Zero Robotics: International Space Station for Bangladesh.

The event “Zero Robotics: International Space Station for Bangladesh”,  is organised by Women in Engineering (WIE) Affinity Group(AG), IEEE  NSU Student Branch in collaboration with the Office of External Affairs,  NSU and Robotics and Automation Society (RAS), IEEE NSU Student  Branch (INSB) on 10 March 2019 from 10:15 am to 01:00 pm at main  Auditorium of North South University. Zero Robotics is an international  high school programming contest where the robots are SPHERES  (Synchronized Position Hold Engage and Reorient Experimental  Satellites) inside the International Space Station (ISS). This event was  an excellent opportunity for Bangladeshi students to know about Zero  Robotics, and it encouraged the students to transcend passive  learning, engaging them as interactive participants. About 150+  students and five faculty members from Hurdco International School  attended this event and helped make this event successful. There was  two Phase of the event, in the first phase there was a quiz competition  among the school students. The second phase was the inspirational  talk, and it’s the main attraction which was started with the welcoming  note by Prof. Atiqul Islam, VC, NSU. Next, the special guest, Prof.  Jahangir Alam, Former VC, CUET delivered his valuable speech. After  that, the chief guest and honourable speaker Mr Mizanul Chowdhury  works at MIT as a System administrator and Architect for Zero Robotics  project under the Department of Aeronautics Astronautics-(MIT), USA  shared his knowledge among the participants. The event ended successfully with the speech of Prof. Dr G.U. Ahsan, Pro VC & Dean,  School of Health & Life Sciences, NSU.


Mar 10 2019


10:15 am - 1:00 pm


North South University.
IEEE NSU Student Branch, WIE Affinity Group


IEEE NSU Student Branch, WIE Affinity Group