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2nd Edition of Virology World Conference

21-22, 2023

June 21 -22, 2023 | Rome, Italy
Virology 2022

Naveen Khatri

Speaker at Virology World Conference 2022 - Naveen Khatri
University of Health Sciences, India
Title : Robotics in the field of virology


The stories of robots started surfacing from the start of 20th century and first autonomous robot capable of playing chess was introduced in 1912. Since then, many advancements in the field of robotics have been made and now wide range of robots are available to replace variety of human tasks. The first humanoid robot named “Sophia” was created by Hanson Robotics in 2016. Working conditions in many sectors like space, virology etc. are critical for human lives. Replacement of human beings with robots in areas that are critical to human lives can substantially reduce the risk of human life like handling virus samples in virology labs. Use of robots in different types of viral diseases including SARS provide more safety to human lives. Various medical institutes used robots for testing during coronavirus. Asimov Robotics created a robot to spread awareness about the coronavirus. Robots have also been used for monitoring patients, makings vaccines and medicine, sanitizing hospitals, making deliveries, sample analysis, and cleaning tasks. All these applications of robots are aimed to avoid exposure to virus, save the time and human labor. Till now most of the robotic works are directly controlled by human beings while few are automated. Future of robotics is fascinating where robots would be freestanding, independent and self-growing. With the advancements in artificial intelligence robots would be independently capable of research & development arena and dealing with patient related activities.

What will audience learn from your presentation? 

•    From this presentation, audience would be able to know the history of robotics, how it started & predict the future of robotics.
•    Audience will come to know the benefits of the robot in the hospitals, pandemics, and production of medicines.
•    Audience can implement this knowledge to their research, they can use robotics in their field to get several benefits.
•    This is a review that other faculty could use to expand their research or teaching.


Dr. Naveen Khatri is working as Assistant Professor in College of Pharmacy, Pt. B. D. Sharma, University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, Haryana since 2006. He has more than 17 years of teaching and research experience. He did his B. Pharm. degree from MDU, Rohtak and M. Pharm. degree from GJU, Hisar. He did his Ph.D. under the guidance of Prof. A. K. Madan. All his research papers are published in high impact factor international journals. His research interest is QSAR, Molecular Modeling, design and development of novel molecular descriptors. He has conceptualized novel molecular descriptors which have immense utility in drug development. He is an expert in the field of pharmaceutical analytical techniques.