REVIEW FOR ADA VANTAGE '10 - NATIONAL LEVEL TECHNICAL PAPER PRESENTATION CONTEST
The world's first computer programmer was a woman. She didn't pass out from Stanley, but Stanley is celebrating female programming genes anyway.
Stanley College Of Engineering And Technology For Women is organising Ada Vantage '10, a technical paper presentation contest, on 23rd October, at the college campus in Abids.
The contest aims to provide a creative platform to computer engineering students to take their ideas to the next level.
The topics for the paper presentation contest are:
Data Mining and Data Warehousing
Cloud Computing / Grid Computing
Networking & Security
Other related topic
Ada Vantage '10 is named after Ada Lovelace, an analyst, metaphysician and the founder of Scientific Computing. Lovelace (10th December 1815 - 27th November 1852) was an English writer mainly known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical general-purpose computer, the analytical engine.
Her notes on the engine include what is recognised as the first algorithm intended to be processed by a machine - she is regarded as the world's first computer programmer. A programming language named after her in 1977 is popular in real time / embedded systems, and in other critical environments.
Please contact 6999-1794 / 2323-4880 for further details.