Technology Sharing Club (TSC) of the Department of ECE conducted an event “Block chain and IOT workshop” on the 26th of October,2019 from 9 am to 2.30pm under the guidance of our faculty coordinators Ms. Divya Sharma and Ms. Neethu Johny.
The speaker of the event was Mr. Mohammed Musaveer.
Mohammed Musaveer is currently working at ITC infotech as a Big Data developer for Santander Bank U K.
He has worked on several projects like
Visitor Management systems
Online Shopping store
Online Test Portal
He is passionate towards working on various technologies like Blockchain, Big data and Machine Learning.
He is currently working on Decentralised Applications using Blockchain technology and pursuing his studies and research in Blockchain Technology.
He has worked in association with
1) IIT DELHI as Campus Ambassador for Entrepreneurship Development Cell.
2)AIESEC BANGALORE as a member of Incoming Global Entrepreneur.
3)Master Academy as Brand Building and Teaching Advisory.
4) Indian Technological Congress
His Achievement includes
Winner in Technical Idea Presentation in consecutive years 2017 and 2016.
Best Product Development at UVCE in the year 2019
The Block chain workshop was held in VLSI lab and IOT hands-on was held in room number 217.Both the events were coordinated by the members of the TSC club. It was conducted as a team event with a max. of 4 students in a group. NODEMCU kits were provided for each group for the hands-on session. The activity primarily focussed on giving students an overview about latest trending technology block chain and also gave students an innovative hands-on session on NODEMCU-ESP8266 WIFI Module.
Students from various departments actively participated for the same. Teams have worked on projects other than what was conducted in the session. They have done a lot of research and are working on their projects.
The event concluded successfully with the participants and the audience learning the latest advancements in technology and motivated us with researching and working on these topics. The audience could not only understand the concept but could also apply it in their mini projects. The workshop gave the students a platform to explore more on the topics discussed.