Students of BURCH University's Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Jasna Nuhić, Amila Kaharević, Naida Hodžić, Ermin Šunj, Tarik Ibrahimpašić and Dalibor Đumić, with mentor Damir Bilić, will attend the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Student and Young Professional Congress in Sarajevo 2016.
The congress will be a platform for ongoing collaboration, allowing students and young profesionals to think creatively, develop new ideas and work with the IEEE global community to realise their ideas. Through a variety of technical and non-technical workshops, industry lectures from global experts, professional networking, and social events, students and young professionals will acquire new contacts and develop collaborative relationships with industry in Bosnia and Herzegovina and around the world.
IEEE is global technical community and universally recognized for the contributions of technology and of technical professionals in improving global conditions. IEEE's purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
One of the activities of the congress will be Ideation-Innovation Hackathon, where students from all universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina will present their ideas.
With the help of mentor Damir Bilić, students of second and third year of EEE department are currently developing and implementing the idea of Health Monitoring System. The aim of this project is to provide health monitoring for elderly and disabled people at home by using automated measurement with personal identification to support daily health care and improve quality of life.
IEEE Student and Young Professional Congress will be held in Sarajevo (capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina), from 1st to 4th of December 2016 in organisation of IEEE Bosnia and Herzegovina Section Young Professionals.