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INNODEATE BOOTCAMP

CSquare Innovation Centre at IIT Palakkad

presents

 

The First

INNODEATE BOOTCAMP

Ideate. Tinker. Innovate.

 

20 January 2021 to 25 January 2021

 

Also launching TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION CENTRE at IIT PALAKKAD


The Innodeate Bootcamp is a unique 6-day workshop on the Basics of Entrepreneurship.

Learning Online: Opportunities and Challenges

Title:   Learning Online: Opportunities and Challenges

Abstract: We present a conversation between two flag-bearers of online education in India: Shri. K. Anvar Sadath, Chief Executive Officer, Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education  (KITE) and Prof. Andrew Thangaraj (IIT Madras), a National MOOCs Coordinator for National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) in the Swayam project of the MHRD. 

 

Building blocks for communication over quantum networks

Quantum Shannon theory is a relatively new field which lies at the
intersection of the two important sciences of the twentieth century:
the quantum theory and information theory. The two fundamental
questions which drives research in this area are: What are the
ultimate capabilities of computation and information processing with
quantum mechanical systems?  In the last two decades investigations
into this question have blossomed into a rich area of research. In
this talk, we will discuss a new framework and tools for designing

Run For Unity On The Rashtriya Ekta Divas

To celebrate the 143rd birth anniversary of the Iron Man of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel a “Run for Unity” was organized at IIT Palakkad on the 31st of October 2018. Almost three hundred students, staff and professors gathered to take part in the run which commenced at 5.30 pm. The director, Dr. P.B. Sunil flagged off the run. The course of the race was about 3.5 km and everyone completed the course. T shirts were sponsored by SBI and refreshments were provided to everyone who took part in the run.

Multimedia Security and Forensics

Abstract

Media Security: Great improvement in network technologies has made the Internet a convenient mode of multimedia content distribution. However, it has also increased the fear of illegal copying and redistribution. The digital rights management (DRM) technologies try to address the illegal copying and distribution concerns through cryptographic algorithms and protocols, watermarking techniques and digital licenses.

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