Students from NUST School
of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS) have won the
Pakistan Science Fair Award 2020 organised by Ulster University, United
Kingdom. The award ceremony took place at Shamadan Hall, Serena Hotel,
Islamabad, on January 28, 2020.
Noor Binte Amir, student of Bachelors of Engineering in Software
Engineering (BESE), secured first position, whereas Muhammad Kamran Janjua,
student of Bachelors of Science in Computer Science (BSCS), secured third
position in the Individual Poster Competition. The title of the winning poster
by Noor was "FLOWLINES: Tackling Body Image Issues using AI-Based Autodraw
Art in AR", and the title of Kamran’s poster was "Plant Health
Monitoring via Motion Induced Priors."
The Pakistan Science Fair Award 2020 is a collaborative project
between Ulster University, UK and Pakistan’s leading universities; NUST, Air
University, Bahria University, and FAST NUCES. This competition provided an
opportunity for students to showcase their talent, as well as continue their
studies with Ulster University. Students participated in Pakistan Science Fair
Awards 2020, and designed posters that proposed innovative uses of Data Science
or Artificial Intelligence.
NUST family is proud of Noor and Kamran - we congratulate them
on their remarkable achievements, commend them for making us proud, and wish
them more success and glory in their future endeavours.
February 6, 2020