Know-I Research Forum


Know-I research forum aims at imparting and enhancing knowledge in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, Deep learning and Computer vision for the students of Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering. This forum acts as a platform for the students, faculty and industry experts to share their experiences and work collaboratively to provide intelligent solutions for real world problems.

Co-ordinators of Know-I 2018-19

  • Dr. K.S.Gayathri, Associate Professor / CS, SVCE
  • Ms. T.Padmavathi, Assistant Professor / CS, SVCE

Events organized in 2018-2019

  1. Workshop on 'Essential of Applied Machine Learning'

    • Guest Speaker: Mr. Venkatesh Umaashankar Senior Researcher,
      Ericsson Research, Chennai
    • Guest Speaker: Mr. Girish Shanmugam S, Software Engineer, InterviewDesk.
    • Date: March 29, 2018
    • Participants: II year, III year CS students and faculty members
    • Number of participants: 42 students + 12 faculty members

  2. Google's Machine Learning Crash Course (MLCC) study jam

    • One of the Google's latest offerings in collaboration with NITI Aayog is MLCC Study Jams
    • Course facilitator: Mr. Venkatesh Umaashankar, Senior Researcher,
      Ericsson Research Course Initiation
    • Date: 4-Oct-2018
    • Participants: II year, III year CS students
    • Number of participants: 102

    Topics covered:

    • Week 1 topic: Introduction to Python, Strings in Python
    • Week 2 topic: Lists in Python
    • Week 3 topic: Dictionaries, File Handling
    • Week 4 topic: Regular Expressions, File System, Running External processes, Exception Handling
    • Week 5 topic: Object-Oriented Programming in Python
    • Week 6 topic: List Comprehensions, Lambda functions, Decorators, Multiprocessing

  3. Mini Project competition for II yr and III yr CS students

    • Domain: Artificial Intelligence, Web Application Development, and Mobile Application Development
    • Date: 1-Dec-2018 to 1-Jan-2019
    • Number of teams registered: 31
    • Number of participants: 50 students

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