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Based on the huge success of the First IEEE Middle East Student Branch Congress (ME-SBC) hosted by Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT) in Jordan, IEEE Student Branch in Texas A&M University at Qatar is honored to host the Second IEEE Middle East Student Branch Congress in Doha, during the period from March 15, 2011 to March 18, 2010. Texas A&M University at Qatar (TAMUQ).
With three active Student Branches of IEEE in Qatar: Texas A&M University at Qatar Student Branch,Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar Student Branch and Qatar University Student Branch, as well as the presence of Dr. Prasad Enjeti as an IEEE fellow, and a diverse Executive Board of 3 juniors and 4 seniors of different nationalities along side with the enormous accomplishments that started since 2005 with the establishment of Texas A&M University at Qatar, the Second IEEE Middle East Student Branch Congress will provide more than 120 delegates and participants from more than 12 countries with authenticated learning, career enhancement, and exhibition opportunities in the engineering sciences, research, and many other technology areas. The Congress will also feature many distinguished speakers, technical presentations, tutorials, workshops, seminars, etc.
Meanwhile, the congress will introduce the youth to the slogan of Qatar Foundation: “Unlock Human Potentials” through active interactions with other participants who come from different backgrounds, and through multidisciplinary workshops that will expose them to a well engaged society that is heavily involved with research and has the latest technologies, that students can later use in their future careers.
Contact Person: Sinan Sabeeh’11
TAMU-Q Student Branch Chair