ABOUT IEEE

 
 

VISION

IEEE NSU Student Branch (INSB) is a technical subunit of IEEE which associates with valuable resources available from IEEE. It provides an opportunity for student members to begin networking in their areas of interest and future profession as well as enjoy all the benefits and facilities of being an IEEE member. We are North South University’s first internationally recognized student organization for Engineers established in 2009. The IEEE NSU SB is dedicated to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. Here a group of enthusiasts was brought together and entrusted upon the thriving vision to form an active and successful student chapter of IEEE. We envision to serve, inspire and get inspired to change our community and cultivate our fellow engineers in their relative engineering fields through interactive learning, various projects/workshops, technical visits and field trips that will help them to gain a better understanding of the professional environment and technical progress and enable their careers.

 
 
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  • I am extremely happy to note that IEEE NSU Student Branch is planning to publish its annual magazine- “Chronicons”. I hope that this magazine will be an effective medium of communication and would add value to its readers. IEEE NSU Student Branch had always been creative and its dedicated volunteers are serving the community well. It is a matter of great pride for all of us at Region 10 that NSU Student Branch received IEEE MGA R10 Exemplary Student Branch Award and I am convinced that it is solely because of the teamwork of its dedicated volunteers. I am sure that they would continue the good work and keep inspiring everyone. I trust that the “Chronicons” will provide an excellent platform to its members and volunteers to showcase their ‘thoughts and ideas’. There is a need to bring focus on ‘research and innovation’ to motivate young minds, I believe that the “Chronicons” would serve this objective. I advise that let “Chronicons” be available to all members of IEEE beyond the boundaries of NSU Student Branch to make it more effective.
    Deepak Mathur
    Director(Elect), IEEE Region-10
  • It is well known that IEEE Bangladesh section has played a significant role in providing all possible technical, and financial helps to transform IEEE NSU SB from a less active to one of the most vibrant SBs in a span of 2 years. IEEE Bangladesh section has exposed all possible local, regional and global opportunities to the volunteers of this SB thus providing them a platform to cultivate and showcase their potential. The most important example is the 2017 IEEE Bangladesh Section students/young professionals/ Women in Engineering congress that was held at NSU SB. It was jointly organized by IEEE Bangladesh Section and IEEE NSU SB, where section has provided all possible supports to design the program and gather delegates from whole Bangladesh section through publicity to all SBs, counselors, and professional members.
    Dr. Celia Shahnaz
    Chair, IEEE Bangladesh Section
  • Welcome to all of you from the IEEE Bangladesh Section and the Department of the Electrical and Computer Engineering of the North South University in Dhaka. Also a special hello to IEEE NSU Student Branch and Women and Engineering Affinity Group. Congratulations as you enjoy your inaugural ceremony.IEEE and our 400,000 members around the world are united by our mission to advance technology for humanity. Always know that you are important part of our IEEE family. Here in Bangladesh, you are certainlymaking our mission to come true. A great example is what you have done for the first “TECHNOVANZA”. I wish I could be there in person to give you my best for very a successful Technovanza 2016. It is a fantastic opportunity for students to demonstrate their passion for Engineering and to inspire more women to join me in the wonderful career of Engineering. I know it takes many hard working people to create an important event such as Technovanza. I am also told that there are few people who deserve special recognition. Thanks to Branch Advisor Tanjila Farah and ChairKimia Tuz Zaman and her executive committee. And also thanks to each and every one of you for you participation and your life long involvement in IEEE.Message collected from the video provided to WIE AG, IEEE NSU SB by Karn Bartleson
    Karen Bartleson
    IEEE President 2017
  • "Ever since it was first established, IEEE NSU Student Branch has been one of the most active communities at the university. I have personally overseen their development throughout the past years and I am very glad to have been associated with such a bright group of young minds."
    Saad Azmeen Ur Rahman
    Branch Counselor, IEEE NSU Student Branch (2015-2016)

Our Best 4 Volunteers Last Month

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Our recent events!!!

Workshop on “Playing With Pixels”

IEEE NSU RAS SBC organized a day-long workshop on “Playing With Pixels” to foster IEEE Day theme “Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow” on the occasion of IEEE Day. The workshop was joined by 25 students consisting both IEEE & non-IEEE members. The workshop was conducted by Hasib Zunair, former Chair, IEEE NSU RAS SBC and supervised by Md. Tanzil Shahria, Chair, IEEE NSU RAS SBC.

PES RES for Kids

On April 20, 2019, IEEE NSU PES SBC in collaboration with IEEE NSU Student Branch successfully implemented the first PES RES for Kids Project in Bangladesh through a coloring competition named “Coloring a Renewable Tomorrow” at Islamic International School and College, Gulshan. This project was a part of the Global PES day Celebration by IEEE NSU Student Branch.

IEEE PES Day 2019

Next segment was “Technical Talk on Women in Power” which was conducted by our honorable guest Ms Shoilie Chakma, Secretary, IEEE WIE AG, Bangladesh Section. Later on, the Faculty Advisor of IEEE NSU SB WIE AG, Dr. Shohana Deeba gave a nice presentation on “Women in Power at NSU”. This segment was interactive and inspirational.