Flying Wing is the future of aviation. There is only one flying wing based aircraft in commercial existence (B2 Spirit). This Tailless aircraft boasts of much lesser empty weight and much lesser drag. But a flying wing is plagued with problems of stability and propulsion. The problem of power is going to become critical with time, so scientists around the world are trying to achieve what seemed impossible till now. We are glad to provide you this opportunity of mastering the skill of developing a flying wing. Be a part of this workshop to stay ahead of other who might try to capture the technology market of India. You will be learning how to design, build and fly the flying wing.
The registration fee for the workshop is INR 700.
Space exploration is in vogue, but the extreme pressure in undersea areas means our knowledge of the deepest reaches of the ocean floor is much lesser than that of space. Bringing exploration of uncharted regions much closer to home, National Students’ Space Challenge and SakRobotix present Waterbotix, a robotics workshop where students will learn the process of design and development of an Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV).
"This is paid workshop, and you will have to pay the workshop fee INR 700 in the arena at the time of fest."
The session will provide a hands-on training session on working with the open science data from LIGO. Learn an analogy as to how the raw signal from Gravitational waves was interpreted at LIGO observatory. The participant should have a laptop with Python package installed. In addition, the participant needs to install two Python modules, matplotlib and numpy.
The session will start with a brief introduction to gravitational waves and then a hands on data analysis tutorials will be provided.
Registration for the workshop will be take place in IIT Kharagpur (offline registration). There is a registration limit of 60 participants for this workshop (priority limit based on first come first serve basis). Participants must have Python installed in their laptop with the aforementioned modules.
High-altitude balloons are balloons, usually filled with helium or hydrogen, that are released into the stratosphere, generally attaining between 60,000 to 120,000 feet (18 to 37 km). The workshop provides the background necessary to design a payload with scientific goals, and to launch a HAB flight to upwards of ~20-30 km above the Earth's surface.
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