We the Computer Society of MIT (CSMIT) is the evolving intellectual student body, functioning to make technocrats out of both the casual and benighted students. The Computer Society of ( then called Computer Club )Madras Institute of Technology, Anna University, Chrompet was founded in 1983, but the students of non-InfoTech branches with a view of improving their knowledge in the field of Computer. Later, when the departments of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology were formed, the students from these courses also began to take part actively in the functioning of society. This is a student body associated with the Computer Center of MIT.
During its initial years, the society mainly concentrated in getting expertise with the basics of computers and programming languages such as C. Later, it included the tools required by various streams like hardware designing and simulation software for the students of electronic stream, etc. Over the years. the society has evolved, from being just an organization for imparting knowledge to an active participant in the evolution and promotion of Free & Open Source Software (FOSS)..
₹800 + Tax and GST | Blockchain, is a growing list of records, called blocks, that are linked using cryptography. Each block contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp, and transaction data. Top professionals from DTCC will be lecturing about Block Chain in this Workshop.
₹800 + Tax and GST | A workshop on "ETHICAL HACKING" presented by Zoho Corp. Hacking is not about the illegal things it's all about how to secure your cyberspace and system from attacks.This workshop aims to give Technocrats a basic knowledge of hacking and how to protect your system against hazardous effects.
₹600 + Tax and GST | Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones) are easy to use, inexpensive, and are revolutionizing spatial data collection and geographic analysis, with new technologies shaping the future of mapping, flight path planning, field operations, image analysis, 3-D model construction, and more. Top professors from our College Aeronautical Department will be conducting this Workshop.
₹800 + Tax and GST | A Hands On Workshop Conducted by HT Labs with the aim of providing a cheap and practical exposure to Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), the new entrants in the digital world which have marked their benchmarks among the IT professionals and organisations.
₹700 + Tax and GST | Workshop on Advanced Machining Process conducted by Faculty of MIT. Advanced machining processes are the material-removing processes different from conventional machining processes, in which a well-guided wedge-shaped tool removes the material in the form of chips by producing contact stresses.
₹700 + Tax and GST | Workshop on Industry 4.0 Conducted by IITM and MIT Professors. Industry 4.0 is game-changing for manufacturing and warehousing.The reasons why industry 4.0 is important are the benefits. It helps manufacturers with current challenges by becoming more flexible and making reacting to changes in the market easier. It can increase the speed of innovation and is very consumer centered, leading to faster design processes.
₹700 + Tax and GST | Workshop on Hybrid and Electrical Vehicles conducted by Faculty of MIT. In modernisation we go for energy efficient automotive systems. A hybrid electric vehicle is a type of hybrid vehicle that combines a conventional internal combustion engine system with an electric propulsion system. This domain is a developing one and industries have much demand for person expertise in this area.
₹700 + Tax and GST | Workshop on Autotronics conducted by SAE Labs. Autotronics is the blend of Automobile + Electronics. The advanced development of vehicles in the last few years was based mainly on electrical and electronic componentsand modules. There is no end in sight to this development. All main functional areas are strongly influenced by the field of electronics or even made possible by it. Analysts estimate that more than 80 percent of all automotive innovation now stems from electronics.
More workshops coming soon, Stay Tuned!
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₹ 250 + Tax and GST 1. A team can have a minimum of 1 member and a maximum of 3 members.
2. The members of a team need not necessarily be from the same institution.
3. The paper presentation ticket is for the entire team.
4. Any interesting and innovative idea in Algo, Elex and Mech stream can be taken up for presenting.
5. Prizes worth 4k are up for grabs.
6. Already published papers are not allowed for entry.
7. Papers will be validated only if the user pays registration fee. In case if your paper is not selected the registration fee will be Refunded.
8. Accepted and under review papers can be presented.
Once you have registered, please send your papers to firstname.lastname@example.org along with Order ID(Generated after successfull payment of ₹250) and mention the names of your team members.
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