The forum's activities span a broad range of verticals:
Design is the seed corn for industrial development. Ideas may remain as ideas if not for design that realizes their true potential. Design brings ideas to fruition and puts products into the hands of consumers.
Indian Engineering Design Forum (IEDF) has been established to encourage innovation in engineeering design for the Indian context. It is a platform that facilitates young and experienced engineers to connect, collaborate and innovate. Being committed to education, the forum gives due importance to career growth and self-development. Polytechnic students, engineering undergraduates and working professionals will benefit directly from the forum's activities. The forum's advisory board of experienced and eminent engineers will offer technical and career guidance.
This website showcases design trends, news and events from around the world. It includes directories of engineering colleges, societies and regulatory bodies. The forum's blog will be supplemented by an e-newsletter to be distributed periodically.
Memberships is free for all. So, what are you waiting for? Register and get connected now.
A series of short workshops aimed at improving
reading, writing and speaking skills.
For engineers, designers and students.
Sessions will be a mix of structured content and informal discussions. Interactive exercises and group activities will attempt to mimic real-life workplace scenarios. These scenarios will have engineering content.
Workshops are free but advance registration is a must. For details and registration, visit http://english-for-engineers.doattend.com/
- 20 December 2014, Saturday, 3pm - 5pm
- 10 January 2015, Saturday, 3pm - 5pm
- 24 January 2015, Saturday, 3pm - 5pm
- 14 February 2015, Saturday, 3pm - 5pm
- 28 February 2015, Saturday, 3pm - 5pm
- 14 March 2015, Saturday, 3pm - 5pm
- 28 March 2015, Saturday, 3pm - 5pm
- 3347/A, 13th MAIN, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bangalore
December 6, 2014
Park Plaza Hotel, Bangalore
India's biggest and most popular startup conference and will bring together amazing entrepreneurs, investors and geeks.
December 11, 2014
One Day Workshop on Increasing Efficiency and Throughput Using Data Science.
December 11-12, 2014
Le Meridien, New Delhi
The conference for technologists and technocrats.
Hackathon for creating applications based on the Aadhaar platform. Ideate, build and deliver your app in 24 hours.
This is a great opportunity where you will be in a room with your peers and mentors, including tech experts who created Aadhaar! Your interaction with them will help you refine your ideas.
- Registration and event page
- Last date for registration: 4 Jan 2015
- Event dates: 10-11 Jan 2015
- Venue: Khosla Labs, Bangalore
Author: Mark Hatch
Publisher: McGraw-Hiil Education, 2014
We are living in an age where almost anybody with an idea and the will to execute can convert that idea into a working prototype and start a successful business. Gone are the days when production was controlled in the hands of a few wealthy capitalists. While profits drive businesses, it equally matters today to have passion and pride.
Mark Hatch is one of the leading proponents of the maker movement that is now sweeping across many countries. A former Green Beret, he is also the CEO and Co-Founder of TechShop, one of the biggest maker communities in the world. It is therefore fitting that he should write this book. The book is packed with stories that show how the movement has transformed common people, including the next-door-neighbour variety, into successful business men and women.