. Kalam Centre - Innovation Incubation & Startup (KC-IIS) while conducting Parikrama - 7th Edition under TEQUIP III. SMS Lucknow received this award on 27th July 2018 at an award ceremony organized by K-CIIS of AKTU, at New Delhi.

SMS Lucknow was conferred the "ASSOCHAM National Leadership Excellence Award in Technical Education (North)" by the Governor of Jharkhand at the National Summit on Leadership Excellence Awards ceremony 2018, at Ranchi on 26th October 2018.

SMS Group of Institutions received the "Brand Leadership Award 2018" for its significant contribution in the field of Education. The Award was received by Shri Sharad Singh, CEO & Secretary, SMS at the UP Brand Leadership Award 2018 ceremony organized by ABP News on 18th Sept 2018 at Hotel Renaissance, Lucknow.

The School of Management Sciences, Technical Campus, Lucknow has been declared by IITBombay as a most vibrant 'Remote & Resource Center' (RC-1247) for empowerment of faculty & staff members through training and workshops.

SMS Lucknow offers AICTE approved PGDM, B.Tech (CSE, EC, EE, ME, CE, AI-DS, CSE-ML, CSE-IOT) & MBA programmes affiliated to AKTU, Lucknow.BSc, BBA, BCA, B.Com., B.Com. (Hon.), B.Voc. affiliated to Lucknow University and Polytechnic courses in ME (Production), ME (Auto) EE, CE, CS and CCN affiliated to Board of Technical Education, Uttar Pradesh.

Website : www.smslucknow.ac.in

 Call of Papers  

Technical papers on the above Sub Themes and related topics are invited for presentation in the different technical sessions of the conference. The authors should send two copies of extended abstract in IEEE template (not exceeding two A-4 size pages typed in 12pt. Times Roman font with double spacing) of their original works latest by March 22, 2023. Authors are requested to send a copyright form duly signed by author(s) along with the abstract on smsspeeds23@smslucknow.ac.in

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