Engaging computer engineers, scientists, academia, and industry professionals from all areas of computing, the IEEE Computer Society (CS) sets the standard for the education and engagement that fuels continued global technological advancement. Through conferences, publications, and programs, and by bringing together computer science and engineering leaders at every phase of their career for dialogue, debate, and collaboration, IEEE CS empowers, shapes, and guides the future of not only its members, but the greater industry, enabling new opportunities to better serve our world.
CS IEEE SB GCEK conducted SIMILIS, a 24 hours web development competition to bring out the creative web designer in members which is conducted on 30th April 2022.
Computer Society of IEEE SB GCEK conducted an orientation session on May 9, 2022, at 08:00 pm through the Google Meet platform. The session was handled by Sandeep E P, Membership Development Coordinator, IEEE CS Kerala Chapter.
Computer Society of IEEE SB GCEK conducted the most awaited output prediction competition, PREDIRE, on 28 June 2022, Tuesday, which was conducted in CSE Seminar Hall.
Computer Society of IEEE SB GCEK conducted Odyssey on 06 September 2022. The event was an interesting online treasure hunt competition which was conducted by Google Forms. The event was conducted under the Xtemify event series.
Computer Society of IEEE SB GCEK conducted Algora, which was a week-long event starting on 24 September 2022. The event was an output prediction and algorithm identification event.
Computer Society of IEEE SB GCEK conducted CodeIt, an online coding competition, under Xtremify, to get started with the preparations for Xtreme 2022 which is conducted on 8th November 2022.
Amaze'22 is a student-run hackathon conducted Computer Society of IEEE SB GCEK in collaboration with MuLearn GCEK. We wanted to provide students with a platform to showcase their skills and talents, learn something new, and make a difference in the world. The hackathon was open to any undergraduate students, who could compete as a group of four. It was conducted in two rounds, where the participants were asked to submit the abstract of the problem they were going to solve in the domains of agriculture, education, health and accessibility. From these, ten participants were shortlisted for the final round, which was the 24-hour offline hackathon, which began on November 19 at 10:00 am and concluded on November 20 at 01:00 pm.
Computer Society of IEEE SB GCEK conducted DeCode, an online reverse coding competition, under Lollapalooza 3.0 on 24 December 2022.