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‘Cyber Attacks: Beating the Bad Guys’ is the theme of 2nd session under ‘Tech Talk’ series on May 2

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‘Tech Talk’, the new series of online conversations with world’s top scholars, thought leaders and experts started by Plaksha University, Gurugram will be available for free online to interested students.

The second session is scheduled to go live on May 2, 2020 with Dr. Rajeev Barua, Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor at the University of Maryland and Founder & CEO, SecondWrite Inc. Dr. Barua is a Ph.D. from MIT who had received the President of India Gold Medal for graduating from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi with the highest GPA in the University that year. He will share his thoughts on ‘Cyber Attacks: Beating the Bad Guys’. Interested students can register by logging on to https://bit.ly/plakshatechtalks2. The session will be available over Zoom for free.

Topic – Cyber Attacks: Beating the Bad Guys

Date – Saturday, May 2, 2020

Time – 6:30 – 7:30 PM (IST)

Register here – https://bit.ly/plakshatechtalks2

 In the first session of this series, Dr. Sanjay Sarma, Vice-President for Open Learning, MIT, discussed the need to ‘reboot higher education’. Dr. Sarma, the founder of the Auto-ID lab at MIT which is known to have coined the phrase ‘Internet of Things’, shared his thoughts on how COVID-19 has challenged the traditional classroom, forced global educational institutions to pivot to a fully-online delivery mode and made experts debate about the importance of ‘blended learning’. Describing disruptions in education and other fields as ‘part of the future’ and an opportunity, he said, “The colleges that will survive will be the ones that take advantage of proximity to create classroom scenarios which cannot be duplicated online.”

Commenting on the launch of this series,  Vineet Gupta, Founder & Trustee, Plaksha University, said, “Tday’s uncertain times call for a redefinition of the boundaries of engineering education and a need to align them with global grand challenges. With Plaksha University, our aim to is to create a new generation of engineers through a tech-first but multi-disciplinary approach to education, who solve critical challenges of our times,” he added.

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