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Solar Energy Applications

Prof. Lakshman Dissanayake, NIFS, Sri Lanka
Prof. N. Muthukumarasamy, CIT, India

Symposium Editor:
Dr. S. Prasanna, PSG College of Technology, India


  • Novel Materials for solar cells
  • Solar cell technologies and solutions
  • Solar thermal application
  • Power Integration and Smart Grids
  • Hybrid Power Systems and Micro Grids operations

Wind Energy Applications

Prof. A. Atputharajah, University of Jaffna
Mr. T F Jayasurya, Windsim, Norway -Country Manager-India

Symposium Editor:
Dr.A.Thevakaran, University of Jaffna


  • Wind Measurement, Wind Resource Assessment and Wind Energy Forecasting.
  • Wind Farm Development and its Performance.
  • Wind Turbine Aerodynamics and Power Generation Technologies.
  • Power Quality, Reliability and Stability of Wind Power Generators’ Technologies

Hydrogen Energy & Storage

Prof. Gamini Rajapakse, University of Peradeniya
Prof. Alfred Christy, University of Agder, Norway

Symposium Editor
Dr. K. Vignarooban, University of Jaffna


  • Water splitting
  • Fuel cells
  • Energy storage

Advanced Materials for Health Applications

Prof. Kamal Mustafa, University of Bergen, Norway
Prof. Anna Finne Wistrand, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Symposium Editor
Dr. (Ms.) Sutharsini, University of Jaffna


  • Regenerative medicine
  • Materials for drug delivery
  • Materials for prosthetics
  • Environmental and health impacts of clean energy technologies

Bioenergy Applications

Prof.S.Vigneswaran, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Symposium Editor
Prof. Meena Senthinanthanan, University of Jaffna


  • Biomass
  • Biofuel

Advanced Functional Materials

Prof. Nalin De Silva, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
Dr. Smagul Karazhanov, Institute for Energy Technology, Norway
Dr. S. Senthilarasu, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

Symposium Editor
Dr. P. Suresh,  Coimbatore Institute of Technology, India


  • Emerging materials;
    1. 2D materials
    2. Oxyhydrides
  • Multifunctional materials, materials for photocatalysis
  • Materials for energy efficient coatings. X-chromatic materials and devices.
  • Smart materials. Materials for hydrophobic, superhydrophobic, anti-ice, anti-fog, anti-dust applications
  • Materials for CO2 capture and storage
  • Surfaces or interfaces
  • Theory and modeling:
    1. Design of new materials with properties targeted for engineering applications
    2. Multiscale modeling for materials engineering and processing
    3. Tailoring microstructural changes of known materials to obtain new or improved properties
    4. Process modeling

Clean Energy: Innovation Policy & Practice

Conference Editor : K.Suthakar <>