The seventh edition of Newton Speaks saw Toby Negrin, Chief Product Officer for the Wikimedia Foundation, share his decades of experience in integrating data, research, and design to produce popular products that we all love and admire. His cheerfulness and passion for his work, well conveyed through his talk about what goes behind the curtains at the Wikimedia Foundation, gave the audience an insightful evening.
The sixth edition of Newton Speaks saw Dr. Ada E. Yonath - Israeli protein crystallographer who was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - take us through an engaging conversation about ribosomes and new generation antibiotics.
The fifth edition of Newton Speaks saw Pete Michels, the Supervising Director of popular shows like Rick and Morty, Family Guy, and The Simpsons, take us on a tour of the animations and behind-the-scenes of our favourite sitcoms.
With over 80 patents and 100 papers under his name, Ranveer Chandra is a true engineer, constantly seeking solutions to the world’s problems. On the fourth edition of Newton Speaks, he talked to us about some of his technologies, and his passion for data-driven agriculture.
The third edition of Newton Speaks saw Suyash Singh, the founder of Team Avishkar Hyperloop, carry us through how a student group from IIT Madras went to SpaceX, and beyond.
For the second edition of Newton Speaks, Mr Harishankaran K, co-founder and CTO of HackerRank, took us through a candid and engaging journey of how two NIT-Trichy alumni and their never-say-no spirit took over the software world.
On the first edition of Newton Speaks, NITC alumnus Sajan Skaria brings us along on his journey to and through Pixar, and takes us on a magical tour in the making of our favourite animated movies.