Laser Applications in Machining and Material Processing (LAMMP)

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This is an AICTE approved Short Term Program

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SKU: Mechanical Engineering | Start Date: 07-03-2022 | End Date: 12-03-2022 Categories: ,


This is an AICTE approved Short Term Program

Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering

Intended audience: Industry participants, College students, Faculty, Others

About:  Theme – Ruby laser, discovered by Theodore Maiman in 1960, has been evolving ever since its discovery. Laser is being used in various technologies because of its unique properties such as monochromatic, highly directional and high intensity. Material processing has been one of the promising fields of Laser; it finds applications in various technologies spanning from day-to-day utilities to sophisticated technologies like laser-based surgeries. Laser-based material processing covers the aspects of Laser Micromachining, laser scribing, Laser welding, Laser Shock Peening, laser-assisted brazing, laser-assisted cutting, laser-assisted grinding wheel dressing, Pulsed laser deposition and particle synthesis. The short-term course encompasses all the aspects of the above-said applications of Laser.


To impart expansive knowledge of the basics of laser material processing.

To provide an overview of the trending applications of Lasers in material processing.

To understand the fundamental of Laser-Material interactions and physics involved in the laser processing of materials.

To ideate of the potentials of Laser in material processing.

To identify the research gaps and find the potential solutions using Laser technology.

Scope: The course covers a wide range of topics covering the fundamentals of Laser, applications of Laser in measurements, micro-manufacturing, optics, material science and laser additive manufacturing.

Session dates: 07-03-2022 to 12-03-2022 (6 days)


1st session – 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

2nd session – 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

3rd session – 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Last date of Registration: 04-03-2022

Profile of the Instructor(s)

Name: Prof. GL Samuel

Profile: Professor, Manufacturing Engineering Section, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Madras. 

Academic Qualification:
1. Ph.D (2001), Indian institute of Technology, Madras, India.
2. Master of Technology (1994), Department of Production Engineering, University. BDT College of
Engineering, Davangere, Karnataka, India.
3. Bachelor of Engineering (1991), Department of Mechanical Engineering, Government BDT College of
Engineering, Davangere, Karnataka, India.

Areas of interest: Micromachining, metrology, computer aided inspection.

Research Guidance: Ph.Ds – 22, M.S – 7, M.Tech – 42


Eligibility & Fees

Eligibility requirement of participants: 

  • Participants from academic Institutions – M.Tech, PhD (enrolled)
  • Participants from Industries / Research institutes – B.Tech, M.Tech (primary knowledge about Lasers)

Maximum Number of participants that can be accommodated:

  • Academic – 40
  • Industries/Research institutes – 15


  • Faculty/ Research Scholars – ₹1000/-
  • Industry personnel – ₹5000/-

“The registration fee will be refunded for the first 30 faculty participants from AICTE colleges once they attend and complete the training program”.

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Criteria: Attending all sessions and submitting the assignments, if any.

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5 reviews for Laser Applications in Machining and Material Processing (LAMMP)




    sir, it is online program or offline? and what is the schedule?
    please, clear it.

    • Bharathi Balaji

      It is an online program. The timings will be published shortly. You have to login to the sessions to complete the course.

  3. Satyanarayana G

    The workshop seems to be very informative and interesting. Eagerly awaiting the workshop.

  4. Pavan Pandit

    The program consists of
    2 technical talks before noon ie., 9.00am to 10.30am and 11.00am to 12.30pm
    Virtual lab visit in the afternoon from 2.00pm to 4.00pm.


    This program gives more knowledge on laser application in materials processing. Also, the arrangement are given by the team was really good…

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