January 6, 2021

AICTE -Sponsored Short Term Training Programme

By MVJCE

Phase-II : AICTE-Sponsored Short Term Training Programme (STTP)  on ‘Research Challenges and Emerging Trends in Ontology and Data Science for Deep Learning’

Date of the Event7.12.2020 to 12.12.2020 ( Phase-II) 
Title of the EventAICTE-Sponsored Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on ‘Research Challenges and Emerging Trends in Ontology and Data Science for Deep Learning’
Organized by Jointly organized by AICTE, New Delhi, and Dept. of Information Science and Engineering along with IQAC, MVJCE, Bangalore
Name of the Chief Guest & Keynote Speaker·         Dr.K.Vivekanandan, Registrar & Dean(Students),  Professor, Dept. of CSE, Pondicherry Engineering College, Puducherry.
Name of the Resource Speaker·         Dr. P Radha Krishna , Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Warangal.·         Dr. Sarbani Roy, Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Jadavpur University, West Bengal.·         Mr. Subhayan Bhattacharya, System Engineer, Tata Consultancy Services, Kolkata, West Bengal·         Dr. Sarika Jain, Assistant Professor,  Department of Computer Applications, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra.·         Dr. Sanju Tiwari, Former Postdoctoral Researcher of Ontology Engineering Group, Madrid, Spain.·         Dr. Rathinaraja, Assistant Professor (Senior Grade 1), School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT-AP VIT, Andhra Pradesh.·         Mr. Muthu Kumar H.S, Founder and CEO, Megam Solutions, Chennai.·         Dr. P. Ganesh Kumar, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Information Technology, Anna University, Regional Centre Coimbatore.·         Mr. Devadasan Kizhapat, Founder & CTO, Unpickle Analytics·         Mr. Nikesh Gabriel , Director of Analytics & Data Science at Meredith Corporation.·         Dr. Anand Kumar, Assistant Professor (Grade I) , Dept of IT, NIT Surathkal·         Dr. S. Lovelyn Rose, Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore.

The Department of Information Science and Engineering along with IQAC, MVJCE, have  organized Phase-II of the AICTE-Sponsored Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on ‘Research Challenges and Emerging Trends in Ontology and Data Science for Deep Learning’, from 7th December to 12thDecember 2020. The purpose of this short-term training program was to enhance the skill set and knowledge of the faculty members, Research Scholars, and Industry professionals in areas like Bigdata, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Ontology, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science. 87 participants from various academic institutions and industries registered for the programme.

Topics of the STTP:

  • Data Mining using Weka and Orange
  • Social Network Analysis for Big Data
  • Ontology
  • Ontology and Automation
  • Big data Analytic
  • AI and Automation
  • Data Science – The Emerging Trend
  • Machine Learning for Industrial Consultancy
  • Big Data in Industry
  • Natural Language Processing for Big Data
  • Deep Learning – Basics and Algorithms
  • Research challenges in Deep Learning

The Phase-II of the STTP was inaugurated by Dr. P Mahabaleswarappa, Principal, MVJCE, on 7th December 2020. On behalf of the Management and the Institution, the Principal welcomed Vice Principal of MVJCE, COE & Registrar of MVJCE, Chief Guest of the STTP-Phase-II  Dr.K.Vivekanandan, Registrar & Dean(Students),  Professor, Dept. of CSE, Pondicherry Engineering College, Puducherry, all the participants and Resource Speakers to the Short-term Training Programme (STTP) on ‘Research Challenges and Emerging Trends in Ontology and Data Science for Deep Learning’. In the welcome address, Sir has mentioned that considering the present research interest areas, the topic of the training program is very apt. He added that Ontology is mainly concerned with organizing data into information and knowledge, using which we can solve various problems in our domain.

The Chief Guest of the STTP,  Dr.K.Vivekanandan delivered a keynote session. In his keynote session, he has mentioned that Ontological Modeling can help the cognitive AI or machine learning model by broadening its’ scope. They can include any data type or variation and set each diver data to a specific task. Furthermore, it supports unstructured, semi-structured, or structured data format—thus enabling smoother data integration. It can include each aspect of the data modeling process, beginning as schemas at the initial level. Therefore, they can address the vast data used as input for machine learning training or spew as results.

07.12.2020 – Session 1:

On 7.12.2020, Session 1 was conducted by   Dr. P Radha Krishna , Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Warangal on the topic “Data Mining using Weka & Orange”. During the lecture session sir has discussed about following topics:

  • Data Mining Tasks
  • Various Mining concepts
  • Classifying Learning Problems
  • Various Association rules
  • Various Clustering Methods
  • Demonstration of Weka Tool

07.12.2020- Session 2:

Session 2 was conducted by   Dr. Sarbani Roy, Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Jadavpur University, West Bengal.&Mr. Subhayan Bhattacharya, System Engineer, Tata Consultancy Services, Kolkata, West Bengal on the topic “Social Network Analysis for Big Data”. Dr. Sarbani Roy delivered lecture on following topics:

  • SNA & Business
  • Relation of SNA with Bigdata
  • Distributed Framework
  • Distributed solution for Bigdata handling
  • Betweenness Centrality
  • PageRank for Centrality Measure

Mr. Subhayan Bhattacharya conducted practical session on “Social Network Analysis for Big Data” where he has discussed following points:

08.12.2020- Session 1:

On 8.12.2020, Session 1 was conducted by   Dr. Sarika Jain, Assistant Professor,  Department of Computer Applications, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, on the topic “Ontology”. During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Semantic web
  • Application of Semantic web
  • Contrast between ML/AI & DS
  • AmI pipeline for Ontology
  • Paradigms in ANI research
  • Hybrid Model

08.12.2020- Session 2:

Session 2 was conducted by   Dr. Sanju Tiwari, Senior Researcher,  at Autonomous University of Tamaulipas, Mexico, on the topic “Ontology & Automation”. During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Why web of data over documents?
  • WoD layers
  • Developing Ontologies
  • Demonstration Session on Creating Ontology in Protégé, Evaluation , visualization of ontology
  • Demonstration Session on Publishing on LOD Cloud

09.12.2020- Session 1:

On 9.12.2020, Session 1 was conducted by   Dr. Rathinaraja, Assistant Professor (Senior Grade 1), School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT-AP VIT, Andhra Pradesh, on the topic “Big data Analytic”. During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Data Mining Vs Bigdata
  • Data Modeling
  • Machine Learning concepts
  • Data Analytics
  • Purpose of Data analytics
  • AI Perspective
  • Bigdata in Business
  • Why to store & process Bigdata

09.12.2020- Session 2:

Session 2 was conducted by   Mr. Muthu Kumar H.S, Founder and CEO, Megam Solutions, Chennai., on the topic “AI & Automation”. During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Predictive analytics in AI
  • Evolution of Digitization
  • Key Automation Technologies
  • Industry wise use cases
  • Automation with proven technologies

10.12.2020- Session 1:

On 10.12.2020, Session 1 was conducted by Dr. P. Ganesh Kumar, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Information Technology, Anna University, Regional Centre Coimbatore, on the topic “Machine Learning for Industrial Consultancy”. During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Machine Learning Vs Human Learning
  • Machine learning based data analysis
  • Statistics based Machine learning algorithms
  • Neural network & Deep learning framework
  • Fuzzy Expert System
  • Industrial Consultancy work in Machine Learning area

10.12.2020– Session 2:

Session 2 was conducted by   Mr. Devadasan Kizhapat, Founder & CTO, Unpickle Analytics,  on the topic “Data Science – The Emerging Trend”. During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Introduction to Bigdata
  • Bigdata essentials
  • Data Science Role
  • Relation of Bigdata & Data Science
  • Graph Analytics
  • Cloud Computing & Edge Computing w.r.to Data Science

11.12.2020- Session 1:

On 11.12.2020, Session 1 was conducted by             Mr. Nikesh Gabriel , Director of Analytics & Data Science at Meredith Corporation on the topic “Big Data in Industry”.  During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Impact of Bigdata in Industry
  • Various Use-cases w.r.to Bigdata in Industry
  • Process Model
  • Demonstration on application of Bigdata in Industry

11.12.2020- Session 2:

Session 2 was conducted by Dr. Anand Kumar, Assistant Professor (Grade I) , Dept of IT, NIT Surathkal on the topic “Natural Language Processing for Big Data”. During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Introduction to Natural language processing
  • Research Scope in Natural language processing
  • Natural Language vs Programming language
  • Steps of NLP
  • Morphology
  • Application of Natural Language Processing

12.12.2020- Session 1:

On 12.12.2020, Session 1 was conducted by Dr. S. Lovelyn Rose, Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore on the topic “Deep Learning – Basics & Algorithms” . During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • Unstructured Data Set
  • Structured Data Set
  • ANN Model
  • Linear Vs Non-linear data set
  • Demonstration of Deep Learning algorithms

12.12.2020- Session 2:

Session 2 was conducted by   Dr. Anand Kumar, Assistant Professor (Grade I) , Dept of IT, NIT Surathkal on the topic “Research challenges in Deep Learning”. During the lecture session , following topics were discussed:

  • NLP Application & Challenges
  • Social Media Text Challenges
  • Research Progress in Deep Learning
  • Deep Learning for NLP
  • Demonstration session

The programme was concluded with vote of thanks by Dr. Sanchari Saha, HOD, Dept. of ISE, MVJCE.

At the end of the program, a test was conducted for the participants for distribution of the certificates.

Outcome of the event:

The STTP provided inputs to the participants on various research domains which will enhance their ability to work in interdisciplinary areas. It will boost their research ability and also enhance their confidence to contribute in seminars / conferences / workshops, as Resource Persons.

Links for the STTP Phase-II Details in MVJCE Official Social Media:

Facebook: https://bit.ly/379EnWO

Twitter: https://bit.ly/3m04F3R

LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3l26Anb

Instagram: https://bit.ly/3m6rvqI