Date: 15th January 2015
T1: Basic Wavelet Theory & Application to Visual Evoked Potential Estimation
Time: 10.30 am to 1.00 pm & 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm
Venue: Conference Room (First Floor)
Dr. Sanjiv Vedu Bonde
Diploma in Electrical Engineering
B. Tech. M. Tech. (Electronics Engineering)
Ph. D. (IIT Bombay)
Professor, Department of ECT,
S. G. G. S. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Nanded
Area of interest
Digital Signal Processing and Applications
We will focus on basic wavelet theory, design of Haar wavelet. Further, we will investigate the problem of visual evoked potential (VEP) estimation. The most important aspect of the estimation schemes to be discussed is that, the estimation is performed on single trials. The main focus will be on nonparametric, estimation methods, i.e. no model based assumptions are needed. We classify these methods as linear and nonlinear estimation schemes according to their behavior.
The linear estimation schemes will be based on subband decomposition of a template signal and single trial signal to be estimated. Signal dependent basis functions will be obtained by subband decomposition of the template signal derived from ensemble average. An amplitude scaled and latency corrected copy of each basis function will be created with the help of an optimal coefficient vector. The unknown optimal coefficient vector is unique for each subband of the particular observed single trial VEP signal to be considered for estimation. It is determined in such a way that minimizes the sum of squared error between the basis function and the respective subband of the observed single trial signal to be estimated. Finally, the estimated single trial VEP signal is obtained as a linear combination of a few highest energy, amplitude scaled and latency corrected basis functions.
Some nonlinear estimation schemes will be discussed. To localize the VEP activity of interest with the nonlinear estimation schemes, we try to use across the trial information in the transformed (wavelet) domain.
T2: IPR & Patents Potential Estimation
Time: 10.30 am to 1.00 pm
Venue: Room No. 008 (Ground Floor)
Advocate Abhishek Pandurangi, Founder & CEO
Advocate Pandurangi is a techno-legal expert specializing in Intellectual Property rights solutions such as patents, trademarks, designs & copyrights. Qualified as a chemical engineer, a law graduate and a registered patent agent with the Government of India, he has helped many individuals, domestic companies, multinationals, students, colleges and organizations with their IP strategy & protection. With a journey of 7 years in the IPR field, he started his stint with Evalueserve where he worked with several multinationals with their IPR projects, after which he joined Netscribes India to develop their in-house IP team. In 2010 he decided to take a plunge and started his own IPR solutions firm closer2patents, which till date has supported over 250 clients in 13 countries having completed over 900 IPR projects. closer2patents along with IPR services, also extends its arms to IP training & awareness and is associated with MSME-DI, ICSI, WIPO and many other organization in this regards. closer2patents also has the distinction of having president’s awards being received by its clients for their patent pending invention, and has been invited to the Rashtrapati Bhavan for three continuous years. Advocate Abhishek Pandurangi through closer2patents has a mission to bring people and businesses closer to their goals by enabling effective utilization of their intellectual property wealth, and would like to use today’s opportunity to realize its mission.
Mr. Parvez Kudrolli, Innovation Officer
Mr. Kudrolli is an Inventor, Patentee and Entrepreneur. He has obtained patents for his inventions in India & USA. He has experience of developing / inventing software, drafting / obtaining patents, commercializing patent rights and managing a Software IPR related startup company. He is a Patent Agent registered with the Indian Patent Office. At closer2patents, he works with clients for Patent Drafting, Patent Searches, Patent Prosecution, Patent Training and Commercialization of Intellectual Property Rights.
The Tutorial will cover the following aspects:
- Introduction to IPR & Patents
- Patent Strategy
- Patent Process & Procedures
- Drafting and Prosecuting Patent Applications
- Introduction to Patent Commercialization
T3: Cloud Computing
Time: 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Venue: Room No. 008 (Ground Floor)
Sachin Waingankar, Head-Technical Presales Marketing
With over 12 Years of global diversified experience, He has been instrumental in building and scaling businesses of large organizations successfully. He has a track record for customer centricity, passion for excellence and rigor in execution. His major experience involves Product Management, Implementing International Projects and Technical Sales, Marketing & Operation.
Prior experience has evolved from Datacenter Implementations, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, Information Security Audit and Solution Architecting to the present day technologies of Big Data, Converged Infrastructure, Cloud Computing and Virtualization. In his previous assignments he has worked for Bharti Airtel Ltd., Netmagic Solutions, Reuters, 3i Infotech and others . He has completed his Engineering in Computer Science and is also a Project Management Professional.
Introduction to cloud computing describing Cloud computing as a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or client and service provider interaction. Cloud computing deployment models: How Cloud computing can be deployed using 3 models: Private, Public and Hybrid cloud. Cloud computing service models: 3 service models in cloud which are also called as SPI model namely, Iaas(Infrastructure as a Service), Paas(Platform as a service) and Saas (Software as a service) will be discussed. Benefits of cloud computing: Some of the Cloud computing benefits like Broad network access, Resource pooling, rapid elasticity, measured service and on demand access will be explained. Connecting to real world scenario: How organizations use cloud computing to scale up their existing IT infrastructure; Architecture of cloud computing: how a private cloud can be used for college network or enterprises private network and public cloud can be used when the cloud need to be accessed from outside network.
Time: 10.30 am to 1.00 pm
Venue: Room No. 403 (4th Floor)
Parag Kulkarni is a senior developer working in the CUDA team at NVIDIA. He has earlier worked on projects related OpenGL and GPU Virtualization at NVIDIA. Before joining NVIDIA, Parag worked on various projects in embedded and networking domains. He has around 20 years of collated experience in software design and development.
Supercomputing has become the need of daily life as the computing requirements for applications and devices have moved from hundreds of FLOPS to TFLOPS and still moving even beyond that. The traditional way of achieving this computing power was from CPUs where perf per watt is very low. With the introduction of Heterogeneous architectures like GPUs from NVIDIA, next generation computing has changed. The GPU evolved from its humble beginnings as a VGA accelerator to become a massively parallel general processor for heterogeneous computing systems. This talk will provide the introduction to GPU computing and CUDA architecture, basic programming model using CUDA and eco-system around. This will also include use case for better understanding of CUDA related code. Finally it will cover a perspective on upcoming architectures and development directions.