List of Champions:
Total 5 teams were found to be equally good, so all 5 teams were recognised as champions instead of traditional 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes.
Team ID  Software interfaced  Name  Description about the toolbox 

STH105

Point Cloud Library

Ankit Kumar  The Point Cloud Library is an opensource library of algorithms for point cloud processing tasks and 3D geometry processing, such as occur in threedimensional computer vision. The participants have enabled calls to about 41 functions of PCL from Scilab. Some of the functions include operations such as generating a random point cloud, converting PCD file to PNG format, downsampling a cloud using pcl, etc. 
Akshay S Rao  
Aliasgar AV  
Mohammed Rehab Sait  
STH101

Armadillo

Ajay S  Armadillo is a linear algebra software library for the C++ programming language. It aims to provide efficient and streamlined base calculations, while at the same time having a straightforward and easytouse interface. The participants have enabled calls to about 104 functions of Armadillo from Scilab. Some of the functions include operations such as calculating the principal component, performing Matrix convolution in 2d, computing Matrix exponential, etc. 
Kalai Chelvan  
Pooja K  
Prabhakar P  
STH030

Graphviz

Neelakanda Bharathiraja Urgavalan  Graphviz (short for Graph Visualization Software) is a package of opensource tools for drawing graphs specified in DOT language scripts and a set of tools that can generate and/or process DOT files. The participants have enabled calls to about 7 functions of Graphviz from Scilab. Their toolbox offers a GUI to plot adjacency matrix or the graph file using Graphviz APIs, converting csv to adjacency, etc. 
Hariharan Ravi  
Ajay Krishna Vasanthakumar  
STH109

GNU Scientific Library

Rajan Goyal 
Scilab is extensively used by university level students and researchers for various mathematical and physical computations. So, having a handful of special functionalities that support such activities is more essential. sci_gsl is a crossplatform, open source and userfriendly toolbox that implements the various functionalities of GNU Scientific Library (GSL) in Scilab. The GNU Scientific Library (GSL) is a numerical library for C and C++ programmers. It is free software under the GNU General Public License. The current version of the toolbox is tested on Ubuntu (18.04 and 20.04) both for 32 bit and 64 bit Operating Systems at the moment. You need to install GSL 2.6 before installing the toolbox. The installation procedure of GSL 2.6 in Ubuntu is given in the readme file. The GSL 2.6 is available for download at http://mirrors.kernel.org/gnu/gsl/gsl2.6.tar.gz We are working on broadening its compatibility with Windows and the version for the same will be published soon. Features
Github link: https://github.com/RajanGoyal1002/sci_gsl ATOMS link: https://atoms.scilab.org/toolboxes/GSL/1.0 
Rashmi Verma  
Sakshi Verma  
Mahiguhappriyaprakash  
STH026

Pandas

Sundeep V V S Akella 
In computer programming, pandas is a software library written for the Python programming language for data manipulation and analysis. In particular, it offers data structures and operations for manipulating numerical tables and time series. The participants have enabled calls to about 157 functions of Pandas from Scilab. Some of the functions include operations such as applying a function along an axis of the DataFrame, columnwise combining with another DataFrame, return crosssection from the Series/DataFrame, etc. 
Aditya Dhinavahi 
List of Consolation prize winners:
Team ID  Software interfaced  Name  Description about the toolbox 

STH019  Keras  Tanay Karve 
KERAS is an Open Source Neural Network library written in Python. It provides a scikitlearn type API (written in Python) for building Neural Networks. The participant has enabled calls to about 7 functions of Keras from Scilab. Some of the functions include operations such as testing and training the neural network, developing a transferlearning image recognition model, plotting confusion matrix data, etc. Github link: https://github.com/TanayKarve/scilabkerastoolbox ATOMS link: https://atoms.scilab.org/toolboxes/kerastoolbox/1.0 
STH149

Blender

Naveenkumar Madhesh  Blender is a free and opensource 3D computer graphics software toolset used for creating animated films, visual effects, art, 3D printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, virtual reality and computer games. The participants have enabled calls to about 6 functions of Blender from Scilab. Some of the functions include operations such as blender connector, parsing animation file, playing animation file, etc. 
Balaji Ravichandran  
Ganapathiraj Thangavel  
STH005

Rstudio

Tarun A H 
R is a language and environment for numerical and statistical computing and graphics. The participants have enabled calls to about 34 functions of R from Scilab. Some of the functions include operations such as calculating binomial distribution, quantile function of normal distribution, random poisson distribution, etc. Github link: https://github.com/Tarun0607/ScilabRToolbox 
Venkat Ragavan  
Garima Dave  
Akash Lad  
STH079

Open edX (web interface)

Anupama Pradeepan  The Open edX platform provides the massively scalable learning software technology behind edX. The participants have successfully embedded Scilab into an LMS such as Open edX. They have not actually built a Scilab Toolbox. They aim towards providing seamless access to Scilab for educators who use CMSs and LMSs for teaching. 
Ramaseshan S 