“Embarking on a captivating journey, the IEEE Day marked a significant chapter for the PES&IAS Hu branch, as its members immersed themselves in a day filled with exploration and knowledge acquisition. The richness of this experience extended far beyond the ordinary, offering a plethora of learning opportunities and collaborative engagements.
At the heart of this event were the myriad purification projects that not only showcased technical prowess but also epitomized the spirit of innovation within the IEEE community. The diverse range of projects not only added a unique flavor to the day but also underscored the branch’s commitment to fostering creativity and problem-solving.
One of the standout features of the day was the collaborative atmosphere that pervaded every session. Members of the PES&IAS branch actively contributed to and benefited from this shared space of intellectual exchange. The cross-pollination of ideas and the seamless flow of knowledge not only enhanced individual understanding but also served as a testament to the collective strength of the IEEE community.
In IEEE DAY We served different projects and booths and it was :
- Entertainment Booth
At IEEE Day, we provided innovation and entertainment together with our entertainment booth. Our society designed an Arduino, spinner wheel and tic-tac-toe games that combined technology, fun, and learning. We aimed to inspire the students for the world of technology, not only to entertain. We were delighted to see the joy on participants’ faces as they experienced the magic of science and engineering in a whole new way.
- Membership Developer Booth
Due to the vital part that Membership developers play at IEEE in order to attract others to be a part of the institute, we made a game aimed to create an engaging platform for others to learn about IEEE and our technical society, by using simple materials and asking questions about IEEE and PES and IAS society.
The way of playing the game was simple, by using two strings and a small cup, the players moved the ball on the path trying not to let it fall out, reaching its final destination. When the ball fell into the tray, they took one chocolate and each one contained a question about IEEE.
The questions asked were the following:
What is the origin of IEEE?
What does IEEE stand for?
What does PES stand for?
What does IAS stand for?
How to be a part of the IEEE organization?
What are the benefits of being a member of IEEE?
the response to the game was positive and achieved the aim of IEEE day which is to let others learn more about IEEE and its different societies.
- Technical Booth
Smart green house
Originally, A greenhouse is a structure that allows people to regulate climatic conditions, such as temperature and humidity. The smart green house has the same concept but it is running on sensors that make the sustainability of this house possible, such as recycling water so we don’t have to provide plants with water periodically. Also, the smart green house generates power that it needs to remain sustainable. The smart green house gives us the stats of different things such as temperature, humidity, water volume in the tank and the level of power in the battery on Metalab so we can keep track of everything that is happening in the green house .
Microscope, a dive deep
The mini microscope used was a part of the technical section for the PES&IAS branch in IEEE day, it was mainly used to provide a tour through various electrical devices, the magnification power used was 100X times which enabled the visitors to see how the phone pixels looks like when magnified, the phone screens (lcd) screens consist of mainly 3 colors, (RGB) the red, green, and blue when controlling the right color contrast different colors shows up which is actually made up of those 3 basic colors resulting in more than 16.7 million colors that may show up, so the white color is shown as how it actually looks like an RGB!
Harnessing Sustainable Energy: The Spiral Wind Turbine Revolutionizing Road Roundabouts
Road roundabouts are ubiquitous features of urban landscapes, designed to improve traffic flow and enhance road safety. Integrating spiral wind turbines into these roundabouts transforms them into energy-generating hubs. The constant movement of vehicles around the roundabout creates a continuous flow of wind, enabling the turbines to rotate and generate electricity. This sustainable approach not only provides clean energy but also utilizes existing infrastructure effectively.