As technological advancement in computers extends its arms to quantum physics, their entanglement proves to be a truly remarkable development, embedding futures in lightning-fast computation as well as artificial intelligence. With groundbreaking progress in the field, it’s time we ask ourselves—is the future truly here?
From competitive coding to minimalist design, IECSE’s Founder’s Weekend did its best to indulge coders and non-coders alike into the conjoined culture of programming, coding, and technical design. The events aimed to give people a new-founded spark, and for those interested, an opportunity to delve into the world of coding.
Crash Course Athulya Mohandas Menon A new initiative by Kraftwagen, Crash Course was an exciting event that tested a student’s knowledge of mechanical stress development and management. The event aimed to find the most aerodynamically and structurally robust chassis design for an automobile which could
Hover Rover Anisha Das Hover Rover’s didn’t come short of making its mark despite it’s debut in Tech Tatva this year. Based on prototypes, the event required the participants to construct a model hovercraft which would smoothly glide over both land and water. The first
Final Frontier Sanjana Srivastava Final Frontier, an offline coding event, witnessed an assembly of coding enthusiasts packed into NLH with charging wires strewn across the room and laptop screens eagerly waiting. Held over two well thought-out rounds with tactical programming questions and a fictional theme,
Make It Easy Kritika Batra As daunting as it might be to get through the maze of terminals and series of security checks at the airport, it does not compare to the amount of work and meticulous planning that goes into designing the place. Airborne
Be it the quizzes or the light-hearted literary Techathlon, Questionable Intelligence tested the ability to think and deduce, as one of the non-technical categories of Tech Tatva.
Wearable Technology calls for a new generation of computing as it may soon invalidate smartphones and laptops. This edition of The Charge by IE E&C talks about how wearable-fitness tech has propelled the future.
As Manipal University geared up for Provenance. The Pre- Provenance workshop gave us a glimpse of what to expect.
This week, we look at ‘Open Shiksha’, an online platform that has been implemented in various schools to develop environments that are conducive to learning, while also discussing the engineering applications involved in such a project.