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With a generous stipend of Rs 50,000 a month, the KCIS fellowship is a coveted one entitling PhD recipients to a waiver in tuition fees, besides covering other expenses. Among this year’s winners is a self-confessed ‘non-techie’ while the other

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A three-day Wall Art festival initiated by Alliance Francaise de Hyderabad and coinciding with IIITH’s silver jubilee celebrations came to a kaleidoscopic end with the formal unveiling of the transformed staircase at Himalaya by Shri Jayesh Ranjan, President of Alliance

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IIITH researchers create a web-based interface that not only helps you play the classic game of Pictionary but also comes with an AI-based automated moderator. A closer look at the novel solution reveals that it’s more than just about drawing

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The solution which combines robotics and computer vision can automate the parameter data collection process that currently relies on manual assessment of structures for earthquake vulnerability. Automation in almost every industrial domain has demonstrated its superiority by virtue of being

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We follow the story of the shy but ambitious Chandu sisters and how IIIT Hyderabad helped them become go-getters and published authors in their spheres of research. Tale of two sisters The 12 km ride from home seemed too short

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India’s first Living Lab is the sprawling 66-acre IIIT Hyderabad campus, where the entire community is a proud stake-holder of the live test-bed for research in smart cities, in a bottom-up approach to IoT-enabled solutions in key verticals. We deconstruct