Posts By: Humphrey

Updates to the year

What a year it has been so far! Indeed we hope that the year started out well for you all. With the situation world wide, it is clear that Covid-19 is a serious matter and definitely, for the best needed some serious attention.
With that said, …

Orientation Week

It is no secret that the Cape Town sun can be very challenging to bear and even under a gazebo, it’s heat could not be avoided. From the 3rd to the 5th of February, over 75 UCT Societies and Clubs congregated under their stall to …

The new UCT IEEE website is here!

For the longest time, our society did not utilize this platform for the better and after hours of work being poured in, it’s here! All the information is up and ready for viewing but there still remains the job of bettering the sites functionality but …

IEEE President of Technology Council Talk

Please note that this article was originally published on the old UCT IEEE website. This article can be found here.

So check it guys and girls.
On Thursday 7 April we will be hosting one of the IEEE’s most distinguished guests – the President of the IEEE Technology Management Council, …

UCT IEEE SB host talk by Dr Peter Martinez

Please note that this article was originally published on the old UCT IEEE website. This article can be found here.

For their first event of 2010 the UCT IEEE Student branch was pleased to host Dr Peter Martinez. Dr Martinez is a Space Expert and the Division Head …

Opening Meeting 2010 – AGM Report

Please note that this article was originally published on the old UCT IEEE website. This article can be found here.

The UCT IEEE Student Branch held its first Annual General Meeting on the 22nd February 2010 inside Lecture Theatre 2D of Leslie Social building on UCT campus. This was a …

IEEEXTREME Team Get T-shirts and Certificates

Please note that this article was originally published on the old UCT IEEE website. This article can be found here.

Last year some of our student branch members participated in the IEEEXtreme programming challenge. They just recently received their certificates and t-shirts for participating in the challenge!

From left to …

IEEE EPICS-High and the Western Cape Breeze

Please note that this article was originally published on the old UCT IEEE website by Nana-Ampofo Ampofo-Anti. This article can be found here.

Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) (http://epics.ecn.purdue.edu) is a program that organizes university and high-school / secondary school students to work on engineering-related projects for local …