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Invited Talk on 'Security issues of IOT' by Dr. Bijoy Antony Jose, Asst. Professor, Department of Electronics, CUSAT

Invited Talk on ‘Security issues of IOT’

Dr. Bijoy Antony Jose, Asst. Professor, Department of Electronics, CUSAT gave a talk on the ‘Security issues of IOT’ on 29thAugust 2019. The talk was attended by S5 & S7 students and was organized by the department association.


  • Session Handled By: Mr. Anas M. M, Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE

    Topic: Introduction to Robotics

    As a part of Electronics Department association activities ‘Faculty for Student seminar series‘ are being organized every month. Mr. Anas M. M (Assistant Professor, ECE) handled a session on “Introduction to Robotics” on 4th April 2018.The session was planned for S4 ECE (2016-2020 Batch) to create awareness of robots and their applications. The talk introduced the concepts of robot movement, perceiving environment and avoiding obstacles. The students were exposed to real world examples of how robots are used in disaster situations.

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Speaker: Mr. K. Moorthi, Manager, Enthu Technology Solutions India Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore

Date: 19th October 2016

Time: 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Venue: Seminar Hall (Room no: 304)

As a part of the MITS ECE Department Association Activity- Distinguished Lecture Series, a lecture was given on ‘Internet of Things’ by Mr. K. Moorthi, Co-founder/Product Manager of Coimbatore based company ‘Enthu Technology Solutions India Pvt Ltd’. The students from the fifth semester of ECE attended the lecture. The distinguished lecture series event was organized and co-ordinated by the faculties – Ms. Remya Jacob (Asst. Professor, ECE) and Ms. Priscilla Grace George (Asst. Professor, ECE).

IoT is a seamless connected network system of embedded objects/devices, with identifiers, in which communication without any human intervention is made possible by utilizing standard and inter-operable communication protocols. In order to clarify the working of IoT, Mr. Moorthi showed a working model of an IoT controlled lighting system which could be turned ON and OFF from anywhere in the world from a PC or a mobile device. The talk also included discussions on various projects done using Raspberry Pi. He also presented the mini-computer made using Raspberry Pi, with which he did his presentation. The talk included applications and possibilities of IoT in the present world and share of Start-Up companies in the growth of both economy and technology in India. An open invitation was given by Enthu Technology to do internship and to share innovative ideas with them so that it can be realized as a product. The students found the session really inspiring and informative.

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Speaker: Mr. Sreeraj K.P, Lecturer, GPC, Kottakal

Date: 23th September 2016

Time: 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Venue: CCF

As a part of the MITS ECE Department Association – ILLUMINATI, a one day workshop was conducted on Technical manuscript with LaTeX’ by Mr. Sreeraj K.P, Lecturer, GPC, Kottakal on 23rd September 2016. The students from the seventh semester of ECE attended the workshop. The workshop was organized and co-ordinated by the faculties –Ms. Remya Jacob (Asst. Professor, ECE) and Ms. Priscilla Grace George (Asst. Professor, ECE) and student co-ordinators – Aravind Menon (S3, ECE), Priyasree S (S3, ECE) and Sai Vaishnavi (S3, ECE).

The software was already installed in the systems, so the students got a chance to work with LaTeX on their own. LaTeX is a set of macros for TeX that aims at reducing the user’s task to the sole role of writing the content. The students came to know about the different formatting processes that could be done using LaTeX in their documents. Each student created documents of their own in their corresponding systems. The classes were both interactive and interesting. The students also learned how LaTeX makes it very simple to handle equations, figures, bibliographies, indexes, etc, thereby easing the tedious task of project and seminar documentation. On whole, the workshop conducted had introduced a new typesetting system among students that would really benefit in their individual works.

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