My Proposal for CalibrateSDR has been accepted for Google Summer of Code under AerospaceResearch organization. The project revolves around digital signal processing, using Python and implementing the same for CalibrateSDR (GSM, NWS & LTE)
Google Summer of Code is a global program focused on bringing more student developers into open source software development. Students work with an open source organization on a 10 week programming project during their break from school
Mentored by Andreas Hornig from AerospaceResearch.net. The project CalibrateSDR can have a wide impact on SDR Community, to accurately determine frequency offset using sync pulses of various signals
Coding period beigns from June 7, and will have a 2 stage evaluation, with final evaluation on August 31st. Smooth onboarding, thanks to the mentor, got email alias, blog access within the AerospaceResearch.net
Will be updating my blog weekly regarding my work
NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad
May, 2021-June, 2022
Working as the student coordinator of FOSS Cell (branded as FOSSNSS), aimed at making awareness about free and open source movement throughout campus. Making an inclusive community, free and open for all. Have got a passionate team with the same mindset to work with, the motive behind is clear "free software, free campus, free society". Helping peers with open source, introducing to new technologies, and importantly, promoting contributions to open source
Guided by our seniors, me and my team has been profoundly inspired by free/libre movement.
Meeting weekly, creating an atmosphere to learn new things and contribute to open source, helping peers, and helping juniors to learn new things.
Organizing world class events, ensuring accessibility to all, making a diverse community, which is inclusive and welcoming for all.
Visit the foss nss site, and stay tuned about latest updates.
IEEE Computer Society
Kerala Chapter, IN
Hub Student Representative
January, 2021-January, 2022
Volunteering as secretary of IEEE Computer Society Chapter Students Branch in our campus. As a hub student representative (HSR) of IEEE Computer Society, Kerala Chapter, I'm in charge of coordinating Malabar Hub. I have been working closely with respective Student Branch Chapters, over 6 campuses, that comes under Malabar Hub
Being a HSR, is helping me a lot to get industry exposure, and stay close with like minded people in the Computer Society. Moreover, I could organize quality events with support of Kerala Section.
I have been in Student leadership team of IEEE Computer Society for the year 2021-22.
Coordinating events, volunteering to spread awarness about technology, and make it accessible for everyone. Creating a unbiassed technical community in campus.
Conducted coding competitions, with over 356 participants (Cup a Code), and been a core team member of flagship events from the IEEE Students Branch, as well as Computer Society.
Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
Govt of India, Remote
November, 2020-February, 2021
Interning with National Institute of Social Defence for the Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyan campaign, under Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt of India.
Aimed at making awareness regarding Drugs and concerning problems within the district allotted.
The entire selected team has been working remotely and has been stipended duing the internship period
Worked for the Idukki district in State of Kerala, made extensive awarness among the youth, and ensured support for those who are in need
Reporting under the State Coordinator of Ministry, got certificate of completion for the entire program, and made sure the responsibilities given to me has been fulfilled succesfully, since it was a paid internship under Govt of India.
March, 2020-June, 2021
Working as a University evangelist for HackerEarth. Creating a coding culture, by providing recruit account access to campus students, Placement cell, and other clubs
The HackerEarth account can be used to host coding compeition, as well as the platform has many resources to learn coding. I have been working around my community to learn using them, and supporting various communities with hosting coding competitions and hackathons
Selected as the ambassador after hosting a coding competition online, with sufficient proctoring, that too with over 356 candidates registered all over Indian sub-continent. After that, planning to host events in association with IEEE, and a yearly hackathon using Sprint from HackerEarth
Was able to join hands with other evangelist and community managers from HackerEarth, often virtual meetups are held.