Objectives of Conference

The objective of this conference is to create a platform for Senior Scientists and young researchers from academic institutions, research laboratories and industry to share their ideas, innovations and developments in frontier research areas.


About Solapur University

Solapur University got established in the year 2004, which was a P.G. sub centre of Shivaji University, Kolhapur, before its establishment. Being an young University among other Universities of Maharashtra it has made substantial progress in academics and research within a short span of nine years. University adopted the school system with seven schools offering postgraduate courses in 20 subjects. The University had done vibrant progress in research in the frontier areas of Physical, Chemical, Mathematical, Computational, Earth and Social Sciences.


About Solapur

Solapur is the city located in West Maharashtra in the border of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It is well connected by air, railway and road to New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. It is an ancient historical and religious place with Lord Siddhrameshwara as "Gramadevata". It is also well known for textile industry, cotton mills and power looms. Solapur has a distinct multi-ethnic, multi-lingual community and people commonly speak languages like Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Sindhi and Hindi in addition to the State official language Marathi. The historical and spiritual places around Solapur are Pandharpur, Akkalkot, Tuljapur and Ganagapur. In February the weather in Solapur will be cool and pleasant.


ity among other Universities of Maharashtra it has made substantial progress in academics and research within a short span of nine years. University adopted the school system with seven schools offering postgraduate courses in 20 subjects. The University had done vibrant progress in research in the frontier areas of Physical, Chemical, Mathematical, Computational, Earth and Social Sciences.


About Solapur

Solapur is the city located in West Maharashtra in the border of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It is well connected by air, railway and road to New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. It is an ancient historical and religious place with Lord Siddhrameshwara as ‘Gramadevata’. It is also well known for textile industry, cotton mills and power looms. Solapur has a distinct multi-ethnic, multi-lingual community and people commonly speak languages like Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Sindhi and Hindi in addition to the State official language Marathi. The historical and spiritual places around Solapur are Pandharpur, Akkalkot, Tuljapur and Ganagapur. In February the weather in Solapur will be cool and pleasant.