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IEEE IAS CET Chapter Conducted a Session on Technical Paper Writing as part of Science Week Celebration in association with IEEE CS, the session was held on February 27, 2019, had 30 participants from various departments of CET. It began at 4 pm, with it being handled by Wishnu, Athul and Bharath of S8 EC. They gave an idea about technical paper writing and tips about it. The participants of the session also showed great interest in the topic as well. The session ended around 5.45pm

Quest – Technical Quiz by IEEE IAS

As part of WIE week, IEEE Industry Applications Society SB CET organized QUEST on March 13, 2019, Wednesday. QUEST is three level quiz competition organized by IEEE IA/IE/PELS Jt. Chapter Kerala Section as part of WIE week.
The themes of quiz were:
Women empowerment
Space
Science
Technology
It had 20 participants from various departments of CET.It began at 4pm.The quiz was the first level of competition, which will be followed by the respective hub level and later the chapter level. The students participated enthusiastically.
Two students were selected for the hub level competition. The winners are
Alan Anto (S6 CSE)
Akhil (S6 EEE)
The competition ended at around 5pm. Continue reading

IEEE Industry Application Society CET Chapter Inauguration and DLP

  1. History was made on 2nd March 2019, when IEEE Industry Applications, Society CET chapter was inaugurated by Chief guest Dr.Vassilios G Agelidis, Fellow IEEE and Prof. University of Denmark, Prof. Biju K, Secretary IEEE IAS Kerala Section, in the presence of Dr VR Jisha, former Vice Chair, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Kerala Section and Dr Sreejaya, Staff Advsior, Power and Energy Society, student branch CET.
  2. The function began with a welcome speech by the chapter councilor Dr. V R Jisha Professor, Dept of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, CET. She welcomed Dr.Vassilios G Agelidis, Fellow IEEE and Prof. University of Denmark, Prof. Biju K, Secretary IEEE IAS Kerala Section, in the presence of Dr VR Jisha, former Vice Chair, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Kerala Section,Dr Sreejaya, Staff Advsior, Power and Energy Society, student branch CET,the faculty members and the students to the occasion.Then Dr Sreejaya, Professor, Dept of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, CET delivered the presidential address. Dr Sreejaya took pride in being associated with IEEE and extended her support to IEEE IAS CET chapter. She encouraged the chapter to conduct activities, workshops and contests that would reach out to the students and bring out the best in them.
    Then arrived the auspicious time to formally inaugurate the IEEE Industrial Applications Society CET chapter. The chief guest Dr.Vassilios G Agelidis was called upon to the dias to do the honours. The inauguration was officially done by lighting the ceremonial lamp by the chief guest and other dignitaries. Dr.Vassilios G Agelidis briefed the gathering about the significance and achievements of the IEEE Industrial Applications Society and its relevance to the student community in the modern times. He wished IEEE Industrial Applications Society CET chapter the very best in all its endeavors.

    It was followed by a talk by Dr.Vassilios G Agelidis. In the session he talked about power electronics, energy resources and shared his areas of interest. He told the gathering about the energy efficient technologies that are being used in Denmark. The lecture was followed by an interactive session with Dr.Vassilios G Agelidis, where in students could share their ideas with him as well as ask their queries.

    After that, Prof. Biju K, Secretary IEEE IAS Kerala Section was invited to address the gathering. He congratulated the student branch for their initiative. He promised the full support to IEEE Industrial Applications Society, in the way ahead. He then went on to talk about IEEE Industrial Application Society and how we can benefit from being a part of this group. His inspirational and thoughtful words were greeted by loud applauses from the assembled crowd.
    The session concluded with Mr.Hamraz Samad extending the vote of thanks and also by presenting a memento to Dr.Vassilios G Agelidis by Dr.Sreejaya.

An interactive session with the students of Govt. VHSS Girls School Thiruvallam aimed at the technical upliftment of girl students on 25th February 2019

Date : 25th February, 2019
Venue : Govt. VHSS Girls School, Thiruvallam
Time : 13:30 – 15:30
Societies Involved : PES, WIE
Number of Participants : 50
Executive Committee Members Present : 5

 

Power and Energy Society (PES) and Women in Engineering (WIE) chapters of IEEE SB CET conducted a technical awareness and women in engineering class for the 9th graders of Govt. VHSS Girls School, Thiruvallam on the 25th of February from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM. The class was taken by 4 members of CET ( Abhijith V Kamal [S4,EEE], Hamna Sunil [S4,EEE], Sinta Jacob [S4,AEI] and Akhila Krishna [S4,CSE]). They focused on how technology is important and how it is changing and the role women will play in all these changes. It had equal parts of presentations and interactive sessions. All these sessions were well received and the programme as a whole was good.

 

Technical talk on “Optimal Motion Planning of Robots” – IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Kerala Section conducted a technical talk by Mr. Jinu Krishnan (Scientist,VSSC) on the Optimal Motion Planning of Mobile Robots at College of Engineering Trivandrum on 08/03/2018. Dr. Jisha V.R, Vice-Chairman, IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Kerala Section, presided at this first scheduled event in the calendar year of 2018.
The talk mainly comprised of creating hybrid algorithms by developing an optimal path planner, supervised by an intelligent path follower. Mr. Jinu Krishan also explained the concept of optimality through various examples that can be traced in our daily lives. The session was also enriched by the questions that were raised by the students and the thoughts that had to be pondered upon. The guest also expressed his love for Mathematical Modelling and inspired us students to find solutions to the mathematical problems that exist in the current world and take a break from the rote learning ways. The talk which comprised of questions and ideas lasted for about 1.5 hours and was culminated by a QnA session. The talk provided an insight into the complex motion of robots and how algorithms could be set to control them.