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.
By Aqsa Kausar
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”
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.
By Behlol Nawaz
During the Fall 2014, the third year electrical engineering students of SEECS (BEE-4) studied their second compulsory electronics course, Electronic Circuit Design (ECD), an advancement of the devices and basic circuits studied in the first electronics course towards circuit design and analysing more complicated and practical circuits.
By Maryam Hasan
Google Business Group (GBG) Islamabad celebrated GdayX 2015 at SEECS, NUST on Tuesday. The event included a series of talks by well-known entrepreneurs who shared their journey and experiences as well explained how Google can aid in growing businesses. These included; Open Islamabad President, Owais Anjum, Freelancing Guru – Saad Hamid, Bramerz, VP Product and Ex-Google Country Consultant – Badar Khusnood and Ex-Google Student Ambassador – Awais Imran.
By Komal Ishaq
Women are an important part of our society and quite unfortunately are undermined in several aspects. However, women have again and again proved their worth and potential in different fields of life. To celebrate the existence of women; to thank them for the positive and beneficial ways they affect our lives and our society, IEEE WIE took a step to celebrate Women’s Day on March 9th, 2015.