Ho ho ho… Have you behaved well this year? On December 6th, Saint Nicholas and the IEEE Student Branch are coming to reward you with a fun board games afternoon!
The UCL IEEE Student Branch is glad to invite you to the following lecture :
“GNSS: From Telecommunication Signals to Satellites”
given by Xavier Maufroid, who works in the field of satellite telecommunications and is project manager for the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) project at the European Commission. After a brief presentation of his career, the speaker will present his current work within GNSS. Future perspectives in the field of satellite communications and aerospace engineering will also be discussed.
The UCL/ICTEAM IEEE Student Branch along with Prof. Denis Flandre is glad to invite you to the following seminar :
“Physically Compliant CMOS Electronics Enabled Interactive Electronic System”
given by Muhammad Mustafa Hussain, EDS Distinguished Lecturer and professor at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Continue reading “Lecture: Muhammad Mustafa Hussain “Physically Compliant CMOS Electronics Enabled Interactive Electronic System””
Spring is well and truly here : the temperatures are rising , the birds are singing, the flowers are blooming… and the IEEE Student Branch is back with another edition of the Meet & Play afternoon !
Each year, the UCL IEEE Student Branch, composed of ICTEAM PhD students and supported by both the IEEE and the ICTEAM, organizes a contest for rewarding the best master’s theses in its fields of interest. The goals of the contest are twofold:
- First, to reward outstanding works from both technical and presentation-wise perspectives. To this end, a jury of researchers reads the abstracts, attends the master thesis presentations and interviews the participants. The three best candidates will receive a monetary reward.
- Second, to recommend potential candidates for an international contest: the IEEE Region 8 Student Paper Contest. IEEE’s Region 8 spans Europe, Africa and the Middle-East. We have had several successes at this Student Paper Contest, reaching the top 3 in previous years. More info can be found here.
For more information about the contest, please check the rules below.
The IEEE R8 Student Paper Contest just took place at Melecon 2018 in Marrakech (Morocco). This year, it was Benjamin Chiêm who had the difficult task of representing UCL. In the end, Benjamin ranked second with his thesis “Structural classification of structural brain networks reveals gender differences“. Congratulations to him and to all other participants ! Continue reading “Congratulations Benjamin !”
A few months ago, the ClubElec launched its project of the semester based on the design of an RF receiver. This project was somewhat special as it ended with a small contest for the participants. The goal was simple : locating a beacon hidden in Louvain-la-Neuve using the RF receiver that they had designed. This final round took place on April 25th and gathered many participants. Have a look below to discover more about this event, find out who the winners are and what prizes were awarded !
The UCL IEEE Student Branch is glad to invite you to a presentation given by a major player of the image industry in Belgium and worldwide, EVS :
“Machine learning techniques for image processing”
EVS is a company based in Seraing (Liège) that is a globally recognized leader for live outside broadcast digital video systems. While its headquarters are in Belgium, the company has multiple offices around the globe and provides services in more than 100 countries. This presentation given by Dr. Olivier Barnich will be the opportunity to present some of their research activities in the field of image processing.
The event will be held on Friday May 4th at 1:00 pm in the BARB92 auditorium. Sandwiches and beverages will be offered by the Student Branch to those who attend the talk. Registration is free but mandatory in order to receive a sandwich, please sign up at the bottom of this page.
You missed our first board games event and have been regretting it ever since? Or maybe you were already present and you are eager to do it again ? Well, today is your lucky day ! The IEEE UCL Student Branch is back with the second edition of the Meet & Play afternoon for ICTEAM researchers.
This week has marked the beginning of the new activity of our electronics club (ClubElec) ! Each semester, new hands-on projects are proposed to the students to discover or learn more about electronics.