EVENTS

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Session on ATMEGA Microcontroller Architecture

Number of Participants : 65
Date : March 14
Organiser : IEEE RAS
Speaker : Tarun Satheesh, Chairman RAS CET Chapter 2015

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The session on ATMEGA Microcontroller Architecture was conducted with the intention of getting the participants more acquainted with ATMEGA Microcontroller. The participants were mainly First years of CET.The session imparted knowledge on the architecture of ATMEGA microcontroller and its use in various robotics projects.

Computer Society India Symposium 2016 (CSIS)

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Number of participants : 233
Date : February 27-28
Organisers : IEEE Computer Society India SAC
IEEE Computer Society CET Chapter

IEEE Computer Society India Symposium, the brainchild of IEEE Computer Society India SAC and  IEEE Computer Society CET Chapter, is an initiative by IEEE Computer Society students of College of Engineering, Trivandrum. This will be a flagship event of IEEE Computer Society India SAC and will be rotated among other sections of India in the coming years.

The IEEE Computer Society India Symposium 2016 focused on bringing together and improving the future activities of the different chapters of Computer Societies all over India. The event provided the students with opportunities to interact with the esteemed speakers and professionals of the field from the various multidisciplinary workshops and talks facilitating the identification, creation, capture and exchange of highly peer-reviewed scientific and technological knowledge.

Active participation from students from all over India was witnessed and the event proved to be above their expectations in terms of its quality and organization.

Participation

Section wise participation:

SECTION NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
Kerala 114
Bangalore 26
Hyderabad 32
Pune 5
Bombay 13
Madras 43

Sessions

 

  • ADAPTIVE COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

 

Speaker : Prof. Lakshmi Narasimhan, Vice President at Srikar and Associates International, Founding Chair of IEEE Computer Society, Queensland Chapter, Inaugurating Chair of the International Conference series ICA3PP, Technical Member of ISO.

 

  • DRUPAL

 

Speaker : Anoop John,Founder and CEO of ZYXWARE technologies

 

  • CRACKING THE CONFIDENCE CODE-THREE MANTRAS

 

Speaker : Paramjeet Nagpal Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel Corporation

 

  • SYSTEM SIMULATION

 

Speaker : Kiran Rajmohan, Analog Design Engineer at Texas Instruments

 

  • FROM CRAP TO MILLIONARE

 

Speaker : Geo Jolly, Student Partner at Microsoft

Workshops

 

  • INTRODUCTION TO EMBEDDED SYSTEM PROGRAMMING WITH GNU/LINUX AND ARM

 

Speaker: Pramode C E

 

  • A QUICK INTRODUCTION TO PYTHON AND DATA ANALYTICS

 

Speaker : Prof Arunanand T A and Mr Suresh K

 

  • WEB DEVELOPMENT

 

Speaker : Nithin R S

 

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Session on Introduction to microcontrollers

Number of Participants : 118
Date : February 9
Organiser : IEEE RAS
Speaker : Tarun Satheesh, Chairman RAS CET Chapter 2015
Reported By : Gokul Krishna

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The session on ‘Introduction to Microcontrollers’ was primarily planned to give students an introduction about microcontrollers and its varied application in robotics. The participants were mainly first years of CET. The session was conducted to give them an insight into how microcontrollers could potentially enhance the level of technical excellence of their work.

KODERS : Coding competition for Freshers

Number of participants : 100
Date : February 3,4 2016
Organizer : IEEE Computer Society Chapter
Spot Volunteers : Manu Maheshwar, Sreesankar, Rahul Suresh, Amalnath E.G, Aksa Elizabeth Sunny

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Koders is the annual coding competition conducted by IEEE Computer Society for the freshers  in the college. The competition was held in two stages at Computer Science Department.

  • Prelims: Held on 3rd February 2016

The first round was offline, in which students were given a set of 20 questions, which included finding errors and outputs of code snippets, writing codes etc., based on their preferred language from among C, CPP, Java, and Python .10 finalists were selected from the prelims.

  • Finals: Held on 4th February 2016
    The finals held at the Programming Lab of the CS Department saw the 10 finalists trying their best to emerge the winners. There were 4 rounds in total. Each round had questions testing different skills expected from a programmer. The competition was closely fought and in the end three participants came on top to bag the cash prizes of 500,300 and 200 rupees respectively.

The winners:
1. Nayana B (S2 AE)
2. Jilvin Jacob (S2 CS)
3. Rohit Damodaran (S2 EC)

Aura 2K16

Number of Participants : 100
Date : January 30

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Aura 2k16 was a one day camp for freshers held on 30th January 2016 at ECE seminar hall CET. The event was to conducted as a networking opportunity for them.

Ice breaker session was handled by Pooja. There was session on game development by Gopi Krishnan (YP). During the ice breaker they were divided into groups and were asked to present a Skit on ‘Ideal University’. There was a networking lunch break. After that an infotainment treasure hunt was organized. They participated as the earlier formed team. The event ended with an ice cream party.

Talk on “ANTENNA: PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATION IN HAM”

Number of Participants : 20
Date : January 28
Organiser : IEEE COMSOC
Reported By : Adarsh

A talk on antenna applications in ham radio was conducted at CET on 28th January 2016in association with Radio Amateur Society of Ananthapuri (RASA). The talk was delivered by Vishnu Prasad A, a member of RASA. The talk dealt with various aspects that needed to be taken into consideration during the design of an antenna to ensure optimum performance while taking into consideration bandwidth and power constraints. The talk was organized with the objective of providing a practical perspective on antenna design and is aimed to help the participants apply theory to practical situations better. The topic was chosen keeping in mind the focus on Ham radio and the presence of antenna based topics in our academic syllabus.