Samsung R&D Institute India,Bangalore Parichay
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Samsung R&D Institute India, Bangalore’s Parichay is a coding contest for 2nd year Engineering students. A program aimed at building a long-term association between Samsung Research Bangalore and the academia. This is an an opportunity for students to showcase their coding skills and get an opportunity intern at SRI Bangalore after their second year only. The internship experience will expose students to important technology trends and will give them a chance to work on some of the cutting edge technologies.
Dipesh Shah: Managing Director, SRI-B and Sr. Corp. Vice President
Dr. Aloknath De: CTO, SRI-B and Corporate Vice President
Sanjeev Prasad: Sr. Director, Management Support, SRI-B
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About Samsung R&D Institute India, Bangalore
Samsung R&D Institute India-Bangalore (SRI-B) is the largest R&D Center outside of South Korea and a key innovation hub in the Samsung group.
With the best of talent from India and overseas, our focus is on creating cutting edge technologies across multiple areas of Samsung’s business, that transform experiences of users both globally, as well as in local markets.
The specific purpose of SRI-B in the Samsung family is twofold: to create USPs for global flagship devices with by creating significant advancements in Modem, Multimedia, AI, Internet of Things, and to make for India by catering to the specific needs of Indian consumers.
At SRI-B, employees not only have an opportunity to work on areas involving pure research but also carry it forward as proof of concept towards Advanced Development, by seeing the research being implemented.
1. Who can take part in the challenge?
This challenge is open to 2nd-year Computer Science and related engineering students.
2. Is it an individual challenge or can be participated in a group?
It is an individual challenge.
3. Will there be any rewards in the challenge?
The shortlisted students will be given Samsung goodies and the finalists will be offered the internship opportunity with Samsung after 2nd & 3rd year of engineering.
4. What is the format of the challenge?
The challenge is multi-tiered challenge spread across 3 rounds. The first round of the challenge will be held online in Feb and shortlists from the first round will get a chance to participate in the third round held in March and subsequent shortlists for the final round in March/April.
5. What is the duration of the challenge?
The first round of the contest will go live on 18th Feb and will end on 20th Feb. Students are allowed to take the test for 2 hours anytime between the given window.