December 6, 2017

Computer Society Chapter

Computer Society Goal

Be essential to the global technical community and computer professionals everywhere and be universally recognized for the contributions of technical professionals in developing and applying technology to improve global conditions.

"In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure."
Bill Cosby

Xtreme preparation

Here’s some precious moments captured from one of the sessions of computer society chapter that was really successful with its entertaining activities that motivated and excited everyone and with its technichal activities that allowed the participants to test out their levels.
We aimed to motivate members to register and compete in IEEEXtreme and get to know each other with team building activities.


After a series of workshops dedicated to improve members’ skills in programming. ENIT IEEE SB, yearly, welcomes the event with open arms in an attempt to reinforce the teamwork spirit and give the 150 students a golden occasion to compete with others on a international scale not only on a national one. The IEEEXtreme concept in ENIT goes beyond the simple fact of programming. Various activities are offered to the participants: Karaoke, PingPong challenges, movies and games… which represents a respite for programmers and guarantees lots of non-stop excitement.

web development training session

The training session was the quickest way to get started building websites. CS members dived head first into HTML and CSS, skilled up with live coding exercises, and by the end of the day they had a working web page.

robotics initiation to high school students

IEEE Computer Society ENIT Student Branch Chapter , in collaboration with Women In Engineering affinity group and IEEE RAS Enit, organized a workshop for pupils in which the IEEE members gave an initiation on the Arduino and appInventor at the Pioneer High School Menzah VIII (LPM8). An amazing experience of sharing knowledge among younger enthusiastic souls and letting them getting a little exposed to what an engineer life looks like.

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