Tech talks have helped us avoid the issue of knowledge being siloed within one or two people. Ideally, all knowledge should be public or attainable by all team members.
Dr. Krishna R. Reddy, a Distinguished Researcher and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Illinois, delivered an expert lecture on Sustainable and Resilient Civil Infrastructure on March 29, 2023. He emphasized the importance of considering Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to create sustainable structures and discussed 64 sustainability and resilience indicators. The lecture was interactive, with over 250 students and 75 faculty members in attendance.
During the Tech Talk event on April 10, 2023, Dr. Chetan Singh Thakur from IISc Bangalore discussed Neuromorphic Computing. He talked about the neuronics lab, the power consumption of the brain, and the importance of continuous learning. Around 150 students and 12 faculty members attended the session.
Mr. Dipanshu Parashar, CEO of Virtual Cyber Labs, conducted a tech talk on ethical hacking on April 11, 2023, at Urjotav 2023, at PIEMR, Indore. He explained the significance of ethical hacking and how it helps organizations secure their systems against cyber-attacks. 123 students and 12 faculty members attended the session.
On April 12, 2023, Dr. Sanjeevv Khanna, COO of Patanjali Food Limited and founder of the Academy for Self-Maximization, conducted a session on Corporate Work Culture. He stressed the importance of purpose, passion, and potential and discussed the seven steps of Manifestation through continuous learning.
Mr. Kunal Ghosh, Director and Co-founder of VLSI System Design Corp., Pvt. Ltd. in Bangalore, conducted a session on RISC-V Learning and VLSI Chip Design on April 13, 2023. The session comprised two labs that provided a practical understanding and hands-on experience of RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture and chip testing techniques and tools. The interactive and informative sessions provided valuable insights to attendees.
The Tech talk sessions yielded significant outcomes as attendees gained valuable knowledge about sustainability and resiliency and the significance of developing sustainable and resilient structures. The sessions equipped the attendees with knowledge and skills that have practical applications in multiple fields. Additionally, the attendees received invaluable insights into ethical hacking and cybersecurity, and the speaker shared his experience and expertise on corporate work culture. The sessions were interactive and informative, particularly regarding VLSI chip design and testing, providing attendees with a practical understanding of the subject.