IIT Delhi to organise 16th open house on November 4
IIT Delhi will showcase student projects, research work, facilities, and labs during the event.
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NEW DELHI: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi will organise the 16th open house on November 4 in its campus.
“Open House 2023 will be a one-day event dedicated to provide an insight into path-breaking research work, student projects and the numerous advanced facilities and laboratories available in IIT Delhi,” reads the official website of IIT Delhi open house.
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As per the programme schedule given on the website, IIT Delhi will hold registration for the event from 8 am to 9 am. The event will include sessions on Experience and journey with Dr APJ Abdul Kalam by Srijan Pal Singh, The twin space missions of India - Chandrayaan and Aditya L1 by professor Suprit Singh, and Robotics to Rural Technologies by Professor S K Saha. A visit to exhibits and demonstrations will be organised from 10 am to 2:30 pm.
The following tech projects will be displayed at the open house:
- Autoscope-Made-in India Automated Microscopy: A digital microscope and its utility for class room teaching.
- Sustainable and Affordable Homes Using Agro-Residues like Stubble: A Step Towards Green Future
- Multi-user video transmission over LiFi Network
- Scalable wearable pressure sensor that can help doctors and specialists analyze gait patterns and postural deformities
- A way towards optical nanoscopy- At the Photonics Research Lab of IIT Delhi, researchers have developed a novel structured illumination microscope to get nanoscopic resolution over a large field of view.
- THz Handheld Remote Detector (THRED)- In the lab exhibit, the T-ray based THRED platform will be demonstrated to detect and image chemicals. It is faster, lighter, can see around the corners and even materials hidden behind paper, plastic, cloth, and rubber.
- Engineered Microbiome: Simple, Scientific, and Self-Sustainable Engine to Improve Rural Environment
- Novel light-weight soft body armour and Hybrid flexible armour
- Portable Robotic Device to Detect Slippery Floorings
- The CoRE stack - a community-based digital public good for climate resilience
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