27th-30th of March
ARCS’19 is a technical colloquium planned with the aim of enhancing and building up scientific knowledge of the young minds studying in VIT. For achieving the same, our team will be organizing a variety of events, ranging from a hack-a-thon and a congress to several technical workshops. The five workshops planned this year will be headed by renowned speakers who have excellent knowledge in their respective fields.
Machine learning uses computer to run predictive models that learn from existing data to forecast future behaviours, outcomes and trends. Deep learning: a sub field of machine learning where models inspired by how our brain works are expressed mathematically.
This workshop in the area of neural network and its applications aims to enhance the intellectuals towards the design of neural network for real time applications. This workshop aims to play a pivotal role by focussing the technical issues confronting neural network and its applications.
The leading industries right now are fusing tech and design. Design is the new language of business thanks to the start-up culture. Customers are increasingly taking advantage of the options provided by the technology, to choose the time, place and nature of their interactions with an organization or their brand.
Participants will learn about the key steps involved in designing seamless experiences. They will also get the opportunity to internalize their understanding by working on real world problems and exercises.
Blockchain is a leading software platform for digital assets. It is a data structure used to create a decentralized ledger and is composed of blocks in a serialized manner. This technology is implemented in various real-time applications.
Cryptocurrencies, in particular the First and Ethereum, are canonical examples of the blockchain paradigm. Few other real-time applications include digital identity, smart contracts, digital voting and IoT applications. This workshop is planned by considering the growing importance of Blockchain Technology in real world applications.
In the past, computing tasks such as word processing were not possible without the installation of application software on a user’s computer. A user bought a license for each application from a software vendor and obtained the right to install the application on computer system. Cloud computing differs from the classic client-server model by providing centralization that gives cloud service providers complete control over the browser-based applications provided to clients, which removes the need for version upgrades or license management on individual client computing devices.
Cybersecurity is the protection of internet-connected systems, including hardware, software and data, from cyberattacks.
The workshop is specifically designed to provide the right knowledge to the aspiring Cyber Forensics & Information Security enthusiasts. It will explore the various means that an intruder has available to gain access to computer resources. The core objective is to provide students with a solid understanding of Information Security techniques to the key design issues, so that one, when working as an industrial developer, is capable of identifying the key problem points and focus his creative attention.
Convoke Day 1
Cryptocurrency & Blockchain
Convoke Day 2