Purpose of this workshop:

This is a 5-day virtual workshop co-organized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Arm Education, STMicroelectronics, with support from Microsoft and NIELIT Calicut.

In this 5-day virtual workshop, faculty members and nominated students learn about IoT and ML technologies, starting from the fundamentals up to the latest innovations including demonstrations of real-life use cases. After the virtual workshop, faculty members and up to 4 nominated students, who have participated in this virtual workshop, are eligible to enroll in the “The Inventors Challenge” as a team where they can submit ideas on creating the IoT products of the future. The short-listed teams will receive an STM32 board for creating the prototype.

To join the virtual workshop, Please register here.

Why attend?

If you are from the electronics, electrical, communication, instrumentation engineering, computer science or information technology community, don’t miss out on this opportunity to elevate your skills to the next level. Faculty members can use the knowledge gained on IoT, AI and ML to build a curriculum and have a chance to collaborate with students on a real-life project. While students will be able to use this knowledge in their journey of innovation. 

Dates to remember:

Date of virtual workshop: August - 5 August, 2022. Time: 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM IST

The Inventors challenge: 

Announcement of contest: 5 August 2022

Last date to enroll for the contest: 12 August 2022. Time: 6:00 PM IST

Announcement of top ideas: 30 August 2022

Shortlisted teams will receive an email from Arm Education.

Admission: Free

Important note:

  • Faculty members and nominated students must attend all five days in order to receive a digital participation certificate.
  • By registering for this event, you consent to submit your details to the event organizers, they will use this information to communicate with you regarding this event and their other services.

You are welcome to visit the pages below to know more about our first webinar back in August 2021 which focused on embedded systems:

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