The Ahmedabad University Students' branch of IEEE marked its opening on 11th July 2015 with the vision of achieving all around development and progress of the students. It aims to give students the cutting edge skills, confidence and intellect with which they can be easily distinguished from others by organising competitions, workshops and talks.
The Ahmedabad University Students' branch of IEEE desires to give all the students an equal opportunity to venture out into new possibilities and promotes a project-based environment.
WIE-Ahmedabad University Students' Branch of IEEE was established on 11th September 2016 with a focus of enhancing the participation of women in the society and ameliorating skills needed for entrepreneurship. Our committee works with zeal and enthusiasm to advocate women in leadership roles, to promote women engineers and provide assistance for women to develop the technical and professional skills necessary to advance in their careers.
Google’s Applied CS with Android program is designed for university Computer Science students and enhances various concepts from their current curricular work. The program revisits concepts from Data Structures and Algorithms, as well as Artificial Intelligence.
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Prof. Pratik Trivedi, faculty at Institute of Engineering and Technology - Ahmedabad University presenting the memento to our Key Speaker for the day – Shri. Nilesh Desai (SAC - ISRO, Ahmedabad).
Dr. Anil Sahai, Director at Institute of Engineering and Technology - Ahmedabad University explaining students about the bridge between the Industry, Academics and the prestigious IEEE Organization.
Dr. Mehul Raval, faculty at Institute of Engineering and Technology-Ahmedabad University, an advisor to the AU Student Branch IEEE. A former Vice Chair and Execom member at IEEE Gujarat Section – Signal Processing Society, addressing the students on the benefits of IEEE and his experience of being a part of the same.
Mr. Nilesh Desai, Deputy Director, MRSA, Outstanding Scientist, SAC-ISRO introducing the possibilities of contribution by engineers in Research and Development, at SAC, ISRO. The audience were awed and bewildered when he explained them the dynamics of the most succesful Indian expeditions like Chandrayaan and the Mars mission. He also gave them a glimpse of the current research areas.
Dr. Sanjay Chaudhary, Faculty at Institute of Engineering and Technology and an advisor to the Ahmedabad University Students' branch of IEEE, presenting his vote of thanks to Shri. Nilesh Desai on behalf of the AU SB IEEE. He also introduced the Branch council members to the audience and applauded their efforts.
Mr. Shashwat Sanghvi, Student Branch Chair at the Ahmedabad University’s Branch of IEEE, at his first student addressal, encouraging them to be a part of the activities and workshops at the Student branch, the future plans of the team and their expectations to take the students at another level of excellence. As enthusiastic and cheerful person he is, he quoted concluding on a lighter note of 'Work hard and party even harder'
Ms. Shreya Gokani, (Marketing team, at the Ahemdabad University’s Student Branch of IEEE), presenting a momento to Ms. Kinjal Shah, Founder of Shwas, and a collaborator with one of the SIGs at the student Branch – ‘ICT for social cause’ a traditional Ahmedabad University sapling.
The Judges panel – at the event Con~fused, a marketing event with a twist, that followed the inauguration ceremony, The dedication and hardwork of the participating teams definitely needs to be acknowledged. The auditorium was filled with amused, excited faces, enjoying the humor behind every act, the judges too were seen having a good time.
Picture perfect! Enthusiastic and skilled hands on their way of ‘ENTER’ing in to the world of 1s and 0s.
Students with their eyes glued to the laptops in search of clues to develop logics and algorithms for solving the questions.
The coding team on a mission, one with keyboard and the other with mouse, all set to compile, debug and run!
The most consistent coders, aka theblackCats. These smiles and cheers are all innovative minds with the best logics, and are known for their aptitude of never giving up while attacking codes.
Mr Rahul Patel (Head, Technical Team - AU SB IEEE) congratulating Mr. Mayank Jobanputra and Mr. Rohit Chaudhary for being in the troop of the best and consistent coders, theblackCats
A brief meet for preparing agenda for the upcoming competitions, challenges and sessions at the coding club.
The secrets of being great coders - sincerity, hardwork, passion and dedication.
Students at the first coding competition, under SIG for coders, at Ahmedabad University’s Branch of IEEE, solving the questions with utmost sincerity.
Mr. Rahul Patel (Head, Technical Team - AU SB IEEE) presenting the basics of coding, to gear up and give the students a kick start for the Workshop.
Concrete discussion of the participants with Mr. Vishvesh Busa, Event Team, at Ahmedabad University IEEE-SB
Volunteers explaining and clearing the doubts of energetic participants
Volunteers and Speakers at the Workshop, giving suggestions to the teams participating in the final 'App-Making Competition'.
Participants of the final competition getting their doubts solved with the volunteers.
Participanting Teams in the 'App-Making Competition' explaining their ideas and realistic approach to the app made by them.
Students sharing their views and perpective on the apps made by other teams in the competition
Mr. Kunjan Patel, announcing the results of the 'App-Making' Competition.
Mr. Shashwat Sanghavi, Student Branch Chair of AU SB IEEE presenting the prize to the winning team of App-Making Competition.
Ms. Anmol Anubhai, Student Branch Secretary of AU SB IEEE presenting the prize to the winning team of App-Making Competition.
The traditional group picture at the end of the event with the AU SB of IEEE members, the audience, participants, winners and our fellow volunteers in the Computer Lab
Worth a long wait! Students line up to get themselves registered for the quiz.
Students actively participate in the quiz.
Mr. Kushal Shah fueling the fire of inquisitiveness of the audience.
Mr. Kushal Shah enquiring the participants with tech-savvy questions.
The vice chair introducing the quiz master Mr. Kushal Shah
The chair introducing the intention behind setting up the quiz.
Student volunteers and participants pose for a group photo.
A gathering of all the student branches sharing their plans for the upcoming year.
The chief guest,Dr. Pankaj Chandra (Chairman, BoM, Ahmedabad University) igniting the innovative young minds about the importance of respect
Audience eagerly listening to the speech.
The IEEE gujarat section opening the floor for discussion.
All the participants, volunteers and faculty members beaming at the successful conclusion of the event.
Kudos to all the student volunteers and facuty members for an event well done!!!
Executive Meeting - Branch Counsellors and Student Chairs with IEEE ExeCom
Prof. Anil Roy inaugurating the Lecture Series on cyber security.
Welcoming everyone to IEEE, AU
Piture perfect, our four distinguished professors.
The batch of sunday lecture series posing for a picture
Prof. Amit Sheth introducing himself
Students eagerly listening to prof. Amit Sheth's lecture
Prof. Amit Sheth showcasing the projects currently in progress by his team.
Mr. Chetan Parikh, Founder of EZDI giving the students informatin about internships and his company
Students enthusiastically listening to listening to Mr. Chetan Parikh
The students and professors who attended Prof. Amit Sheth's workshop.
Prof. Gaurav Sharma explaining how WAMI algorithm works by utilizing the motion of the vehicles
Prof. Mehul Raval welcoming Prof. Gaurav Sharma
The audience and faculty attentively listening to Prof. Gaurav Sharma
Prof. Gaurav Sharma explaining how WAMI works
Students eagerly listening to Prof. Gaurav Sharma's lecture.
Prof. Gaurav Sharma listing the advantages of WAMI algorithm SIFT and MBA algorithm
Prof. Gaurav Sharma showcasing the final result of WAMI algorithm.
IEEE AUSB secretary, Netra Pathak honouring the speaker.
After a fascinating lecture on imagery, IEEE members and faculties pose for a picture
Mr. Chayendra M. Bhatt explaining how a resume opens the door of an interview
Three Rs of a resume. -"research your self, research the position and research the organization". -C.M.Bhatt
Some points that C. M. Bhatt enlisted
Audience zealously listening to the speaker
Participants and Speakers posing for a group photo
Netra Pathak, the secretary of the IEEE AUSB commemorating the beginning of the workshop.
Students of different colleges sharing their enjoyable experience of the workshop.
Participants keenly listening to the speaker, Mr. Mansukh T. Savaliya.
The volunteers and staff posing for a group picture.
Mr. Mansukh Savaliya, handing out certificates to the participants.
Mr. Mansukh Savaliya, handing out certificates to the participants.
Mr. Mansukh Savaliya, handing out certificates to the participants.
Ms. Drashti Pandya introducing the students to the MozGuj committee and it's mission.
Mr. Moin Shaikh giving an overview of open source and Mozilla to the students.
The student learning how they can contribute to Mozzila.
Ms. Mansi Trivedi and Mr. Haard Patel explaining various privacy and security concepts on the web.
The students gaining an insight on how to become a Firefox student ambassador.
The committee who pitched in to make the seminar possible.
Prof. Anura Jayasumana of Colorado State University, introducing the concepts of IoT.
Students attentively listening to the speaker as he explaining the emerging concept of IoT.
Prof. Jayasumana sheding light upon the innovations taking place in IoT.
The audience enthralled by the transformation taking place in IoT.
Mr. Arup Dasgupta, Managing editor, Geospatial Media and communication, thanking Prof. Jayasumana for sharing his knowledge.
Participants, faculties and guests posing for a photo with the speaker.
This time black cats met to solve problems on the interactive platform 'CodinGame'
Ready..Set...Code! The race against time to decipher the problems begin
Coders racking their brains searching for a solution to the problems given
An IEEE volunteer explaining the solution to one of the problems.
Profest - lets make a TechStory together. A platform where students can showcase the outstanding projects they have done throughout the year
ICT seniors displaying a face detection algorithm that they have applied
Our enthusiastic volunteers showcasing
Mechanical students exhibit the use of the rack and pinion to automate machines.
ICT undergrads demonstrating their creation - WiRobot, a 4-wheeler that works with Wifi controlls.
Students from all fields enthusiastically displaying their projects.
ICT students explain the working of the micro-processor that theyb coded on Nexus-2.
ICT undergrads describing how they used ATmega-32 to build a Mop-Bot
The chemical undergrads showcase the functioning of an Orifice and Venturimeter
ICT sophomores demonstrating a canteen management system that they have created which also provides an option to order from the mobile.
45 teams competed in Caffeine to Code to proceed to the final round of CodeOverseas
Teams putting their best hand forward to decode the problems.
Restlessness turns the gear of the once silent room as participants put their head into the code.
Papers up! Participants put their wriitten algorithms to a test
Rohit and team rack their beains thinking how to approach the corrigible solution
A competing team diligently solving the problem statements.
Volunteers supervising the progress of the teams
Udgam - Idea. Plan. Pitch.
A WIE event aimed at galvanizing students towards entrepreneurship.
Ms. Kinjal Shah along with Mr. Dhruv Gupta and Mr. Shrey enlighten the participants about the various concepts of business.
A team discussing their business model 'Prarambh' for providing jobs to differently abled people.
After planning, teams present their ideas to the rest of the candidates.
The winning team is congratulated by the judge, Ms. Mitaxi Mehta, for their idea of enhancing afforestation through their business plan 'Adopt a Tree'
21 teams test their tech-savviness in a rocking brain-racking quuz entitled "Does Grey Matter? v2.0"
Our quizmaster, Mr.Madhav Chauhan, initiates the first round of the quiz,
The 6 finalist teams mull over the slide to find the connection amongst the 4 pictures.
The whole team consisting of Nirma and Ahmedabad University IEEE SBs who put their hearts into the organization of the event.
As the clock struck 1:00, our top 10 teams started comprehending the statements given to them.
Teams ponder upon the optimum approach to solve the problem.
The lab was alive amid the competition as the teams competed to solve the challenge.
Fingers flew on the keyboard with participants applying their approach to solve the problem
IEEE volunteers clarifying the competition rules and regulations (reorder to 2nd position)
FLL students and tutors
Hands on session where the students are assisted by IEEE volunteers
IEEE volunteers helping students understand better
Interactive session by the tutors to make students more enthusiastic
Students trying to understand the theory behind the real life applications
The FLL Introductory session where students were given an overview
The FLL tutoring and volunteering team which helped to make the session a success
Audience for the Cyber Law talk by Advocate Manan Thaker
Students, IEEE volunteers and the speaker after the talk
Talk by Advocate Manan Thaker on an important issue - Cyber Laws
Token of respect offered after the Cyber Law Talk
Vice Chair of IEEE Students' branch addressing the IEEE members
An interactive session where students were quite keen on knowing more about the concepts
Audience for the talk held by IEEE Students' branch of Ahmedabad University
Mr. Ashish Surekha addressing the audience and talking about the robotics kit, explaining it's functionality
Mr. Ashish Surekha talking about his experience and giving students more information in his area of expertise
The end of the session was followed by students asking various questions
A memento offered as a token of appreciation to Dr.Gupta.
Dr. Sanjay Chaudhary addressing the audience and introducing Dr.Manish Gupta
Dr.Manish Gupta addresses the audience.
Dr.Manish Gupta talks about applying data sciences to real world and shares his experiences.
Interactive session which made the audience participate enthusiastically.
Student answers to the question raised by Dr.Gupta. It was a very interesting indeed.
Students as well as faculty members listen intently to the speaker.
The talk attracted a lot of audience attention and it also gave out a lot of information.
Audience Listens Intently As The Makers Of The Project Explain It
Glimpse Of Participants And The Spectators
Interactive Explanation Of The Project
Junior Senior Interaction Where Seniors Ask And Encourage Juniors Helping Them Better The Project
Profest Volunteers Who Helped In The Success Of The Event
Students Explaining The Project With The Aid Of Videos And Other Presentation Tools
Students On Their Orientation Day
Audience for the event from various colleges
Mentors for the interaction on AWS services
Students were very keen and the session made them ask more questions and learn better
The AWS event was an interactive session, we can see the mentors responding to the audience
Audience and participants for the event along with the quiz masters
Keen participation was seen in the quiz as participants answer to the questions
Participants intently listening to the questions
Quiz masters for the event
The quiz master engaging the participants and audience with questions and trivia
Committee Head and Creative Designer
Social Media Handler
Event Coordinator Head
Social Media Handler