Past Events

Recent Trends on Embedded System: Airborne Electronic Applications

Event Date: 11th April 2019
Event Venue: Falconry Hall, New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore

Speaker: Mr. Kulbhushan Bhaji Patariya who is a Scientist from Aeronautical Development Agency
(ADA), Bangalore.

The IEEE NHCE SB had organized a guest lecture on 11th April 2019 in Embedded Systems & Design. The speaker for the lecture was Mr. Kulbhushan Bhaji Patariya who is a Scientist from Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), Bangalore. He has over 8 years ofexperience in Software verification of Avionics Line Replacement unit for aircrafts and is very skilled in
various hardware level languages. He also contributed towards the development of “DRDO standard for
Software Development Guideline”. This guideline is developed by DRDO for software development to
be followed throughout all the DRDOs.
The scientist started off by giving a brief introduction on what an embedded system is, how they are classified in differentfields and the features. The session was very interactive,Mr.Kulbhushan told about his line of work, where the quality factors of an embedded system played an important role. As the
factors were about real time situations, individual system check, behavior of the company and other
factors.

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BRAIN GAMES

Event Date: 5thApril 2019
Event Venue: Analog Electronics Lab, New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore

On the 5th of April 2019, IEEE NHCE SB conducted the  event called “Brain Games”. This contest consisted of three rounds where a team of two could participate. The first round was General Quiz, the second round was Code Debugging and the final round was Circuit Debugging. A total of 30 teams from ECE and other departments registered for the event. At 11 a.m. the participants were asked to assemble at room no.215 in the ECE department
where we held the first round. The General Quiz consisted of 27 questions and the time given was
half an hour. Suraj Suresh and Rakesh M from the BSH department topped the round with a brilliant
score of 18. At 12:15 first round result was announced. Second round started at 1.00 pm in the VLSI lab. 16 teams had qualified for the second round. The participants were given three programs in which 2 were of C and 1 was C++. These codes had multiple syntax errors and some logical errors. Each team was asked to rectify the errors and get the
correct output. It was a time critical round and the first 4 teams who finished got qualified for the
final round. The final round started at 2:15 p.m. in the AC lab. Each team was given one equation
which they had to simplify and implement using logic gates. They were also given one analog circuit
with errors which they had to rectify with the help of the correct circuit diagram given to them.
Jeevan and Raghavendra of 6
th semester were the winners and Suraj Suresh and Rakesh M from the
BSH department were the runners-up. Our faculty co-ordinators Mrs. Divya Sharma and Mrs. Neethu
Johny congratulated the winners and runners up.
We would like to extend our gratitude to Mr. Manoranjan and Mr. Uma Prasad who tirelessly helped
and guided us in executing this event successfully. Our special thanks also to our faculty coordinators Mrs. Divya Sharma and Mrs. Neethu Johny whose constant guidance and support led to
the completion of this event. Our sincere thanks to our HOD, Dr. Sanjeev Sharma and our Principal
Dr.V Manjunatha and IEEE NHCE Branch counsellor Dr.Nisha for giving us this opportunity to conduct
this competition.

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SOLDERING WORKSHOP

Event Date: 13th March, 2019

Event Venue: Microcontroller lab, ECE department

The workshop commenced at 2:00 p.m. and ended at 5:30 p.m. The workshop outlined the process of Soldering. PCB Kits and Solder gun was provided by the club. Participants kept the soldered circuit with themselves. A presentation about the history and introduction of soldering was given. A thorough explanation of the circuit and its working was given by the members of the club. Participants were given a hands-on experience on soldering a PCB. It was an interactive session where participants had a chance to clarify their queries. 27 participants from Semester II and few from VI, of various branches, attended the workshop. This knowledge and skill will be beneficial to them for their upcoming projects.

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EAGLE CAD WORKSHOP

Event Date:  24th October , 2018
Event Venue:  SAP Next-Gen Lab, New Horizon College of Engineering, BangaloreThe workshop commenced at 2.00PM and ended at 5:15PM.The workshop outlined the process of PCB Fabrication. It was an interactive session where participants had a chance to clarify their queries. A presentation
about the history and introduction of PCB was given. Participants were given a hands-on experience on using the Eagle CAD Software. This knowledge will be beneficial to them for their upcoming projects. The participants designed the 555- Astable Multivibrator on Eagle CAD software. A thorough explanation of the circuit and its working was given by the members of the club. More than 40 participants from Semester I, III and V, of various
branches, attended the workshop.

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Student Satelite Seminar by Dr. Meir Ariel, Director, NanoSatellite Centre, The Tel Aviv University, Israel & Director, The Herzilya Science Centre, Israel.

 

4th September 2018


NEW HORIZON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING IEEE STUDENT BRANCH ACTIVATION MEETING

Friday, April 13, 2018 – 2:30 PM

Conference Room, New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore.

The meeting was chaired by Dr. PrabhuKumar G.P, Emeritus Professor, New Horizon
College of Engineering.

It was graced by Dr. Srinivas Talabattula, Associate Professor – Department of ECE at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He is an active volunteer of IEEE Bangalore Section, currently chapter co-ordination chair. He also chairs the IEEE COMSOC chapter Bangalore Section and secretary of IEEE photonics society chapter Bangalore Section. He has supported several IEEE society chapters and many IEEE student Branches in Bangalore Section. Along with Dr.Srinivas Talabattula, Heads, faculty members and students of various departments particularly Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Information Science Engineering and Computer Science Engineering were present at the meeting.

Dr. Srinivas Talabattula enlightened us with importance of students and faculty members being members of IEEE and other technical societies. He gave the students and the faculty members an insight about IEEE and its various benefits and activities conducted worldwide. He gave us an overview about the 39 societies and 7 councils. Along with that he also enlightened us with all the student support facilities that IEEE has such as financial support, Google groups, Interface with IEEE etc. He also explained about the fee details and the ‘Special Circumstances Discount’ that can be availed by the faculty. He also briefed us about all the activities such as Annual fests, technical lectures, workshops etc. that we can host in our college or attend elsewhere such as ‘Connect’ which is a International level event.

Dr. T. Srinivas addressing the team members in conference room-NHCE He informed us about the Open Access Journal where the author of the paper has to pay to publish while the reader may not. He also informed about the other opportunities for publishing papers where the author need not pay. He later continued to tell us about the IEEE Best Practices and IEEE Education Society. He also made sure to talk about the Women in Engineering Society and HKN Society. Lastly, he advised us on department level to purchase the journals published by IEEE, and advised to retain the cover page in the college library and also to reserve a notice board only for IEEE updates. Along with that he also briefed about the roles & responsibilities of all the student and faculty members of the student branch. The proposed Executive Committee for IEEE Student Branch -New Horizon College of Engineering (Branch code: STB66131, School code: A25307) for 2018-2019.

The meeting concluded with Vote of Thanks by the Branch Counselor Dr. Nisha K C R