Past Events


posted Jul 5, 2022, 12:57 AM by IEEE Students Chapter

posted Jan 14, 2020, 9:58 AM by IEEE Students Chapter
Program Coordinator: Dr. Suraj Sharma
Date: 18th and 19th January 2020
Venue: IIIT Campus (AG120)


posted Jan 13, 2020, 9:07 PM by IEEE Students Chapter


There will be a IC 555 contest which which will be conducted by IEEE Student Branch,IIIT Bhubaneswar.Student are required to do a interactive project in which the main component will be IC 555.All the Teams will be allotted certain amount of to develop the project.

This Entire Contest is divided into 2 rounds

Pelims Round-

In this round your team need to submit a project on IC 555 within 27th November,2012.

Team need to submit the their project details in PDF format along with any videos, schematics or images which is sufficient enough to prove that their project work.

The teams can submit the thier detail about the project  to the event coordinators  by mailing or by handing over the softcopy though pendrives. 

Out of the total no. of teams, 10 Teams will be selected for final round based on rules listed below and the ultimate decision lies in the hands of the judge panel.

Final Round-

The teams selected for final round will be notified by 2nd December,2012.

In the Final round you need to demostrate your project (the project you submitted in the prelims round) through presentation, videos and schematics which can prove that your project works.


1.All electronics are fair game (including all flavors of the 555/556/558). However, those deemed to not be using the 555 as a major component of their design will be penalized in judging. (i.e. using a microcontroller and only using the 555 for a small part of the application will not be as highly judged as someone using a 555 as the main controller in the design)

2.There are many circuits already out there, but we encourage original circuits AND original application. Don’t copy-paste circuits and don’t copy your peers.

3.You can submit as many times as you’d like but you have to submit separately for each category.

4.Must have sufficient documentation: Choice of video, schematic, images, whatever. You must be able to prove it works somehow and showcase the application. Decision as to whether it works or not is the final discretion of the judges.

5.You agree to let us publish any part of your design o IEEE Student Branch  website, which will likely be republished in other media outlets ofIEEE. This includes schematics, diagrams and any other component you submit to be considered for the contest.

6.All rules, categories and decisions are subject to change at any time. We’ll try our best to keep you updated on any decisions that we make and why we make them.

7.All entries must be submitted by November 27th2012Yeah, it’s quick, but the world moves fast, and it’s motivation to get moving!

8.Team comprises of maximum  2 members.


Each of the categories will have at least one prize in them, though it is possible that each category can have more than one winner and prize.


Use 555’s in a unique way to enhance music, sounds, animation, performances, art pieces, etc.  There will be less focus on unique electrical circuits here and more focus on the inclusion in creative endeavors.


The most complex category will include circuits or projects that include the most obfuscated circuits , most overkill (using the most 555′s in a design) or the most ingenious use of the part outside of specifications.


While big and complex is impressive, sometimes the most well designed circuits are the simplest. Since there are so many existing circuits, this category will require the most development for simple circuits and will be those most scrutinized to prevent copying of existing circuits. However, in this category we’ll also be considering the lowest power (minimal power) and the smallest implementation (minimal space).


This category will be application based. 555′s used in the most useful applications spanning energy, test equipment, mathematical computation or fixing a problem in an ingenious way .

Best in show

Awards in this category will be chosen from all entries and people winning a regular category are still eligible for the best in show category.


Prizes Worth Rs 5000/-

For any queries contact the event coordinators-

Event Coordinators-

Aurojyoti Das                                    Jaysmita Mohanty                                 Mukesh Kumar Zena                         A rajib kumar gupta 

Room No-  K-102                             Room No- F-003                                  Room No- L-104                              Room No- a317/dorm 

Mail            Mail               Mail           Mail ID-

Mobile No.-9556282422                    Mobile No-9937367235                         Mobile No-9438677466                     Mobile No.- 9437983754 

WiS AD-2012

posted Jan 13, 2020, 9:05 PM by IEEE Students Chapter

WiS AD-2012

Winter School on ARDUINO Developement Platform

What is ARDUINO?

The hardware consists of a simple open hardware design for the controller with an Atmel AVR processor and on-board I/O support. The software consists of a standard programming language and the boot loader that runs on the board.”To put that in layman’s terms, an Arduino is a tiny computer that you can program to process inputs and outputs between the device and external components you connect to it.The Arduino is what is known as a Physical or Embedded Computing platform, which means that it is an interactive system that can interact with its environment through the use of hardware and software. 

Details about the training programme

This first ever training programme on Arduino in India which is going to be conducted by IEEE Student Branch, IIIT Bhubaneswar in joint association with ROBOTICWARES Pvt Ltd.

This Training programme will focus on advance study of Arduino interfacing with various hardwares. This entire course structure is designed for student of higher education.

It will be a 7 day,30 hours training programme from 1st-7th December 2012.

Students of all the years can attend this programme.

Program Schedule:


  • Introduction to robotics
  • Basic electronic components
  • Power supply, Voltage Regulators
  • Mechanical structure, chassis of robot
  • Introduction to Embedded Systems
  • Introduction to Arduino
  • Arduino Software interface
  • Arduino programming
  • Atmega 8/168/328 pin architecture
  • Working with digital output
  • Working with analog output
  •  PWM

 DAY 2

  • Working with digital input, digital sensors
  • Working with analog input, analog sensors
  • Temperature sensor
  • Interfacing motors
  • Working with DC Geared motor
  • Working with Stepper motor
  • Working with Servo motor

 DAY 3

  • Libraries of Arduino
  • Creating library

 Day 4

  • Keypad interfacing
  • Reading input from user

 DAY 5

  • LCD interfacing
  • Developing Interface for Human Interaction
  • Digital Keypad for inputs
  • Touch screen for input


  • RS232 communication with Arduino
  • Sending/receiving data from Arduino to Laptop
  • Interfacing RGB LED
  • Making a display device with RGB LED
  • Accelerometer interfacing
  • Motion Sensing

 DAY 7

  • Communicating over Ethernet
  • Details about the Ethernet shield
  • Internet weather display
  • Email Alert System
  • RSS Weather Reader
  • Making an RFID Reader
  • Access Control System
  • Ultrasonic Rangefinders
  • Simple Ultrasonic Rangefinder
  • Ultrasonic Distance Display
  • Ultrasonic Alarm Ultrasonic Theremin
  • Ultrasonic Theremin

ARDUINO Kit to each participant includes:-

Arduino Software Tool Kit – Resource CD and Cookbook

Certification to each participant

For Registration-

Step 1

  • First fill the Online Registration Form 
            Click Here to Register

Step 2

  • Pay the Registration Fees by the payment mode specified below- 
  • Registration Fees-Rs 2200/-(For Non-IEEE Student Members)
                                         Rs 1500/-(For IEEE Student Members)

 Last Date for Registration and Money Deposit: 28th November 2012(Wednesday)

Payment Modes:

Direct Cash Deposit in Bank:                                       Payment by Cash at Institute Andhra Bank

Bank Name-Andhra Bank


Account No.-173110100027891

Andhra Bank Branch:Gothapatna,IIIT Bhubaneswar Campus


IFSC Code-ANDB0001731 

 Note- For IEEE Student Members-

Submit the bank slip as well as a scan copy of valid IEEE membership card to the Event Coordinators.

And write your name on the top of the bank slip and your mobile no. at the bottom of the bank slip.

 For Non-IEEE Student Members-

Submit the bank slip to the Event Coordinators.

And write your name on the top of the bank slip and your mobile no. at the bottom of the bank slip.

 Event Coordinators-

Srinath Satapathy                                     Jaysmita Mohanty

Room No- L 303                                      Room No- F 003          

Contact No.- 9556888306.                      Contact No.- 9937367235

For any Queries contact us-

 Kiran Kumar Sahoo                                  Bishnu Patra

Mail ID               Mail ID-

Contact No- 9437126168                         Contact No.- 9658886588

IEEE Tech Quiz

posted Jan 13, 2020, 9:04 PM by IEEE Students Chapter

Quiz Format:-
Rules :-

1.Team of 2 members

2.Purely written round

3.Exclusive IEEE round

4.No eliminations


Prizes worth Rs. 2000/- to be won


Venue:-  AG-01

Timing- 6:30 pm

Date- 16th October 2012


For Registration :-


For any Queries Contact :-

Kiran Kumar Sahoo

Contact no. :- +919437126168 

“AutoBotix”- workshop

posted Jan 13, 2020, 9:02 PM by IEEE Students Chapter

A three days workshop from 13 April,2012 to 15 April,2012  on advanced intelligent Autonomous robot , microcontroller based with multiple sensor for multiple activity.

Workshop Time: 8 hours per day. 
Fees: Rs 1000/- per head.

Ø Faculty from SakRobotix.

Ø Practical Competition based learning style.

Ø Kit distribution for a team for practical.

Ø 100% hands on experience.

Ø Hands on programming with Embedded ‘C’ & ASM

Ø Access to Sak Robotix research Work.

Ø Hands on circuit making experience

Ø Study Material on soft copy.

Ø  Internationally accepted Certificate from Dr.Robot, IET and Sak Robotix.




      Hands On

  Mechanical Design    
  »  Designing of body
  »  Kinematics and Dynamics of Robot

  Electrical Systems
  »  Power Supplies(Electrical and Batteries)
  »  Voltage Regulation
  »  Switches
  »  Relays
  »  Motor Drivers
  »  Linear Drives

  »  DC Geared motors
  »  Stepper Motors
  »  Servo Motors

  Circuit Theory
  »  Working principle of circuits
  »  Sensing & control

  Autonomous Robots
  »  4-D Conditions
  »  Introduction to BEAM robotics
  »  Microcontroller based robots
  »  Introduction to UGV


  Control & Sensing
  »  Sensor basics
  »  Selection Of Sensor
  »  H bridge Motor Driver
  »  Tangential principle Of turning

  Microcontroller selection
  »  Microcontroller basics
  »  Architecture of microcontroller
  »  Interfacing Microcontroller & motors
  »  Programming
  »  Embedded C programming/ALP

  »  Number system
  »  Instruction set & uses

  »  Introduction to Keil compiler

  »  Introduction to Proload
  »  Burning microcontroller through  



  »  Keil   »  Proload

  »  Multisim  »  Pinnacle





Line Tracing with single sensor

Line tracing with single sensor


Line Tracing with Dual Sensor

Line tracing with dual sensor

Obstacle sensing & avoidance

Obstacle avoidance and detection with shortest path finding algorithm.

Grid solving

Grid solving algorithm.

Wall Follower

Wall follower algorithm with mono sensor, Dual sensor & triple sensor.

Advanced line tracing Algorithm

Black Line in white  surface and  white line in black surfaces tracing .

For Registration Contact:
1. Mitali Mishra (Room No. G207)
2. Jaysmita Mohanty (Room No. F003)
3. Subhasish Sahu (Room No. I203)
4. Kiran Kumar Sahoo (Room No. I203)

AndroID Workshop

posted Jan 13, 2020, 8:58 PM by IEEE Students Chapter


A two days workshop on Android OS & its applications.

Workshop Content:

  What is Android?
  Understanding the Basic of Android OS
  The Framework
  Building Blocks of Android
  Application lifecycle
  Installation of Android Development
  Configuration of Android Development Environment on your Computer
  Making the UI using XML for Android
  What is Java?,Why is Java easy to learn?,Why is java secure?
  Why being platform independent important?
  Java Classes and Objects,Class Methods and Instances,Basic Program of Java
  Compiling the code
  What is the use of Manifest file in Android Development Environment
  Creating the virtual Android device like ANDROID 1.5
  Make A simple Hello" Name" Print Program for Android device
  Make advance Program for Android device
  Debugging the Code
  Making the Android Widgets
  The live demos of Android Development
  Gaming world under Android

Workshop Benefits

 Deliverables to our students after the conduction of workshop
    1. Software toolkit to each participant.
    2. Training Material (eBooks) for each participant.
    3. Authorised Certification from Technogenious Solutions.

 Internship & Funded Research

1. We always look for bright technominds. May be they are sitting in your college, students
with good background will be considered for internship under our experts.
2. We work in team. We work in collaboration. Interns can also expect a funded research
project from Technogenious Solutions.

Technogenious Solutions(Workshop Organiser)

Technogenious Solutions™ is an IIT Roorkee alumnus venture was founded in March 2010 and has been
constantly growing since its inception. We started as a leader in the field of educational robotics,
embedded systems, animation, hacking & website development with the only focus in college level
education. With a passion for robotics and vast experience in various national and international events &
competitions, we thought to expand our domain and now we are increasing our patent counts and also
coming into security and automation domain.
Technogenious Solutions™ has a young and dynamic team with a passion for technical education and
entrepreneurship. The founders and other team members themselves have a wonderful record in their
respective fields. They have many years of varied experience and have participated and won accolades in
various competitions. Since it’s incorporation, Technogenious Solutions™ has been actively backed by
academia and industry alike.

Workshop schedule:

7th - 8th April 2012
6-7 hrs per day
Venue:AG01,IIIT Bhubaneswar

Registration fees : Rs.900 per student

Workshop on Ruby on Rails (RoR)

posted Jan 13, 2020, 8:57 PM by IEEE Students Chapter

The workshop on Ruby on Rails (RoR)  will be conducted by resource person from India Linux User Group from 30.03.12 for six days (3 half days 3 hrs/day and 3 full days 7 hrs per day) for a total of 30 hrs. The workshop fee is Rs.900 per student.  Registration will be on first come first serve basis. Only 2nd yr and 3rd yr CSE and IT students are eligible to participate. 

For registration contact:

Priyanka Padhi (Room No : G-203)

Kasturi Mohapatra  (Room No : E-102)

Ashish kumar Sahoo  (Room No : J-301)

Ansuman Das (Room No :  K-207)

The Details of the workshop is as follows:

Internet application has two facets of technology, the server side and the client side. The client side is the look and feel, functionality presented to the user. Technologies like JavaScript and CSS are things to be pondered in this area while Server side needs an understanding of Scripting Language and Databases to start with.

The following is the course programme that will focus on web development using free and open source software tools:

1) Web development - Introduction, How internet works, Building web app,


Understanding HTML CSS JavaScript

2) Client side & server side technologies, understanding client side technology JavaScript and allied frameworks like Jquery. Understanding server side – Scripting Language, Database

3) Installing Linux Apache MySQL PHP and Building Web application with


PHP, Jquery, MySQL

4) Introducing Ruby Programming language

5) Object Oriented Programming with Ruby

6) Understanding Model View Controller. Introducing Rails

7) Understanding Action Controller, Action View and Active Record

8) Building Web application with Ruby on Rails.

9) Test and deploy the application


The workshop will be conducted by Thyagarajan Shanmugham who is the founder at and was the :

 Head- Software Development at Private Lancing

 Head - Technology at Pixelbytelab

 Consultant at IFMR TRUST

Free & Open Source Software Technologist at Better Company India

Software Architect at Fifth Generation Technologies India (P) Ltd

Sr. Software Engineer at MinVesta Infotech limited 

Webinar on Intel's new 3D Tri Gate Transistor

posted Jan 13, 2020, 8:55 PM by IEEE Students Chapter   [ updated Jan 13, 2020, 8:55 PM ]

A webinar will be conducted on Intel's new 3D Tri-Gate Transistor only for IEEE Student Branch members on 21st 

November 2011 at 5 pm. IEEE members are requested to attend the same.

Paper Presentation Competition

posted Jan 13, 2020, 8:53 PM by IEEE Students Chapter

Maximum no of participants in a team is 2.

No participant can be in more than one team.

Name of both the authors and Guide (If any) must be included in the synopsis.

Submit the synopsis to

Every team need to register their team before submitting the synopsis. For registration click here

The event will be held in two phases:

Phase 1


1.     Every team need to submit a synopsis of their paper to be presented. Synopsis must contain:

a.     Abstract

b.     Problem definition

c.      Solution of the problem defined

d.     Effectiveness of the solution

e.      Results and discussion

f.       Practical application

g.     Summery

h.     References

1.     Synopsis should not contain more than 4 pages and should follow IEEE 2 Column format. To know about the IEEE format click here. Synopsis not submitted in IEEE format will be rejected.

2.     Text font should be Times new Roman, Font Size should be 12, single spaced and all headings of font size 14.

3.     The submission should only be in .pdf format.

4.     Paper must fall under following categories:

a.     Electronics

b.     Electrical

c.      Telecommunication

d.     Image and Video Processing

e.      Nano Technology

f.       Embedded systems

g.     Open Source Software development

h.     Information Technology

5.     Each Team need to register here before submitting the synopsis. Without registration synopsis will be rejected. Last date for registration and synopsis submission is 26th November, 2011.

6.     List of selected papers will be posted in IEEE Student Branch Website on 28th  November, 2011.

Phase 2


1.     The paper selected will have to be presented during the event in front of the judging panel. Two hard copies of the synopsis are to be submitted before presentation.

2.     The teams will get 12 minutes to present their paper.

3.     It will be followed by a question and answer session of 3 minutes.

4.     The participants will have to present their paper as a PowerPoint Presentation (mandatory).

5.     Violation of any rule can result in rejection of paper. 

A Technical Treasure Hunt

posted Jan 13, 2020, 8:47 PM by IEEE Students Chapter

IEEE Student Branch in association with Tech Club, IIIT Bhubaneswar is organizing a Technical Treasure Hunt on 26 November, 2011. Interested students are required to form group of 3 members. To register your team click here

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