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Biology, public health and theoretical computer science: A talk with Dr Aravind Srinivasan, DAA 2016

Dr. Aravind Srinivasan graduated in 1989 with a B.Tech in CSE from IITM, and is currently a professor of Computer Science and at the Institute for Advanced Computing Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. He was awarded the… Continue Reading →

The one with the ‘Recruiter’s Perspective’

Sriram Kalyanaraman graduated from IIT Madras in 2007 with a B.Tech degree in Computer Science. He has been associated with McKinsey since then, with a lot of ‘interesting’ breaks in between. Now he comes back to insti to recruit people… Continue Reading →

The Grad Guru : Karthik Abinav at University of Maryland, College Park

Note : Whenever I mean grad school, I am going to be referring to a PhD program. Though most of this advice also applies to MS programs, you should bear in mind that my focus is on PhD program. Since,… Continue Reading →

“Placements are like a Cricket test match” says Vaibhav Agarwal

  Vaibhav Agarwal is a 2014 Batch Computer Science Engineer of Godavari Hostel. A food maniac, ardent lover of Friends, he was one of the few people who you could find every evening without fail in the Godav quadi. A… Continue Reading →

Placement Guru : Smit Mehta at Google

  Smit Mehta was part of the Computer Science and Engineering class which graduated in 2014. He works as a software engineer for Google, at their London office.

The Start-up Guru: An interview with Vasan Sowriraja

Had issues trying to tell your stylist precisely how to have your hair done? Ever ended up buying a coveted compact online just to realise it doesn’t suit your skin tone at all? Well, that’s where software’s developed by Vasan Sowriraja comes… Continue Reading →

The Grad Guru: Vikram Rao at Cornell University

1. When did you decide to apply for further studies? I started leaning towards graduate studies during my first year at IITM. A summer school I attended at IISc during my second summer made me excited about a research area…. Continue Reading →

IIT Madras women rising the Hi-Tech Corporate Ladder

  As I look back, there is no doubt that IIT-M was a defining experience for me. I came to IIT-M from an all-girls’ school, so being one of only 2 women in my graduating year was a very different… Continue Reading →

Where is Wearable Technology Going? – My Vision for Lumos

Gandharv Bakshi is a Computer Science and Engineering graduate, Batch of 2005.  When I look at clothes and backpacks and curtains, I get the feeling that the entire apparel and accessories industry is stuck in the 19th century.

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