The IEEE WIE ISSAT Sousse Student Affinity Group organized the first edition of the “Girl Day” in conjunction with the International Celebration of “Girl Global Day” and “Engineering Week” on 26th February 2016.
Girl Day 2016 was an opportunity to present to WIE members and students the mission of IEEE Women In Engineering and its benefits and to make young women and girls more aware of engineering as a potential career choice.
In this event, the IEEE WIE Tunisia Affinity Group chair, Dr.Boudour Ammar has presented the upcoming events of the WIE Tunisia as she has launched the IEEE STAR program.
The IEEE WIE ISSAT Sousse Student AG is honoured to be represented by its Chairwoman, Abir Chermiti, in the International Leadership Conference, IEEE WIE ILC 2016.
It is a great pleasure to invite you to participate in the Raspberry Pi training organized by the IEEE ENIS SB in partnership with the IEEE WIE Tunisia AG.
This training session aims to improve students’ skills in embedded systems development , using the Raspberry Pi board. It will be animated by Mr. Nidhal Akrout, an expert in robotics, hardware design and embedded systems.
The first WIE Tunisian competition is organized by the IEEE WIE Tunisia Affinity Group. The video competition of the year 2015 aims to encourage WIE Tunisia members to work together, to organize meetings and to participate to the Humanitarian Activities.
The video gives more details about:
-The Student Affinity group activities
-How women can participate to charity program?
This competition is eligible to IEEE WIE Tunisia members. Typically a team is composed of a team leader (WIE member) and a couple or three participants (WIE student members). The link of the video must be sent to <[email protected]> (for example youtube link) by the extended deadline December 19, 2015.
Duration of the video: max 20mn.
Language: essentially English and some arabic words are permitted.
Application: The announcement of the award will be in the TSYP congress on December 2015.
Committee: The competition Committee is composed of IEEE WIE Tunisia Affinity Group officers:
The WIE Innovation Apps For Humanitarian Activities Contest recognizes students who develop unique solutions to real-world problems or special needs using computing (either Mobile, Web Apps or Project Idea) , engineering, science and leadership skills to benefit their community, the world at large, or both.
The contest offers students the perfect opportunity to have their ingenuity and enthusiasm for engineering and technology recognized by IEEE members around the globe.
It is organized by the IEEE WIE ISSATSo Student Affinity Group in partnership with the IEEE WIE Tunisa Affinity Group.
Submit your Apps or project Ideas here : http://ieee.fluidsurveys.com/s/WIE_Innovation_Apps/
On the occasion of Tunisian women’s day: August 13, 2015. Boudour AMMAR chair of WIE Tunisia Affinity Group and Nouha Dziri chair of WIE Affinity group Student Branch ENIS were honored to be the guest with two powerful and successful Tunisian women at Sfax’s radio. Hayat Omri is a researcher in the field of organic chemistry. She holds a PhD in Applied Chemistry. In 2013 she won the gold medal of the Olympiads of young inventors and in 2015 she was elected as Honorary President of the French Federation of inventors. Mariem Ezzehi is a pilot and she conducted a plane and traveled with 100 women in order to celebrate the day of women.
Boudour Ammar and Nouha DZIRI had the occasion to promote IEEE WIE membership and talk about the benefits of joining the powerful community of IEEE women in engineering.
They also mentioned that IEEE WIE gives the opportunity to create communities that fuel innovation, facilitate knowledge sharing and provide support through highly interactive sessions designed to foster discussion and collaboration and most importantly that IEEE WIE advocate women in leadership roles in IEEE governance and career advancement for women in the profession.
The 17th edition of Univ-Expo ofSfaxwas held from 07 till 9 July, 2015 in the space of Sfax International Fair. It was organized by the University of Sfax.It consisted of the participation of about tens of universities, public research centers and institutions and private institutions.This event is an opportunity to discover areas related to technology transfer, entrepreneurship, presentation of scientific equipment and academic clubs.
The exhibition included several booths dedicated to important graduation projects, scientists, laboratories and research units. The projects of cooperation with foreign institutions were exposed as well. At this event, a policy space has been in favor of new students to advise and direct their choices towards specialties with high employability.
As usual, IEEE ENIS Student Branch participated to this event by preparing a booth there. The booth contained brochures, magazines and posters to advertisethe services given by IEEE. IEEE members encouraged the fair visitors not only to join the IEEE community but also to be an active member in one or more of IEEE societies such as RAS.
The presence of Women was highly noticeable.They come to the fair either as visitors or exhibitors. Tens of female engineers visited the fair in order to ensure the main role played by women in the research, technological and social life.
In its first 2015 edition, WIMTA was organized in Omar-El-Khayem hotel, Hammamet-Tunisia during March 16-19, 2015. Tens of male and female engineers assisted to the event. Many presentations about artificial intelligence were held during the workshop. There were poster sessions between the presentations.
A talk about IEEE was elaborated. It included a presentation of IEEE, its different services, societies and grants, etc. This talk encouraged many people from the audience to be not only an IEEE member but also to subscribe themselves in other diverse societies. Within this presentation, a meeting between female engineers took place. It was an opportunity of knowledge exchange and experiences sharing between women from different disciplines and ages.
The workshop was winded up by a training session about how to provide good communication skills while doing a scientific presentation. At the end,those who have the best selected posters were crowned by getting awards from the organizing committee.
TSBC is a national event supported by IEEE where more than200 young engineering students and young professionals from all engineering schools in Tunisia meet together to discuss present and future engineering challenges, network and learn more about the IEEE.
In its 2014 edition, the TSBC was organized by the IEEE Student Branch of the National Engineering School of Sfax (ENIS) in partnership with the IEEE WIE Tunisia AG, on December 22-23, 2014 in Sousse – Tunisia.
The purpose of this event is to help students gain further insight, enabling exchange of knowledge and skills. The plenary sessions and workshops in this congress will not only put their focus on research and technological developments, but also career issues and the importance of developing the so-called soft skills.
The program included technical activities as well as professional and educational activities presented by international and well known speakers. An IEEE WIE Workshop was presented by Simay Akar, MGA (Global) Women in Engineering Committee Member.
In this workshop Women in Engineering Affinity Group benefits were discussed. Participants had the opportunity to exchange ideas in interactive discussion groups and focus on new projects regarding WIE interest areas.
Participants’ Group photo
Simay with IEEE women in engineering student members