"You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last you create what you will" quoted George Bernard Shaw.
Engineering has been the natural form of expression for creators over the past century, breathing life and inspiration into the human race. To defy convention, to change age old perceptions, to capture the pulse of today's crowd, a new breed of engineers that can think out of the widely quoted "box" is required. This has been the crux of Probe - the genre defining symposium conducted by the Electronics and Communication department of NIT Trichy. Probe is much more than the oeuvre of diverse workshops, myriad challenging events and illuminating guest lectures; it is the living breathing testimony of the spirit and creativity of an Electronics Engineer.
PROBE had its modest beginnings in 1992 as a way for the electronics buffs all over the country to exchange ideas and has now grown into a techathlon that boasts participation from not only Indian students but also those in the Gulf, Singapore, Japan, Europe to name a few. With a milieu of activities and workshops under its canopy, Probe is a "one-size-fits-all". Not only is Probe known for providing the eclectic mix of challenging events right from Bulls Eye and Embedtronix expanding right up to Great Ideas Challenge for young innovators, but also makes way for MATLAB coders and quizomaniacs in the form of MATRIX and PROBE Quiz. Participation in Probe's industry oriented workshops including Atmel, Cisco, National Instruments, Cypress Semiconductors, Intel and Schneider Electric is another experience that one must never miss.
PROBE has witnessed several dignitaries from the field of Research such as Mrs Anuradha (Project leader of ISRO) and Mr.Manickavasagam (Head of Weapons Division DRDL), Dr .V.Natarajan, Joint Director of Naval Physical and Oceanographic Laboratory, Defence Research and Development Organisation, Cochin.
Talent has no unit of measurement except for the amalgamation of the passionately curious that one achieves at various platforms. Probe is one such platform internationally recognized with diverse range of participants and exciting prizes. Earlier editions of Probe have nurtured a lot of young minds towards electronics. In this edition, you will have a lot more to rejoice with a multitude of events questioning your intellect and learning.
The most recent edition of Probe has been lit with Makethon from Samsung and TI Innovation Challenge. Successful teams of Makethon have been rewarded with internships at Samsung. We are grateful to the giants of the industry who have humbly supported us to coordinate and organize things scaling up levels of participation and international recognition. To rightly evaluate your efforts, the stalwarts of various fields have consented to be the judges. What more is stopping you to be a part of this grand arrangement? Registrations for Events have begun, prepare yourself for an experience like no other.
PROBE - The Annual National Techno-Symposium of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, NITT attracts more than 1000 students and provides them a platform to learn, explore and network.Over the past 26 years, PROBE has collaborated with several industry giants such as Atmel, National Instruments, CISCO, Synopsys, Cypress Semiconductors, Mathworks, Intel, Infysec,Samsung and Texas Instruments through mutually beneficial deals and has pulled off some of the best workshops in South India. Our workshops stand alone in terms of the unique exposure they provide to the learning community. The footfall for each workshop we conduct stands as a testimony to this fact. We have students from all across the state yielding at least 50 to 60 individual registrations for each workshop. Thus our workshops present a diverse spectrum of tech audience for the sponsor companies. Workshops form an integral part of PROBE. They provide a unique learning platform that puts together the need of the industry and curiosity of young minds, helping them ideate for the technology of the future.Explore More