Tuxedo 2018

IEEE SJCE is back with its extravagant open source fest TUXEDO'18. Mark the dates from 22nd October to 28th October. Following are the events conducted as part of Tuxedo 18

Inauguration|Tech Talk on Open source|Open Debate Competition - 22nd Oct

Brainchase - 23rd Oct

Networking and Server Scripting Workshop - 23rd-26th Oct

Tech Talk on Machine Learning - 27th Oct

Build and run - A circuitary and software hackathon | Valedictory Programme - 28th Oct
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Soldering and Etching

The most exciting workshop of this semester Soldering and Etching is back!!!! Soldering is one of the most fundamental skills every engineer should possess.

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Call for articles

IEEE-SJCE's odd-sem fest Tuxedo is coming up and we're putting together the latest edition of the Interface magazine. Submission of your articles, features, tutorials, and reviews related to Open source (preferably) Hardware/Software Technology are invited.

Deadline: 8th October 2018

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For more information
Contact: 97427 89250 (Keerthi)



Python Bootcamp

Get yourselves familiar with Python.
Here's a list of topics that will be covered.

  • Basic concepts of Python
  • OOPS concepts
  • NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib and OpenCV

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Practical Electronics

A workshop which focuses on building fundamental concepts about basic electronic components and circuit building. The sessions are divided into various phases.The first phase involves basic introduction to electronic components like diodes, transistors etc. Practical implementation will also be shown using snap circuits



Prayas

An effort by our team to provide under privileged a positive learning environment that will help them unleash their potential. This includes frequent visits to Divya Deepa and Vijaya Educational Institution. We will be helping the kids with functional English and Extra-curricular activities.

VPM 9.0

The annual workshop of IEEE-SJCE which aims at enhancing the practical skills of students and encouraging them to take up real time projects. It has two phases. Phase 1 deals with the analog sessions and phase 2 deals with microcontroller session.

Date : 7th June, 2018
Venue : EC seminar hall (Admin Block)