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IIT-Kharagpur develops tool to prevent train collision NOV 15

By : PANIIT |November 15, 2016 |Featured News, PANIIT RSS FEED

Train journeys could soon be safer as scientists of IIT Kharagpur have successfully tested a new tool for electronic railway interlocking system which prevents trains from colliding into each other. The tool suite is developed by the Computer Science and Engineering Department of the institute in collaboration with Research, Designs and Standards Organisation (RDSO) and Service Improvement Group (SIG) of the Indian Railways.

Prof Pallab Dasgupta, lead researcher of the project, said since errors in the application logic of interlocking systems
may have catastrophic consequences, this development has potential to minimise the chance of such errors. “In the proposed approach, the yard layout is used as a reference for automatically generating a list of safety properties, which are then proven on the application logic using back-end model checking tools. The generation of the formal properties is specifically tailored to the combination of relays used in that yard,” he said.

The tool has already been successfully tested in several railway yards, Dasgupta claimed. The Indian Institute of Technology researchers said this project has the potential to be further extended to study and develop optimum traffic operation plans, alternative plans for emergencies.

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Postdoctoral Fellows at IIT Kanpur NOV 15

By : PANIIT |November 15, 2016 |Featured News, PANIIT RSS FEED

The Department of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Kanpur has invited applications for postdoctoral positions in the following areas: 1) Aerospace Vehicle Design 2) Flight Mechanics and Control 3) Space Dynamics 4) Turbo Machinery 5) Rocket and Gas Turbine Propulsion 6) High Speed/Low Speed Aerodynamics 7) CFD/CSD 8) Wind Energy 9) Aeroacoustics 10) Dynamics and Control 11) Aerospace Structures and Materials 12) Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity 13) Helicopter Dynamics and Control 14) MAV and UAV.

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IIT pre-placement offers at an all time high NOV 15

By : PANIIT |November 15, 2016 |Featured News, PANIIT RSS FEED

IIT pre-placement offers at an all time high

Pre-placement offers to students at the Indian Institutes of Technology have scaled a record high this year, indicating a bumper recruitment season ahead amid growing inclination among leading employers to hire through the tried-and-tested internship route.

The number of offers at some IITs has already shot up about a third than that a year ago, officials said, even as companies have more than two weeks left to snap up talent through PPOs from the premier engineering institutes.

“We were a little apprehensive earlier about the job market, but seeing the trend in PPOs this year we certainly see positivity in the overall job market,”said NP Padhy , professor in-charge of placement at IIT Roorkee. “Companies offer PPOs to deserving candidates to ensure that they do not miss out on talent during final placements.”

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Michigan IIT Alumni present a talk by Dr. Rajan Dewar, IIT Bombay MAY 13

By : PANIIT |May 12, 2016 |Featured News, PANIIT RSS FEED

Michigan IIT Alumni (Indian Institutes of Technology) present a talk by Dr. Rajan Dewar, IIT Bombay  alumnus and Assoc. Prof in the Medical School at U of Michigan Ann Arbor, on a Social Impact Initiative — Technology Solutions in the Delivery of Global Healthcare.

Will be interesting from 3 standpoints:
  1. Technology Solutions that are appropriate for global health delivery (in remote, rural regions of India is the case study)
  2. Management, delivery of these solutions — the Supply & Delivery Chain
  3. Social Initiative that involves collaboration between three to four premier institutions , Indian Institutes of Technology Bombay & Madras and the Schools of business & medicine at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor,
IIT-alumni are encouraged to share this with high school and college age family members who may be seeking socially relevant applications of technology; or global exposure in the non-profit sector.  Please feel free to share with colleagues at work, and in your cohort groups from  engineering societies, social initiative organizations, management school, etc.
Details of the talk,  bio of Dr. Rajan Dewar, and guidance on parking, directions to the venue on UofM Ann Arbor campus are provided in the attachment.

Date: Friday, May 13th, 2016

6:00pm: Registration, Mixer; 6:30pm: Presentation

Venue:  Room 1690, Bob and Betty Beyster Building

2260 Hayward St, University of Michigan (North Campus)   Ann Arbor MI 48109

Light Refreshments will be provided

RSVP to: Kumar Sambandan, k.sambandan@gmail.com (734-604-7662)

AND Swati Deshpande swati.iitbhf@gmail.com

Rajesh Radhakrishnan – rajeshrk88@iitbombay.org  —

Thanks to Eaton Corporation for support of this event

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2016 Leadership Conference Providence, RI

By : PANIIT |January 30, 2016 |Featured News, PANIIT Chapters

2016 Leadership Conference

August 12 to 14, 2016

Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI


The 21st century is witness to accelerating change across economies and beyond political boundaries. With growing populations, global climatic changes, and resource limitations the challenges seem daunting. In the past human ingenuity has delivered a constant stream of innovations to address such issues. What will tomorrow bring?


New England is host to world class thought leaders and game-changing innovations that address these challenges and can dramatically transform the future. Their ideas and innovations have ranged from technologies that augment life at home to enhancements that address health and lifestyle of changing demographics; from large scale disruptions in established industries to major policy impacts at city, state and national levels.


The IIT Association of Greater New England (IIT AGNE) and the PANIIT USA invite you to join us as we bring together this dazzling array of thought leaders across industries and technologies, a gathering to paint a vision of the future. To highlight the opportunities for change and to explore how it will impact you personally, at work and within the larger society. The theme of the 2016 Leadership Conference “Leading transformation for a better tomorrow: Technologies that lift the human spirit” highlights the transformational impact science and technology have on our lives.


The 2016 Leadership Conference will be held at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, Rhode Island from August 12 to 14, 2016. PANIIT conferences enjoyed a breadth of attendance from senior business executives, to academic and technology decision makers. Your support and the presence with your colleagues will make the difference in increasing understanding worldwide.


Visit our website http://www.iit-2016.org, Contact us at info@iit-2016.org or call (781) 281-9326

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More colleges to get ‘virtual labs’ – JAN 2

By : PANIIT |January 02, 2016 |Featured News

More colleges to get ‘virtual labs’

TNN | Dec 27, 2015, 02.19 AM IST

HYDERABAD: ‘Virtual labs’, a first-of-its-kind pilot project launched by the Union ministry of human resource development in July to allow experiments in the virtual space using virtual instruments, will now be expanded to cover 230 colleges across Telangana.

The concept, designed by a consortium of tech wizards from IIT and other institutes, was developed to address the large-scale problem of ill-equipped laboratories and insufficient faculty in engineering and technology colleges in remote areas. It was recently that the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) de-affiliated 70 colleges for operating without labs.

A virtual experiment can be accessed through any computer or laptop and is available free of cost to colleges. Under the pilot project, 45,000 virtual experiments have been conducted so far. As many as 1,500 experiments are currently available online and more are being developed based on the feedback, said IT officials.

Locally, the Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK) under the IT department is responsible for the implementation of the project with the help of IIIT Hyderabad. The latter is training TASK faculty, who in turn are visiting colleges to train students on how to conduct these virtual experiments.

“Some rarely available lab instruments like Spectrometer and Spectrophotometer have been converted into virtual instruments. The Virtual Lab addresses the issue of insufficient laboratory facilities and trained teachers by making remote and simulation-based experimentation possible through the internet,” said Sujiv Nair, CEO, TASK.

 “Not only will the students benefit from access to lab experiments developed by the faculties of top technical institutions, this project will also provide opportunities for research and development for open source enthusiasts,” said Prof Venkatesh Choppella, associate professor at IIIT Hyderabad. While the project will be expanded in the state, the HRD ministry is also mulling replicating the concept in other states.
The brains behind the technology has been put together by the brightest brains from 12 leading technical institutes in the country, including IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Roorkee, IIT Guwahati, IIT Madras, IIIT Hyderabad, Amrita University, Dayalbagh University, COE Pune, and NIT Surathkal, allowing access to some rare instruments through the virtual platform.
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IIT Madras develops low cost air purifier – JAN 2

By : PANIIT |January 02, 2016 |Featured News

Breathe easy: IIT Madras develops low cost air purifier

Tuesday, 29 December 2015 – 9:27am IST | Place: Chennai | Agency: dna webdesk

With increasing pollution, the demand for air purifiers has gone up in cities. Now, people can opt for a low-cost one that is affordable and extremely efficient too.

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras has been working on an air purifier over the last few years. The project was undertaken by SM Shiva Nagendra, Associate professor in the Department of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, and some research scholars. Nagendra and the other research scholars are part of ‘Air OK Technologies’, a faculty start-up set up under the IIT-M incubation cell.

A leading daily reports that the low-cost air purifier developed by IITians is sensor-based and a cheaper alternative to the current range of air purifiers in the market. However, the price has not yet been set for this one.

This air purifier is a stainless steel one and works similar to a water purifier. The fan at the bottom sucks in the air and if there are pollutants, the air is passed through a multi-layered filter before it’s released.

The air purifier will be available in the market soon and very useful for people with asthma and respiratory problems. Hospitals van use them as well adds the report.

Read the full article at: http://www.dnaindia.com/health/report-breathe-easy-iit-madras-develops-low-cost-air-purifier-2160376

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Companies like McKinsey, HUL and Samsung skip campus placements to beat rush – JAN 2

By : PANIIT |January 02, 2016 |Featured News

Companies like McKinsey, HUL and Samsung skip campus placements, take PPO route to beat rush


MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: Four marquee recruiters — McKinsey, The Boston Consulting Group, Hindustan UnileverBSE -0.67 % and Samsung — partially or wholly skipped the frenzy of engineering campus final placements this year, and yet walked with the talent they needed.

McKinsey made all its hires at engineering colleges off-campus while BCG bypassed placement cells at IIT-Kharagpur and IIT-Guwahati. HUL and Samsung Korea also skipped campus placement and recruited only through the preplacement offer (PPO) route.

Is this the beginning of the end of the exciting and tumultuous campus placement process? Not yet, said sources from campus placement cells, but expect plenty of changes as batch sizes increase and new Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian Institutes of Management gain traction.

“In the next few years we are likely to see a shift in the current process as more institutes come up and companies feel the need to cover more campuses,” said Mohak Mehta, former placement manager of IIT-Bombay who now helps several institutes in structuring their placements.

For instance, one/two IITs could centrally host the entire placement process or IITs may outsource placements to an outside agency, said Mohak Mehta, former placement manager of IIT-Bombay. The sanctity of companies lining up day-wise to hire from institutes is being seriously challenged. “We have already seen a trend of companies using the preplacement route to hire students.

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Twitter’s funny man Srivats is star of IIT alumni meet – JAN 2

By : PANIIT |January 02, 2016 |Featured News

Twitter’s funny man Srivats is star of IIT alumni meet

TNN | Dec 29, 2015, 06.08 AM IST

CHENNAI: Like any gathering of engineers, the crowd in the hallway was larger than the one inside the auditorium. Guffaws of bald and portly men dressed in shiny kurtas, reuniting 25 years after graduating from IIT Madras, reverberated through the corridors even as some of their classmates in the auditorium sat watching presentations detailing achievements and future plans of the institute.
“It’s really about travelling back in time and remembering those old stories.

Many of the guys have changed physically and I’m really jealous of those who haven’t,” said entrepreneur and Twitter’s funny man Ramesh Srivats, the centre of attention of the 1990 batch which gathered for the reunion in the IC&SR auditorium.

While every alumni meet is special, compulsory hostel stay for IIT-ians meant deeper bonds among friends. “We practically have lived together for four years and spent a lot of time with our classmates. Given a chance, I’d have slept at the hostel during the reunion as well,” Srivats said. While some alumni were amazed at the widened green cover on the campus, others welcomed the increased focus of the administration on encouraging entrepreneurship among students. Srivats said the strict atmosphere prevalent during their time persisted.

“The 18-year-olds have voting rights. College is a wild time and that’s the age when one can do all kinds of stuff.
Students should be treated as adults,” he said.
But the perennially funny man returned to form when asked about the advantage of studying in an IIT. “I didn’t learn much at the IIT but when I started my business I turned to many classmates who were already CEOs and venture capitalists.”
Distinguished alumni honoured
Chennai: Celebrating the reunion of IIT-M alumni, the institute conferred the distinguished alumnus awards on 12 members from across academia and industry sectors. This is the first time the number of recipients has crossed the usual limit of eight or 10 members. Nearly 300 alumni from across batches were present, a majority of them from the 1975 and 1990 batches. IIT-M director Bhaskar Ramamurthi said nine of the 12 award recipients belonged to 1985-90 batches and that five of them were PhDs from the institute.
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