Workshops & Invited Talks
National Conference on Contemporary Trends in Information & Computing Technologies 2021 jointly organised by the Department of CSE, ISE, AI & ML and MCA held on 8th July 2021
2 weeks FDP on Data Analytics, IoT, AI&ML
ICDECS-2011 30-31, Dec 2011 Two days 400 Participated,105 research scholars presented papers and published in conference proceedings, Supported by Accenture, Infosys, VTU, Canara Bank, Atria IT, Escube, Acharya IT, RNSIT
ICDECS-2015 28-29 , Dec 2015 Two days 260 Participated, 82 research scholars presented papers and published in Scopus indexed journal- IJAER , Supported by CSI,VTU, Orange Computers, Canara Bank, Wiley, Universities Press
A total of 161 papers presented in the conference which includes (133 Journal + 28 Conference) Data Engineering theme: 96 papers, Image Processing theme: 32 papers, Communication Systems: 33 papers and Conference - Student Papers: 28. All the selected papers published in IJITEE, Volume-9 Issue-2S, December 2019, listed in UGC and annexure of various Universities.
Conducted REVERSE CODING competition Codificacion Inversa on September 17th 2021 for students from any college.
Conducted Competitive Coding " Code Break 2021" August 28th 2021, a free programming competition for all students across the world have participated.
Conducted technical talk for 5th semester students on Computer Vision: In and Out “Let’s perceive through machines by Dr. Ambika Dasa R on 27th November 2021
Every year on May 11th PROP is conducted where students showcase their projects carried out during their 8th semester and other semester students can show their hobby projects.
Yearly activity to bid farewell to final year students and is an occasion to identify, facilitate the best outgoing students in various domains of excellence.
Yearly activity that aims to foster a sense of community among alumni, while supporting a sense of connectedness back to the institution feeling.
Parent-teacher meeting works as a connecting link between parents and teachers as the parents know how the child behaves and is doing at home, while the teachers would know about their behavior at college. The union of the teacher's feedback and parent's concern can immensely help a child's educational journey.
Distinguished University Professor, Ryder Professor
Former Vice Chancellor Kuvempu University, Shimoga
Distinguished Professor and Director of the Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems (CLOUDS) Laboratory at the University of Melbourne, Australia
INSA Senior Scientist, Indian Institute of Science
Vidya Pratishthan’s Kamalnayan Bajaj Institute of Engineering & Technology
Hon.Professor at Indian Institute of Science
Professor, Computer Science and Automation Department , Indian Institute of Science Bangalore
Professor of Computer Science, Indian Institute of Science