On the 28th and 29th of March, IEEE and Girlscript collaborated on a workshop on Data Structures. At the event which focused on placement related questions, they put together an efficient and detailed set of talks followed by an active coding session, that neatly encompassed everything related to data structures required for placements.
IEEE’s Tech Talk 2.0 tried to demystify the complex field of Artificial Intelligence. It featured talks by three students well-versed in the subject and proved to be very enlightening for the students.
IEEE’s Tech Talk on graphic designing boasted an ensemble of some of the most skilled designers in Manipal. The speakers spoke about their experiences in the field and delved into multiple aspects of the art.
IEEE SBM organised a two-day Machine Learning certified workshop with an aim to impart adequate technical expertise to students regardless of their prior knowledge of machine learning. Read on to find out more about what took place.
IEEE held an engaging week of technically challenging tasks, calling upon students to apply their knowledge in the electronic field as they put their penchant for innovation to the test. Read on for more information about how the proceedings went.
Ahead of their flagship event, Project Jarvis, IEEE-Manipal adds to our repository of technical columns with a report on the commendable technological advancements witnessed at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. Read on to know more!
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.
Arduino as a platform has become a common feature in almost every engineer’s project lately. If one hasn’t used it then they have at least heard of that small blue board that is used in the manufacturing process of robots. Most of us though, even
For an average Sudoku enthusiast, a pleasant morning would consist of some hot coffee, and an attempt at the sudoku from the national daily. The organizers from IEEE thought it would be a fun idea to heat up the challenge by slotting coding to the