IEEE SJCE is back with its extravagant technical fest CYBERIA'18.Mark the dates from 24th February to 4th March Stay Tuned for Updates of many exciting events lined up!
IEEE SJCE is organising a special talk on Material and Device Challenges for Future CMOS Technologies. The speaker Cor Claeys is Professor at the KU Leuven, Belgium since 1990.
The talk focuses on minimum device geometry, performance enhancement, cost issues and low power consumption of CMOS devices.
Date : 19/01/2018
Venue : IS Seminar Hall 1
Time : 3PM to 4.30PM
IEEE SJCE organised a special talk on ADVANCES IN ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIAL on 05th January 2018. The speaker, Dr. Deji Akinwande, Endowed Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer engineering from University of Texas-Austin, USA addressed the gathering about the latest research advances on 2D nano-materials towards greater scientific understanding and advanced engineering applicatons.
IEEE-SJCE conducts various workshops, competitions, seminars and weekly sessions to help out all our members and other students. The major workshops conducted are: VPM It is an annual workshop conducted during vacation which aims at enhancing the practical skills of students and encouraging them to take up real time projects. Soldering and etching- this workshop helps to improve soldering skills and also help design circuits in a software and realise the same on a PCB. Robotics-a technical workshop focused on introducing the new integrated development board titled MSP430 by Texas Instrumments.
IEEE-SJCE conducts many competitions during its technical fests-Tuxedo and Cyberia. Some of the competitions are: Amaze- it is a line follower robotics competition. Fury road- It is a Robo race competition where the robots had to pass the tough path and hurdles in the shortest time. Coding owl- It is an online C programming event which focuses on bringing out the competitive coding and problem solving ability of the participants. One of the other major competition conducted by IEEE-SJCE is the VPM project submission to appreciate the efforts put up by the students in building their projects.
IEEE-SJCE conducts many technical talks, seminars and panel discussions during its technical fests Tuxedo and Cyberia. IEEE-SJCE organises a panel discussion by field experts on a chosen topic during its even semester technical fest Cyberia. It also encourages students to write technical papers and gives them the opportunity to present them in paper presenting competition papyrus.