ABOUT THE EVENT:
- IEEE IAS SB, PDPU organized this session to discuss the greatest mystery, the cosmos can throw at us, a Black Hole. The discussion focused on the birth of the Black Hole, the stars responsible for its formation, several theories revolving around what could possibly be happening inside the Black Hole and its death. Moreover, the discussion revolved around various topics like The Event Horizon, Hawking Radiation, Singularity, and Wormholes.
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DATE – 12 November 2017
VENUE– E- Block foyer
REGISTRATION FEES – 100/- per team
Robo – Tetris was organized by IEEE IAS SB, PDPU as part of tesseract 2017. It was held on 12th of November at 11 pm on E Block foyer. In these event participants from different colleges had to make a wired/ wireless robot attached with the gripping mechanism which can pick up and place a block to complete a specific task and complete the track in the least possible time. Continue reading Robot Tetris
- MATLAB provides a rich application framework that allows you to work with complex mathematical problems and stimulate various problems on its add-on named SIMULINK
- MATLAB has been used for many years for solving various important aspects of mathematical methods of solving various non-analytical mathematical problems.
- Demonstrate basic skills of using MATLAB and SIMULINK for implementing various mathematical applications.
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IEEE IAS SB, PDPU organized this session to answer one of the biggest questions among space-enthusiasts, Is the Colonization of Mars possible? The discussion focused on the current conditions of Mars, its atmosphere, gravity and various other problems that hinder Mars Colonization and how we can overcome these problems. Moreover, the discussion revolved around various topics including SpaceX, Mars One, Terraforming, etc. Continue reading Mars Colonisation- A planet of Opportunities
Event Topic: LaTeX ( A Document Preparation Software )
Event Date: November 11, 2017
Duration: 12.30PM to 4 PM
Venue: E-102 (E-Block, GF)
Speaker: Dr. Anilkumar Markana
Coordinators: Riddhi and Josh.
The motive of this workshop is to encourage the use of Latex, an open source documentation tool for students from all backgrounds. Considering the open source nature of Latex (or MIKTEK) the software is not only free to use and customizable but also makes documentation of reports, papers, resume and articles much easier. The lecture not only included a theoretical background on how to use the software but also had a substantially long time dedicated to a practice session, where students practically created a sample document & different templates. Continue reading Industrial Skill Development -LaTeX Workshop
This workshop was held with the aim to teach the students the basics of the most basic computer language and introduce many of them to the world of C++. Continue reading JAVA Workshop
The session on Introduction to IEEE Student Chapter and it’s activities to the freshers of the college of STM32f4 was delivered by the committee members of IEEE and IAS SB, PDPU on 18th August 2017. The session was conducted with 3 different branches which include Electrical, Computer and Information and Communication Engineering Bachelor students.
The main motive of this introductory session was to create awareness on the function of IEEE and IAS Student Chapter and their benefits. To increase the number of IEEE & IAS student members of our college. Continue reading Introductory Session
The event was aimed at teaching students identification of basic electronic components and their working, teaching them soldering techniques, basics of 555 Timer IC and its types and the applications of 555 Timer IC. Continue reading Electronix Workshop
ABOUT THE EVENT:
- IEEE IAS organized this session to discuss the mystery, what contributes to the majority proportion of mass in the Universe, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy. The discussion focused on the evidence of Dark Matter and Energy, its inactive nature; which makes it impossible to detect, several theories revolving around what could possibly be this mysterious Dark Matter. Moreover, the discussion revolved around various topics like The Big Crunch, The Big Dip, future of this Universe, etc.
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Date of Event: 31st August 2017 (Thursday)
The CRO Workshop was held in order to explain its working and features. CRO is an electronic display device containing a cathode ray tube (CRT) that generates an electric beam that is used to produce visible patterns, or graphs, on a fluorescent screen. The graphs plot the relationship between two or more variables, with the horizontal axis normally being a function of time and the vertical axis usually a function of the voltage generated by the input signal to the oscilloscope. The main components of the device are Cathode ray tube (CRT), electron gun, a system for focusing and deflecting the electron beam, and a screen which is a visual representation of the voltages applied to the deflection plates. The CRO is one of the most widely used test instruments: its commercial, engineering, and scientific applications include acoustic research, television-production engineering, and electronics design. Continue reading ACADEMIC SKILL DEVELOPMENT-2: CRO Workshop