Hey there folks! The IEEE-IST Student Branch Chapters/AG’s elections starts now. Apply here!
Hey there folks! We’re reaching the end of another amazing year, filled with activities and projects, so the time has come to hit the refresh button on our team. The IEEE-IST Student Branch officer elections starts now. Apply here!
Hey there folks! We’re reaching the end of another amazing year, filled with activities and projects, so the time has come to hit the refresh button on our team. The IEEE-IST Student Branch officer elections will take place this month (elections for chapters and affinity groups will be announced later).
It was a very practical workshop in which all 28 students present followed the steps given by the speaker. Learning how to use GitHub, a very usefull version controll system used in IT related area. Was on the 9th of March at 3:00pm at Taguspark Campus the speaker was Nuno Nogueira. Was organized by: NEETI (Núcleo Estudantil de Engenharia de Telecomunicações e Informática) in colaboration with IEEE-IST Student Branch (Instituto Superior Técnico). Facebook Event Event Photos
The IEEE-IST Student Branch celebrated its 25th anniversary. The celebration served as an amazing opportunity to hold a STEP event. This event was held at Instituto Superior Técnico and included a membership elevation ceremony. In it, several IST faculty members were elevated to senior members of IEEE, and student members who had finished their degrees, were also elevated to graduate members. Event Page In addition to the ceremony, the event featured lots of interesting talks and workshops, mostly given by IEEE active volunteers from Region 8, IEEE Portugal Section, and…read more
This workshop was lectured by an IEEE member, with the help of Borrow a Workshop Region 8 programm, who shared his experience of HTML5 and Web Design with the students who attended the workshop. In two hours of intense knowledge acquiring, 21 enthusiastic students had the opportunity to learn the most important and used concepts of HTML5, the differences between HTML4 and HTML5, structure and semantics, new elements among other topics. Was on the 26th of February at 3:00pm at Taguspark Campus the speaker was Élvio Sousa. Was organized by: IEEE-IST Student Branch (Instituto Superior Técnico). Facebook Event…read more
This workshop was lectured by IEEE-IST Computer Society member, who shared his experience with Linux with the students who attended the workshop. For more than 3 hours IEEE members helped the students take their first steps in Linux teaching them how to set it up and basic comand line controls. The workshop had the participation of 37 freshman. Was on the 23rd of February at 3:00pm at Taguspark Campus the speaker was André Pires. Was organized by: IEEE-IST Student Branch (Instituto Superior Técnico). Facebook Event Evento Photos
There are many events that don’t have enough participants, not because they aren’t interesting, but because of lack of advertising. Nowadays, IEEE-IST SB main channels to publicize the events are social networks and posters spread all over our university. To guarantee that everyone can publish his events the best way possible, we decided to do a workshop called Poster Design! Conducted by Miguel Dias, a member of our Student Branch and already with several titles in some main photography sites, the participant were able to learn some basic but very…read more
This workshop was lectured by an IEEE member who is part of the NODESCHOOL community, who shared his experience with NODE.JS with the students who attended the workshop. we had circa 20 students interested in learning node.js, in the end some of the students stayed after hours to discuss personal node experience and ask some questions to the Speaker. The topics were basically teaching the basics and fundamentals behind node.js, we were initiated in NODESCHOOL’s basic course: learnyounode. Tickets were sold using tito.io Was on the 3rd of December, 2014…read more
With Christmas knocking on the door, it was time to organize a creative and fun activity allusive to the theme. So we thought, why about cupcakes? Teams of 2-4 people had the opportunity to make their own cupcakes. The activity had three stages: creating the base, baking and decorating. The participants creativity was shown by the combinations of flavors, textures and colors. The activity also allowed the participants to acquire more cooking notions and tricks for the holiday season. In a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the teams showed enthusiasm, proactivity…read more