Science Events

Phygure IT

Describing The Event

A 1-day event, with prelims and mains. Not decided, if prelims will be a separate round. Basically, all rounds will be based on a theme. Quiz style questions will be posed with audio-visual and even experimental if possible, setups.

Event Rules and Guidelines:

Teams of 3.

Judging Criteria

Judging on basis of points scored.

PHYGURE IT 2

Describing the Event

A 1-day event, with prelims and mains. Not decided, if prelims will be a separate round. Basically, all rounds will be based on a theme. Quiz style questions will be posed with audio-visual and even experimental if possible, setups.

Event Rules

Teams of 3.

Judging Criteria

Judging on basis of points scored.

Google Sky Maps

Describing the event:

1-day treasure hunt type event ,using android phones and knowledge of astronomy to solve astronomical puzzles.

Mathefia

Date: April 1, 1942

Block D,
Bletchley Park,
Buckinghamshire, England.

Communications between the Axis Powers has increased significantly over the last couple of weeks. Our listening stations have intercepted a lot of messages being communicated. The Beeston Hill Y Station in Norfolk and Station X in Bedfordshire have confirmed that 5 of those messages originated in Germany. Hut15 is still trying to figure out the destination of those messages. Recent events point to something big coming from the Axis Powers. Prompt actions must be taken to neutralize any such plans. We expect you to decrypt and analyze these messages before it’s too late.

Commander Alastair Denniston
Operational head GC&CS

5 crypts – 90 minutes - all relevant information required to break the crypts will be provided.

nCrypton

Date: April 1, 1942

Block D,
Bletchley Park,
Buckinghamshire, England.

Communications between the Axis Powers has increased significantly over the last couple of weeks. Our listening stations have intercepted a lot of messages being communicated. The Beeston Hill Y Station in Norfolk and Station X in Bedfordshire have confirmed that 5 of those messages originated in Germany. Hut15 is still trying to figure out the destination of those messages. Recent events point to something big coming from the Axis Powers. Prompt actions must be taken to neutralize any such plans. We expect you to decrypt and analyze these messages before it’s too late.

Commander Alastair Denniston
Operational head GC&CS

5 crypts – 90 minutes - all relevant information required to break the crypts will be provided.

BOXED IN

Date: April 1, 1942

Block D,
Bletchley Park,
Buckinghamshire, England.

Communications between the Axis Powers has increased significantly over the last couple of weeks. Our listening stations have intercepted a lot of messages being communicated. The Beeston Hill Y Station in Norfolk and Station X in Bedfordshire have confirmed that 5 of those messages originated in Germany. Hut15 is still trying to figure out the destination of those messages. Recent events point to something big coming from the Axis Powers. Prompt actions must be taken to neutralize any such plans. We expect you to decrypt and analyze these messages before it’s too late.

Commander Alastair Denniston
Operational head GC&CS

5 crypts – 90 minutes - all relevant information required to break the crypts will be provided.

CHEM HUNT

Molecules all around us have stories of their own. If you care to find out, come join us for a (re)action filled evening.

Rules:

  • Teams of 3 to 5 members can participate in this event.
  • The contest will consist of two rounds – the prelims and the main event.
  • The prelim will consist of a formal chemistry quiz of 1 hour (the difficulty level of questions will be of 12th standard.)
  • Use of internet is strictly prohibited during this round.
  • The top 6 teams of the prelims will advance to the main event.
  • The main event will be a treasure hunt type event in which the contestants are required to find a commercial item regarding the question within an hour.
  • Use of internet is allowed in this round.
  • The top 3 teams after the mains will receive prize money.
  • Eligibility Criteria:
  • This contest is open to all and the only eligibility is that you must be present there.
  • Judging Criteria:
  • In the prelims, the team with most correct answers will be ranked first and so on.
  • In the mains, the team having maximum number of correct items will be ranked first and so on.
  • In case two teams get the same number items, the tie will be broken on the basis of total time taken by each team.
  • In case of any controversy the decision taken by the event co-ordinator will be final.
  • Registration:
  • The registration for teams is free and can be done online or on-spot but it must be done 30 minutes before the event.

  • For any details contact:
    SRIKAR PRASAD,
    9059806167.

    Paper Presentation

    "The country which is in advance of the rest of the world in chemistry will also be foremost in wealth and general prosperity" -William Ramsay.

    Love chemistry? Have innovative ideas? Well, wait no more. In this Paper Presentation, anything goes as long as it is related to chemistry. Any research work/projects will be entertained.

    The participants are expected to send the abstracts before 24th September, 2015. Their presentation should be at most, 20 minutes. You can send your abstract to sasrikar2@gmail.com. (Abstract should not be more than 50 lines.)

    Once their abstract is shortlisted, the participants will be intimated via email giving them the details about the venue and date for presenting the paper.

    The top two participants will receive a cash prize.

    RULES:
  • A team can consist of up to 3 people, not necessarily from the same college.
  • No participant can be a part of more than 1 team.
  • There is no restriction on the number of teams from the same college.
  • A participant should not submit more than 2 papers.


  • JUDGING CRITERIA: The papers will be judged on:
  • Originality
  • Simplicity
  • Objectives
  • Methodology
  • Findings and Analysis
  • Conclusions
  • Implication/Application/Limitations


  • REGISTRATION:
    CONTACT:
    SRIKAR.B (9059806167)
    AMITESH SONI (772987222)

    BOOZE Quiz

    You might have drunk it, spilled it or went bankrupt for it, but do you actually know your BOOZE?? Prove that you are the best. Come join us for an evening of fun and facts.

    Rules:

  • It will be a standard quiz which will be held in two rounds with questions related to mainly alcohol and its derivatives amongst other things.
  • Teams of three or less are allowed.
  • The top 8 teams will advance to the finals.
  • The final top three teams will get prize money

  • NOTE:Use of Internet is strictly prohibited. If caught, you will be disqualified immediately.

    Eligibility Criteria: This quiz is open to all and the only eligibility is that you must be present there.

    Judging Criteria: Standard quiz rules will be followed and the team with maximum points will be ranked first and so on. In case of any controversy, the decision of the quizmaster will be final.

    Registration: Registration can be done online or on-spot by paying a minimal fee of ₹ 0.00 only

    Contact:
    Aniruddha Singhal (9542969134).
    RISHABH (9542970530).

    Paper Presentation

    Biology

    Paper Presentation


    Description:
    Bring out the scientist in you! Here at ATMOS 2015 we present you a platform to showcase your stellar research and who knows you might be the next Darwin!

    Eligibility- Original work related to any field of Biology will be accepted Number of members per team- Maximum 3

    Judging Criteria- Abstracts (about 250 words) have to be sent to bphc.bio@gmail.com on or before 30th September 2015.

    Selected participants have to give a Powerpoint Presentation on campus during Atmos’15.
    Further details regarding the Powerpoint presentation will be mailed to the selected participants

    NATURE O’ TRIVIA

    Biology & Pharmacy


    Description:
    Trigger your grey cells and fire your neurons for this life sciences quiz!

    Number of members per team- Maximum 3

    Rounds- 1st round will consist of questions pertaining to natural science. Top teams will be selected for the 2nd round.

    5 crypts – 90 minutes - all relevant information required to break the crypts will be provided.

    Anatomy Of Murder

    Biology,Chemistry & Pharmacy


    Amazed by the crime scenes in CSI? Wanna be like Dexter? Come feel the adrenaline rush at ATMOS’15 in BPHC.

    Number of members per team- Maximum 3

    1st round: Written quiz testing your basic detective skills.
    2nd round: Trace footprints, analyze blood, gather evidence and find out who the real killer is!
    Warning: This event is not for the faint hearted!

    Paper Presentation

    Pharmacy

    Paper Presentation


    Description:
    Bring out the scientist in you! Here at ATMOS 2015 we present you a platform to showcase your stellar research and who knows what you can discover!

    Eligibility- Original work related to any field of Pharmacy will be accepted Number of members per team- Maximum 3

    Judging Criteria- Abstracts (about 250 words) have to be sent to bphc.panacea@gmail.com on or before 30th September 2015.

    Selected participants will have to give a seminar on campus during Atmos 15.
    Further details regarding the seminar will be given to the selected participants through e-mail.