OPEN HOUSE held at NUST.
RAWALPINDI, August 12, 2009 (Frontier Star): "Open House" for graduating students of Telecommunications and Computer Software Engineering was held at Military College of Signals Military College of Signals (MCS) is located at Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan. Military College of Signals is affiliated with National University of Science and Technology. History Rawalpindi, a campus of National University of Sciences and Technology About the University
NUST is one of the new generations of Pakistani Universities with a progressive and innovative outlook. The University is envisaged to grow as a modern centre of excellence for research and development in the fields of sciences and technology. (NUST NUST National University of Sciences and Technology (Rawalpindi, Pakistan)
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NUST Núcleo de Saúde do Trabalhador (Portugese) ). Rector NUST, Lieutenant General Muhammad Asghar graced the occasion as chief guest. Over 200 guests from telecom and software industry also attended the event. The event provided an opportunity to the students to present their final year projects to representatives from the industry. Approximately 35 different projects, representing years of hard work of telecom and software engineering students were displayed on the occasion. The projects demonstrated the innovation and research of students in their fields of study. These included a variety of research areas, from pure telecomm related "Cognitive Platform Based on Software Defined Radio A wireless terminal (phone, PDA, etc.) that is reconfigurable via software. It enables wireless devices to be easily updated to new or later versions of the air interface and allows multiple interfaces to be supported. " and "Design and Implementation of Optical loop Tester" to novel ideas like "A Brain Computer Interface - called Think Done". Projects like "Integrated Messaging System". "Decision Support System for Motoring and Traffic Control" and "Software Analysis and De-obfuscation Engine" were related to Software Engineering. The projects also included "GSM Interceptor" and "Mosaicing of Orthorectified Images"
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