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The first PitchD is arriving!

26 March 2019 – 17.30 Politecnico di Torino – Maxwell Room The first PitchD – the PhD’s pitch event is going to arrive. Our PhD IEEE Student Members explain to students, collegues and professors their research. For the first event two PhD student from DET and DISAT will present an insight in their work. Join us to listen their PitchD Embedded Radar…


New initiative: PitchD – the PhD’s pitch

A brand new series of seminars is about to start, and one of the speakers could be you! The initiative is named ‘PitchD – the PhD’s pitch‘ and is addressed to all PoliTo PhD candidates. It consists of series of seminars in which PhD students will present their research work, mainly from a scientific point of view, but also giving…


Maria-Alexandra Paun Visit

We are very grateful for Dr. Maria-Alexandra Paun visit to our University and we were very happy about hosting her. The members enjoyed very much her talk on analysis and modelling of medical electronic devices using three-dimensional simulations, interacting actively. During the visit, the Student Branch Committee and Dr. Maria-Alexandra Paun discussed the opportunity to organize joint events with EPFL….


Analysis and modeling of medical electronic devices using three-dimensional simulations

Emphasis on cochlear implants and insulin pens 16 January 2019 Dr. Maria-Alexandra Paun EPFL, Switzerland Abstract: The recent advances in MedTech have seen an interest for accurate modeling and high-precision simulations in order to characterize and predict the behaviour of medical devices employed in various applications. My presentation will focus on the analysis of modeling using three-dimensional simulations of medical electronic…


Merry Christmas and Season’s Greetings!

The Politecnico di Torino IEEE Student Branch would like to say Merry Christmas and Season’s Greetings to all of our members and followers. See you in the new year for new exiting event. Stay Tuned, and continue to follow us!


Maria-Alexandra Paun, IEEE Switzerland Chair, on the IEEE

The Student Branch is preparing new exciting events for the coming year. Doing that we encounter Dr. Maria-Alexandra Paun, the Chair of the IEEE Switzerland Section. We met her at the EPFL campus, in Lausanne. We decided to ask her some interesting questions to understand better what really means IEEE in her opinion. Dr Maria-Alexandra Paun is currently a researcher…


Boost your career with IEEE!

18 December 2018 Prof. Gianluca Setti IEEE Fellow Member, Politecnico di Torino How the IEEE can support your career? Join us to discover what is the role IEEE plays in an engineer’s education and career. Bio: Gianluca Setti is currently professor at Politecnico di Torino, former professor at University of Ferrara, he held various visiting positions, at the University of Washington, at…


Teaching and Learning with Open Educational Resources (OERs)

6 November 2018 Prof. Sorel Reisman California State University Abstract: Ever since the introduction of the concept of Open Educational Resources (OER), teaching and learning enthusiasts have looked forward to the day that OERs would begin to deliver on their potential.  Today, after more than a decade, administrators and instructors are beginning to understand  the value and benefits of online…


IEEE Day Happy Hour!!

The Politecnico di Torino IEEE Student Branch organises the first Happy Hour to commemorate the 2018 IEEE Day and to celebrate the winning of the Most Improved Student Branch award. We would like to organise more event joyful as this, where we can share in a friendly environment our life as IEEE students.


Welcoming Benedetto Vigna!

It was an honour for us to welcome Benedetto Vigna, STMicroelectronics President, Analog, MEMS and Sensors Group. He presented to the large and interested Politecnico di Torino IEEE Student Branch audience his Distinguish Lecture on Innovation in Big Companies. He teach us that the innovation starts with a good idea, but it can only go forward if the corresponding product roadmap…