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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. Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI

By : PANIIT |January 30, 2016 |Austin, Auto Draft, Cap-IIT Alumni Asociation, Washington DC, Columbus, Ohio, PanIIT, IIT Alumni Association of North Texas, IIT Alumni Association Singapore (IITAAS), IIT Alumni Canada, IIT Alumni India, IIT Alumni of Greater Houston, IIT Alumni of the Bay Area, IIT Association of Greater New England, IIT London Alumni Association, IIT Long Island, IIT Midwest (Chicago), IIT Southeast USA, IIT-GNY (Greater New York, NY-NJ-CT-PA), IITians Association of Australia, Michigan IIT Alumni Association, Pacific Northwest (Oregon) / Portland, Pacific Northwest (Seattle), Pan-IIT of Tennessee, Pan-IIT Southern California, Los Angeles, PANIIT Chapters, PanIIT Connecticut Chapter, PanIIT Global, PanIIT Korea Chapter, PANIIT Milwaukee, PANIIT of Carolina, PanIIT Pacific Northwest Chapter, PANIIT Philadelphia, PANIIT Phoenix, PanIIT Phoenix Chapter, PANIIT Pittsburgh, PANIIT RSS FEED, PanIIT, Colorado Chapter

2016 Leadership Conference

August 12 to 14, 2016

Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI

 

Leading transformation for a better tomorrow

Technologies that lift the human spirit

 

Hosted By Indian Institutes of Technology Association of Greater New England (IIT AGNE)

A first for IIT Alumni in the New England Region

Co-sponsored by IIT AGNE and PANIIT USA

 

Join fellow leaders, educators, innovators and decision makers from around the world

 

Come Hear:

  • Top Plenary Speakers
  • Leading Industry Experts
  • World Class Technologists
  • Game Changing Social Innovators
  • Cutting Edge Life Scientists
  • Life Changing Health Specialists
  • Revolutionary Educators

 

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

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IIT-Guwahati gears up for robotics contest – 4/26/15

By : PANIIT |April 26, 2015 |Featured News, PANIIT RSS FEED

GUWAHATI: The IIT-Guwahati (IIT-G) is gearing up for Escalade — an all-India robotics competition — to be organized as part of its annual techno-management festival, Techniche, 2015.

After Escalade witnessed encouraging participation from college students in its last two editions, this year’s event is set to be even bigger, said the organizers.Escalade primarily acts as a platform to promote talent in robotics. The event will be held in two stages — prelims and mains.The prelims will be conducted in July, 2015, in all major cities across the nation. Students can participate in teams comprising a maximum of four members, said Rajat Lohia, an organizer.He added that the top six teams from each center will be selected and will be invited to IIT-G to participate in the mains event of the competition to be held during Techniche’15 scheduled in September.

Registration for participating in the prelims round of Escalade and other robotics events has begun on the Techniche website.

During the mains, participants will compete with the finest robotics enthusiasts from across the nation and the winner will be declared ‘national robotics champion’. In view of the advancements in the field of robotics, the students of IIT-G recognize the dire need to promote the culture of robotics among students by organizing several robotics competitions, said an organizer.

Apart from Escalade, various other robotics championships will also be held during Techniche.

“In this age of science and technology, we can see robots being employed in major working areas. With the advent of robotics, there is a lot of high-end research being carried out in this field. It’s a matter of no surprise that robotics has become a major study area in countries like USA and Germany,” the organizer said.

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/guwahati/IIT-Guwahati-gears-up-for-robotics-contest/articleshow/47021470.cms

 

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IIT-Delhi will show how cheap tech can simplify lives – 4/19/15

By : PANIIT |April 19, 2015 |Blog, Featured News, PANIIT RSS FEED

NEW DELHI: Right from an Android app to help partially disabled navigate a building without assistance to a device which lets the blind independently board public transport, several innovative products and solutions will be on display at IIT Delhi’s open house on April 18.

Be it technology to convert carbon dioxide to fuel and beat global warming or an injectable hydrogel developed from mulberry silk cocoons designed to eliminate surgical solutions to back pain, the researchers, who have both creativity and scientific talent on their side, have put their best foot forward.

Funded by government agencies including the department of science and technology, some of these projects are on trial run or being used on pilot basis in various cities. For example, ‘On Board’ for the visually impaired is being used in Mumbai’s BEST (Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport) buses for a few weeks now, with 250 successful boardings.

High-impact and cheap, some of the gadgets comes at a fraction of the cost of existing technologies. A case-in-point is the injectable silk hydrogel developed from mulberry silk cocoon solution, which could impact millions suffering from back pain due to intervertebral disc degeneration.

“The present practice is to surgically make a metallic implant or fusion of the discs. A surgical procedure costs as much as Rs 10 lakh and is a temporary solution. The injectable hydrogel would be available at Rs 100 per disc, setting aside Rs 2,000-3,000 as doctor’s fee. We are now waiting for approval of the clinical trials, but that will take 2-4 years. We’re in touch with AIIMS though,” Dr Sourabh Ghosh, department of textile technology, said.

By the time the silk hydrogel gets assimilated inside the body, the native tissue is regenerated. “This all-silk composite hydrogel system will be the first of its kind to provide both symptomatic and long term treatment for degenerative disc diseases,” said Sumit Murabh, a research scholar on the project.

On Board is another low-cost project which is ready for technology transfer. The patent has been filed. According to Prof M Balakrishnan of the department of computer science and engineering, “Visually impaired people avoid public transport. Right from knowing the bus route to availability of buses near them and boarding, they need assistance at every step. This system liberates them. The bus module costs just Rs 5,000-6,000 and the user device is for Rs 250. We will approach the government to make it mandatory use for public transport.”

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Come-Saturday-IIT-Delhi-will-show-how-cheap-tech-can-simplify-lives/articleshow/46914491.cms

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Free Knowledge Transfer Using Technology – March 15, 2015

By : PANIIT |March 15, 2015 |Featured News, PANIIT RSS FEED

IIT (BHU) Alumni take a giant step with the Hon. Smt. Smriti Irani (Minister of Human Resource Development, Government of India) by initiating a “Free Knowledge Transfer Using Technology – IIT (BHU) Alumni MOOCs – Free GIAN-2”. A hard copy was dispatched to Hon. President and Hon. Prime Minister of India.

Dr. Manu Vora described the initiative as “under the MHRD scheme of Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN), the government will invite 1,000 foreign faculty at a cost of about Rs. 8 Lakhs each (Total Program Cost of US $13 Million). In the email sent to MHRD, we are proposing a free Global Initiative of Alumni Networks – 2 (GIAN-2). This is how we can harvest untapped potential of global alumni from IITs, NITs, IIMs, and AIIMS for Nation Building in India. The potential is unlimited and it is just for the asking.”

He went to say that “It is a honor and a privilege to serve as a faculty for the Leadership Excellence Series via Google Hangouts at the IIT (BHU) campus.”

Here is a copy of the letter

16 February, 2015

Hon. Smt. Smriti Irani

Union Minister, Human Resource Development

Shastri Bhawan, C-Wing, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road

New Delhi 110001, India

Dear Hon. Smt. Smriti Irani Ji:

The purpose of this letter is to share a best practice of “Free Knowledge Transfer Using Technology – IIT (BHU) Alumni MOOCs”. Graduates of engineering colleges in India are technically brilliant, however, they lack necessary soft skills as highlighted by the corporate world. To remedy this issue, in August 2014, a Leadership Excellence Series (LES) was initiated atIIT (BHU), Varanasi in collaboration with IIT BHU Global Alumni Association (IBGAA), American Society for Quality (ASQ) India, and Business Excellence, Inc. (BEI), USA. This series will help students to improve their employability and allow them to excel in their professional careers. Eventually, such initiatives of using a reservoir of untapped potential of global alumni may help India to be counted in top 200 Universities in the world.

Under LES, 12 topics are shared by IIT (BHU) global alumni with students and faculty at the IIT (BHU) campus.Topics includeleadership, teamwork, time management, meeting management, decision making, project management, risk management, quality management, voice of the customer management, process management, change management, and supply chain management. This series uses Google Hangouts On Air (Free video call) to connect with students at the campus hostels and at the conclusion of the call an YouTube recording is available for wider sharing (6,500 students and faculty) at the campus. Please refer to Pages 2 and 3 of the attachment for details about this initiative.

The IIT (BHU) alumni request your help to kindly share this best practice initiative among all IITs, NITs, IIMs, and AIIMS throughout India to engage highly accomplished global alumni to give back to India to build Skills, develop Scale, and achieve Speed. This will be a free Global Initiative of Alumni Networks-2 (GIAN-2). This initiative will enhance competency of Indian youth to achieve the Mission of “Make In India” and “Zero Defects, Zero Effects” in Nation Building. We at IIT (BHU), IBGAA, and ASQ India stand ready to facilitate this innovative practice among higher educational institutions for Engineering, Management, and Medicine. This initiative is in resonance with Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya’s Temple of Learning (BHU) vision of graduating students with technological expertise and passion to serve the Society for nation building. I have included my short biographical sketch for your perusal on Page 4 of the attachment.

Thank you for your consideration.

Manu K. Vora

Manu K. Vora, Ph.D., MBA, ASQ Fellow and CQE
IIT (BHU), Varanasi, Chemical Engineering 1968

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IIT-Kharagpur launches research project for urban areas- March 11, 2015

By : PANIIT |March 11, 2015 |Featured News, PANIIT RSS FEED

IANS | Mar 3, 2015, 06.19 PM IST

KOLKATA: Experts at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, have launched a Rs. 25 crore project aimed at transforming and enhancing living conditions in cities through inter-disciplinary research and new technologies.

Christened ‘Future Of Cities’, the mammoth project, supported by the ministry of human resource development, involves 59 key researchers and 32 research modules.

Read full story at http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kolkata/IIT-Kharagpur-launches-research-project-for-urban-areas/articleshow/46444599.cms

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