Webinar on Role of IEEE in Professional Career and Social Development
NCRA-CMS MUET Starts Indigenous Technology Development Series – Published in Engineering Review – February 16-28, 2021
Department of Electronic Engineering has organized the 6th IAB (Industrial Advisory Board) Meeting of the Electronic Engineering department and Interactive Session between Industrial Experts and final year students on 18th Feb. 2021.
Technoprenuership Series: Webinar on Emerging Trends on 3D Printing and Success Story of Proto21
Proto21 was founded in the year 2018 by Pir Arkam, a mechatronics professional with strong expertise and 9 years of industry knowledge in additive manufacturing. Thanks to his years of hard work, determination, and commitment, today, Proto21 has become the market leader in 3D printing industry in the MENA region. In Partnership with Joseph Group, Proto21 aims to serve the “3D Printing Strategy”, launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Makhtoum to make Dubai the manufacturing hub of the world. Our fully equipped 3D printing factory and highly experienced team enable individuals and businesses to explore the limitless possibilities of additive manufacturing in various sectors like never before.
Date: February 09, 2021
Time: 06:00 PM
Platform: Microsoft Teams
NCRA Condition Monitoring Systems Lab in collaboration with Department of Industrial Engineering and Management organized Two days 1.5 CPD workshop on “Condition Monitoring (Vibrational Analysis)” on 24th and 25th November 2020
NCRA Condition Monitoring Systems Lab in collaboration with Department of Industrial Engineering and Management organized Two days 1.5 CPD workshop on “Condition Monitoring (Vibrational Analysis)” on 24th and 25th November 2020. The resource persons for the workshop were Dr. Shakeel Ahmed Shaikh, Prof. Dr. Tanweer Hussain, andEngr, Umer Aftab. This workshop was organized with support from ORIC MUET and PEC. The organizing chairs for this workshop were Prof. Dr. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry (Co-PI NCRA CMS Lab) and Prof. Dr. Abdul Salam Soomro (Chairman Ind. Eng. & Mngt. Dept). The coordinators for the seminar were Engr. Dileep Kumar Soother (Design Engineer/Research Associate, NCRA CMS Lab MUET), Engr. Sanaullah Mehran Ujjan (Programmer/Research Assistant, NCRA CMS Lab MUET), and Engr. Wazir Ali Shar (Teaching Assistant, Ind. Eng. & Mngt. Dept).
The workshop began with the recitation of Holy Quran by Engr. Miskeen Gopang. After that Dr. Shakeel Ahmed Shaikhtook the dice to thank the attendees for joining the workshopand acknowledged the effort and commitment of the resource person from Chamtech Engr. Umer Aftab for providing the students with great training opportunity on such short notice. He expressed gratitude to his team for coordinating and working hard for conceptualization of the CPD workshop and invited Prof. Dr. Abdul Salam Soomro to say few words about the importance of the workshop. Prof. Dr. Abdul Salam Soomro appreciated efforts of Dr. Shakeel Ahmed Shaikh and Prof. Dr. Tanweer Hussain and concluded his remarks by thanking Prof. Dr. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry for his efforts to create a collaborative environment among university departments and his valuable assistance for arranging the workshop.
After the acknowledgment Prof. Dr. Tanweer Hussainformally started the session. He shed light on the importance of Vibrational analysis-based Condition Monitoring in the maintenance industry. He discussed the basic concepts of the vibrational analysis in detail and emphasized how it is in-depth knowledge can open the doorways for job opportunities for the graduates. Then he handed over the session to Engr. Umer aftab for further explanation of the concepts. Engr. Umer aftab then discussed various aspects of vibrational analysis including spectral analysis, time domain signal analysis and different maintenance strategies followed in the industry.
The workshop was attended by a total of 30 multi-discipline and multi-organization attendees. Engineers from various organizations and universities attended this workshopincluding engineers from Master Wind Project Jhampir andlarge number of final year students from Mehran University. The active participation was from Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, IndustrialEngineering, and Mechatronic Engineering departments.
On 2nd day of the workshop, Engr. Umer Aftab covered hands on practice part of the workshop using the Vibexpert tools and Alignment test rig. In which he briefed the participants about the experiments using the Vibexpert for condition monitoring of industrial machines with a practical approach. Then, he allowed participants to practice on the equipment. In the end, there was a question & answer session. The attendees were eager to attend second level of the workshop in the future too.
Then, Engr. Dileep Kumar Soother started the concluding ceremony by calling Engr. Miskeen Ali Gopang for recitation of the verses from the Holy Quran. Then, he requested thedean of Engineering Faculty, Prof. Dr. Khanji Harijan to come on the stage and say few words about importance of the workshop; he was the guest of honor in the closing ceremony. In his speech, Prof. Dr. Khanji Harijan also appreciated the motivation of the participating students, who took out the time from their schedule for learning these new tools. Then, Prof. Dr. BS Chowdhry presented souvenirs to Prof. Dr. KhanjiHarijan and Engr. Umer Aftab. The session was ended with the vote of thanks by the Prof. Dr. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry. He applauded the motivation of the participating members, who took out the time from their schedule for learning about condition monitoring. He also encouraged students to aim high in their career and to always strive for the better and not settle for the ordinary. In last, Prof. Dr. Chowdhry also appreciated the efforts of the organizing team for initiating, planning, organizing and successfully conducting the course.
SMEDA in collaboration with ORIC MUET and NCRA-CMS MUET Organized workshop on “Startup Challenges: How to Start & Manage Your Business”
Prof. Dr. BS Chowdhry, Professor Emeritus, and Co-PI National Center for Robotics and Automation (NCRA) -Condition Monitoring System Lab (CMS Lab), Dr. Inam Bhatti, Director ORIC, Mr. Mukesh Kumar, Provincial Chief of SMEDA were also present in the workshop. Dr. Mir Dost, PhD scholar from Lasbela University, Balochistan conducted session on Business Development Plan”. At the end of the workshop Prof. Dr. Tauha Hussain Ali Pro Vice Chancellor Mehran UET Jamshoro presented Shields to resource persons and certificates among participants of workshop. Session was organized by Dr. Pervaiz Hameed Shaikh Manager ORIC.
NCRA-CMS Lab Receives Token Funding for the Sustainability from EDVON Pakistan
The Final Year Projects evaluation of F16ES batch was held at the Department of Electronics Engineering, MUET, Jamshoro on November 2, 2020. Five Labs of the department were used for the demonstration of Projects, maintaining strict Covid-19 SOPs. The viva sessions were held in parallel in Power Electronics Lab and the Chairperson office.
The event was honored with the presence of dignitaries including Dr. Ahmed Mudasir Khan, Dean FEST Faculty of Engineering, Science and Technology , Indus University, Karachi, and Dr. Abdul Aleem Jamali, Associate Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering QUEST, Nawabshah, as worthy External Examiners to assess the final year projects.
In addition, Prof. Dr. Mukhtiar Ali Unar, Dean, FEECE and Prof. Dr. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry, Professor Emeritus, MUET also graced the event and visited the projects exhibited in various laboratories and attended the presentations. The Event was organized by the FYP Committee and Event Management committee led by Dr. Attiya Baqai, Associate Professor and Convener FYPC, Department of Electronic Engineering, MUET, . She and her team put in exemplary efforts to materialize the successful event.
The support and presence of the Chairperson, Prof. Dr. Arbab Nighat, and the entire faculty encouraged the final year students to effectively demonstrate their hard work and efforts throughout the year specially in tough circumstances posed by Covid-19.
The morale of the students was further raised by the massive praise they received from the External Examiners based on the work they presented in the event. Tremendous technical suggestions were also offered by the externals, dignitaries, and faculty to each group. The F16ES Thesis Abstract booklet of the projects was also presented to external examiners as well as shared with Alumni, Industrial collaborators, and employment providers through the following link to gain visibility for future industrial collaboration.
Three Pak universities host GCWOT’20 at University of Malaga