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The Manipal Experience

The MIT Manipal experience is like a breath of fresh air in your life. From the basketball court in KC to the football and cricket grounds, from the activities in bustling KC, the heart of MIT, to a quiet evening on the lush green slopes near the hostels – Manipal promises a new experience everyday. Here you can exploit every bit of freedom you get to do what you love (but be back before 9:30 pm).

Krieg: IEEE Tech Week ’17

Techweek Krieg showcased the best of what IEEE had to offer – an olympiad of events that left participants completely played out, but satisfied at their fill of fun.

Digital Jewellery

Wearable Technology calls for a new generation of computing as it may soon invalidate smartphones and laptops. Charge by IE E&C tells us more on how Digital Jewellery could soon be an important part of our lives, in this first of many articles that are a part of our initiative to host the various technical clubs of MIT.

Making Things Fly – AeroMIT’s Modus Operandi

One of Manipal’s most successful Student Projects brought laurels to the college in the recent Aerodesign competition held in Fort Worth,, Texas. With the award list including a World Rank of 4, Overall, and a World Rank of 1 in Highest Payload Lifted category, AeroMIT’s success story is just beginning. We sat down with the team to discuss the work culture and the competitions and here is what they had to say. Read on to know more about some of the best aeromodellers in the country.

Innovative Careers: The Rise of Start-ups in Manipal

Start-ups are one of the many things that put the ‘Innovation’ in ‘Innovation Center’. We decided to meet with the student-founders of three startups: Platform Petal, Strange Matter, and Salahcar to learn more about their journey, ordeals, and the services they are here to offer.

Automative Aspirations – RoboManipal

From the adorable Wall-E to the murderous Terminator, robots are a fascination to all of us. MIT’s very own RoboManipal live the dream by building a new robot every year, apart from the several other automation projects. We wish them the best of luck in their performance at the prestigious ABU Robocon.

A Computer That Bluffs

When IBM’s ‘Deep Blue’ defeated a chess grandmaster, everyone admired the capability of computers. When Google’s ‘Alpha Go’ defeated a 9-dan ranking player at the board game ‘Go’, they were startled by the prowess of Artificial Intelligence. However, sentiments were vastly different when the world was introduced to the first computer that could bluff. Read on as Hashtag by IECSE explores yet another facet of AI – this time involving a game of Texas Hold-Em Poker.