An enlightening event conducted by an UAP EEE Alumni, Sudeshna Khan, who shared her experiences of studying and working in USA along with some handy tidbits for students. Among more than 100 participants were several faculties of EEE including the Head of the Department.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, IEEE UAP SB WIE AG hosted a session with Sharifa Sultana, a PhD candidate of Cornell University, working and researching with women in rural parts of Bangladesh to improve life qualities. 40 students and several faculties were in participation.
This event was primarily focused on the precise practice of professional communication, so as to build rapport and a positive impression in the workplace. Conducted by A R M Abdullah, the session had more than 50 participants.
With a view to clear away the confusions regarding the application process for USA, IEEE UAP SB hosted this webinar with Md Faizul Bari, a former lecturer of UAP EEE, as the speaker. 45 students attended along with 2 faculty members.
A peek into the elementary knowledge of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, this session was an exciting one for students with genuine interest in this field. The Department Head of EEE and 3 faculty members participated along with 50 students.
The very first event of 2021, this webinar shed light on the wide and diverse scopes of careers for students of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE). Conducted by MD. Sazzadur Rahman, Branch Counselor of IEEE UAP SB and Assistant Professor of UAP EEE, more than 70 students of the department attended this session.
First day of the event consisted of an interactive session on Membership Benefits of IEEE along with an introduction to Freelance Graphics Design. The second day was solely a preface of IEEE Xtreme Programming Competition. The 2-day event had a total of 60 participants.
This exceptional month-long event comprised of a Social Media Campaign and a Fundraising and Distribution event. This event was held during the lockdown phase following the first wave of the virus infection, the members of the SB sought to help people in their times of distress.
This workshop conducted by “Thoughts” Group, focused on an inevitable skill that is effective communication. Interactive session included speaker’s lectures, Q/A and group work for participants. 30 students were in attendance at this event.
The occasion of IEEE Day was marked with a series of events over 3 days in the UAP Campus. Events included a workshop on Adobe Illustrator, seminars on publication and prospects of IEEE and a programming contest. This major episode had over 100 participants in total.
This workshop executed by Google Developers’ Group Bangla focused on Cloud Computing, GCP, AI, Machine Learning and Big Data Analysis. The 3-hour long session was followed by a task-solving competition for students and professional certificates from Google as awards for winners.
International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) was acknowledged in UAP through a programming contest and a seminar with prize-giving ceremony. A total of 48 students participated in the competition, including IEEE and non-IEEE members.
In order to give students a hands-on training on building and programming a soccer robot, this 2-day event was organized. Muhammad Shariful Alam Rana, Secretary, IEEE UAP SB was the instructor of the workshop and 25 participants attended.
PES Day was commemorated in first phase by a Line Follower Robot (L.F.R.) competition on May 12 in which 22 teams participated. The second phase that took place on June 19 was a quiz competition and idea-generating session on power generation and renewable energy.
IEEE UAP SB and Project Club, EEE jointly arranged this workshop to introduce the basics of advanced features of PCB design and encourage practical implementation. Md. Khairul Alam, lecturer, department of EEE, UAP, convener of Project Club EEE, UAP was the workshop trainer.
On April 27, this workshop was organized jointly by IEEE UAP SB and Project Club, EEE so as to give students both theoretical and practical insight into making drones. Thrust, a free robotics educational school in Bangladesh, supported by Rotor Solution Bangladesh conducted this session where 52 students attended.
Organized specially to cordially welcome the new IEEE members, this orientation program was a memorable meeting. EEE department head Dr. Tapan Kumar Chakraborty, branch counselor Md. Sazzadur Rahman and the former chairs of IEEE UAP SB and IEEE WIE UAP SB AG were invited to the program along with former Ex-com members of the branch. The speakers reminded the freshers of the motive of joining IEEE and urged to stick to it for their own development and to grow the branch further.
This essential workshop was organized with a view to introduce students to the widely used and handy document preparation system, LaTeX, in diversified field of scientific documents. Md. Sazzadur Rahman, Assistant Professor, Department of EEE, UAP, Counselor, IEEE UAP SB, who bears a number of renowned journal and conference publications including IEEE, was the instructor of the workshop.