Dr.B. Narayan Viswanath
Dr. B. Narayan Viswanath, (fondly called as BNV by friends) Born on 12-July-1943 in Bangalore, took his B.Sc., in Agriculture from the university of Mysore in 1965, M.Sc.(Agr.) in 1967 from University of Kerala and Ph.D. degree in 1977 in Agricultural Entomology from the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore. He pioneered terrace gardening and regularly organizes training programmes for housewives in Bangalore. Dr. Viswanath has several professional affiliations to his credit including ex-member, Board of Regents UAS, Bangalore. He has published nearly 40 scientific papers in national and international journals. He is also an authority in bio-fertilizers and promoted Kadur Agro for commercial production of the same. Currently, he is a freelance consultant in organic farming, terrace gardening, landscaping and bio fertilizers. He has a great passion for nature, environment, plants and insects.
Ignatius Orwin Noronha
Serial Entrepreneur. Winner of DST Lockheed Martin India Innovation Program 2010 Gold medal. He believes in affordable practical inventions for solving some of the most pervasive problems. One of his invention is slated to save Indian Government 7.50 lakh crores. His newest invention, which took 12 long years to complete, has the potential of making India malaria-free. Want to listen to him live, please join us at IIM Trichy TEDx 2.0
Mr. Jagdeesh has completed his Ph.D. in Aeronautical Engineering from Indian Institute of Science Bangalore 1998 and
M.E. in Heat Power Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology Mesra 1992 and
B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Bangalore University 1989. He specialises in
Experimental Hypersonics works in Shock wave dynamics.
He had a dream to travel the world, and what could be better than to travel in the iconic Indian three-wheeler auto designed by HIMSELF. He is all set to embark upon his journey to London on his Zero Emission auto "Tejas". Please join us at TEDx IIM Trichy to listen to his exciting journey
Winner of DST Lockheed Martin India Innovation Programme 2010 Gold medal. He believes in affordable practical inventions for solving some of the most pervasive problems. One of his invention is slated to save Indian Government 7.50 lakh crores. His newest invention, which took 12 long years to complete, has the potential of making India malaria-free.
Subramanya Ganesh T
Mr. Ganesh has been working with the ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) since 1997 and has worked in the field of Mission Operations and Health Analysis of Indian Remote Sensing Satellites. Listen to his talk to understand how space technology is used in everyday life.
Mr. Vasudevan is a Yoga consultant and a philosopher who has been teaching Yoga for 30 years.