20 Apr

Child Can Code

Saturday , April 9’th a group of college students from IEEE Computer society student branch chapter at The National Engineering School of Carthage chaired by Sabiha Bellili organised an event that lasted two days named “Child Can Code”.
The goal was to create a communication between teenagers and college students.This event took place in Sbeitla reach to Kasserine.
The first day was dedicated to introducing the plan to students and to talk about soft skills like leadership , communication and life at college.The IEEE members showed their experiences and had an intersting debate with the children.
The second day was dedicated to practical work.The teenagers had their first steps in unity 3D , it was very funny and an opportunity to make them curious to learn more about technology. The event received compliments from the school headmaster and has been a great success.
Based on the success of the first edition, we decided to take it to the next level by visiting many other schools in differant regions of Tunissia.


31 Jan

Management systems training

The IEEE Industrial_Application _Society Sdudent Branch chapter  at ENICarthage chaired  by Mr.Ibrahim KCHICH  orgeniserd a training session in ISO9001 2015 version and technical audit is animated by  Mr.Ali Tiss who is CEO / auditor and consultant trainer in management systems at Qualitiss.
It lasts four days. We have been so happy and glad during the first two days of training which is enlightening in quality management system. The session presented by Mr Ali Tiss is centred on technisuch as workshop (Knowing the changes in ISO9001 V 2008 to the V 2015, the sructure and the mapping of process, Analysing real professional and management situation of industrual field).

We still have two days of training, we are very ambitious and motivated to discover new knowledge derived from professonnel field.

PS :To know more about QUALITISS check his website: http://qualitiss.com .


30 Dec

ENICarthage Green Project in the IEEE Region 8 Magazine

The IEEE ENICarthage Student Branch is pleased to inform its followers that the “ENICarthage Green Project” chaired by Mr.Dhafer HANNAOUI  has been published in the IEEE Region 8 Magazine (December 2015), page 8.

Link to the current issue page in PDF Format here .

The IEEE Region 8 News is published quarterly by the Region 8 committee of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). It is distributed free with IEEE Spectrum and The Institute to more than 50,000 IEEE members in the Region. Region 8 News is produced by volunteers: the Editor Roland J. Saam, Zhijia Huang and Bojan Nikolic and technical editor Alistair Dabbs with contribution from all our members all over our region.


20 Dec

ENICarthage Robots

ENICarthage robots is a national championship for self-made, autonomous, and mobile robots. Robots will compete in different competitions:

-Wheeled Robots for Line Following and Obstacle Avoidance competition.
-SUMO robot competition.
-Walker robot competition. (For the first time in Tunisia)
-Projet Exposition.

ENICarthage Robots combines the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology. Under strict rules, limited resources, and ti me limits, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team “brand,” hone teamwork skills, and build and program robots to perform prescribed tasks against a field of competitors. It’s as close to “real-world engineering” as a student can get.



27 Nov

Conference: Emotional Intelligence_Boost Your Career.

The IEEE ENICarthage Sdudent Branch chaired by Mr.Ibrahim KCHICH had the privilege to host Mr.Akram Marzouki winner  of a IEEE IAS Annual Meeting best presenter award held in Dallas, USA . He talked about his journey to success and the main keys to guarantee it. After this testimony, Mr Nadhem Bardaa a personal development coach and the coordinator of professional activities in IEEE Tunisia Section gave a conference about the emotional intelligence. He talked about some new theories & concepts like EI concept. Our guests were satisfied and expecting more from our Student Branch.




16 Nov

WorkShop __ Green Project


IEEE Power & Energy Society ENICARthage SBC launched an action to our fellow citizens with disabilities, through an action for the environment: Collecting plastic caps and exchange them with  wheelchairs (manual or electric) to distribute to needy disabled people .                                                                                                                                                                                                        12119132_570738883074940_8462599319310187278_n                                           12247201_570739339741561_5846983681726641433_n


11 Oct

IEEE Day 2015

Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow” is the theme for this year’s IEEE Day.

Every student branch in the whole world celebrates this amazing traditional event in its way. IEEE ENICarthage Student Branch enjoyed celebrating IEEE Day and had prepared technical and non technical events.

As for technical event we organized a presentation by IEEE ENICarthage PES SBC about the importance of renewable energies and its impact on the environment. Another, presentation was delivered by the IEEE ENICarthage CS SBC Chairman about IEEE managerial skills, followed by Photoshop training.

As for non technical event, an excursion in Carthage monuments was organized for our members by the theme of “CARTHAGE the old Romanians town”.

11 Sep

The Green Project

The IEEE Power & Energy Society Student Branch Chapter chaired by Mr.Dhafer HANNAOUI has organized on Thursday 10 September, 2015 in the National Engineering School of Carthage an awareness event that has been started by a short presentation of the big project of the year “The Green Project” which consist to install in messy places recycling bins where papers, aluminum cans, plastic bottles are placed seperately. Then, the project has been started to be a reality with the support of the administration. The recycling bins will be given monthly to poor people who live on collecting and selling recyclable materials.The PES event has continued by honoring the cleaning ladies by giving them certificates to show gratitude to their hard work and designing new aprons which contain the name of the Student Branch “IEEE National Engineering School of Carthage Student Branch” and their new naming “cleanliness engineer”. The event ended by showing a Film of “Tunisia Barbécha“ which about people who live on collecting and selling recyclable materials. The event was a great success ad had has appreciations from different entities from our Green Tunisia.