Guest Lectures on Bio-Fluid Mechanics, 5th Generation of Mobile Communication & Industry Applications of IoT

Guest Lecture Prof. Vijay Gupta on ‘Bio-Fluid Mechanics’

Prof. Vijay Gupta, Former Dean IIT Kharagpur and former VC, Sharda University, Noidadelivered an expert lecture in the area of Bio-Fluid Mechanics on 15 Sept 2017 to the faculty and Final year students of the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering. He spoke about the creation of the experimental set-up on voicing through the larynx and simulations by analysis. He also shared his experiences on the ‘Mechanics of Voicing’. It was a great learning experience for the faculty and students of the Dept. of ME.

Guest Lecture on 5th Generation of Mobile Communication

The Dept of EECE organized a guest lecture on ‘Introduction to 5th Generation of Mobile Communication’by Mr Sandeep Sharma, General Manager, Ericssion India Pvt Ltd. for 2nd and 3rd Year CSE, ME and ECE students on 13 September 2017. Mr Sharma discussed the importance of 5G and the flow of technology from 1G to 5G. He spoke about 5G main components, wireless access transport system, cloud, network applications and management and the technology beyond 2020. His main emphasis was on cases using 5G. He discussed the challenges of 4G in the light of impending and crucial future communication needs and reviewed the lessons learnt from the perspective of implementation and systems operation. The event was coordinated by Dr Anjali Garg and Ms Kusum Grewal Dangi.

Guest Lecture on Industry Applications of IoT

The Dept of EECE organized an expert lecture on the topic ‘Industry Applications of IoT by Mr Manas Jain, Associate Director, Axtria - Ingenious Insights, Gurugram for BTech ECE/CSE 5th Semester students on 8 September 2017. Mr Jainspoke about the latest technological trends in IoT, its applications in industry and the infrastructure and resources required for IoT. He discussed the use of IoT in marketing & advertising, environmental monitoring, manufacturing applications, healthcare applications and many others. Students understood the hardware and software requirements for IoT and discussed project ideas in this domain. The event was coordinated by Ms Vandana Khanna and Ms Amanpreet Kaur.