Event Date/Time: Mar 12, 2010
End Date/Time: Mar 13, 2010
Feb 13, 2010
Early Registration Date:
Mar 05, 2010
Abstract Submission Date:
Mar 05, 2010
Paper Submission Date:
Mar 13, 2010
The month of March at MIT means the witnessing of an illuminating, inspiring and interesting National Level Technical Symposium â€“ Flight! Drawing the most of technical minds across the Nation, Flight is one of the most creative Technical Symposia in the field of Aerospace. Students rattling their brains to battle a way to the solution for recent problems of aerospace industries, designers eager to display their handiwork in glider contests, students testing their whirling boomerangs, young astronauts launching rockets with water as fuel, wizards proving their designing capability using software packages and wow the list goes on!!!
Special guest lectures by renowned scientists from various research organizations enthrall the audience with their air of technical intelligence.
Flight thus unravels the hidden talents, answers many veiled curiosities, develops healthy relations among the future scientists of our Nation and above all, kindles the spirit to think more. Step into MIT on March 12-13, 2010 and feel it yourself.
* Project Expo
* CAD Modelling
* Technical Quiz
* Sky-dive â€“Glider Contest
* Paper Presentation
* Turbo-Raft â€“Mega Event
* Aeromodelling Workshop
* â€˜Pontâ€™ Me Up
The event provides a unique platform for the engineering students to exhibit their working model. Any contribution in engineering aspects to the sustainable development of aerospace society will be exhibited here. The event also promotes implementation of innovative ideas and physical principles.
* Maximum four per team from the same college are allowed to participate.
* The model should not be a replica of any other model in working.
* The abstract about the project should satisfy the following conditions:
1. Font Style : Times New Roman
2. Font Size : 12
3. Line Spacing : Single
* The participants must send a video of their working model along with the abstract of the project through e-mail (mentioned below)on/before March 3, 2010.
* 8 teams* will be selected at this stage
* Last date for intimation of your selection is March 6, 2010.
* Each team should be present at Rajam Hall, MIT Campus by 0830 hrs on March 12, 2010.
* Judgesâ€™ decision is final
* Number of would-be-selected teams depends on quality of the projects received
* This is NOT just a paper presentation, you have to demonstrate your WORKING MODEL.
* The participants should have fundamental knowledge in their area of work
* They should be able to clearly as well as precisely mention why they have taken up such a work
* They must be able to point out the basic parameters in their work which posed difficulty
* Their method of overcoming such difficulties must be explained in detail
* The short-term and long-term effects of their work in the corresponding field must be analyzed
* Cost-to-Benefit analysis of their work must be presented
* Presentation skills are also important