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Live Demo During ETET-2016

Author: Vallabh Mahale, Asst. Prof., Dept of CSE                                                    Date: 11/02/2016

re_1Live demo of projects was arranged as part of ETET-2016 on 11-02-2016.Students of 4th / 6th / 8th semester of computer science and information science participated in the live demo.

Some of the projects displayed were based on the following concepts:

  • Internet of things

  • Image analysis

  • Computer vision

  • Usage of Raspberry PI

  • Usage of Arduino Boards

  • Computer Graphics

  • Temperature Sensors , Humidity Sensors

  • Sound analysis

Most of the students have prepared for 2 to 3 weeks for this event. The event was enjoyed and appreciated by everyone. The students of second semester had an opportunity to witness the different technologies on display.

The event was inaugurated and judged by Smt. SaravanaKumari Sundaram, Director – Insurance Solutions, Virtusa, Bangalore

Prizes were awarded to the winners

Sl.No

Prize

Student Name

Sem

Title

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Ist

  1. Abhishek T N

  2. Meghana P

  3. Sriharsha

  4. Hemalatha

8th ISE

Micro Air Vehicle Enhanced Navigation

2

IInd

  1. Pruthvi

  2. Sneha

  3. Ranjini

  4. Supriya

8th CSE

Thantrik Rytha

3

IIIrd

  1. Srivasta

  2. Satya Krishna Sharma

  3. Anirudha M S

6th CSE

Universal Sound and Trillion SMS Generator

4

Consolation I

  1. Vinay Bhat

  2. Vinay Kiran

6th CSE

Ultra Sonic Radar

5

Consolation II

  1. Rajatha

  2. Pragathi

  3. Manohar

  4. Arjun

6th CSE

App Controlled Robotic Car

6

Consolation III

  1. Meghana V Rao

  2. Abhigna Kashyap

  3. Prakruthi B

4th ISE

BINGO

7

Consolation III

  1. Varsha

  2. Ramya

  3. Vasudha

  4. Sanjana

  5. Shilpasri

4th ISE

Games using MATLAB

IoT Workshop @ Bagmane tech park

Author : Manjari M N, 6th sem ISE                                                                      Date: 9 & 10-04-2016

We had a two day workshop on internet of things (IoT) . We were almost an hour late to the class on the first day, since we ended up in Phase 2 of Bagmane tech park; But we were supposed to go to Phase 1. We finally made it to the texas instruments campus. It was an amusing view through the way to the class. Since we were late, we missed most of the theoretical part of the workshop. However that was not much of a loss, because Arvind Sir (trainer) guided us through the experiments we performed.

We started off with a simple experiment to blink an LED, after which we got a break. We resumed with other experiments right after the much needed break.

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We used Launchpad (by Texas instruments) for all the experiments and the programming language we used was “Wiring”, which is a mixture of C and C++. Energia is the editor we used for coding.

There were approximately 18 members in the class of which a few were students, a few were employees. We all were divided into teams of two members, of which Mayuri and I were a team. Every team in the class were provided with an experiment kit, using which we all did the experiments.

Arvind sir mentioned the application of each of the experiment we did. Everyone of us got an idea of exactly why we were doing that particular experiment. Arvind sir was very elaborate with whatever he explained. He guided everyone of us throughout the workshop and cleared each of our doubts.

We had a lunch break after a few experiments. Lunch was available in the canteen. We all had good food for lunch. We resumed right after lunch and continued with similar experiments till 6 in the evening.

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The next morning we reached at the right time. We performed many more experiments, which were quite interesting. We had a faculty from T John college as a volunteer, who helped us on this day.

By the end of the day, each group was given a different kit to perform vivid experiments and each of the teams were asked to give a demo. Our group – Pallavi, Yashaswini, Mayuri and I got a Node4j board, which was more of a mini-project, but, we were not successful since we lacked a software. We carefully observed the demos which was presented by each of the other teams, of which one team was of my classmates – Srivatsa, Shritha and Vinay Raaj. All the other groups gave the demonstration of the experiments they were asked to.

At the end of second day, we got a picture with arvind sir and left the campus

FDP on Advanced Technologies and Modern Trends in Civil Engineering Constructions

Author: Poornima C, Asst. Prof., Dept of Civil                                                  Date: 11/01/2016

Objective: To acquaint the faculty members with the state of the art technologies in the civil engineering industry and provide an opportunity for the faculty and research scholars to enhance there knowledge with the peers.

Key features of the FDP:

  • Modern construction methodologies and project management

  • A technical visit to construction material testing laboratory [Civil Aid Technoclinic Pvt Ltd.]

  • A site visit to a major construction project near Bengaluru. (Prestige Golfshire, Nandi Hills Road)

  • Concept of Chemical Admixture and recent trends in concrete Technology

  • Temple Architecture and site visit to Swananda Ashrama
  • Demonstration on softwares – E-survey, CADD & Rivet.

  • Emerging trends in transportation engineering.

Bridge Design and Bridge Modelling

Author: Shambhavi R S, Asst. Prof., Dept of Civil                                                   Date: 25 & 26/03/2015

Objective: To acquaint the students with the bridge design principles and designing the bridge using software.

Civil Bridge Champ 2015 – A Two Day Workshop organized by GADgets’ in association with JIT. The students were trained to design bridges using software and also fabricate the bridge prototype models to test the maximum load carrying capacity for the designed values.

Visit to Water Treatment Plant at Thoraikadanahalli

Author: Nishchay Viswasena, Asst. Prof., Dept of Civil                                                   Date: 09/03/2015

Objective: To enrich the knowledge of the students about the various stages of water treatment that the Cauvery river water undergoes before it is supplied to the Bangalore cities.

The automated water treatment plant is being run by Degremont Limited. The Kaveri water reaches the plant from Shimsha. The plant has a maximum capacity of treating 750 million litres of water per day (MLD).

The visit envisaged the students about whole procedure and understands the process in a better way. They also observed the automated treatment process which would increase the efficiency of the treatment and the various measures adopted to adhere to the quality and the safety specifications.

Industrial Visit to Bearys Global Research Triangle

Author: S Kumar, Asst. Prof., Dept of Civil                                                                     Date: 09/03/2015

Objective: To enrich the knowledge of the students about the various stages of water treatment that the Cauvery river water undergoes before it is supplied to the Bangalore cities.

The automated water treatment plant is being run by Degremont Limited. The Kaveri water reaches the plant from Shimsha. The plant has a maximum capacity of treating 750 million litres of water per day (MLD).

The visit envisaged the students about whole procedure and understands the process in a better way. They also observed the automated treatment process which would increase the efficiency of the treatment and the various measures adopted to adhere to the quality and the safety specifications.

Visit to Gorur Dam

Author: Shambhavi R S, Asst. Prof., Dept of Civil                                                   Date: 23/07/2014

Objective: To educate the students about the salient features of dams and the concept of hydropower generation.

Gorur Dam is constructed across the river Hemavathy, an important tributary of the river Kaveri. The dam is located in Gorur, near the city of Hassan in Karnataka. Built in 1979, the reservoir has been serving multiple purposes of providing water supply for drinking, irrigation to the agricultural lands and production of electricity. The reservoir has a catchment area of 2810sq km. With a length of 4692 meters and a height of 58.5 meters the reservoir has gross storage capacity of 1050.63 mcm. The reservoir has 6 large radial spillway gates.

A Day @ Bang The Table

Author: Vinay Kiran, 6th Sem, CSE                                                                           Date: 26-03-2016

On Saturday 26th March 2016, I attended an one day workshop on ‘PYTHON’. It was conducted by IEDF and the venue was ‘BANG THE TABLE’ located in INDIRANAGAR, 12th main.

My friends (Arjun Hangud, Perumal, Vinay Bhat, Tilak and Vinay Raj) and me initially struggled to locate the venue. We searched the same road again and again, ultimately Vinay Bhat was able to locate it.

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The company was located at 3rd floor, so we took elevator to go to that floor. All of was were acting like kiddos in that elevator, pressing all the buttons, so that the elevator stops at each floor.

We expected it would be like a typical classroom environment. But it was completely a different scenario. We were provided with bean bags and free WiFi . So it was more of a comfortable corner.

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The session began at 9:45 AM. The speaker was Arvind Padmanabhan.He is the founder of IEDF(Indian Engineering Design Forum). He had a very profound knowledge of PYTHON. Just like all other workshop, he also started with a brief introduction about PYTHON.

My friends and me were only students who attended the workshop. All the other participants were professional working in various companies and organizations.

The first session was installation of PYTHON on two major platforms: UBUNTU and WINDOWS.

The second session was an interactive hands on session which helped us to understand the basics of PYTHON. We had a tea break. They even served biscuits, chocolates and snacks which was much needed for distraction and also networking with other participants.

Now, we were left with two challenging sessions and one lunch break. These challenging sessions were ‘Programming Challenge 1’ and ‘Programming Challenge 2’.

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The ‘Programming Challenge 1’ was based on operator precedence, strings, math related library functions, string related functions etc. We had to post the answers on the website and Arvind sir used to test and review the answers. So it was a good interactive session.

After Lunch the ‘Programming Challenge 2’ was based on lists, dictionaries, tuples, sets, list comprehension , dictionary comprehension etc. In both the challenge most of the correct answers was posted by us . Arvind sir gave us an excellent guidance as we started climbing the challenge . For almost , all the challenges , he used to provide us with single line code , which was pretty amusing . At the end he showed us some PYTHON based projects . Some of the projects were RIVER CROSSING RESCUE SCOOTER , OIL CAN CRUSHER and many more .

Finally we had a group photo and was ready to leave. We enjoyed the workshop a lot and had an amazing Saturday . But we had to wait half an hour in the parking lot , since our friend Perumal as usual encountered Arvind Sir with his questions .

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