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STBP 2024

About STBP 2024

1st International Workshop on “Sustainable Technologies for a Better Planet: Challenges & Preparedness for 2050” (STBP 2024) which is a very dynamic and thought-provoking workshop, shall delve into the most pressing technological challenges that loom over our planet's future. Climate change, resource depletion, disparity, gender bias, poverty, new education policies & pedagogies, industry 6.0, business opportunities, sustainable innovations, startup tie-up, and Intellectual property rights are just some of the urgent issues we aim to
address. Guided by leading experts and visionaries in sustainability, we will explore how these challenges impact our planet and, more importantly, how technology can serve as a potent solution to mitigate their impact. The workshop is aimed to promote a synergetic partnership between academia and industry and also to showcase the growth of cutting-edge technology developed in the recent past.

STBP 2024 is being held at Delhi-NCR, India during January 4-10, 2024.

The STBP 2024 shall comprise:

i. Poster presentations
ii. Industry-academic interaction
iii. Networking meetings
iv. Research and Engineering design fair
v. Exhibition of SoA Technology
vi. Exhibition of test equipment/ process machinery
vii. Technical tours
viii. Art & Culture shows


Scientific Tours to Delhi-NCR, Agra, and Jaipur shall be salient features of the workshop.

STBP invites all creative students, scientists, engineers, industry professionals, academicians, and managers to build new paradigms using improved knowledge, vision, and scientific intellect. Your presence shall stimulate the dynamism and vibrancy of STBP-2024 at Delhi-NCR in January 2024.

Workshop Theme
There has been phenomenal growth in the vital domains of engineering, science and technology, management, data analytics, IOT, climate change, etc in the recent past. To keep pace with the recent development, the 1 st International Workshop on “Sustainable Technologies for a Better Planet: Challenges & Preparedness for 2050”
(STBP 2024) is organized which shall work as a catalyst to amalgamate the challenges and the opportunities for a better world. India, South Korea, USA, Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, China, Japan, France, Indonesia, Iran, Brazil, Italy, and Nigeria along with many other countries have pooled the resources to organize STBP-2024.

This Workshop will provide a platform for researchers working in the multi- disciplinary field of Engineering, Science, Technology, and Management to exchange new ideas and establish relationships for holistic growth and development.



Gurgaon, officially named Gurugram, is located in the northern Indian state of Haryana. Situated near the Delhi– Haryana border, about 20 kilometers southwest of the national capital, New Delhi, Gurgaon is one of the major satellite cities of Delhi, India’s Capital.


It is a part of the National Capital Region of India. Gurgaon is India’s second largest information technology hub and third-largest financial and banking hub. Gurgaon is also home to India’s most prominent medical tourism industry. Gurgaon is the headquarters of many of India’s largest companies, is home to thousands of start-ups, and has local offices for more than 250 Fortune 500 companies.


The neighbouring New Delhi is the capital of the Republic of India and the seat of executive, legislative, and judiciary powers. Historically, Delhi has served as the capital of various kingdoms and empires. The Indians believe it to be the site of Indraprastha, the legendary capital of the Pandavas in the Indian epic - Mahabharata. New Delhi is a truly metropolitan city inhabited by all religions, nationalities, and classes of people.


One of the seven wonders of the modern world, the Taj Mahal in Agra (200 km from Gurgaon) is the greatest monumental tribute to love and affection. A tour of India is never completed without a visit to the visual delight known as the Taj Mahal. The Pink City of Jaipur (270 km from Gurgaon), exuberant with color, is famous for its magnificent forts and palaces.


Transport System of Delhi/Gurgaon

Ranked amongst the best Airports, the Indira Gandhi International Airport is the gateway to New Delhi and Gurgaon and is located around 20 km from Gurgaon. The Airport has been named the “Best Airport” in the Asia-Pacific region by the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) program of the Airports Council International (ACI). Additionally, the Airport has earned the distinction of being the “Cleanest Airport” in the Asia-Pacific region. Gurgaon is connected to Delhi by the magnificent Delhi Metro, and it takes around 30 minutes from Delhi Airport. Moreover, Gurgaon is connected to all parts of India through railways and roads and has an excellent Uber taxi


With the onset of spring, the pleasantly welcoming weather of Gurgaon & Delhi will allure you in January, with temperatures ranging from 2-12°C. It is the most suitable time to visit New Delhi-NCR and nearby historical cities, e.g., Agra & Jaipur. Woolens are recommended during the Workshop.



Delhi-NCR population exhibits varied food habits. The Mughlai cuisine originated here. A variety of international cuisines and foods are readily available in the city. Indian kebabs, biryanis, and tandoori delicacies are worth experiencing.


STBP-2024 is being organized by the Society for Fusion of Science & Technology (SFST) in association with leading institutions and universities in India and abroad. The society comprises academicians, engineers, industrialists, management, and medical professionals from different walks of life. It has rich experience in bringing together professionals of national and international importance for the mutual benefit of researchers and industries. The Workshop is a breathtaking opportunity to witness the hottest technological innovations coupled with the rich cultural heritage of India

Swagat! As we say Welcome


  • Prof. Rajiv Dubey, USF, Tampa, USA

  • Prof. Sreekantha Jonnalagadda, University Of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, 

  • Dr. Sudip Chakraborty, University Of Calabria, Italy

  • Dr. Anuj K. Chandel, University Of São Paulo (USP), Brazil 

  • Mr. Vipul Garg, University of North Texas, USA

  • Prof Surjit Angra, NIT Kurukshetra 

  • Prof. Sunil Garg, Former Registrar JCBUST, YMCA

  • Prof. R.C. Singh, Delhi Technological University

  • Prof. Naveen Kumar, Delhi Technological University

  • Prof. Rajiv Chaudhary, Delhi Technological University

  • Prof. Ranganath M Singari, Delhi Technological University

  • Prof. Vinod Kumar, NIT, Kurekshetra 

  • Dr. Chandan Kumar, BIT, Sindri, Dhanbad

  • Dr. Ashish Karnwal, KIET, Ghaziabad

  • Dr. Harveer Singh Pali, NIT Srinagar

  • Dr. Sidharth Bansal, Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology, Delhi

  • Mr. Ashish Singh, KIET, Ghaziabad

  • Mr. Vipul Saxena, JSSATE, Noida

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