ACM Student Chapter

  • Technovation 2.0 by NSU ACM SC

    Technovation 2.0 by NSU ACM SC

    Technovation 2.0, a four-day tech fest held at North South University between 21st and 25th November, organized by NSU ACM Student Chapter and presented by the Index Group of companies, has successfully concluded. The Gold Sponsor for this event was Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited. Technovation 2.0 is the signature event of NSU ACM Student Chapter. It comprises of a large number of segments ranging from robotics to gaming to mobile applications, all of which help to explore the boundaries of the field of Computer Science and Engineering. Amongst the 8 segments was Datathon, a data science-based competition […]

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    North South University ACM Student Chapter had successfully organized “Innovation Challenge Season 7” on the 18th of April, 2019. The event was held from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM at North South University. Innovation Challenge 7 was jointly organized by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, North South University and NSU ACM Student Chapter, co-sponsored by Mutual Trust Bank, and supported by bKash, one of the largest mobile financial service providers in Bangladesh. They have previously recruited students of NSU on-campus and were present to establish a rapport with the talented graduating students. The winning projects […]

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  • HackNSU


    HackNSU, a Hackathon organized by NSU ACM SC and co-sponsored by Airposted, was a great opportunity for students and tech enthusiasts alike. Held on April 4th, 2019, at North South University premises, the programme attracted students from various universities all over the country. Of the participating teams, in addition to teams from NSU, there were teams and participants from institutions such Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST), BRAC University, Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST) and Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT). A team from TESOL was also present. […]

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  • Seminar on Cloud Computing and Security

    NSU ACM Student Chapter in collaboration with the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Dept. successfully organized a seminar on ‘Cloud Computing & Security’ on 3rd March 2019 at North South University. The seminar was conducted by Mr. AKM Bahalul Haque, lecturer of the ECE department of North South University. His research areas include Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems and he also has noteworthy research papers on the matter. The seminar began at 4:00 PM with more than 60 participants. The fundamentals of cloud computing were discussed with several examples. The speaker talked about the importance of cloud […]

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  • Hour of Code by ACM Student Chapter

    Hour of Code by ACM Student Chapter

    North South University ACM Student chapter has successfully organized “Hour of Code” for the very first time on the 9th of December, 2018. Hour of Code is an event celebrated all over the world where the basic concepts of coding are taught to newcomers in a fun and interesting session that lasts an hour. NSU ACM student chapter undertook this great initiative in order to celebrate “Computer Science Education Week”. The event began on NSU premises at 1 PM with a beautiful ceremony. The Chairman of the ECE Department, Dr. Shazzad Hossain, along with the faculty sponsor […]

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  • Intra NSU Programming Contest Fall 2018

    Intra NSU Programming Contest Fall 2018

      The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering organized Intra NSU Programming Contest (INPC) Fall 2018 in collaboration with NSU ACM SIGAPP Student Chapter and NSU Problem Solvers on 23 November 2018. With over 91 registrants, this INPC was one of the biggest of its kind in the history of NSU. Hosted by Toph and supported by NSU IT Office, the contest took place at NSU PZone and began at 09:15 AM. The participants had 4 hours to code the solutions of 12 algorithmic problems in C, C++, or Java. The problems varied in the level of […]

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