In this talk, we would discuss:
Material and Spiritual science are the two aspects of the single reality. Materials Scientists, through understanding how materials work, can create new materials for new applications as well as develop existing materials to improve performance. They can modify the structure of a material even at the atomic level, but they can’t reveal to us from where the basic materials came into existence. Scientists can’t provide any information because they have restricted their knowledge to this material world, though all answers to our questions can be found in the Vedic scriptures. Real and complete knowledge is one which includes both material and spiritual science.
“If science and spirituality go hand in hand I am sure that one can create heaven on this earth” - M.K.Gandhi
05:00 pm to 06:00 pm, 19 Jul
Sumit Balguvhar is a Ph.D. in the Department of Civil Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India. He received the B.E. in Electronics and Communication from Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, India, in 2011 and M. tech in Embedded System Technology from Amity University, India in 2013. He received the Best paper presentation award in 2018 in 2nd IEEE International Conference on Green Energy and Applications (ICGEA 2018) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. He does interdisciplinary research. His research interests include piezoelectric energy harvesting, autonomous systems, and low power electronics. He is a reviewer for International Journal (Mechanical systems and signal processing, Elsevier and Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, springer nature. He has delivered a lecture on “Energy Harvesting from Piezo Sensors”, at The School of Engineering and Technology (SoET)-IGNOU, broadcasted on National Television Channel, ‘Gyan Darshan’. He is an avid reader of books related to the history of science and Vedic scriptures.