Robotics for Improved Livelihood in Indian Context

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About Workshop

The objective of the brain-storming workshop will be to identify possibilities of introduction of robotics and automation for improving productivity and income generation potential in the Indian Context. Globally, the introduction of robotics lead to increase in efficiency in the production process by replacing human labor.

Is it possible to identify applications and technology areas where robotics can increase productivity without replacement of human labor? In other words, can we design robotics systems which increases the efficiency of the production process without downsizing labor force? We need to identify few such India centric problems which are challenging and potentially have significant economic implications. As a research community, we can focus on building up a coordinated and concerted effort to address these problems.


Prof. Santanu Chaudahury, Director, CSIR-CEERI, Pilani

Prof. Subir Saha, Head, Mechanical Engg., IIT Delhi

Organising Committee

Prof. Santanu Chaudhury, Director, CSIR-CEERI

Dr. S.C. Bose, Chief Scientist, CSIR-CEERI

Prof. Raj Singh, Chief Scientist, CSIR-CEERI

Dr. A.S. Mandal, Chief Scientist, CSIR-CEERI

Dr. S.A. Akbar, Chief Scientist, CSIR-CEERI

Dr. Ram Prakash, Principal Scientist, CSIR-CEERI

Dr. Anil Saini, Scientist, CSIR-CEERI

Shri K.P. Sharma, CAO, CSIR-CEERI

Shri Rajesh Pareek, F&AO, CSIR-CEERI

Shri Arvind Kumar Khandelwal, TA, CSIR-CEERI