1. Invited Research Talks
IIIT-D Annual Research Showcase (RS’15) invites distinguished speakers from Industry and academia to present their research on cutting edge technologies. We take this as an opportunity to invite you all to be part of RS'15 and get benefited. These talks are intended for faculty, industry professionals, media, students, parents and other techno-savvy visitors. Speakers: TBD
2. Poster Session
Any peer reviewed published work can be presented as a poster at RS'15. We encourage high quality submissions. The work will be judged by top researchers from industry as well as academia on basis of quality of work and awards will be presented to the Best Technical Poster and Most Innovative Idea. Read more
3. Hardware Hackathon (Theme: Internet of Things)
A new event has been introduced this year for the undergraduate/graduate students to show their hardware design talent to imminent jury comprising of industry specialists and academicians. Participants are encouraged to form groups of 3-4 students to boost their skills and also meet fellow students who love building things. Few interesting categories participants will be judged on include fastest prototypable project,most fun project and the viewers choice. Whats more than most is that could land an internship at a core ece company for winning the jury round! Read more, List of Ideas for hackathon or Poster
Byld, the software development club of IIIT-Delhi shouts out to all the designers and developers out there, who can't wait to bring their next app idea to life. Byld invites you to the Byldathon at RS '15, to work over 16 sleepless hours with one great idea and a team of tireless creative minds. Spend the night building an app that stands out from the rest, while we keep you fueled with food and lots of coffee! Read more
Byld, the software development club of IIIT-Delhi shouts out to all the designers and developers out there, who can't wait to bring their next app idea to life. Byld invites you to the Byldathon at RS '15, to work over 16 sleepless hours with one great idea and a team of tireless creative minds. Spend the night building an app that stands out from the rest, while we keep you fueled with food and lots of coffee!
The coding period of the hackathon starts at 6PM on 13th March and ends at 12 noon on 14th March. Teams will have to stay a bit longer for the demos and results. Visit Byldathon for more details.
1 <= Size(team) <= 3
PRIZES AND JUDGING
To be announced
5. TechQuiz for students
We invite all students to showcase their mastery in algorithms, programming, science and a lot more. Participate, have a blast and get on-the-spot goodies.
6. Elevator Pitch
The Elevator pitch is an opportunity to showcase your research and development effort to the world. First a team/person advertises their work on stage in a timed round [2 mins] in front of jury and audience, followed by a demo session [2 hours]. The idea that receives maximum user votes wins the user choice award in demo category and another award will be given for the best demo in terms of research contribution category. Read more
Sell your work, and you have two minutes to say it all.
The idea of this event is to showcase creative and groundbreaking ideas which are not yet published but are consolidated in the form a hardware design or a web application or a piece of software. Even if it is under review or not meant for publication still you can present it.
What we are looking for ?
Something innovative which is demonstrable in a concrete form and should be working. It can be a hardware design, software application or a fusion of both. But it should have a strong conceptual idea and impact to the technical or research community in broad.
How this event will happen ?
All the registrations will be filtered on basis of impact and quality of work. The selected teams/individuals will be given 2-minutes [single slide presentation] to advertise their work in front of our reputed technical jury followed by a 2 hour long demo session for audience (including jury members).
The demo which gets maximum user votes will get “User choice award (demo category)” and best innovative demo will be honoured with “Best demo award ( in terms of research contribution)”
Your demo should be having strong technical/ research impact and it should be demonstrable. We won’t encourage pure engineering based work.
Each team/ individual have to mention their specific need like a table, extension cord, poster pinup board during registration. Last minute requirements won’t be catered.