IEEE Inauguration & Logo Competition

ZOOM

For the first time at SRM UNIVERSITY AP, we are pleased to host the IEEE SB and IEEE WIE events. We are organising the first event in this respect. This event will discuss “IEEE and its benefits to student fraternities.” A logo competition will also be held as part of the pre-event. SRM AP students will design logos for both IEEE SB and IEEE WiE. (prior to the event). A student with the best logo for IEEE SB and a student with the best logo for IEEE WiE will be selected as winners. A one-year IEEE student membership worth INR4000 will be awarded to the winners.

IEEE Membership Recruitment Drive

W101 W101, Vikram Sarabhai Block, SRM University-AP, Amaravathi, Andhra Pradesh, India

The IEE Student Branch of SRM-AP in collaboration with the IEEE Women in Engineering branch is holding a Recruitment Drive for those eager to join IEEE.

Free

International Women’s Day 2023 Webinar on “Introduction to superconducting circuits fabrication”

The IEEE Women in Engineering, in collaboration with the IEEE Student Branch SRM-AP, is hosting a webinar to celebrate International Women's Day. The event will feature a talk titled "Introduction to Superconducting Circuits Fabrication" delivered by Dr. Natalia Pankratova, the Lead Nanofabrication Engineer at Alice and Bob in France, who has been invited to speak at the event. Registration Link below https://srmap.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hSwIy7u8SuuLY-IGotphAQ  

Nonlinear and topological Nano photonics

Short bio of Speaker: Andrea Blanco-Redondo is FPCE Endowed Professor of Optics and Photonics at CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, at the University of Central Florida, where her group focuses on novel concepts on nonlinear and topological quantum nanophotonics. For the past four years she was the Head of Silicon Photonics Research at Nokia Bell Labs in New Jersey, USA. From 2015 to 2019, she was first a postdoctoral researcher and then the Professor Harry Messel Research Fellow at the School of Physics of the University of Sydney, Australia. From 2007 to 2015 she was a photonics researcher and project manager with the Aerospace and Telecom departments of Tecnalia, Spain. She received her PhD and MSc in Electrical Engineering from the University of the Basque Country (Spain) and the University of Valladolid (Spain) respectively. She has served as Optica Director at Large, Associate Editor for Optics Continuum, and Guest Editor for several Special Issues. She received the 2018 OSA Ambassador distinction, the 2016 Geoff Opat Award of the Australian Optical Society to the top Australian Early Career Researcher, and a 2014 Ada Byron Award to the top Women in Technology in Spain.