What Can Glass Do for You?

January 1, 2017 Events0
SESSION 1
Glass as vital building material for Smart and Solar Cities
February 24, 2017 (Friday)
TIME TOPIC/S COMPANY SPEAKER(s)
1000 Opening Remark By: Mr. Harsha Kadam, President, AIGMF & CEO, AGL glaspac
1010 Welcome Session Orientation

  • Save natural resources to use glass for partitions instead of woods
  • Classy look
  • Aiding Smart Cities
  • Glass is the face of modern architecture
  • Adds to the beautification of the facade of a building
  • Versatile material that can be used for making transparent stairways, colored shelves and other design features like dividers and cubicles
  • It is lightweight and a designer’s dream material
CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute
Confederation of Construction Products and Services
Former Principal, Govt. College of Engg. & Ceramic
Technology, Kolkata and Member Editorial Board, KANCH
HNG Float Ltd.
Gujarat Borosil Ltd.
Dr. K Muraleedharan, Director
Mr. Deepak Gahwlot
Dr. A K Bandhopadhay
Mr. K C Jain
Mr. V Ramaswami
1045 Glass: Enhancing Quality of Life and Conserving Energy Asahi India Glass Mr. Senthil Somasundaram
1115 Flat Glass- a Green Building material (FOSG) Federation of Safety Glass and GSC Glass Ltd. Mr. Sharanjit Singh, Managing Committee Member and Chairman
1145 Smart Solar Glass for Solar Cities Gujarat Borosil Ltd. Mr. V Ramaswami
1200 Tea
1215 CPWD Scenario: Glass as Smart Building Material (CPWD) Central Public Works Department Dr. K M Soni, Chief Engineer Mrs. Usha Batra, Addl. DG
1245 Developing Sustainable Solutions for Smart Cities Gujarat Guardian Ltd. Mr. Sourabh Kankar
1310 Question Answer Session
1320 Lunch
1400-1450 Executive Committee Meeting For AIGMF Members

Glasspro INDIA, an international exhibition for Flatglass Processing and Products, will showcase the latest and the finest trends and innovation in flat and processed glass products and applications. Also on display will be the latest glass processing solutions, tools, auxiliary products and services. 130 exhibitors from 13 countries and more than 3,200 visitors from India and abroad participated in the 2015 edition of the event held in Mumbai. Parallel to the exhibition, AIGMF organized Conferences on Cost Effective Technology in Container Glass for Tomorrow (March 13, 2015) and Use of Glass in Buildings – Facades of the Future; and need for Regulations relating to Human Event Impact, Fire Safety & Energy (March 13-14, 2015). Main highlights of the conference are:

  • Conference covering all categories of glass namely: Flat/ Solar/Processed/Container/ Tableware glasses
  • Company and Specialist presentations
  • Multiple and Expert stakeholder participation
  • Panel Discussions
  • Networking Dinner / High Tea
  • Cultural show (TBC)
SESSION 2
Processed or Tailor made Glasses
February 24, 2017 (Friday)
TIME TOPIC/S COMPANY SPEAKER(s)
1000 Welcome Session Orientation &Inaugural Remarks

  • Annealed glass
  • Toughened glass
  • Laminated glass
  • Coated glass
  • Mirrored glass
  • Patterned glass
  • Extra clear glass
  • Bullet Proof Glass
  • Laminated glass
  • Clear tempered float glass
Confederation of Construction Products and Services HNG Float Ltd. (CPWD) Central Public Works Department Gold Plus Group Mr. Deepak Gahwlot
Mr. Shashi Kant
Mr. K C Jain
Dr. K M Soni, Chief Engineer
Mrs. Usha Batra, Addl. DG
Mr. Vivek Dubey
1515 Glass Selection Factors Gold Plus Group Mr. Prem Dutt
1545 Specialty or Tailored made Glasses: CGCRI Perspective (CGCRI) Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute Dr. Ranjan Sen
1615 Glass Landscaping and other Initiatives

  • Green Buildings
  • Glass walls vs. other building materials like tiles, marbles etc. in interiors
Confederation of Construction Products and Services Mr. Deepak Gahwlot Mr. Shashi Kant
1640 Tea
1655 Coloured Glass for Interiors HNG Float Ltd. Ms. Madhavi Subramanian Patri
1720 Specialist presentation: The future of high performance all electric glass melting Eurotherm by Schneider Electric Mr. René Meuleman, Global Glass Business Technical Manager Mr. J Seetharaman– APAC
1750 Panel Discussion

  • To break down the myth that use of glass in buildings leads to increased temperatures in the environment as glass reflects heat
Former Principal, Govt. College
of Engg. & Ceramic Technology,
Kolkata and Member Editorial
Board, KANCH
CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramic
Research Institute
(CPWD) Central Public Works
Department
Confederation of Construction
Products and Services
Glass Bulletin
Glass Yug
Dr. A K Bandhopadhay
Dr. K Muraleedharan, Director
Dr. K M Soni, Chief Engineer
Mrs. Usha Batra, Addl. DG
Mr. Deepak Gahwlot
Mr. Lakhan Singh
Mr. S P Sharma
1815 Hight Tea
SESSION 3
Container (Bottle) Glass aiding Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan
February 25, 2017 (Saturday)
Inaugural Session
1000 Welcome Session Orientation &Inaugural Remarks

  • Aiding Clean India Campaign
  • Health Benefits
  • Nonporous and impermeable
  • Zero rate of chemical interactions
  • 100% recyclable

New phenomenon and applications of Glasses and Glass Ceramics

Mr. Sanjay Somany
Former President AIGMF; VC/MD, HNG and Convenor,
Glassware and Containers Subcommittee of Bureau
of Indian StandardsMr. Sanjay Tiwari, CEO, Piramal GlassProf. Dr. Devendra Kumar
HOD, Department of Ceramic, IIT, Banaras Hindu
University, Varanasi; Convenor, Flat and Coated Glass
Subcommittee of Bureau of Indian Standards and
Member Editorial Board, KANCH
1030 Glass: A Healthy Packaging Material

  • Pharma and Injectable packaging
Piramal Glass Ltd. Mr. Sanjay Jain
1100 Specialist Presentation: Container Glass Forming in 2020/2025: the dark factory XPAR Vision Mr. Joop Dalstra, Founder & Chief Scientific Officer
1145 Tea
1200 Environmental Benefits of Glass usage HNG Inds. Ltd. Mr. Vinay Saran
1240 Specialist Presentation: The importance of Design and Specification for the Forehearth and Distributor Parkinson-Spencer Refractories Ltd., UK Mr. Simon Parkinson
1300 Panel Discussion

  • Glass: A Sustainable Packaging Material New phenomenon and applications of Glasses and Glass Ceramics
HNGIL HOD, Department of Ceramic, IIT, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; Convenor, Flat and Coated Glass Subcommittee of Bureau of Indian Standards and Member Editorial Board, KANCH Piramal Glass Ltd. Vitrum Glass Ltd. AIGMF and Kwality Glass Glass Worldwide (CGCRI) Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute Mr. Sanjay Somany,
Former President
AIGMF; VC/MD, HNG and
Convenor, Glassware
and Containers
Subcommittee of Bureau
of Indian Standards
Prof. Dr. Devendra Kumar
Mr. Sanjay Tiwari, CEO
Mr. Sumit Gupta
Mr. Sanjay Agarwal, Hon.
Gen Secretary
Mr. Dave Fordham, Editor
Dr. Ranjan Sen
Lunch
SESSION 4
Specialty Glass: Tableware, Opal, Crystal, Figured etc.
February 25, 2017 (Saturday)
1430 Inaugural Session

  • Marketing Excellence:
    promoting class of Glass

 

Dr. A K Bandhopadhay, Former Principal,
Govt. College of Engg. & Ceramic
Technology, Kolkata and Member Editorial
Board, KANCH
Mr. Mr. S K Jhunjhunwala, CMD, La Opala
RG Ltd.
Mr. P K Kheruka, CMD, Borosil Glass Works
1445 Opal Glass- Classique and
Designer Glassware
La Opala RG Ltd. Mr. S K Jhunjhunwala, CMD
1515 Decorative Glass for Homes and Office Triveni Glass Limited Mr. Achinta Chatterjee
1545 Specialist Presentation: Electricity in Glassmaking… often the low-cost option Mr. Grahame Stuart
1630 Laboratory Glassware and Microwavable Kitchenware Borosil Glass Works Mr. P K Kheruka, CMD
1700 Panel Discussion

  • Tableware and Glass
    Installations adding
    beauty and class
Borosil Glassworks Ltd.
LA Opala RG
AIGMF & Kwality
Glass
Former Principal,
Govt. College of
Engg. & Ceramic
Technology, Kolkata
and Member
Editorial Board,
KANCH
Sitaram Glass Works
Triveni Glass Ltd.
Mr. P K Kheruka,
CMD
Mr. Sushil Kumar
Jhunjhunwala,
CMD
Mr. Sanjay
Agarwal, Hon.
Gen Sec
Dr. A K
Bandhopadhay
Mr. M K Bansal
1730 Interaction with Media
1830 Networking Dinner / Cultural show

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