In his keynote talk, Mr. Anjan Das will highlight how investments made in the knowledge ecosystem can deliver outputs for the economic growth and social development of the country. In a comparative manner, Mr. Das will analyse inputs/outputs of the knowledge ecosystem of a few countries – and present a possible game-changer for India.
The keynote talk is part of the Academia-Industry Training for 14 selected Swiss and Indian applied researchers, co-organized by swissnex India and the Robert Bosch Center for Cyber Physical Systems (RBCCPS).
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Anjan Das heads CII’s work in the areas of knowledge-economy that focuses on effectively realizing economic benefits in terms of value added manufacturing, high technology exports and ownership of critical technologies from the investments made in knowledge ecosystem through public private partnerships.
Anjan has been involved in Policy Framework & Advocacy in the areas of Industry’s investment in R&D, technology acquisition and commercialization; Industry-academia collaborations; Creation-protection-exploitation of IPR; Infusion of design in manufacturing; Innovation promotion and Entrepreneurship development, and has been the architect of conceptualising and implementing many innovative PPP vehicles.
Anjan is a member of many high level government committees and councils such as U.S.-India Endowment Board; Indo-German S&T Centre’s Governing Board; Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion’s India Design Council; Department of Scientific & Industrial Research’s Technical Advisory Committee of Patent Acquisition and Collaborative Research Scheme; Department of Electronics & IT’s Working Group on IPR and Academic Council; Ministry of MSME’s Project Monitoring and Advisory Committee (PMAC) for Implementation of Design Clinic Scheme for MSME etc.
Before joining CII, Anjan worked with CMC Limited, Mumbai; Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi; Hindustan Motors Limited, Kolkata.
Anjan has been a consultant to World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and National Expert of UNIDO.
Anjan has Post Graduate (M. Tech.) degree in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur.
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