Tech Talk – May 2019

Tech Talk – 2019

A One-week Faculty orientation program is scheduled from 10th May – 15th May 2019.

Objective:

  • To explore the domain knowledge
  • To enhance teaching skills for effective Teaching-learning process
SR NO. STAFF NAME TOPIC NAME DATE
1. Dr. Patil D.V Genetic Algorithm 14/05/2019
2. Mr. Alone N.V Moodle, a Learning platform 11/05/2019
3. Mrs. Vaidya A. S. Classification Algorithms using R 11/05/2019
4. Mr. Barde C.R Blockchain Technology 13/05/2019
5. Mr. Ghorpade S.V Javascript 10/05/2019
6. Mrs. Dhamne G.A R basics 10/05/2019
7. Mr.Bhamare G.K Git 10/05/2019
8. Mr.Mandlik R.B Current CPU Trends 13/05/2019
9. Ms. Nikam V.S Edge Detection method 15/05/2019
10. Ms. Chandwadkar R.P Sensors and Actuators 15/05/2019
11. Ms.Narwade R.D Bootsrap 15/05/2019
12. Ms.Kulkarni R.D Cisco Packet tracer 11/05/2019
13. Mr. Koli P.B. Python (Numpy) 13/05/2019
14. Mr. Jadhav S. R. Cloud Computing 11/05/2019

Two Week Institute level workshop on Python

The Computer Engineering department has organized two week institute level workshop on Python technology.

The content for the workshop was:-

Sr. No  Content
1 An Introduction to Python
2  Basic Python Syntax
3 Language Components
4 Collections
5 Functions
6 Modules
7 Exceptions
8 Input and Output
9 Classes in Python
10 Regular Expressions

Third year computer engineering student participated in the workshop. They also implemented mini android app with the help of Android.  Mr. Swapnil Ghorpade and Mr. Gauav Bhamre conducted this workshop from 11th July 2018 to 25th July 2018 at DrMSG Seminar Hall.

One day institute level workshop on “Android”

The Computer Engineering department has organized one day institute level workshop on Android mobile application development technology.

The content for the workshop was:-

Sr. No  Content
1   Android Introduction to Java and Android
2   Android Stack Introduction.
3   Installing Android and creating first app on emulator
4   Android Architecture and building blocks
5   Android App build process.
6   Java overview– Data types, Loops, Conditionals and Operators
7   Android UI– resources, themes, threads etc
10   Debugging in android
11   Introduction to System programming in Android
12   Java interface
13   Native library implementation
14   Building the sample Application

Third year computer engineering student participated in the workshop. They also implemented mini android app with the help of Android.  Mr. Swapnil Ghorpade conducted this workshop on 26th September 2017 at DrMSG Seminar Hall.

One Day Seminar on Applications of soft computing techniques in research.

Gokhale Education Society’s R. H. Sapat College of Engineering Research and Management studies conducted a state level seminar on ” Applications of Soft Computing techniques in research” on 6th April 2018. Dr. D. V. Patil HOD, Computer Engineering department was conveyor for the program.

In computer science, soft computing sometimes referred to as computational intelligence, is the use of inexact solutions to computationally hard tasks such as the solution of NP-complete problems. Soft computing differs from conventional (hard) computing in that, unlike hard computing, it is tolerant of imprecision, uncertainty, partial truth, and approximation. In effect, the role model for soft computing is the human mind. The agenda of the seminar revolves around the principle constitutes of Soft computing and it real time applications using natural language processing, Fuzzy Logic, Neural network, Machine learning and genetic algorithm.

The Speaker for the seminar was Dr. D. V. Patil, Dr. Mrs. S. M. Kamlapurkar, Dr. S. P. Agnihotri, Dr. A. P. Khedkar and Mr S. V. Ghorpade.

Dr. D.V. Patil sir started the session with Introduction to Soft Computing, its Applications, neural network and Fuzzy Basics. The next session was conducted by Dr. A. P. Khedkar mam fro E&TC Department.Mam gave introduction to genetic algorithm and its implementation for solving Travelling Salesman Problem and optimization problem. Dr. S. P. Agnihotri gave introduction to Cuckoo Search and its application in control system. Dr. S.M. Kamalapur gave introduction particle swarm optimization (PSO) and their basic implementations. S. V. Ghorpade sir gave the practical demonstration of implementation of neural network.

Project director prof P. M. Deshpande was chief guest and Mr. Shailesh Gosavi Sir was guest of honor for this program. Our Principal Dr. P. C. Kulkarni Sir gave valuable guidance and support for this program.

Institute level Bootstrap Workshop

The Computer Engineering department has organized one day institute level workshop on Bootstrap-latest web development technology. The Bootstrap is Build responsive, mobile-first projects on the web with the world’s most popular front-end component library. Bootstrap is an open source toolkit for developing with HTML, CSS, and JS. Quickly prototype your ideas or build your entire app with our Sass variables and mixins, responsive grid system, extensive prebuilt components, and powerful plugins built on jQuery.

Third year computer engineering student participated in the workshop. They also implemented mini websites with the help of bootstrap technology. Mr. Swapnil Ghorpade conducted this workshop on 7th September 2017 at DrMSG Seminar Hall.

Habit Mastery – A Psychology of Studing

As per the guideline from our Principal, a  collge level seminar on “Habit Mastery” was conducted by an eminent speaker Mr. Veer Vijay Singh on  22n  August 2017 from 1 pm – 3 pm at  DrMSG Seminar Hall.  Mrs. G. A. Dhamane and Mr. R. R. Chakre worked as Coordinator for the seminar.
 The Seminar focused on below points :-
  • The psychology of studing everyday
  • Why motivation and discipline wont work
  • WHB goal setting system
  • The 5 Second decision rule

The Speaker Mr. Veer Vijay Singh amzed student with his various activities and enormous example. He explained how consistency matters in studing . How it is benificial in all aspects of life.