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Valentine’s Day Circuit Building 2018

Here are the photos of the IEEE student branch Valentine’s Day Circuit Building Event.

Thanks everyone for coming!

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Meet & Greet 2017

Here are some photos from our first meet & greet session for 2017! New members got to meet the committee, and find our what we do here at QMUL’s IEEE Student Branch.

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Space Decent VR And Trip to The Science Museum

In our first event of the new academic year, we decided to organise a trip to the Science Museum to visit a VR exhibition. The exhibition was titled ‘Space Decent with Tim Peake’,we got to experience what was like for astronaut, Tim Peake to descend back to Earth from the ISS. It was a great experience!

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QMUL VR demonstration

Last summer, we organised a VR demonstration on campus where participants got to play games in VR using the HTC Vive. Check out the photos from the event!

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Linux Tutorial

In March we had a Linux tutorial, taught by Jonathan and Julius, where we covered the basics of using the Command Line Interface. Thanks to everyone who came!

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#hashcode 2017

Thank you to everyone who made it to our #hashcode event!
Below are some photos to recap the event.

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Valentine’s Day Circuit Building 2017

Our yearly Valentine’s day circuit building workshop has been another success!
Thank you to everyone who came down to take part in it and to everyone who helped make this event possible! We look forward to next year’s!

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Upcoming event: #hashcode 2017

Google’s #hashcode is an annual team based programming competition where teams are given real engineering problems to solve. #hashcode is coming to Queen Mary this year, and the QMUL IEEESB is going to be assisting in the facilitation of this event, which takes place, Feb 23rd, 17:30-21:30, in the ITL. So do come down and join in the fun!

For more details please check out:

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Hallo-WiE-n 2016

Attention, all monsters and evil spirits,

Not satisfied with a single parade on Halloween? Thirsty for another scary night?

Float or fly over, creep or crawl to our party and give us a fright!
Our IEEE & WiE Student Branch are proud to present the SCARY HALLO-WIE-N NIGHT on Friday 21st October@7pm!

Win prizes for the scariest costume if you dare…
We will serve crispy crickets, lizard skin, dragon eggs, monster blood and other disgustingly delicious dishes and drinks, or just pizza, snacks and regular drinks if you are that weird.

Unfortunately, places in the Underworld are limited, so book a place now and get your guaranteed entrance to the purgatory! Just point your Nether-net browser to this link to get tickets:

Hallo-WiE-n Event Poster

Look forward to see you all there.

Best wishes,


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QMUL IEEESB trip to Hastings

This past Saturday (Sept. 17th) the IEEE Queen Mary student branch day-trip took place. Our destination this year was the historic and charming coastal town of Hastings. Known for the Battle of Hastings and the ruins of the Hastings castle built on 1066, Hastings is a fishing town that has a lot to offer to any visitor. 

Our trip began at Hastings station making our way to the West Hill Lift that would lead us closer to Hastings Castle. Our timing seemed to be perfect since immediately after arriving at Hastings castle we were lead to a small screening building where the history of the town and castle were presented to us via a brief, 10-minute documentary. After the video was over we were able to enjoy the magnificent views from atop the castle hill and explore the ruins and dungeon of the once bustling castle.

Next destination was the beach and pier on the south-most part of the town. Even though Hastings welcomed us with light rain, by the time we reached the beach the weather had settled down and was ideal for a relaxed stroll accompanied by the rhythmic sound of the rolling waves.

Our final stop was the Old Town. Filled with antiques, curiosities and second-hand items, the Old Town can help but awe any visitor. As we walked by we were all lost in admiration of the scenery. No one was able to resist the display windows of antique shops and cute bakeries. As a result, most of us left Hastings with beautiful new finds and even more beautiful memories that we will cherish forever.

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