Linux Users’ Group, the first and most established open-source community of Manipal, organised an install fest, which was attended by around thirty students from various branches. In the first offline event conducted by LUG since the pandemic, the participants were taught how to dual boot their computers and were introduced to the command line interface.
SAE Manipal’s Jet Engine Workshop, held over two days, gave students a glimpse into the functioning of the powerful jet engines that drive large aircraft. The workshop featured a theoretical analysis session as well as a practical demonstration of the concepts discussed at the propulsion lab.
IE E&E organised a two-day workshop on Sensor Technology to give students hands-on experience with Sensors. The workshop was intended to spark an interest in the world of electronics for students with an attempt to build skills for the future.
Airborne took its participants on a joy ride as they learned to build blimps, hovercraft, and drones. With its wide variety of events, this category had something in store for every aeronautics enthusiast looking to learn something new.
IAESTE organized a two-day certified technical workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Android App Development, and Printed Circuit Board Design, conducted by trained professionals. As IAESTE’s first ‘member benefit’ event it offered a lot to students in terms of the knowledge and skills that they gained from the workshops.