This is an event where participants get to be titled "Web Conquerers". This event tests the knowledge of the participants in web through different rounds and upon reaching the finale they are crowned this award. PHASE 1: CROSSMASTER In this phase participants get a crossword. Based upon the clues they have to complete the crossword. Points will be awarded based on the crossword as well as timely completion. PHASE 2: SELL ME THE CODE This is a round where 3 top scorers from the previous round gets to sit in the hot seat while others are as sellers. If a person in the hot seat doesnt know the answer, it is up to him to ask the seller who will bargain for points to sell his answer. PHASE 3: CATCH ME IF U CAN The final round is where participants get some tasks to complete and will be given flags.The first one to finish fast and capture maximum flags is awarded the grand title.
Main Coordinator : JERIN | Sub Coordinator : JIBY
This event focusses on areas of the subject Computer Architecture where participants are given the opportunity to make Posters , Presentation , Videos or models. Everything must be made on the spot and all the materials required for models/posters must be brought by the participants.
Main Coordinator : ASHISH KUMAR | Sub Coordinator : AISHWARYA
One of our aims with CodeOn is to foster learning and growth among people who are passionate about programming through healthy competition and knowledge sharing.
Preliminary Round: 10-20 MCQ Questions, based on which we will shortlist number of candidates for final round.
Final Round: 5 questions-1hour, each question having different score points, according to their difficulty level, the one who solves the most, wins. If it ties, we can consider preliminary round scores.
Main Coordinator : AUSTIN | Sub Coordinator : SHARON
Basic Idea :
All Participants will represent their country as a Computer Engineer appointed by their respective Governments in order to improve the situation of Energy Utilization across their respective countries.
Conducted one day prior to the event. Participants will be assigned with a Country and a Energy Resource (Example: Nuclear Energy , Thermal Energy) chosen randomly. Phase 2: The Country Representatives must speak over how to improve the efficiency of energy resource using cutting edge technologies along with Innovative Ideas of to support their cause. Performances will be evaluated based on the ideas presented by the participants exclusively by the Judge Panel.
Main Coordinator : RANIT | Sub Coordinator : SNEHA
DESCRIPTION: A place where the knowledge and skill of the participant is tested right from the hardware to the software. A fabulous hand-eye coordination is required to finish the given tasks in the least amount of time with minimal errors. Round 1: FIERY-FINGERS Think you can type? Nows your chance to jump in the ring - err, take a sear at your keyboard - and go head-to-head with the fastest typists around. Put your fierce typing skills to the test for a chance to go to the next round and a step closer to the victory. Round 2: POLYGLOT The participants will be given a series of questions and the one wholl be able to solve it and write a code in as many languages as possible in the minimal amount of time and successfully run the program will be sent to the next round. Round 3: KNOW YOUR HARDWARE You can almost smell the victory now. The finalists will be given a disassembled PC and a single problem. The finalists will have to name as many parts as possible while theyre assembling the PC to one piece. Then, they need to find the solution for the given problem by coding in as many languages as they can in the limited time. The evaluation will be done depending on the naming of the parts, the structure of the code and the number of languages in which the solution is created. Prize Money: 1st Prize: Rs. 2000 2nd Prize: Rs. 1500 EVENT COORDINATORS: S Mahima G. Vineeth Prakash
Main Coordinator : VINEETH | Sub Coordinator : MAHIMA
ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION: deadline for abstract submission is March 20th 2017 All abstracts must be submitted and presented in English. Abstract must have a maximum of 2 page. Abstracts should be based on any of the topic areas listed in the section topics listed below : Artificial Intelligence in Machines,Advanced Encryption Standard, Data Management in Sensor Networks, Data Mining and Data Warehousing,Data Mining concepts & Models, Computer Forensics, Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVEs), Data Management in Sensor Networks, Data Mining and Data Warehousing, Data Mining concepts & Models, Data over Cable Service (DOCSIS), Data Warehouse Datagram Congestion Control Protocol (DCCP). IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER TOPICS , AN ABSTRACT MUST BE SEND TO THE EMAIL ID MENTIONED BELOW. Abbreviations should be defined the first time they appear in your text. Example: HEA (Higher Education Area), before being used as an abbreviation only. Please, do not define or use abbreviations in the title. Please avoid complex mathematical formulas. The notification of acceptance of the abstracts submitted will be sent to you via email by March 23RD , 2017. FINAL PAPER SUBMISSION: If your abstract has been accepted, you should submit your Final Paper. There is a limit of 10 pages (including references). A paper should contain the description of your study and should be structured in different sections such as: Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Results, Conclusions, Acknowledgements (if applicable) and References. Please note that title and authors list should be coincident with the accepted abstract. The venue and other details regarding final paper presentation will be notified through your mail. MAIL YOUR ABSTRACTS TO:[email protected] DATE:24TH MARCH
MAIN COORDINATOR : ALKA ANN ABRAHAM | SUB COORDINATOR'S : TINA ANU/ASHVI REBECCA
Gamers will compete separately on the first-person shooter, Rainbow Six Siege, across WindowPC.The team-based game combines tactical planning with shooting as one group of players infiltrates a building to rescue a hostage, while the other team defends that building and the hostage with the latest weapons and gadgets.
Main Coordinator : Joseph Jones
Corporate Roadies is a collection of management games to test your business acumen, skills, and knowledge. The game is designed to throw the worst at you to bring out the best in you. The participants need to show their caliber, the power of persuasion and the ability to handle pressure. Preparing the participants yourself to withstand the harsh reality of the corporate world. So, are you ready to be a Corporate Roadie?? The event shall consist of 3 rounds. Each team can have a maximum of 3 Roadies(members). Round 1-Task Hunt Each team will be given hints which will direct them to their tasks and accomplishing all those will help them step to the next round. Round 2-Jargon Jumble Find out the companies name behind the jumbled letter using the clue given. The selected winners will progress to the next round. Sub round-Case study Teams will be evaluated on the grounds of novelty of the idea, feasibility, understanding the issues and expansiveness of analysis Round 3.-The basic theme of the event is to imagine that the contestant is an ambassador of the company. The contestant will have to post a selfie/groupfie or a normal photo with the product allotted to them and have to think about to promote the product. The event will be judged on the basis of creativity and how much buzz the product has created. The team which manages to come out as the winner shall be crowned as Corporate Roadies. So, come out and play guys!!
Main Coordinator : REUBEN | Sub Coordinator : VIJAY
A session where the students are given knowledge about various vulnerabilities in our cyberspace. The duty of the White-Hat hackers i.e, ethical hackers is briefly explained with an hand-on training alongside the explanation. This workshop will focus on ethical hacking. Date: 24 March(Full Day) Note: do not register for any other workshop on the same day
Main Coordinator : VAMSI JOSEPH | Sub Coordinator : ANUROOP
Applications in our smart phones play a major role in our daily life. This will be a session where students have hands-on training on how to build mobile application from scratch and make it available in Google Play Store.
Outcome At the end of the session students will be able to design develop deploy mobile applications in android platform. NOTE: ITS A ENTRY LEVEL TRAINING PRE REQUEST: SHOULD KNOW JAVA SE (CORE JAVA)
Laptops with the following requirements
Pre installation of
Android Studio (version 2.2.3)
Android sdk - API level 21 + JDK 8
System Requirements: RAM- 8GB or 4GB (minimum) Operating system – Mac/Linux/Windows
Venue:EEE ground floor seminar hall
Duration: 1 day workshop
Resource Persons: Dr. Blessed Prince (Assistant Professor -CST) Mr. Bright Varghese (Assistant Professor -CST) Event Coordinators: Daniel (UR14CS133) Joseph Jones (UR14CS156) Ashish (UR14CS301) Sowmya Kristam (UR14CS312)
DATE:23RD MARCH NOTE:KINDLY DO NOT REGISTER FOR ANY OTHER WORKSHOPS HAPPENING ON THE SAME DAY!!
Main Coordinator : JOSEPH | Sub Coordinators : SOWMYA , DANIEL
"Calling all programmers and hackathon enthusiasts to participate in the IBM Bluemix online hackathon. This is a product building hackathon where participants can build web and mobile apps with Watson on IBM Bluemix." We are glad to announce the IBM Bluemix Hackathon 2017 to be conducted in karunya University Campus. IBM Bluemix Hackathon is a product building hackathon where participants can build their own mobile and web apps. The event is initiated with a session on IBM Bluemix usage followed by the launch of hackathon , which is a 24 hrs event and it ends by next day. Rules & Regulations 1)Total number of participants per team may not exceed two. 2) All the participants must have a Bluemix account. 3)All code must be written during the event. Participants cannot use existing code that is already written and finish it during the event. The first and the last line should be created during the event. 4)Certificates will be provided only on submission of projects. DATE:24TH,25TH MARCH NOTE:KINDLY DO NOT REGISTER FOR ANY OTHER WORKSHOPS HAPPENING ON THE SAME DAY
Internet of Things is the buzzword in this decade. This session will enable the students to explore deep into this advanced technology and how IoT is changing our daily lifestyle. This workshop will be purely hands-on , where students will be provided with kits and will be taught about IoT. Date: 24 March(Full Day) Note: do not register for any other workshop on the same day
Main Coordinator : Sreethu Dharan | Sub Coordinator : Akhila Sairah Noble
Students will be taught how to do virtualization on their desktop using an Open source tool KVM (Kernel-based Virtual machine) . With the help of command line the students will be taught the basics of virtualization and at the end of the workshop the students will be able to launch their virtual machine .Systems will be provided with the Open source tool installed. Date: 23 March(Full Day) Note: do not register for any other workshop on the same day
Main Coordinator : Pooja | Sub Coordinator : Hazel
Hazel-9791849263 , Pooja-9566884720