WALLDORF — SAP will host the third edition of its youth focused event – SAP Techniversity at Jaypee Institute of Information Technology in Noida on November 8, 2014. The day-long event will see over 2000 students from colleges across the National Capital Region (NCR) learn about the latest trends in technology and unwind though a variety of talent performances.
With Cloud as the theme, the event will feature four tracks – Innovative Cloud, Brain Cloud, Cloud Nine, and the Power Cloud. Technology focused sessions under the Brain Cloud will cover a broad range of relevant and timely topics such as ‘Mobility as a Platform for applications’; ‘The Internet of Things’; ‘Technology in Sports’; ‘In Memory Computing’; ‘The Criticality of Research in Technology’; and the ‘Neuroscience of Mindfulness’.
Students will also hear from speakers such as Ochintya Sharma, Vice President, Software Operations, Samsung India; Rohan Dixit, Founder, BrainBot; Pradeep Desai, Head of Software Centre of Excellence India, GE Global Research; Arnab Goswami; Editor-in-Chief and News anchor of news channel Times Now, as well as former India cricketer, Ajay Jadeja, besides local and global speakers from SAP.
“SAP is proud to bring the third edition of SAP Techniversity to the NCR region. As prominent event in our calendar, SAP Techniversity is designed to facilitate students to learn about the latest technology trends, get them to hear from leading technical minds and ignite their creativity,” said Dilipkumar Khandelwal, Managing Director, SAP Labs India.
Student attendees to the event will have a unique opportunity to participate and witness the SAP Lumira University Challenge in Innovative Cloud, an exclusive contest that allows university students to test drive SAP Lumira, a data visualization application to create stunning visualizations to depict data and tell a compelling story. For those who fancy themselves as entertainers, Cloud Nine is a chance to grab the spotlight, display their talent, savor the applause and walk away with goodies.
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