The ARM 2017

Meet Code: AR17EN03SN-008

Type: Academic Workshop

Normalized Pub. Name: 3rd Annual Research Meet

Acronym: ARM 2017

Event Date: November 11, 2017

Location City: Chennai

Location Country: India

190 Delegates

Overseas: 20

Domestic: 165

Represented Countries: 16

Represented Institutes: 105

3rd Annual Research Meet - ARM 2017

Summary of ARM 2017

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This page provides a summary of the 3rd Annual Research Meet, a full day academic workshop, hosted by the Centre for Advanced Research and Design (CARD) of Venus International Foundation (VIF) on 11 November 2017 at Radha Regent, Chennai City, India

It is a 3rd Meet and was attended by 190 participants (represented 16 Country: from England, Romania, Singapore, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Jordan, Japan, Malaysia, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and India) those are in 'Continuous Regular Service in Research or Academic Institution/ Agency'.

Objectives of the Meet

To create opportunities to collaborate and develop a new culture to drive research, innovation, economic activity and to form bridges among groups, and empower innovation.
To generate alignment as well as points of intersection between the agendas of research, existing resources and opportunities.
To highlight intellectual capital in order to promote improved technology transfer, development, and commercialization of the intellectual property.
To strengthen society’s technological capabilities and understanding of the role that science, technology and innovation play in economic development.
To integrate activities in science, technology, and innovation, with economic development and competitiveness issues.
To develop and strengthen the science and technology and innovation infrastructure.

Inaugural Session

In the Inaugural session (9.15 am to 10.15 am)

Mrs. M. S Sudha
Director- VIF and Program Chair of the ARM 2017, welcomed the gathering.

Dr. Christine Berberich
University of Portsmouth, England delivered the presidential address.

Dr. Gavin Stewart Dawe
National University of Singapore, Singapore delivered the special address.

Dr. Emily J. Bethell
Liverpool John Moores University, England delivered the Keynote Address

Technical Sessions

The Meet Speakers and the titles of their talks in the Technical Sessions (10.30 am to 3 pm) were as follows:

1. Dr. Christine Berberich
University of Portsmouth, England
- How Reading Can Change your Life: Books, Politics and Culture.

2. Dr. Emily J. Bethell
Liverpool John Moores University, England
- Cognition-Emotion Interaction In Monkeys: How To Measure It And Why It Matters.

3. Dr. Gavin Stewart Dawe
National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Novel functions of amyloid precursor protein (APP) beyond amyloid beta peptide production

4. Dr. Mohd Nizam Ab Rahman
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
- Value Chain Management: Moving from Red Ocean Strategy to Blue Ocean Strategy.

5. Dr. Maran Marimuthu
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia
- Government Linked Companies (GLCs) and Financing Strategy: Evidence from Malaysia.

6. Dr. Gligor Viorica Mihaela
The Romanian Academy Cluj, Romania
- Unparalleled Histories and Philosophies

Research Awards Ceremony

The Venus International Research Awards (affectionately known as the VIRAs) scheme was instituted in the year 2015 by the CARD of VIF, are presented yearly during the Annual Research Meet (ARM) that is conducted during November/December month of the year. The Award (Certificate, Bronze Medal & Memento; It's a Non-financial Award) scheme has a Criteria, Standards, Regulations, Nomination Application, Expert Committee and Judging Process etc that are governed by the Board of Trust.

The VIRA 2017 is convened by the CARD of VIF & conducted in accordance with the VIF BOARD MEETING resolution vide F. No. VIF/MIN/BM-II/2017 held on June 19, 2017 at VIF Head Quarters invites nominations from eligible individuals those are in 'Continuous Regular Service in Research or Academic Institution/ Agency' in the age group of 27 - 62 years and working on the frontiers of (i) Agricultural Sciences (ii) Engineering (iii) Health and Medical Sciences (iv) Humanities and Social Sciences (v) Management (vi) Science (vii) Veterinary and Animal Sciences.

The nominees are selected based on the Expert Committee report and Apex Committee recommendations.

Click here to view the VIRA 2017 Winners List