IEEE MTT-S Student Branch DAIICT
IEEE MTT-S DAIICT Student Branch chapter is volunteer based chapter and aims to provide a platform for students to learn and interact with like-minded people. It provides opportunity for development of professional and technical skills about microwave techniques and related technologies. We carry out many events round the year that involve active and interactive learning and hands on experience that promotes trending and upcoming technologies in this domain. Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hands-on workshop was on the topic ML in RF and Microwave. The first speaker of the event was Dr. Hardik Patel (Founding Director of Avadhuta Antennaz Solutions Private Limited) and the second speaker was Dr. Ganga Prasad Pandey (Vice Chairman of IEEE MTT/AP Joint Chapter Gujarat Section). The session covered all important basics with pratical learning using softwares like Anaconda IDE and Google Colab.
Microwave day was celebrated by MTTS SBC in an interesting and memorable way. We had Millimetre wave technology development scientist at ISRO, Shri Shailendra Singh, and brief talk by Dr. Shiv Mohan (Ex-ISRO). We also provided hands on experience on CST Microwave Studio Software.
This workshop on 5G technology was a 2 day event to familiarize students on the latest developments in fields of communication and microwave technology. The workshop dealt with Massive MIMO and NOMA in 5G, Evolution of Air Interface Towards 5G, 5G Network, 3GPP NRR, OTA Testing and many more. It concluded with Cognative RAN: Next Generation 6G Network that will be the future of communication.
This workshop focussed on microwave imaging of human body that gave insights on how microwave technology can be a great help in medical equipment and demonstrate its significance. It was carried by Dr Deepak Ghodgaonkar, the SBC mentor, IEEE MTTS.
The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) promotes the advancement of microwave theory and its applications including RF, microwave technologies, mm-wave and terahertz technologies. The activities sponsored by the
MTT-S include a broad spectrum of conferences, workshops, tutorials, technical committees, chapter meetings, publications and professional education programs.
Up to 10 Undergraduate Scholarships of $1500 offered by MTT society may be granted semi-annually to assist BS and MS students in electrical engineering. IEEE MTT-S also hosts webinars that include topics such as device modeling, circuit design to 5G Systems, and bio-sensors.
IEEE Gujarat Section comes under Asia-Pacific Region, the Region 10 of IEEE. The Gujarat Section, a subsection of Bombay Section, was upgraded to full fledged section on 15th August 1990. In 2004, the Gujarat Section was
adjudged the Outstanding Small Section of Region 10. The section has emphasis on quality programmes and such programmes are regular feature for professional development of its members. The section’s participative philosophy allows students to make programmes as per their own need. Section encourages students and has instituted awards for student members.
More about IEEE-Gujarat Section can be found at: ieeegujaratsection.org
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Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology, promoted by Dhirubhai Ambani Foundation and the Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, was established with a mission to provide an enriching environment
to enable young minds to widen their horizons in the field of ICT. Set in the backdrop of the lush greenery of Gandhinagar, DA-IICT has and will continue to act in the field of ICT while being at complete harmony with the nature, society and humanity. It pursues global standards of excellence in all endeavors, namely teaching, research, consultancy and continuing education focusing on Information and
Communication Technology (ICT) and its allied areas. It aims to build a knowledge-led society founded on intellectual competitiveness for global leadership.
More details about DA-IICT can be found at: daiict.ac.in