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Chapter Approval Letter : Letter of Approval
Date of Approval: 27 Oct, 2016

ExCom 2020-21

Chair: Prof. Sanjay Srivastava, DA-IICT Gandhinagar
Secretary-cum-Treasurer: Abhishek Jani, DA-IICT Gandhinagar
Vice Chair, Technical Activity: Mr. Anup, Founder CEO, InSignEx, Anand0
Vice Chair, Educational Activity: Dr. Mahmadasraf Mulla, NIT Surat
Immediate Past Chair: Dr. Anil Roy, DA-IICT Gandhinagar

ExCom 2019

Chair: Anil K Roy, Senior Member, IEEE
Secretary-cum-Treasurer: Dhruv Gupta
Vice Chair, Educational and Technical Activity: Sanjay Srivastava, Senior Member, IEEE
Students Engagement: Abhishek Jani

  • Events
    1. Winter School 2021 (6 Feb, 2021)

      Dates: Feb 6-7, 2021 (Saturday, Sunday)
      Format: Online
      Theme: Wearable Sensors and DevicesFollowing talks were delivered:

      6 February 2021

      • Rudra Pratap (IISc, Bangalore, India)
        Topic: “Discovering Templates of Engineering Design Hidden in Nature’s Transducers”
      • Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay (Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia)
        Topic: “From sensors to computing, Trends for Wearable and Medical Devices”
      • Chandan Sethi (Founder & CEO, innoWear, Hong Kong)
        Topic: “Can Wearables Predict Health Risks Like COVID-19?”
      • Indira Negi (Vice President, AliveCor, USA)
        Topic: “A Health Product or a Brilliant Gadget?”

       

      7 February 2021

      • Behraad Bahreyni (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
        Topic: “Smart Textile”
      • Jürgen Kosel (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia)
        Topic: “Wearable Printed Graphene Sensors”
      • Rahul Todi (International Product Marketing Manager, Dialog Semiconductors, The Netherlands)
        Topic: “Key Priorities for Powering Wearables”
      • Ravinder Dahiya (University of Glasgow, Scotland)
        Topic: “Tactile Skin in Robotics and Medical Applications”
      • Veena Misra (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA)
        Topic: “Self-Powered Wearable Sensors for Health and Environmental Monitoring”

       

      • There was a Quiz on Wearables and Sensors during Valedictory Session.
        The event was attended by 152 delegates, 10 speakers and 7 volunteer students.

 

 

 

 

Encouraged by the initiation of 2020 IEEE President, Professor Toshio Fukuda, and IEEE R10 Director, Professor Akinori Nishihara, the IEEE Gujarat Section Sensors Council Chapter has started this ambitious project, “REACHING LOCALS.” The goal of the project is to provide a trusted source of educational resources and services to a section of aspiring people, primarily students, who previously did not have access. We believe that this initiative will inspire a global audience and expand knowledge for the benefit of humanity. A seed fund of USD $300 was received from IEEE Region 10 in acknowledgment of our initiative and effort.

We are currently translating the interesting and engaging engineering lessons of Try Engineering into the local language (Gujarati) in order to reach out to non-English speaking communities.

Check out these select lessons:

We will keep adding more and more translated lessons in this list.

To make this project sustainable in terms of content translation, we are taking help of 11-12th grade science students and first year undergrad engineering students.

We hope that this will enhance IEEE’s visibility in local community.

  1. Educational Activity: MYOSA

  1. International Students Contest

  1. Conference Capturing Production

  1. Smart City

Meritorious Service Award 2017

Dr. Anil K Roy, chapter chair won the prestigious IEEE Sensors Council 2017 Meritorious Service Award, “For tireless volunteer efforts and innovations in recording of IEEE SENSORS presentations, next-day web-downloads and outstanding leadership in creating increased IEEE Sensors Council visibility and reputation through web-presence.

Outstanding Chapter Award 2018

IEEE Sensors Council Chapter of Gujarat Section won the Outstanding Chapter Award 2018 October 2019 in Montreal.

Outstanding-Chapter-Award-2018 2018 IEEE Sensors Council Outstanding Chapter Award