Mechatron was a quiz-based category which was the perfect platform for amateur designers and coders to hone and showcase their skills. Read ahead for what events like Fuze, Chakravyuh 2.0 and Ardothon had in store.
Mechanize was a great platform for designers and debate enthusiasts alike to showcase and upgrade their skills by thinking out of the box to solve the problems given. Read ahead to find out more about what events like Word War I, CAD it Up, and Mechathon had in store.
Kalakriti was a category that offered art enthusiasts a chance to showcase their talents through several different platforms. With attempts to challenge participants across different skill levels, the eight events held under the category saw artists delve into a variety of art forms.
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.
IECSE’s Meetup offered MITians a comprehensive introduction to Graphic Design, and also the chance to win invites to Dribbble—an exclusive community for sharing art and design works.
In tune with the increasing importance of design, IECSE conducted PIXEL – a three-day workshop on graphic design.
The latest additon to the list of competitions under IE CSE’s flagship event ‘Prometheus’, Artem received participation from plenty of aspiring designers.