Get ready to be blown away by the grandeur of Matrix: Tech Fest at IITM, the biggest tech event of the year at GGSIPU! With a plethora of competitions that cater to every tech enthusiast, this event promises an unforgettable experience. Brace yourself for multiple thrilling competitions that will put your skills to the test and reward your brilliance with exciting prizes.
Matrix: Tech Fest aims to not only push the boundaries of technical excellence but also ignite the spirit of camaraderie and collaboration. The event promises to be a melting pot of talent, ideas, and enthusiasm, with endless opportunities to learn, network, and forge lifelong friendships.
Matrix Tech Fest offers more than 13 diverse activities, including a gaming parlour, code relay, reverse engineering puzzle, What the bug challenge, data structures and algorithms contest, UI/UX design workshop, CSS battle, Ideathon, pitchers competition, technical quiz, inside edge event, hackathon, and data analysis challenge.
You can sign up for Matrix Tech Fest activities via our website. Just visit the event page, pick the activity you're interested in, and follow the provided registration directions. Registrations open August 28, 2023
The registration fees, if applicable, differ for each activity. Check the event details to know about registration fees and payment options.
Absolutely, various Matrix Tech Fest events have thrilling rewards for the winners. Prizes may include cash prizes, certificates, and valuable items.
Yes, participants can in as many events as they want.
To stay current on Matrix Tech Fest, follow our official social media profiles and regularly check the site for news and schedules.
You can contact Matrix Tech Fest organizers using the contact details on the website. We're here to help with any queries you might have.
Evaluation criteria for Ideathon and Pitchers usually cover factors like creativity, feasibility, presentation skills, market potential, and overall idea or pitch impact. Details will be in event guidelines.
The Code Relay event usually involves teams solving coding challenges in a relay. Each team member tackles a part of the problem and passes it to the next member. The fastest team to solve all challenges wins.
The Reverse Engineering Challenge typically allows various programming languages and tools for software or hardware analysis. Specific languages and tools allowed are in the event rules.