About Sanjivani Rural Education Society Sanjivani Rural Education Society (SRES) was established in 1982 under the charismatic leadership of Shri. Shankarrao G. Kolhe with an objective of social transformation and upliftment of rural masses through education, training and research. There are different institutes under the aegis of SRES offering School Education, Diploma, Graduation, and Post-Graduation in various disciplines.

Chief Patron Hon'ble Shri. Shankarrao G.Kolhe Former Minister, Govt. of Maharashtra, Chairman, Sanjivani Rural Education Society, Kopargaon

Patrons Hon'ble Shri.Nitin S.Kolhe Executive Trustee

Hon'ble Shri. Amit N. Kolhe Managing Trustee

About College College of Engineering, Kopargaon is one of the premier technical institutes in Maharashtra state in the un-aided sector established in 1983 by SRES. The College has been approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Mechanical department is permanently affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. The college has all modern infrastructural facilities, including modern teaching aids and Wi-Fi campus with 100 mbps lease line. The college has well qualified and experienced teaching staff. It is among the few engineering colleges which has been awarded grade “A” by the Govt. of Maharashtra. Recently (2014-15) Savitribai Phule Pune University, has awarded us 'Best Engineering College.'

ISTE Approved Short Term Training Programme (STTP) Design of Experiments and Optimization Techniques

1st to 5th June 2015

Convener Dr. D. N. Kyatanavar Principal

Co-Convener Dr. A. G. Thakur Vice Principal & Head, Mechanical Engg. Department

Program Coordinators Prof. S. V. Bhaskar Prof. A. V. Damale

How to Reach 1. From Shirdi Kopargaon is 15 Km by road.

About Mechanical Engg. Department The department offers graduation in Mechanical Engineering and post-graduation in Design Engineering. The department is well equipped with modern infrastructural facilities and laboratories. The department has been accredited twice by National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi. It is enriched with well qualified and approved teaching and non-teaching staff. The department has set a trend of producing University toppers.

Advisory Committee

(ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institute) Winner of Best Engineering College Award of Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune (Formerly University of Pune)

2. From Manmad Kopargaon can be reached by road (40 Km) and by train (45 km)

Organised By Department of Mechanical Engineering

Dr. G. K. Kharate Dean, Faculty of Engineering, University of Pune.

Dr. V. .J. Kakhandaki Chairman, BOS, Mech. Engg., University of Pune.

Dr. V. M. Nandedkar

Sanjivani Rural Education Society’s

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Head, Dept. of Production Engg. , SGGS, Nanded.

KOPARGAON - 423 603

Dr. K. R. Borole

Dist. Ahmednagar (MS)

Vice Principal, SKN, COE, Pune.

Dr K.N. Nandurkar Principal, K. K. W. Institute of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik

Ph. : (02423) 222862, 223362, 223947 Fax : 02423-222682 web. : www.sanjivanicoe.org.in

REGISTRATION FORM Sanjivani Rural Education Society's

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KOPARGAON 423 603 (MS).

ISTE Approved Short Term Training Programme st th 1 – 5 June 2015 Name of Participant:_________________________________ Designation: ________________________________________ Name of Organisation: _______________________________ ____________________________________________________

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E-mail

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Name of Bank

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Amount: Rs.

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(Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of “Principal, College of Engineering, Kopargaon”, payable at Kopargaon.)

(Participant's Signature)

(Signature & Seal of Sponsoring Authority) (Note: Photocopy of this form can be used)

About DOE-OT Design of Experiments (DOE) techniques, a branch of applied statistics, deals with planning, conducting, analyzing and interpreting controllable tests to evaluate the factors that control the value of a parameter or group of parameters. A strategically planned and executed experiment may provide a great deal of information about the effect on a response variable due to one or more factors. DOE simply helps to pin point the sensitive parts and sensitive areas in designs that cause problems in yield. Designers are then able to fix these problems and produce robust and higher yield designs prior going into production. This programme gives participants a comprehensive understanding of planning and conducting scientific experiments for collecting data and analysing the data to have fruitful conclusions. The programme has been designed to be generic in nature for satisfying the needs of students and faculty pursuing their higher studies from academic institutions and industry personnel carrying out research in any field. Lectures will be delivered on the basic principles of scientific research, identifying/defining research problem, design of experiments, data collection, and statistical tools for analyzing data. Course Outline Module I : Introduction, Background and Overview Overview of basic statistical concepts, Basic principles of DOE and Types and purposes of DOE methods Module II : Full Factorial Design The basics of "full factorials", ANOVA, Factorial effects' plots and Model evaluation Module III : Fractional Factorial Design The one-half fraction and one quarter of the 2k design, The general 2k-p fractional factorial design and Resolution III, IV and V designs Module IV : The Robust Design The basics of robust designs, Taguchi designs and Robust Design example Module V : Response Surface Methodology Central Composite Designs, Box-Behnken Design, Analysis of second-order response surfaces and Process optimization Module VI : Multi Response Optimization Grey-Taguchi Method, Desirability function approach, Utility theory, Fuzzy inference system and Principal component analysis Module VII Evolutionary Algorithms Genetic Algorithm, Particle Swarm Optimization, TeachingLearning based algorithm, Harmony search, single and multiobjective optimization. Resource persons Dr. S. S. Mohapatra, Professor, NIT, Rourkela Dr. Anand Kulkarni, Professor, Symbiosis University, Pune Dr. C. Y. Simikeri, Government Polytechnic, Karad Dr. P. J. Pawar, Professor, K.K.W.I.E.E. & R., Nashik Dr. Harshit Dave, SVNIT, Surat

Who should attend ? All practicing engineers working in industries, scientists from R&D establishments, faculties from Applied Science, Pharmacy, Management,research scholars and PG students from engineering institutions are eligible to apply. Course fee Faculty/Industry personnel : Rs. 1800.00 PG students/Research scholars : Rs. 1500.00 The course fee includes study materials, lunch, dinner and accommodation. Participant who attends the full course will be issued a certificate of participation Mode of Payment All payments should be made through A/C payee demand draft of nationalised bank drawn in favour of “Principal, College of Engineering, Kopargaon', payable at Kopargaon. How to apply? Interested participants may send their printed application in prescribed form along with the registration fee to the program coordinator on or before May 25th, 2015. They are further requested to send an email of scanned copy of registration form and D.D. drawn on Nationalised Bank to [email protected]. Kindly note that TA/DA will not be provided. Boarding and Lodging Accommodation on twin sharing and first come first serve basis will be arranged in the institute hostels if registration for the course is made on-time. Important Dates Last date of receiving registration form 25 May 2015 Intimation of selection 27 May 2015 Note : A visit to Shree Saibaba Temple, Shirdi will be arranged during the program with VIP Darshan Passes.

Contact Persons : 1. Prof. S.V. Bhaskar 2. Prof. A.V. Damale. Co-ordinators Department of Mechanical Engineering College of Engineering, Kopargaon, Dist:- Ahmednagar – 423 603, (M.S.) E-Mail: [email protected], [email protected] Mob. No: + 91 9923607460 (Prof. S. V. Bhaskar). Mob. No: + 91 9423477926 (Prof. A. V. Damale).

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