MATLAB Workshop

Dear all,
Greetings from IEEE Student Branch IIT Indore!
The MATLAB workshop is here!
We are glad to announce the workshop on MATLAB by MATHWORKS at IIT Indore. Register now WHILE THE SEATS ARE AVAILABLE if you want to learn about MATLAB, image processing, deep learning, and more. The resources will be provided, and the workshop will be OFFLINE*.
Register Now!
Date: May 5, 2022. Thursday( 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM)Mode: Offline (subjected to change based on covid protocols). The venue will be updated soon.

Since there are a limited number of seats for GPU resources offered by MATHWORKS, we are currently limiting registrations to 40 teams on a first-come, first-serve basis. The registrations will be closed after receiving 40 responses.
For any queries/trouble in filling google form, contact us at ieeesbiiti@iiti.ac.inContact number: +91 7200616617

IEEE SB IITI Membership Drive 2022

Dear all,
Greetings and warm welcome from IEEE Student Branch IIT Indore.
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) is a diverse organization, encompassing more than 374,000 members active in almost 40 technical societies.

Many of you had heard of IEEE, and some of you had even attended IEEE conferences and authored papers for IEEE journals. Have you ever explored the perks of being an IEEE member?

Do you know? 

  • IEEE offers a 50% discount to the undergraduate,post graduate and graduate student members.
  • IEEE Membership grants you access to the largest library of electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics technical literature  to stay ahead in the latest technology trends, industry news, and events.
  • IEEE membership gives various student scholarships and travel grants to attend the conferences

Know more about the IEEE membership opportunities by attending an expert session by Dr. Mousiki Kar, senior member of IEEE,chair of IEEE Electronic Devices society, Kolkata Chapter. Also, attend a simple quiz on IEEE and win exciting IEEE merchandise on the day of the event. Do attend, register for the IEEE membership and grab an exclusive IEEE welcome Kit for free.
Date: Feb 5,2022Meeting link: Join the webinar here

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 IEEE GRSS IITI webinar on ‘Remote Sensing of Ionospheric perturbations using GNSS”

Dear Students,

Reserve your dates for a keynote webinar on “Remote Sensing of Ionospheric Perturbations Induced by Earthquakes and Tsunamis Using GNSS” by Dr.Sithartha Muthu Vijayan, senior scientist,CSIR Fourth Paradigm Institute. This talk covers the fundamentals and current status of ionospheric seismology including ionosphere-based tsunami early warning, methods for detecting ionospheric perturbations using GNSS, emerging opportunities, and challenges ahead. 

Date/Time:16:00-17:00 IST – Apr 8,2022 (Friday)

Kindly Register here  to attend the session.

The lecture is jointly organized by IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing (GRSS) chapter IITI and IEEE Student branch,IIT Indore

The details of this Webinar are below :

Title: Remote Sensing of Ionospheric Perturbations Induced by Earthquakes and Tsunamis Using GNSS

Speaker: Dr.Sithartha Muthu Vijayan, senior scientist,CSIR Fourth Paradigm Institute.

Abstract:

It is well-known that acoustic and gravity waves generated by earthquakes and tsunamis grow in amplitude during their vertical propagation in the atmosphere and perturb the ionospheric plasma. However, there were limitations in observing such perturbations using conventional observational techniques. The advent of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) changed the scenario. The number of dual-frequency GNSS receivers established – both in space and ground – for various scientific and navigational purposes, and the massive earthquakes and tsunamis that shook the Earth in the last two decades provided an unprecedented opportunity to detect and study the coseismic and tsunamigenic ionospheric perturbations. Eventually, these studies opened up a new area of research called ionospheric seismology. Being in its infancy, ionospheric seismology demands improvements in both theoretical as well as observational research to obtain maturity. Upon its maturity, ionospheric seismology will make the remote sensing of earthquakes and other planetary quakes possible in addition to filling the crucial gaps in conventional seismology. Further, this multidisciplinary research field is opening up many research opportunities in the domains of ionospheric physics, geodesy, and geophysics. This talk covers the fundamentals and current status of ionospheric seismology including ionosphere-based tsunami early warning, methods for detecting ionospheric perturbations using GNSS, emerging opportunities, and challenges ahead. 

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