2nd NCMAE 2018

2nd National Conference on Academic and Industrial Research in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering [NCMAE 2018]

on

24th March 2018

at

Kerala State Science and Technology Museum

Thiruvananthapuram [Trivandrum], Kerala

Click here to download – Brochure

Only Indian National Conference to be listed in DRDO’s [Defence Research and Development Organization] military conference. 

Other conference in the list are from USA, RUSSIA, CHINA etc.,

Second National Conference on Academic and Industrial Research in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering is organized by Society of Aeronautical Engineers. This is a conference for only national participants. Consider attending if you have a professional interest in aerospace engineering or science and wish to:

  • Present results and insights from your own work.
  • Interact with colleagues who present papers in your field.
  • Engage with people and ideas across a broad spectrum of aerospace technologies.
  • Understand how your organization might participate in next year’s conference.

Organizing Committee: –

Organizing Committee/Technical Committee/ Award Selection Committee members list

Conference Proceedings will be available at www.wingsofaero.in/ncmae2018

Glimpses of Event:

 

 

Society Building – Foundation Stone Laying Function

Society Building – Foundation Stone Laying Function
and
Inauguration of First Aero Camp to Govt School.
by
Mr. Sandeep Nandhuri IAS
District Collector – Tirunelveli
Date: – 21/06/2017
Venue: – Nallur Village – Tirunelveli
Guests
Mr. Arunachalam P [Hony Captain]
Ex-Serviceman, Indian Army
CEO – Wings of Aero
Dr. Raja Kumar M.E, Ph.D
HOD – Mechanical Engineering
Anna University Tirunelveli
Co-ordinators
Pon Maa Kishan A M.E, [Ph.D]
President
Society of Aeronautical Engineers
Aishwarya Dhara M.E
Director – Kolkata Division
Wings of Aero
Jini Raj R M.E, [Ph.D]
Aeromodelling Trainer
Wings of Aero
V Vignesh B.E,
CFD Engineer
Wings of Aero 
Glimpse of the event
Mr. Sandeep Nandhuri IAS welcomed by Mr.Arunachalam P [CEO wings of Aero], Dr.Raja Kumar [HOD/Mech – Anna University Tirunelveli] and Pon Maa Kishan [President of Society of Aeronautical Engg] to the site.District Collector laying first stone for the society’s building.Scout Team of West Tirunelveli Hr.Sec.School welcomed Mr. Sandeep Nandhuri to inaugurate Aero Camp organized by Society of Aeronautical Engineers.District Collector Inaugurated 1st Aero Camp“Greetings to all, just now I have attended the adikal naattu vizha of Society of Aeronautical Engineers building and this is really a good young team which has chosen to construct the society’s building not in a city or town or town panchayat even, but they are constructing it in a small village and conducting this aero camp in a school nearby it is really a good thought. It is a good opportunity to the students here to learn aeronautics in your schooling itself; the students must use this resource and visit the center regularly. I wish the team all the best and I will be eagerly looking for the inauguration of this society’s building” – Sandeep Nandhuri IAS, District Collector of Tirunelveli.
Mr. JINI RAJ M.E, [Ph.D] and Mr. VIGNESH V B.E shared their knowledge to the young students about basic concepts of aeronautics.

Mission and Vision

OUR MOTTO – TO IGNITE THE YOUNG MINDS

Vision

A compact community of scholars, expert support staff, and dedicated students, each acting in a partnership with the faculty members of other institutions, university administration, industry and government leaders to best carry out our mission. We see ourselves as:

  • Constituting an organization dedicated to excellence in all we do.
  • Preeminent in aerospace engineering education.
  • Instilling in our members a sense of responsibility for ethical practice and of concern for the environment.
  • Leading the wider aerospace community with advances in the sub-disciplines in which we concentrate.
  • Adapting to changes in societal needs so that the education we provide and advances in knowledge.

Mission

  • To provide capable, motivated, and well-prepared students with an aerospace engineering education of the highest quality, that will enable them to reach their maximum potential in a technological world.
  • To significantly advance knowledge, its applications and integration in aerospace related disciplines.
  • To serve the larger communities of which we are a part: the nation and its people.

Objectives

We dedicate ourselves to:

  • Making our educational program inspirational, nurturing of creativity, and such that the best young people aspiring to contribute to the aerospace engineering enterprise and to rise to positions of leadership, whether in industry, government or academia, will seek to become a member in our society.
  • Creating a learning and working environment attractive to all who are member with us.
  • Building a Aero School whose physical environment — facilities, equipment, offices, classrooms and laboratories – and quality of essential services encourage the accomplishment of all of our goals and make for a pleasant and personally rewarding workplace.
  • Making the activities of our Aero School and the way we conduct them such that colleagues from other universities and our counterparts in industry and government laboratories will routinely come to interact with us, to discuss the aerospace field’s: exciting new opportunities, problems and new methods for their solution, constantly evolving content and delivery of courses, research that is both at the cutting edge and applicable to satisfying societal needs.
  • Performing our chosen instructional, research and service tasks so as to strengthen Society of Aeronautical Engineers, both by our contributions as an individual organization and through our support of and collaboration with other national and international organizations.
  • Rising to relevant opportunities to productively cross traditional disciplinary lines, and to eliminating barriers to interdisciplinary cooperation in aerospace matters.
  • Acting, in all things, so as to recognize that the ethnic, racial and gender distribution of our national workplace is changing, and that a faculty, staff and student body whose constituents reflect this diversity will better prepare graduates to take their places in its midst.