ATANU MUKHERJEE, PRESIDENT, M.N. DASTUR
Atanu heads MN Dastur, which is one of the largest independent engineering and technology consulting company. He has been consulting for metals, mining and energy industry globally in areas including strategy, technology, operations and finance. Work at the highest levels with national and international metals, mining and energy firms and investors as well as with Governments on industrial strategy, asset restructuring and policy .
Advise international private equity firms / investors in metals and energy related businesses in North America. Collaborate with international institutions on advancing innovation and state-of-the-practice in related areas of technology, economics, engineering and finance.
DR. SANAK MISHRA, EX VP ARCELOR MITTAL, EX MD SAIL (RSP), INDIA
A globally acclaimed stalwart in the steel sector for his exploits in the technological arena, Dr. Sanak Mishra, has helmed at various global Steel companies including ArcelorMittal, Steel Authority of India Limited, etc. He is acknowledged as an authority in Steel Technology and has been credited with the discovery of magnetic clusters in dilute alloy systems along with the texture memory effect in grain-oriented materials. Over the years Dr Mishra has been conferred with numerous accolades such as National Metallurgist Award from Indian Ministry of Steel, JRD Tata Award for Excellence in Corporate Leadership, Distinguished Alumni Award” from the Department of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Illinois among others.
DR. VINOD NOWAL, DEPUTY MANAGING DIRECTOR , JSW STEEL, INDIA
Dr Vinod Nowal, presently serving as Deputy Managing Director JSW Steel—part of a USD 11 bn conglomerate, has come to be acknowledged as an expert in large plant operations and capacity expansion. Nowal presently oversees the production of more than 14 mtpa steel from 3 plants based in India and envisions an addition of another 4 mtpa in the current calendar year. magnetic clusters in dilute alloy systems along with the texture memory effect in grain-oriented materials.