It is a moment of great pride and even greater humility, the CCET ACM Student Chapter (CASC), as it won the title of "Outstanding Website" at the national level by ACM India at Bhopal during the ACM Annual Summit.
One Day Online Workshop on National Education Policy (NEP-2020) on the Topic "Technology Use and Integration".
The CCET ACM Student Chapter is proud to announce that our Chairperson, Ms.Muskaan Chopra has been selected as the Feature Editor for the ACM XRDS magazine. XRDS is the flagship academic magazine for student members of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Muskaan Chopra is a very enthusiastic researcher and technical writer currently working in the field of Data Science and Machine Learning.
CCET ACM Student Chapter was featured on the official website of ACM India as the “Chapter of the Month” for reporting the highest amount of activities in the month of December and was highlighted the best among the 195 student chapters all over India.... This was a great acknowledgement for the chapter members as it motivates the students to participate more. This was all done by the student members with the guidance of our Faculty Mentor Dr. Sunil K. Singh (HoD,CSE, CCET) and Faculty Sponsor Sudhakar Kumar and we hope to rise more and perform better.Read more
This book is published by Chapman and Hall/CRC (Taylor & Francies Group) at Boca Raton, Florida USA. Numerous people still believe that learning and acquiring expertise in Linux is not easy, and only a professional can understand that how a Linux system works.More Details
Sudhakar Kumar, Faculty Sponsor CCET ACM Student Chapter, won the BEST PAPER AWARD for his paper entitled "Efficient Speculative Parallelization Architecture for Overcoming Speculation Overheads" ... which was published in the International Conference on Smart Systems and Advance Compuitng (SysCom 2021) organized during December 26-27,2021 in New Delhi, India (Online Mode). The paper was written under the guidance of Dr. Sunil K. Singh and Naveen Aggarwal and was co-authored by Kriti Aggarwal.Read more
CTis (Computational Thinking in Schools) is an Annual Computa- tional Thinking Conference organised by ACM India (Association of Computing Machinery) and the CSpathshala community. It aims to bring together teachers, educators and researchers tod iscuss issues of curriculum, pedagogy, policy and implementation, related to bringing computational thinking to schools. Faculty Sponsor CCET ACM student chapter Sudhakar Kumar participated in this conference and was awarded with the Certificate of participation.
Compilers are pervasive and critical for any software application to execute on any Computer System. Sudhakar Kumar was one of the top 50 students selected for summer school. This summer school aims at provid- ing you a foundation in the theory and practice of optimizing compilers. Dr. Sunil K. Singh, Professor and HOD,... CSE Department and Faculty Mentor, CASC, played a crucial role in guiding the above achievement. Different Industry Persons from NVIDIA, Pune, IISc Bangalore, IIT Madras, IIT Hyder- abad, and IIT Bombay showered their knowledge on different aspects including Compiler optimizations, Interfacing with program execution, and Program Analysis. Further, a study of essential components of program exe- cution environments will provide you with an end-to-end understanding of the life of a program in a computer system.Read more
To help the community grow among next-generation AI/ML/DS enthusiasts, ACM SIGKDD India Chapter (IKDD) selected Ninjas from the country to build a team of passionate students to take leadership roles in organizing activities for the interest of the community, as well as creating and running new periodic programs such as webinars, (virtual) meet-ups, ... Annual ML/Data Science Schools, etc. Muskaan Chopra, UG Scholar (CSE 2019-23), Membership Chair (2020-2021) was among the top 6 students selected from UG, PG, and Ph.D. courses in India as a part of the Inaugural Student Ninja Board. IKDD, the professional chapter of SIGKDD in India, was established as a part of ACM India in 2011 to build and strengthen interest and expertise in the theory and applications of artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, databases, data mining, and their related areas.Read more
Anshul Gupta, Chair, CCET ACM Student Chapter 2021 was among the top50 students who were selected for the ACM Summer School 2021. The school lasted for 12 days in virtual mode and focused on the broader aspect of Natural Language Processing. Different Industry Persons from Microsoft Research, IIIT Hyderabad, IIT Gandhinagar, and IIT Bombay showered ... their knowledge on different aspects including Introduction to NLP, Python for NLP, ML for NLP, NLP tools, Language modeling, Shallow parsing, Advanced NLP, DL for NLP, Meaning representation, Global vectors, Contextual vectors, BERT and associated models, Application, Machine translation, Information extraction and question answering, Information retrieval,and Text summarization. The proposed school also aims to create awareness among undergraduate and postgraduate students in Natural Language Processing (NLP). It also discussed the current state-of-the-art research challenges and opportunities, and future trends. A salient aspect of this school is to emphasize hands-on sessions with suitable case studies which were carried on every day after the theoretical sessions.Read more
The proposed school aims to create awareness among the undergraduate and postgraduate students in the area of Natural Language Processing (NLP). The school will focus on foundational knowledge in natural language processing, the current state-of the-art research challenges and opportunities and future trends. A salient aspect of this school is to emphasize hands-on sessions with suitable case studies.
Hopper India 2020 is a two-day virtual event modeled after the popular Grace Hopper Celebration India (GHCI) conference for women in technology. This immersive event brings together women technologists at all levels from industry, academia, research and startups – to build connects, learn and advance their careers.
The ACM India chapters’ Summit-2019, hosted by Manipal University Jaipur's ACM Student Chapter on the 10th of August 2019 was a stunning success. The event witnessed participation of about 100 students from 48 institutions from all over India along with their faculty mentors. The event started off with the lighting of the symbolic lamp, followed by cultural performances from the University's clubs. The president of ACM India, Prof. Abhiram Ranade,... professor at IIT Bombay started the presentation by highlighting the goal of ACM, the advancement of computing as a science and profession. Emphasizing the aim of ACM, he spoke about the numerous divisions and various activities of ACM. Dr. Rajveer Singh Shekhawat, the director of SCIT at MUJ spoke about the growth of MUJ ACM Students Chapter, and highlighted the various activities undertaken by the chapter, like the student teaching student mentorship program and interactive sessions, including the annual techno-cultural fest of the chapter, ELICIT..Read more