CSE Events-Webinar on Innovation, Problem Solving, Challenges and the way Forward

Webinar on Innovation, Problem Solving, Challenges and the way Forward

The problem designers, business owners, and engineers face today are in a whole new level of scale compared to the challenges we’ve faced in the past few decades. In a largely globalized world, where the changes in economic and natural resources can be felt halfway around the globe, our challenges are becoming more intertwined with the systems that connect us all. To solve the new wave of problems we face today and, in the future, we need a new kind of thinking, a new approach towards innovation. In this context Mr. Hetal Rach, CEO, AIC-MCU spokes the Design Thinking is a large part of that new approach towards innovation, as it allows people, teams, and organizations to have a human-centered perspective, and yet a scientific approach, towards solving a problem.

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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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