Expose Forum 2013 will be held on January 10th 2014. Organized by the E-Club, the official student body of the Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, University of Moratuwa, the forum aims in bridging up the gap between the industry and academia in Sri Lanka. The modern electronic and telecommunication engineering is developing at an unimaginable rate, with the emergence of superior hardware, automation and innovation. The department has identified the fields of Biomedical Engineering, High-Performance Computing and Industrial Automation as emerging technologies and the Expose Forum 2013 will be focused on those. The president of the E-Club, Tharindu Adikari said, “The E-club has always been a step ahead in organizing various projects throughout the year. E-Forum is the main event in terms of industry relations and student skill development. A forum of this nature is especially important to the department at a time it is attempting to produce more job creators than job seekers”.
Expose Forum will build an arena where the undergraduates, the alumni and the industry can formally interact, to strengthen the understanding between each other. Universities are one of the forces that drive the industry and hence it is of great importance that these parties involve in continuous discussions. The talents and skills of the undergraduates will also be exposed at the forum and the superiors will be given their due recognition. The final year projects will be demonstrated which will uncover novel technologies. Another importance in the E-Forum would be the release of E-Carrier 2013 the official magazine of the E-Club.
Dr Ajith Pasqual, Head of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering had a quick chat with us regarding the event. See youtube video below.
For more information contact via www.facebook.com/UOM.EForum or firstname.lastname@example.org
More info on the event: http://digit.lk/event/expose-forum-2014/