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Amrita Faculty Member Nominated as Intel IoT Innovator

March 17, 2018 - 3:51
Amrita Faculty Member Nominated as Intel IoT Innovator

Dr. Shriram K. Vasudevan, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore campus, has been nominated as an Intel Internet of Things (IoT) Innovator.

The benefits of being an IoT Innovator are: post-and pre-production hardware, as available; monthly meetings with Intel (for IoT Innovators under NDA), licenses to Intel tools; travel reimbursement for attending trade events; 1:1 access to Intel experts, including product engineers and management; mutual support in a community of like-minded developers who rely more on collective knowledge; dedicated on-site or virtual hands-on training by Intel engineers for IoT Innovators; quarterly certificate of participation recognizing the impact on the IoT developer community and support for the professional portfolio as an active developer community advocate by creating Innovator profile on various Intel sites and through professional editorials and videos.

The IoT track of the Intel® Software Innovator program is actively recruiting A-list developers to share their talents and vision, and in the process help nurture and inspire an up-and-coming generation of IoT developers in the local community and expand it to global needs. In return, Intel provides professional exposure, on-site or virtual hands-on training by Intel engineers and IoT resources & licenses of Intel tools for projects in IoT development at Amrita mentored by the innovator. This prestigious developer advocacy program also provides speakership opportunities, international and national conference travel sponsorship and other formal engagements for its IoT Innovators.

Earlier, Dr. Shriram K. V. had mentored student teams from Amrita, who secured top honors in Cisco Ideate Digital India Challenge, GE Digital Industrial IoT Hackathon and Deloitte Innovation award in Smart India 2017 hackathon.

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