DTU Times interviewed Prof. Rajiv Dubey and Mr. Stephen Sundarrao, who were at DTU for NFEST 2018.
An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Prof. Rajiv Dubey is a Professor and the Department Chair at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Florida. He is also the director of the Centre for Assistive, Rehabilitation and Robotics Technologies.
Mr. Stephen Sundarrao is the Associate Director of the Centre for Assistive, Rehabilitation and Robotics Technologies at the University of South Florida.
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DTU Times interviewed Dr. Abdennasser Fakri, who was in DTU as a keynote speaker in NFEST 2018.
Dr. Fakri is an Associate Professor at the Department of Industrial Systems and a member of the ISYS Lab in École Supérieure d’Ingénieurs en Électrotechnique et Électronique (ESIEE), Paris.
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DTU Times interviewed Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Borutzsky, who was in DTU as a keynote speaker in NFEST 2018.
Dr. Borutzky is a professor of modelling and simulation of engineering systems at Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences. He is a member of ASIM, the simulation society of Austria, Germany and Switzerland, and has contributed refereed papers to international conferences; notably the International Conference on Bond Graph Modelling and Simulation.
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Name: Ayush Aggarwal
Company Name: Amazon
Profile: Software Development Engineer
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DTU Times interviewed G Next Media producers Balwinder Singh and Arshadeep Kaur, who were at Yuvaan to talk about the media and journalism.
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On the 18th day of June this year, a mad rush will commence. As the results of JEE advanced are ready to be released tomorrow (unless “technical difficulties” occur), it is natural for all the aspiring engineers to feel the pressure. As a senior I can say that I’ve been in your place too and I felt the same anxiety as I was waiting for my result to come out. My peers were too!
Such has been the anxiety this year, that we at DTU Times have been getting frequent enquiries about the JEE Advanced result and admissions procedure. While you read this article, some families are sitting in a “puja” and praying to Goddess Saraswati, hoping for the best for their children. Some are busy donating things to those in need. Meanwhile, in some households sit children fuming at their relatives for pestering them about results on a daily basis. Long story short – IT’S HARD TO KEEP CALM!
By this time tomorrow, students would have mentally decided on the college of their choice.
By this time tomorrow, families will unite and celebrate. Celebrate because you did a fantastic job coping with the pressure of working hard these two years of your life. These two years make or break a student’s future – they say. They will celebrate because you’re taking a leap forward – a giant leap towards shaping your career. Celebrate because you deserve to bask in the glory of having lived through those two years. It doesn’t matter whether you end up getting a good rank or not. You already are one of the few top scorers who were eligible to sit for this exam. Most of you, going by the marks obtained in JEE Mains, already know you’re going to a good institute with certainty. Rest assured, DTU is all set to recruit the new batch of 2015-16 and once you step into the college grounds, there is no turning back. Life will begin in true means so good luck!