One day Workshop on Introduction to Deep Learning using Tensorflow.
"Hands on Introduction to Deep Learning using Tensorflow". This will be a practical Hands On session and will be requiring the prerequisite of Python programming. If they are not yet introduced to python or want to revisit it, they may go through the bellow link to get a basic understanding.

Participants need to carry their laptop

Allocated Time - 6 hours

Tentative Schedule of the event:

9:00 AM to 9:30 AM Registration
9:30 AM to 9:40 AM Inauguration
09:40 AM to 10:45 Session1 [Basic of DNN]
Introduction.
Simple neuron models.
Deep Neural network.
Building Blocks of NN.
10: 45 AM to 11:00 AM Morning Tea and snacks
11: 00 AM to 1:00 PM Session1 [Basic of DNN 2]
Feed Forward.
Backpropagation.
Momentum and learning.
Introduction to CNN
Introduction to RNN
Various State of the is models.
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Lunch.
02: 30 PM to 4: 00 PM
Tensor flow and Colab.
First Keras introduction.Hand-on session on tensor flow and keras.
04: 00 PM to 04:15 PM Evening Tea and snacks
4:15: PM to 5: 30 PM.
First Keras introduction.Hand-on session on tensor flow and keras.
Introduction to Generative models.

Sarthak Gupta: Sarthak Gupta is currently Graduate student at IISc, Bangalore in Electronic Systems Engineering. He has worked in Texas Instruments, Bangalore as Design Engineer for approx 2 years. His research interest include hardware implementation of machine learning algorithms. He has also authored book “Getting Started with Tiva ARM Cortex M4 Microcontrollers” published by Springer Publication.He is currently working on the analog implementation of recurrent neural networks with on-chip online and local learning

Saurabh Gupta: has worked in Bharat Electronics Ltd. Bangalore as design engineer for 3 years. His research interest include deep learning for biomedical applications, mixed mode VLSI circuit design,processor and FPGA designs and software design for communication networks. He has authored paper in VLSID 2019 conference. He is also selected among 10 international candidates to represent at Youth Workshops in computational science and technology at ​ RIKEN Center for Computational Science (R-CCS) , Kobe, Japan. He is currently working on development of low cost portable Ultrasound imaging system designed specifically to address health care issues in developing countries.

Other research scholars IISc.

Registration Fee:

Non-IEEE Normal: Rs. 2000
Non-IEEE (Students/Faculty/Startup): Rs 1500
IEEE members: Rs. 1200


The registration includes kit, lunch/tea etc
A participation certificate will be given

Payment Details: Please pay in favor of IEEE-IISc student branch payable preferably by NEFT at Canara Bank, IISc; A/c No: 0683101026570; IFSC Code: CNRB0000683. For other payment options including on-the-spot registration

Please contact the organizers.


Coordinator:
Dr.T.Srinivas, (IEEE-IISc Branch counselor), (tsrinu.iisc@gmail.com)
Kundan Kumar, IISc, (kundankumar@ieee.org)
Ritesh Kumar,IEEE-IISc, (riteshkumar@iisc.ac.in)


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