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Thanks Ilyas Khan, KSG, and congratulations to the team at Cambridge Quantum with Bob Coecke and Dimitrios Kartsaklis for the launch of the QNLP toolkit. Merck Group is happily supporting this as launch partner. Why? See the interview below mentioning what we did in QNLP with Dr. Harsha Gurulingappa and Insa M. Mohr together with our curious and pioneering students Friederike ButtShruti PistolwalaKevin ShenPhilipp ZentSebastian Soldner and E. Clarissa Anjani who did all the work.

Mixed reality is fascinating and I believe that the next generation of innovators will ask themselves how their parents and grandparents were able to work without it.  We’re in the midst of a digital transformation that’s fostering new types of creativity. I had a great time experiencing this innovative technology with my colleagues! Thank you Alina Hösch, Shruti Pistolwala, Ahmed Abdelhamid, Ahmed Saber Gomaa, and Chris Bentley.

This is very cool research supported by Merck Group and built on the foundational breakthroughs accomplished by Cambridge Quantum and Bob Coecke and his team. The report is available through the link in the short update below by Shruti Pistolwala and the researcher group that is really very laudable. Their conclusions are spot on - and in fact, the addressable market they identify is just one of many around the world that will transform as quantum NLP becomes tractable. Bob and his team have a very active few months ahead in terms of continuing to support the growing ecosystem for quantum computing more generally. I also want to acknowledge the pioneering support of Thomas Ehmer who was far-sighted enough to back the project. It's so exciting.

Do I want to be a shark?? Honored and excited to be representing Merck Group as a jury member tomorrow - where "our" team will present a really cool case. If you are curious, check out the following event from TUM Venture Labs. Cudos to my colleagues Dr. Harsha GurulingappaInsa M. MohrPhilipp Harbach, and Daniel Franke for shaping the case proposed by our team E. Clarissa AnjaniFriederike ButtKevin Shen, Sebastian Soldner, Philipp Zent, and Shruti Pistolwala, and thanks to Bob Coecke for initial inspiration.

Smart India Hackathon 2018 is a non-stop digital product development competition, where problems are posed to technology students for innovative solutions.  The new Hardware Edition will be a Hackathon where teams will be work for 5 straight days and build their hardware solutions. This competition would be limited to only 5 nodal centers with 20-25 teams.

In this paper,  the design of an efficient and comfortable option to commercial exoskeletons. Exoskeleton here refers to any wearable framework on the human body which eases and supports the muscles to perform work with lesser strain and greater comfort, using mechanical actuators and electrical power. Once successfully made, this can be extended to a larger scale and domestic uses as well.

Telemedicine is the confluence of telecommunication technology and medicine. The objective is to develop a low-cost proof of concept of the same, to be implemented in rural areas with minimum access to healthcare facilities. The proposed system consists of biomedical sensors interfaced with embedded technology to read vital information of the patient and store it in a database. This is available to be accessed by a specialist based in a city hospital for remote diagnosis and suggested further treatment.

In Indian classical music, there are seven fundamental musical notes known as Swaras. They are namely, “Sa”, “Re”, “Ga”,“Ma”,“Pa”, “Dha”, “Ni”. In this paper, a digital piano has been designed using a micro controller. It comprises of eight keys for the above notes, along with an eighth note, the upper “Sa”.  It is a minimal and easy-to-use piano interfaced with an LCD to provide the user with a visual indication of the Swara being played. The wave forms can be observed on an oscilloscope and varied for better understanding for the learner. This instrument can also be developed further to form a robust system with more notes and wave forms.

Telemedicine is the confluence of telecommunication technology and medicine. The objective is to low-cost proof of concept of the same, to be implemented in rural areas with minimum access to healthcare facilities. The proposed system consists of biomedical sensors interfaced with embedded technology to read vital information of student and store it in the database.

DJ Strike’ a mentor-ship program and an initiative which is held in D. J. Sanghvi college to showcase student’s projects. Teams comprising of second year and third year students were given an opportunity to create industrial level projects under the guidance of BE mentors as well as a faculty mentor. Their papers were published in our DJ Strike journal, which has a recognized ISBN number.

Mr. Amit Burde talking good things about Shruti Pistolwala. Special thanks to Amit for such wonderful description.

Invited as a judge for a technical state level project competition DJ Strike 2019.

So well written and described. Special thanks to Sameer it means a lot.

 

VPS TecHub provides the simplest solution in digitizing medical records. It also manages medical records efficiently  and effectively. The VPS TecHub’s Medical Management tools-  VPS Hospital Management System (HMS)  and VPS Clinical Management System (VCM) .

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