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C Programming Workshop

C Workshop

By Isha Lodhi

Most freshmen at SEECS, taking C Language courses for the first time (well, it is the first time for most of them), may find it a bit hard grasping all the new concepts of computer programming. A bit of extra help, usually boosts an individual’s understanding of a subject. This was the motivation behind IEEE-SEECS’s most recent workshop on C programming, dated 5-7th November 2013.

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PCB Workshop

PCB Board

By Umay Salma

Printed Circuit Boards, generally called as PCBs, greatly reduce the chances for error in patching of a circuit and unlike bread boards they are not prone to damage. Many students require them for their projects but none of the initial engineering courses teach their usage and handling. So IEEE-SEECS arranged a workshop for students to be trained for using PCBs.

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E-Waste

E-Waste

By Isha Lodhi

At the video conference lecture on Thursday, 5th December, here in SEECS, Dr. Sunil Herat of Griffith University, Australia, who is also a UN consultant on Waste Management, talked about e-waste, how it is an enormous emerging global problem, and what third world countries can do to make this problem benefit them.

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IEEE Day – SEECS

IEEE Day Cake

By Kanza Rasheed & Umay Salma

After another year of success, technological excellence and innovation, IEEE celebrated its birthday worldwide on October 1, 2013. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world’s largest renowned professional association dedicated to the development in the field of electrical and electronics engineering. With above 425,000 members in 130 different countries, IEEE is continually working for advancement in technology.

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IEEE Membership Drive

IEEE Membership

By Oneeb Ul Haq

The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science or SEECS, as it is more fondly called, has been host to an active chapter of the world renowned IEEE, boasting a regional chair who previously held the SEECS chapter chair position. There is no question that the SEECS chapter of IEEE takes part in the festivities with great zeal. The celebrations kicked off on the 1st of October at the SEECS Undergraduate building with the celebratory cutting of the cake.

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Week of Welcome

Week of Welcome

10th September marked the second day of the freshmen batch in SEECS. Awkward looking first year students lurked around in the lobby and corridors of SEECS – some looking for their classrooms, others simply not knowing what to do in the “Library Period”.

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