Kozhikode

Tathva ’19concludes

Tathva ’19 , the annual techno-management fest of National Institute of Technology, Calicut, concluded on Sunday.

Deepankar Choudhury, chair professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, gave a lecture on mega infrastructure withstanding natural disasters. He spoke about the technical aspects of structural stability and mentioned his current study on the landslips in Kerala.

Sridhar Radhakrishnan, Coordinator, Thanal project, who also gave a lecture on ‘Climate change and engineering: A sustainable future’, said that engineers had a role that can have an impact on the environment. “The thought that we engineers were a part of causing misery to a lot of people troubles me,” he added.

A release said this edition of Tathva provided a thriving platform for its attendees to hone their skills and to showcase their talent in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence with the theme of Industry 4.0. Hack-a-holic, death race, league of machines, blueprint, were some of the many events that caught the eye of the visitors.

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