Online Workshop on GOLANG

Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized a online workshop on "GOLANG” under IEEE student Branch, KEC on 9th October 2021. Mr. Surendra Tiwari (Software Consultant, Signalwire) was invited to address the students on GOLANG. Speaker motivated students to learn GOLANG for Software application & development and also about the job opportunities.


Blockchain - The revolutionary technology impacting different industries miraculously

An interactive workshop "Blockchain & its Technology" was organized by Department of Computer Science & Engineering under IEEE Student Chapter on 7th Feb.,2020. Mr. Anuj Kumar Garg, B & T Leader from IBM Services took the session on blockchain & its real world examples. Students from 3rd year & 4th year actively participated in the session. He explained various aspects of blockchain like consensus, digital signature, Bitcoin etc. among students. He also enabled the students to relate blockchain technology in real life by giving various examples like electronic medical information system etc.


Workshop on Information Security Awareness

Department of Computer Science and Engineering in association with Department of Information Technology has conducted one day workshop- “Information Security Awareness” on January 24, 2020 for IT (All Students), CSE and ECE 3rd Year students.
Dr. Neha Bajpai, Principal Technical Officer, CDAC, Noida discussed about “Information Security Awareness”. She mentioned that Information security awareness is an evolving part of information security that focuses on raising consciousness regarding potential risks of the rapidly evolving forms of information and the rapidly evolving threats to that information which target human behavior. As threats have matured and information has increased in value, attackers have increased their capabilities and expanded to broader intentions, developed more attack methods and methodologies and are acting on more diverse motives. As information security controls and processes have matured, attacks have matured to circumvent controls and processes.


Workshop on Collaboration to Enhance Quality of Research in Academic

IEEE Student Chapter KEC organized an International Workshop on "Collaboration to Enhance Quality of Research in Academic" on 11th Dec 2019.
Prof. John Thompson and Dr. Zeinalighayeshghoorshagh Mehdi, University of Edinburgh interacts with faculty members and Head of Departments during this workshop.
They share various aspects of effective research work. They also explain their various research works among faculties.



Department of Computer Science & Engineering has conducted an interactive workhop on MACHINE LEARNING on 24th September 2019 by Mr Parikh Jain who is the co-founder of the wonderful CODING NINJAS.


Workshop on Blockchain Technology

Department of Computer Science & Engineering has conducted an interactive workhop on Blockchain Technology on 23th September 2019.
Blockchain is one of the important topics which is gaining a lot of attention of the people nowadays but they didn't know what exactly it does and how it works and for that there was workshop held in our college on blockchain Technology.


Two days Workshop on Python

Department of Computer Science & Engineering has conducted a Two days Workshop on Python under IEEE STUDENT CHAPTER KRISHNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE from 23rd to 24th August 2019


International Workshop on “Emerging Trends in Computer Science”. Speaker Dr. A.P. Pljonkin from Southern federal university, Russia (5th & 6th Feb 2018).

He gave a wonderful description about various emerging technologies in computer Science.Emerging Trends in Computing, Informatics, Systems Sciences, and Engineering includes a set of rigorously reviewed world-class manuscripts addressing and detailing state-of-the-art research projects in the areas of  Industrial Electronics, Technology & Automation, Telecommunications and Networking, Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering, Engineering Education, Instructional Technology, Assessment, and E-learning.


Workshop on “Wireless Communication (IOT) “. Speaker Dr.Mohd Helmy Abd Wahab, from University Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia (8th Feb 2018).

Dr. Mohd Helmy Abd Wahab delivered an impressive lecture on various techniques used in wireless communications.Wireless communication system is the essential part of IoT infrastructure, which acts as the bridge for dual directional communication for data collection and control message delivery. It can be applied to various IoT applications, including mission critical industries, such as power grid, oil field, and cases in our routine life like the smart city. The Wireless Communication for IoT project is a worldwide project led by IBM Research China.


Workshop on “ETHICAL HACKING” (19th & 20th April 2018).

Students delivered lectures on emerging technologies used in hacking. It was a wonderful session for the individuals having keen interest in hacking. They explained strong concepts of ethical Hacking sometimes called as Penetration Testing which is an act of intruding/penetrating into system or networks to find out threats, vulnerabilities in those systems which a malicious attacker may find and exploit causing loss of data, financial loss or other major damages.  The purpose of ethical hacking is to improve the security of the network or systems by fixing the vulnerabilities found during testing.

Workshop on “Problem Solving using Neural Network Toolbox in MATLAB” (4th May 2018). The session was taken by Dr. Pradeep Kumar Singh, Jaypee University of Information Technology, Himachal Pradesh,India.

The workshop is based on the techniques inspired by research into the functioning of the human brain using artificial neural network. These powerful problem solvers are highly effective where traditional, formal analysis would be difficult or impossible. Their strength lies in their ability to make sense out of complex, noisy, or nonlinear data. Neural networks can provide robust solutions to problems in a wide range of disciplines, particularly areas involving classification, prediction, filtering, optimization, pattern recognition, and function approximation.