Welcome to this one of a kind contest, a rare event among college fests. IISc Exhibitions is a part of the science and technology events of Pravega 2022. The aim of the event is to poke your curiosity in science and technology through various exhibits and demonstrations. IISc Exhibitions is a unique initiative to bring out the hidden scientists in all of us. Candidates are invited to present working exhibits, and/or simulations to solve a novel/real world problem through holistic approach.
Structure of the event
- Participants will be required to present their exhibits in a live online session on 20th or the 21st August, where they would have to explain the working and how their model solves a novel/real world problem.
- The top 5 teams would be selected, based on, but not limited to, their idea, innovation and presentation.
- The selected teams would showcase their exhibits at IISc Bangalore during Pravega where their ranks would be declared and prizes would be awarded. Details will be informed in due time.
- Interested students from High School to 3rd year Undergraduate.
- Registration as a team is mandatory. Individual entries are not allowed. Teams should consist of at most 3 students. Cross institution teams are allowed.
- Each team member should possess a valid student ID card, issued by their institutions.
- Prizes to be awarded from a pool of 20k
- Certificates of participation would be provided to all participants.
- Certificates of merit would be provided to the top 5 teams indicating the position secured
- The participants are required to abide by the above rules and regulations. They will be informed of any changes made in the rules and regulations.
- Organizers reserve the right to change the rules and regulations at any point of time. In case of any conflict, the organizer's decision is final and binding.
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Curious about the background video?
The spooky pattern that appears on the screen is when someone fires electrons through two slits separated slightly. First demonstrated by Thomas Young, it is one of the fundamental examples of quantum theory. The pattern would not appear if you throw billiard balls through two holes. This suggests electrons do not act like classical particles, a great clue to leap into the quantum realm.For more information on Double Slit pattern, visit this resource by MIT