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New York Institute of Technology - Vancouver Campus 701 West Georgia Street 17th Floor, Jordan Room Vancouver, British Columbia V7Y 1K8

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NYIT Vancouver's 4th Annual Business Partner & Graduate Student Showcase

Join us for an evening showcase of our selected graduate students from each of our programs, as they exhibit their projects on the topic of emerging fields of technology.

Meet our showcased graduate students and faculty. Network with other local community business leaders. Wine and hors d'oeuvres served. Learn more about our innovate graduate programs: Instructional Technology, M.S. Energy Management, M.S. Information, Network, & Computer Security, M.S. Management, M.B.A.


AGENDA:

5:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. – Registration & Networking

5:30 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. – Introduction by Campus Dean

5:50 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. – Door Prize Draw

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – Student Showcase & Networking


STUDENT NAMES & PROJECTS:


Nishyarth Srihari Prasad ;
154 Breakfast Club

A community for startups, adventurers, students, entrepreneurs, and dreamers! All-Day Breakfast without burning a hole in your pocket! It was founded with a simple goal in mind - to provide an open and inviting space for all ages to meet, eat, drink coffee, and ideate. It is meant to be a welcoming space for anyone to work on their startups, build on their ideas, and collaborate with their peers. We are in deep admiration of the community of students, adventurers, and entrepreneurs in Bangalore, and we hope to contribute to the growth of this community.


Gaurav Singh;
India Real Sector

Our presentation is on how the macroeconomics of India affect the Indian real sector, specifically DLF India LTD; India’s leading real estate company. We discuss the monetary and fiscal policies and how the demonetization decision of the government resulted in a shift of the consumer-buying trend. Forecasting the future of the Indian real estate market was also done, It explores how and why Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the real sector increases, and the opportunities for Foreign investors. In the end, we came up with recommendations for the company’s future growth.


Hietham Atyat; Michelle Bonislawski, Sheri Varghese
REVIVEKIT: U.S. Expansion

Reivikit is a business strategy established by three UBC Students (Tony Jang, James Park, & Erick Lee) to sell and market hangover products to the US Market. Their plan is to sell pills and tea products as hangover prevention health products. Reivikit has a budget of $ 30,000 (CA) and that allows them to produce approximately 10,000 packets of pills and tea. After establishing the necessary online marketing activities, they will attempt to penetrate the US market. We suggested that they begin with marketing to the top five cities in this order Las Vegas, California, New York, Texas, and Florida.


Sai Manoj Kumar Jaladurgam; Vijaya Madhav Maringanti, Sai Vara Prasad Veerla
PC Login Authorization Through RFID Using Arduino and RFID Module

***Check back in on Monday for a description on this project



Shivani Thakur; Cyro Wicks
Penetration Testing: A Real World Case Lab

Penetration Testing is a technique for identifying vulnerabilities in a network before an attacker exploits them. In this paper, a series of penetration techniques are outlined, that was implemented in the NYIT INCS Lab on Vulnerable Virtual Machines. The aim is to give hands-on information security training to the students and help them understand the concepts and tools used in penetration testing. During this exercise, the student has to identify and exploit the security weaknesses that could allow a remote attacker to gain unauthorized access to the system and data. The attacks were conducted with the level of access that a general Internet user would have. The vulnerable machines are designed in three level of difficulties. Each machine will cover many current vulnerabilities covered in this program like Buffer Overflow, SQL Injection, Privileges Escalation, Reconnaissance, etc.


Devinder Singh;
Relation between Executive Compensation & Value-added Measures & other Accounting Performance Indicators

The empirical research in the field of corporate finance is based on the Canadian listed companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The purpose of this research is find out the relation between value added measures. This includes, Economic Value Added, Market Value Added, and the Compensation Paid to Executives for their performances.



Yash Masane; Vishal Rathi, Sandeep Edara
Energy Worth Sharing

Inspired by a TED talk that described a unique ecosystem located in the Amazon jungle of Peru. Four energy management students applied for the NYIT Edward GuilianoGlobal Fellowship for Travel. The students were successful in being awarded the funding to visit a tributary of the Ucayali River where the temperature of the water is nearly boiling. During spring break of 2017, the students and their environmental technology professor traveled to Pucallpa via Lima, Peru and three months later, visited the T’sekHot Spring region near Lillooet Lake, about 250 km north of Vancouver. The goals of this project were to visit two regions with unique qualities related to culture, environment, and local energy. Compare and contrast the South American site with the North American site. Lastly, to explore the relationship between energy and sustainability in unique social, cultural and environmental contexts.


Sunil Kumar
Countermeasures Against Malicious Hardware

Malicious hardware or HTH (Hardware Trojan horse) as they are commonly known as are the emerging threat vector in today’s computing world. I have studied existing HTH detection technics. Based on the technics I have designed and constructed parameters for the Matlab code, and plan to investigate the possible outcomes of it. The main objective is to show the relation between relative Trojan distribution and detectability influence factors that can affect the detection chances of Trojan in hardware.

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