University of Leeds Student Branch triumphs at IEEE Awards
The hard work of The University of Leeds’ IEEE Student Branch has been recognised at the IEEE Annual Awards Ceremony.
The University of Leeds’ IEEE Student Branch was awarded the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' (IEEE) Exemplary Student Branch Award of 2020, and the Darrel Chong Student Activity Awards for hosting the 2nd IEEE UK & Ireland YP Postgraduate STEM Research Symposium.
The awards are based on activities delivered by the 2019-20 committee and stand for appreciation of the hard work and enthusiastic drive of the committee members. The 2nd IEEE UK & Ireland YP Postgraduate STEM Research Symposium was a single day event that provided opportunity to early STEM researchers, both professionals and students, to present their research, receive feedback and explore the possibilities of turning research into an enterprise. The symposium was hosted at the University of Leeds, and co-organised with the IEEE UK & Ireland Young Professionals.
Dr Mustafa Bakr, chairperson of the IEEE Student Branch said,
This is a fantastic recognition of the achievements of our newly formed student branch. My earnest thanks go to our members, speakers and committee who make it all possible.
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. The student branch plays a role in providing learning and networking opportunities to our fellow students and early career researchers in Leeds and engage with professional IEEE members locally and internationally. You can find more details about our student branch here.