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Archive for May, 2015

Be Her Partner

BeHer Partner

By Isha Lodhi

What can you do to make sure that a girl, a woman….your mother, sister, daughter, wife, or friend, does not have to abandon her dreams just because of the gender she was born as?

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Open Stack

Open Stack

By Fatima H.  Malik

WIE IEEE SEECS is one of the amazing societies of NUST that has been busy in arranging many events across NUST successfully.

It arranged a workshop on OPEN STACK in SEECS in the last month of April which aimed at promoting awareness among the participants about OpenStack as open source cloud computing software and to help the participants in understanding the series of interrelated projects.

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DLD Projects

DLD-Projects

 By Maryam Hassan

The talented students of BEE-5 successfully completed their DLD semester projects by the end of their third semester. They learnt a lot through these amazing projects and some of them outshined all others. IEEE-SEECS interviewed few of these outstanding projects as described below by our talented writer Maryam Hassan. We hope you have a good read.

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ScION’15 – Speed Circuitry and Xtreme Programming

Speed Circuitry

By Aqsa Kausar

SPEED CIRCUITING

Nothing is more innovative than young minds pushing themselves to their limits. Working with limited resources and racing against time are some of the challenges which make us perfect. As far as the field of electronics is concerned, Robert Byrne has summarized the struggle as;

“In any electrical circuit, appliances and wiring will burn out to protect the fuses”

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NotifyU – Wearable Notification Device

NotifyU

Photo: Final assembly of Notify-U
(Courtesy of the students who worked on the project)

By Behlol Nawaz

In a previous post, we started looking into some of the semester projects from the 5th semester electrical engineering students (Fall ‘14), for their subject “Electronic Circuit Design”. The requirement was that the students had to design and construct a device that utilized a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) chip and an Android phone application.

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