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1 Sponsorship Proposal

2 Scientific Foresight is a movement to build the scientific knowledge temperament and promote innovation in Bihar with International support and local participation.

3 Introduction  First of its kind, it focuses on promoting scientific awareness with a purpose to develop Bihar on frontiers of knowledge creation and fostering research interest among enthusiasts.  It highlights new challenges in science and technology domain through collaborative participations by seasoned professionals, eminent scientists, established entrepreneurs, and creative minds alike.  It helps bring generations together to share knowledge, experience and opportunities and strives to become one of the best scientific value contribution events in the international arena.

4 Introduction continued…..  To provide a collaborative platform for academia, industry, students and professionals to promote Science and Technology awareness and innovation in our society with active involvement from students community.  To provide an opportunity to explore the latent aptitude of the budding engineers, scientists and managers and to support their entrepreneurial activities through exposure.  To establish Scientific Foresight conference as one of the best Scientific value contribution event on International arena. “Unleashing latent creativity” Slogan: “Unleashing latent creativity”

5 About Us  Scientific Foresight is an effort to trigger the development of scientific temperament among youth, and ignite their scientific mind to bring about social, economic, and intellectual development through applications of science and technology  Started in Dec 2005, from a small auditorium in Science College with some 400 people.  Grown exponentially that in Dec 2007, we had more than 5000 people in SK Memorial hall, Patna, with substantial international presence. Growth Rate: 1250% And this year it is going to get even bigger

6 The Core Team  Convenor Mr Ramraj Pandey, Michigan, USA  Global Coordination Committee Mr. G S Singh, GM, Tata Motors, Pune Mr. Atul Kumar, Senior consultant, Microsoft, Hyderabad Mr. Ajit Chouhan, Senior Business Partner-HR Mr. Sanjay Prasad, Senior Editor, MBC Group, Dubai Mr. Vivek Kumar, GE, Hyderabad Mr. Ashok Kumar, Senior Consultant, Nokia, Boston, USA Mr. Rakesh Modi, Manager, EDS, HP, Michigan.. Mr. Samir Sinha, Director, Aaparawold llc, Michigan... Dr. M. Omair, Scientisit, University of Michigan. Dr. M Anantakrishnan, IIT, Bombay Ms. Rajni Shrivastav, Fab India Mr Abhishek Parasar, Sr. Sales Manager, Allianz, Bahrain

7 The Legacy

8 Key Speakers from past  Dr. Jessica Wallace, Assistant Professor, University of California, USA.  Dr. M Omair, Scientist, Biological and environmental sciences, University of Michigan, USA.  Dr. M J Warsi, Washington University in St. Louis, USA.  Dr. Prabhat Kumar, PhD from Institute of Plant Diseases and Protection, University of Hanover, Germany.  Dr. S K Chakravarti, Nano Technology Scientist and Dean, education committee, NIT Kurusshetra.  Mr. Shishir Kumar, Scientist, Micro electromachanical devices, IISc Bangalore, India.  Dr. Farid Ahmad, Postdoctoral Fellow, LMU Munich, Germany.  Mr. Syed Waris Shere, writer of 8 books on Applied mathematics and International relations the latest is "THE STRUGGLE FOR PEACE".  Mr. Mehmood Khan, Global Head of Innovation Process, Unilever, London, UK.  Dr. M V Ananthakrishnan, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India  Mr. G S Singh, General Manager, Tata Motors, Pune, India.  Dr. Vijay Singh, Director, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, India

9 Key Speakers from past  Dr. Anuj Sinha DST, Scientist-G, Head, NCSTC, New Delhi, India.  Dr. B K Singh Sr. D.D.G., RHN Division, ICMR, New Delhi, India.  Dr. R S Sharma, Sr. D.D.G.,RHN Division,ICMR, New Delhi, India.  Dr. Ashwini Kumar, Director, IRTC, Lucknow, India.  Prof.(Mrs.) M.Rajalakshmi, Former Head Dept. of Reproductive Biology, AIIMS, New Delhi, India.  Prof Vishwanath Sinha, Director, L.N.M. IIIT Jaipur, India.  Ms. Usha Vyasulu Reddy, Centre for Human Development Administrative Staff College of India, Professor and Director ASCI Hyderabad, India.  Dr. Laljji Singh, Director, Centre for Cellular & MolecularBiology (CCMB), India.  Prof. Anil Gupta, Professor & Executive Vice President, IIM Ahmedabad, India.  Dr. Jayesh Nath, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Telecomm, North Calorina University, USA  Dr. Mangal Rai, D.G., Indian Council of Agriculture Research, Delhi, India.  Dr. A. K. Gosain, Prof of civil engineering, IIT, Delhi.  Dr. R. S. Sharma, Deputy Director General, Indian council of medical research, Delhi.  Dr. R. P. Bajapai, Nanotechnology Scientist, Vice Chancellor, Guru Jambeshwra University, and Ex-Director of CSIO, India.  Dr. Anil Kumar Sinha, Senior Scientist, Forensic science laboratory, India.

10 Expected Participation Profile Participants: Invited Guests form India and abroad : 50 Scientists and Faculty Members: 40 Professionals from Industry: 100 Graduating Technology Students: 1500 Other Engineering Students: 2000 Post Graduate science Students: 500 Graduating Science students: 700 Other science undergraduate students: 500 Management Students: 500 Viewers through web casting: 30 Total: 5620

11 Graph showing expected participation profile

12 Major Topic  Entrepreneurship, Innovation  Life Science including Biophysics, Biochemistry, Biology etc.  VLSI, Embedded Systems, DSP, MEMS, etc.  Electronic Control System  Photonics and Optical Fiber Communication  Nanotechnology  Agroelectronics  Microprocessors and Micro controllers  Operating Systems and Other Software Programming  Data Communication  Internet Technologies and Information Sciences  Information Management  Artificial Intelligence and Robotics  Medicine and Life sciences: Biotechnology,Bioinformatics, and Genetic Engineering,  Biomedical Engineering, Medical Electronics, and Information Technologies etc  Nuclear Physics, Technology, etc.  Alternate Energy Sources  Fuel cell and Hybrid Design Techniques  Earth Sciences  Environmental sciences  Basic Sciences

13 Key speakers-2008  Mr. G.S.Singh, G.M., Tata Moters, Pune  Dr. Farid Ahmad, Postdoctoral Fellow, LMU Munich, Germany.  Dr. Sanjeev Ghotge, World Inst. Of Sustainable Energy, Pune,  Dr. Natalia Arseni, Scientist, Matarello - Trento, Italy.  Dr. Medhanie Mulaw, Scientist Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen, Munich, Germany  Dr. K Kasturirangan, Former Chief, ISRO  Dr. Venugopal, Former Chief, AIMS, Delhi  Mr. Kiran Karnic, Former Chief, NASSCOM, Delhi  Dr. Kavi Arya, IIT Bombay  Mr. Farhan Akhtar, Bollywood director  Shri Shri Ravi Shankar, Spiritual Leader  Dr.V.N. Sharma, Ex Prof, IIT Kanpur  Dr. V Anantakrishnan, IIT Mumbai  Mr. Shriram Prashad, Dr.V.N. Sharma, Ex Prof, IIT Kanpur  Dr. V Anantakrishnan, IIT Mumbai

14 Activities Panel Discussion Topic: Major business or technical topic focusing on career opportunities and scientific development. Panel: More than 3 people, comprising of industry and academia including one local representative. General Participants: Can put forth their questions or their ideas and views. Invited Talks On a popular major business or technical topic and will be presented by a senior person from industry or academia. Selected Presentations These will be cosmopolitan in nature and will be presented by participating students or teachers

15 Sessions & Timings 20th December 2008 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM - Registration at venue. 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM -Inaugural session. 11:45 AM - 01:15 PM - Entrepreneurship, Information Management and technology, Process engineering, etc. 01:15 PM - 02:00 PM –Lunch Break. 02:00 PM - 06:00 PM - Electronics, Communication, Bioinformatics, Nanotechnology, Hardware, Automotive technology etc.

16 Continued…. 21st December 2008 09:00 AM - 10:30 AM -Career counseling session on various industrial opportunities. 10:45 AM - 01:15 PM - Earth and Environmental sciences, Natural resource management etc. 01:15 PM - 02:00 PM –Lunch Break. 02:00 PM - 06:00 PM - Life and Medicine sciences, Biophysics, Biochemistry etc. 02:00 PM - 06:00 PM - Alternate energy sources, Bio-fuels, Solar energy, Hydro Energy etc.

17 Continued…. 22nd December 2008 09:00 AM - 10:30 AM -Higher education prospects and processes in India and abroad. 10:45 PM - 01:15 PM - Technologies for Agrisciences, Agrielectronics, Technology in Art and Media etc. 01:15 PM - 02:00 PM –Lunch Break. 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM - Basic sciences, Science and spirituality, Technologies in ancient India etc. 04:00 PM - 04:30 PM –Tea Break. 04:30 PM – 06:00 PM– Valedictory Session.

18 Keynotes Each session will have: A panel discussion: 30 Minutes approx. An invited talk: 30 Minutes approx. Selected presentations: For the remaining part of the session, each of approx 10 minutes. Poster presentation and Model Demonstration will take place in parallel. Interested visitors can walk through and discuss with participants. Sessions highlights: 30% Presentations by reputed international and national scientists / speakers. 30% Presentations from regional academicians and Scholars. 30% Students presentations. 10% Panel Discussions. Three best presentations in paper, poster, and model presentations will be awarded prizes.

19 Sponsorship Benefits  A platform to reach more than 10,000 students at one venue.  Promotion with national and international participants.  Branding.  This can be an effective business-networking venue, particularly as a single platform to reach industry as well as academia. Bleeding Edge of Science & Technology.  Best Practices from each other / Networking.  Explore business opportunities and take advantage of global participations.  Make a difference to a social cause by joining in Scientific Foresight 2008.

20 Platinum Sponsor (only one) Sponsorship Amount: Rs. Eight Lakhs This entitles the sponsor company to following privileges:  One stall in prime area at venue (Size 20mt x12mt)  4 Publicity panels at the venue (Size: 12'x6')  Main Hall Banner Display.  Display at all the publicity materials including billboards, press conferences, and press releases.  Paper or product presentation at venue.  Back covers credit on brochures.  Credit on scientific forum website and internet promotions.  Premium advertising space in scientific foresight newspaper, 5000 tabloid size Sci- Fore to be distributed free of cost among student community everyday during the summit.  Free back page advertisement in the souvenir. (More than 4000 souvenir to be printed for all the participants).

21 GOLD SPONSORS (3 Nos) Sponsorship Amount: Rs. 4 LAKHS EACH This entitles the sponsor company to following privileges:  One stall in prime area at venue (13 x 8 mt.)  Display at all the publicity materials including billboards, press conferences, and press releases as co sponsors.  One Hall Banner Display.  Publicity Panels outside the venue (Size: 10'x6')  Credit on scientific forum website and internet promotions.  Back covers credit on brochures.  Advertising space in scientific foresight newspaper, 5000 tabloid size Sci-Fore to be distributed free of cost among student community everyday during the summit.  Free back page / front inside / back inside advertisement in the souvenir(one each) (anyone, on first come first serve basis). (More than 4000 souvenir to be printed for all the participants.

22 Media Partners One each from print media (Hindi & English) electronic media (T.V & Radio) and Web partner  Exclusive interview and sessions with guest participants from all over India and abroad.  Exclusive space on the Sci-Fore newspaper, we will bring out 5000 copies of the tabloid newspaper during the conference.  Exclusive features, studio discussions by core members, scientists, researchers during the period available only for media partner.  One stall in prime area at venue (13 x 8 mt.)  Credit on scientific forum website and internet promotions.  Back covers credit on brochures.  Free back page / front inside / back inside advertisement in the souvenir one each) (anyone, on first come first serve basis). (More than 4000 souvenir to be printed for all the participants).

23 Associate Sponsors (5 Nos.) Sponsorship of one stall 3x3mt. Rs. 30 thousands This entitles the sponsor company to following privileges:  Banner inside the venue.  A stall space with banner.  Display at all the publicity materials including billboards, press conferences, and press releases as co sponsors.  Advertising space in scientific foresight newspaper, 5000 tabloid size Sci-Fore to be distributed free of cost among student community everyday during the summit.  Credit on scientific forum website and internet promotions.  Back covers credit on brochures

24 Past Sponsors

25 Contact Details Website: www.scientificforesight.orgwww.scientificforesight.org Email: scientificforesight@gmail.comscientificforesight@gmail.com pramraj@gmail.com prashant@redants.co.in Contact No: +91 9973912513 +91 9798673260 Contact By Post: Red Ants, 502 Jagat Trade Center Fraser Road Patna, 800 001

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