MathWorks flagship event MATLAB EXPO 2021 (Online 4 – 5 May, 2021)

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This is the first time, EXPO is open to the education community pan India (educators + students). It’s absolutely free but registration is mandatory.

At Expo, we have 70+ sessions across 10+ technical tracks in 4 time zones led by experts from organizations in multiple industry, academia and application areas from Qualcomm, Nvidia, Infineon, Flux Auto, Elektrobit, NXP,ASML, Vector, Mercedes Benz R&D, BOSCH, GE, Siemens Energy, Cipla, NI, AB Volvo, Cadence, Analog Devices, Continental, Airbus, Cummins, Stanford Univ, IIT Madras, IIT Kharagpur, University of Naples, Imperial College London, University of New South Wales, etc.

Autograded Assessments with MATLAB Grader & LMS Integration – Free webinar

Greetings from MathWorks!!

Be part of one of the largest educational conversations of 2021! Join MathWorks for our global event regarding the future of teaching in engineering and science.
In this webinar, you will learn how to develop MATLAB exercises for students online that can be automatically graded and integrated with different learning environments. You will discover instructor and student workflows in MATLAB Grader and learn about key features of MATLAB Grader, such as personalized immediate feedback, instructor/learner interaction and ways to access performance analytics of your class.

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Creation of MATLAB-based assignments with rich text, images, hyperlinks and LaTeX equations in problem descriptions
Access to library of re-usable example courses and problems
Autograding student solutions with built-in/custom functions
Student access view and submission with immediate feedback
LMS integration to bring autograding into any learning environment like Moodle, Canvas etc.
Who Should Attend
This webinar is aimed at educators in engineering and science that are looking for scalable solutions to assess the learning outcome of students and provide custom feedback to common mistakes.

After the webinar, all registered participants will receive the slides and MATLAB Grader problem sets for various courses. We encourage you to try these examples. The following week we will hold a feedback session where we will cover additional technical demonstrations and answer any questions you might have.

By registering for the webinar, we will automatically reserve a place for you at the office hour session on April 28 at 1:00 PM CEST/4:30 PM IST.

AICTE Sponsored Six Days Online Short Term Training Program (STTP) on “ELECTRIC VEHICLE EVOLUTION – IMPACT ON POWER GRID”

We are happy to inform you that the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering (SVCE) is organizing an AICTE Sponsored Six Days Online Short Term Training Program (STTP) on “ELECTRIC VEHICLE EVOLUTION – IMPACT ON POWER GRID” in three phases. The Phase – III is scheduled to be held during April 19th to 24th 2021.

Objectives: The future Electrical Power System operation and control has to be restructured to face the challenges of plug-in Electric Vehicles (EV) evolution. The knowledge in EV drive, Battery Energy Storage (BES), Fast-charging circuitry, Battery Management System (BMS) and its impact on smart and micro grid dynamics, coordinated BMS, control, protection and communication protocols are imperative for Engineers working in these domains. This STTP is aimed at training the participants on the present procedures and future expectations in the aforementioned areas by experts from Industry & Institutions.

Eligibility : This AICTE sponsored STTP is open to Faculty members of AICTE approved Institutions, Research scholars and persons from Industries from all over the country. As per AICTE guidelines no registration fee will be charged from the participants.

Registration link: to register for the STTP-Phase – III on or before April 18th 2021

The number of participants is limited to 100 and the participants will be selected on a First come First serve basis.

Registrations will be confirmed based on scrutiny by the Programme Evaluation Committee.

The selected participants will be intimated by Email .

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SVCE MATLAB Campus-Wide License: Portal links and Installation details

Please find the attached MATLAB Installation Guide, MATLAB CWL Poster and other Materials.

Please find below details to learn about individual access to MATLAB and Simulink.

SVCE MATLAB Portal link :

The following links provide materials to assist with rollout to faculty and students in Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering :

And also, Kindly find below weblink for Matlab Documentation & Examples.

Web Link:-

v  MATLAB Products Documentation =

v  MATLAB Products Examples =

v  Technical Articles and Newsletters =

v  MATLAB Videos =

FDP on Applied Thermodynamics from 03.05.2021 to 08.05.2021

We are happy to inform you that the Department of Automobile Engineering is organizing a Six Day Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on “Applied Thermodynamics” from 03.05.2021 to 08.05.2021 (through online-Google Meet Platform) and the details are available in the attached Brochure.

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The Faculty Development programme is intended to provide opportunity for faculty members employed in engineering institutions to enhance their knowledge and to keep abreast with the Fundamentals of Applied Thermodynamics.

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