The annual tech week of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Providentia’17 was organised from 27th March to 31st March. The tech week also had a Technathon spanning over several days, which put every participant’s tech mileage to the test.
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.
Clubs IE Civil and Akshay Urja teamed up to offer MIT some brainy challenges one last time this semester, through their week long technical fest, Technovation. Read on to find out more about this festival, a celebration of logic, creation, and design.
‘Laugh until your belly hurts and then laugh just a little bit more’ Dramanon’s Comikaze-VII took this as a challenge and succeeded with excellent plays infused with impressive humour.
MIT’s Hindi literary club, Goonj, planned a line-up of incredibly well-executed acts to commemorate ‘Matrubhasha Divas’ on the 21st of February, 2017. The event lived up to its expectations, with a variety of linguistic talent on display.
IE- E&C and IE-Mechanical’s partnership debuted brilliantly as Praxis’17, the TechWeek organised by both these clubs, was a perfect blend of electronics and mechanics along with a wide array of events.
On days you’re out of cash, do you wish you could manipulate someone and run away with their loot? Blank-101’s talk, ‘Con Artists – 101’ focused on just that. Read on to find out more about what was perhaps the club’s best presentation yet.
ASCE’s fundraiser event PrisonBreak raised money as well as eyebrows as participants were asked to attempt questions which ranged from sitcom trivia to logic and pattern solving.
We strive to send as many satellites into the air as we possibly can. Be it for student projects, mapping the weather, or for high-definition television. But what happens to those satellites once they are defunct? In IE-Aerospace’s event, we were given an opportunity to see just what happens with the remnants of man’s ethereal exploits.
IE-Civil’s coveted workshop on 3-D modeling using ‘Sketch-Up’ took students from scrawling doodles of buildings in their notebooks to watching those very structures come to life before them.