Vagisha Kaushik|Dec 3, 2021
IIT Delhi invites students for lecture on ‘Learning to Learn Through Modeling’
IIT Delhi has invited the schools to nominate their students for SciTech Spins. The schools can reach out to the Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
NEW DELHI: Indian Institute of Technology Delhi is organizing a lecture on ‘Learning to Learn Through Modeling’ on October 23. The lecture to be followed by an interaction session is organised under the Institute’s academic outreach initiative ‘SciTech Spins’ for school students.
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IIT Delhi has invited the interested schools to nominate their students for SciTech Spins. The schools can reach out to the Institute through associate dean, Academic Outreach and New Initiatives at firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
The lecture will be presented by Divya Nayar from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and N M Anoop Krishnan from the Department of Civil Engineering and School of Artificial Intelligence, IIT Delhi. The 2nd lecture will also be live streamed on the institute’s YouTube channel https://youtu.be/6mR-iTueZ2A. Giving a glimpse of the second lecture, Divya Nayar and Anoop Krishnan said, “The lecture will discuss how one can model, simulate and predict real-life phenomena by making use of powerful computers.”
The first lecture under the SciTech Spins initiative was organised on September 11, 2021 on ‘Design Thinking - A Powerful Tool for Problem Solving’. IIT Delhi will give e-certificates to all registered students attending SciTech Spins and invite them for 'Open House', an annual intellectual fest for school students where they can connect with leading researchers in the field of Science and Technology.
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