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24 th May IIT MADRAS 1 ST -5 TH OCTOBER
24 th May About Shaastra IIT MADRAS Annual Technical Festival Only student managed ISO certified Tech fest Participation from all over the world Events catering to all Engineering fields
24 th May A Quick look – Shaastra events Participants Prize money - 7 lakh This time much more…
24 th May EVENTS Design & Build Programming Quizzes, Online Management Lectures, VCs, Workshops Open Houses
24 th May SPOTLIGHT Main attention at Shaastra Major crowd pullers Huge prize money
24 th May GOLDEN DESIGN CHALLENGES Set of Socially relevant problems To be implemented later on Examples: Water Purifier, Urban Transport System
24 th May PENTATHALON A huge event consisting of 5 rounds Successive elimination Hands on work
24 th May OTHERS The Ultimate Engineer Industrial Open House
24 th May SHAASTRA NIGHTS A definite crowd puller Laser shows and pyrotechnics among others To be held at the Open Air Theatre
24 th May THE SPIRIT OF ENGINEERING The Face of Shaastra Amazing machines made by IIT Madras students Demonstration during Shaastra Media Coverage
24 th May PREVIOUS SOEs Want to Fly Yu Fly Bio Diesel Plant Safe Railroads
24 th May THIS YEAR Self riding Bicycle Robo Soccer Mag Lev Elevator And more…
24 th May DESIGN & BUILD
24 th May INDUSTRY DEFINED PROBLEMS Real life applications Judged by industrialists Internships for winners Last year prize money 20K Ex:1.Unmanned Railway 2.Energy from Buildings
24 th May BLUEPRINT No particular problem statement Innovation and creativity rules Finalists to give presentation during Shaastra
24 th May DESMOD 3D model designing competition A workshop followed by the event Basics of the software to be taught Last year prize money- 15K
24 th May ROBOTICS 3 different problem statements 1. Emergency Exit 2. Get A Grip 3. Library Scanner Total last year prize money 1.25L
24 th May FIRE N ICE Design and construct a resource and time-optimized structure New Supersized format Last year- 30K
24 th May OTHERS Aesthetique Engenious Switchcraft Reverse Engineering
24 th May HANDS ON EVENTS
24 th May CONTRAPTIONS A wacky device that does a simple task in as many steps as possible More the steps -More the points Cash prize Rs. 40K 6 internships
24 th May JUNKYARD WARS Based on the classic show on Discovery Channel Make working devices out of scrap Workshop experience helps A test of your skill and perseverance
24 th May CHINDOGU Design something technically appealing but practically useless Upgradation of Ignoble prizes Finalists to make a working model Use your creativity, generate humour
24 th May OTHERS Project X Quick Fix Chemical Breakdown TechTrek
24 th May PROGRAMMING EVENTS
24 th May SIMULATION CHAMPIONSHIP Applied engineering Computer simulation to real life physical problems Some of previous year examples 1. Kaleidoscope 2. Projectile Motion
24 th May PWNED! Make your own computer 3D game Judged by the people who play it No language barriers
24 th May OTHERS AI Wars SHOCK Brainfck Babel Code Breaker
24 th May QUIZ EVENTS Main Quiz How Things work
24 th May ENTREPRENEURSHIP
24 th May BREAKTHROUGH Detailed business plan submission followed by workshop In collaboration with Stanford University Prizes worth 3 Lakhs
24 th May OTHERS E-workshops Lecture Series VC- Pitch
24 th May WORKSHOPS, L ECTURES & DEMOS
24 th May RUBIKS CUBE Open to all Last year great success This time WCA involvement Workshop and competitions
24 th May OTHERS FOSS Conference Retractable Structures Control Systems BEAM Robotics Nanoscience Computer Security, to name a few
24 th May LECTURES High Performance Computing Quantum Computing The World Wide Web - Past, Present and Future and more…
24 th May VIDEO CONFERENCES Luminaries of Shaastra-07 Harold Kroto (Nobel Prize, Chemistry 1996) John Mather (Nobel Prize, Physics, 2006) Tylor Cowan (Economist) Chris Adami (Evolutionary Theorist)
24 th May 12/31/2013 CLARIFICATIONS Events list not exhaustive No application/entry fees Cheap accommodation provided on first-cum-first serve basis No participation certificates
24 th May THANK YOU Shaastra External Publicity Team
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