YOUTUBE-By Dr.Deepak Nallaswamy

Innovations in Teaching Learning Process
@ Saveetha Dental College
Published on 16 Oct 2014,in youtube/904 Views
By-Dr.Deepak Nallaswamy
Breaking the monotony of learning process: Saveetha University Director 'invents' MILA Multiple interacting learning algorithm(MILA) attempts to replace the old style of education and create an effective ,enthusiastic and active learning environment for students. The project developed by -Director of Academics in Saveetha University,Dr.Deepak Nallaswamy, breaks the monotony of hours of lectures and replaces it with facilitator mediated active learning process.

Sunday, 14 February 2016

ICHCI '16 International Conference

International Conference
Saveetha School of Engineering
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Event Dates:
10th-11th March 2016
Event Details:

IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions (ICHCI’16)
 is the 2nd in this series of conference. The 1st edition of ICHCI
was held in 2013 and received participants from all around the globe.

The Objective of IEEE-ICHCI’16 is to provide a platform to share and
learn the recent developments in various sub-fields of HCI. Today, the
world is moving towards Internet of Things (IoT) where the things around
us will be smart and can provide and share information with humans as well
as with other similar objects. Several ideas, innovations, research and
developments are taking place in IoT. Cloud Computing and Big Data are the
next emerging areas. Today, large volumes of data are available and hence
handling these data remains a big challenge. Parallelly, Wearable Electronics
and Gesture Recognition are also being developed. All these lead to the
utilization and sharing of information where data integrity becomes a big issue.
So, ICHCI’16 will provide a platform for all researchers, academician and
industrial professionals to share their work and also provide answers/ideas
to the existing problems and challenges.
Dr .D. Dhanasekarn
Convener (ICHCI’16)
Dr. P.C. Kishore Raja
Co-Convener (ICHCI’16)
Contact: +91 9444286636 / +91 9940693932 / 044 - 66726662, Ex:3051/3044.

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