You know code? You know mobile? You know IEEE? Well, let's see what you got!
We invite you to participate in this great new IEEE programming contest. It is the goal of this contest to provide IEEE members (and non-members) through the world with great mobile applications. We encourage you to build any kind of application that will benefit IEEE, scientific, technical or educational community in general.
The first practical eKart evening will be on Thursday the 28th of November. All interested students can help constructing a safety guard for the belt-drive and the chopper. This will make the eKart much safer and more robust.
Join us at 19h00 at the EELAB lab Technicum +3 and sign up for this event below! Want to receive the newest information about the eKart-project in your mailbox? Fill in this web form: http://www.ieeesb.ugent.be/node/2759
See you there!
On Friday the 6th of December Power-Link organises a visit to its testing facilities of UGent Campus Kortrijk en Université de Lille. These laboratories perform research on micro-grids and so on. For more information and to sign up to this event please visit: http://www.power-link.ugent.be/nl/activiteit/uitnodiging-onderzoeksinfra... The tours will be in Dutch and the sign up deadline is on the 2nd of December.
As you may know, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is an organisation focussed on stimulating research and innovation. Many research papers are published on IEEEXplore and IEEE organises many conferences to present new inventions. But not only doctoral students and researchers are driving the world of tomorrow. Also students can!
What movie suits engineers better than one in space?
To make it even more interesting, we're going to watch it in 3D.
This movie will only cost you €4 and if you're and IEEE member, it's completely FREE!
No reason to hesitate!
Want to know how the theory you learn is applied in practice? Want to take part in an amazing project? Learn more about the eKart project by the IEEE Student Branch Gent!
After the fantastic results of last year, the IEEE Student Branch contests again in the IEEEXtreme Programming Competition.
This year, there are no less than seven participating teams.
The competition will last until 2a.m on sunday 27th of October.
If you would like to follow the progress of our teams and support them, please visit our Facebook page!
We wish them all the best of luck!
So you thought technical skills make you a successful engineer? While technical skills are learned at university, equally important soft skills are not. Do not miss this exclusive chance to know which other traits you need to have in order to be successful in your future career.
Do you have the moves to become an engineer? Come over and find it out at the IEEE opening activity. We invite you to join us for a fun and interesting evening.
Caeleste, an expert in high-end, high performance image sensors will reveal to us their latest project in an engaging presentation. Be prepared to meet version 2.0 of the human eye!
Are you ready to take the challenge? Participate in the IEEEXtreme Programming Competition 7.0 and gain eternal fame and glory! This international competition is a 24h programming challenge in teams of a maximum of three students. The competition starts on Saturday night 2AM on the 26th of October and ends on Sunday night 2AM on the 27th of October. Via an on line web interface you receive problems that you have to solve. You write the solution in any of the available programming languages and submit this on the interface. Depending on the result you can continue to the next problem. Some problems are typical programming related, others are about logic or mathematical problems. This way it is useful to assemble a multi-disciplinary team!