Atreyam is the Co-Founder and Vice President (Technology) at Workshop4Me since 2014.
Atreyam stands for the idea that Nations or manufacturing giga-hubs of the future cannot run on a linear approach of SOPs (standard operating procedures). They require quick time, multi-dimensional, abstract decision making and planning which are currently required in today’s world of gaming. In parallel, Atreyam is working on making VR and AR as a popular front to learn advanced concepts in Physics, Chemistry and Space Sciences.
Atreyam started his career in spreading the joy of technology among children of 7 years and above way back in 2013. Since then Atreyam has brought hundreds of young minds into the exciting world of technology by applying his unique, fun-based approach to learning. He co-founded Workshop4Me, a non-profit organization which grew into the most prominent and sought after place for govt. schools and parents to introduce their young children into the fascinating world of technology. The students of Atreyam are now themselves the flag bearers of coding and inspiring the lives of young children to take up coding as a habit.
Atreyam is a two-time iGen TEDx speaker and is currently pursuing an engineering degree in electronics, telecom and robotics. Atreyam is also an advocate of gaining an immersive experience in gaming trying to find a connect to solving real-life complex problems in production scheduling, dispatch management and pandemic control. The objective is to apply a quick, intuitive response of mind to real world complex manufacturing scenarios in advanced factories.Atreyam has a keen interest in the macro issues of climate change, energy security, ocean acidification, and carbon capture. He is pursuing the subject for a decade and expressing his thoughts at international forums.
On the societal development front, Atreyam continues to be driven by the passion of innovating means of bringing the youth, teenagers and pre-teen children into the realm of Science and Technology. Along with his sister Avanti, he launched Codeutainment on 8 February 2019 – a revolutionary concept, first of its kind in the world, where Coding, Science and Mathematics are presented in an entertaining manner in a movie hall to simulate the experience of watching a thrilling movie. The second edition of Codeutainment was broadcasted live on 8 April 2020 during the COVID-19 lockdown.