Envisioning the Emerging Tech
Evolving through Differences
Society of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - SEEE KU
Founded back in 2000 AD, Society of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is a student club under the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Kathmandu University. SEEE is involved in improving learning environment and the welfare of the students in the department since its establishment. Being a multidisciplinary club it not only focuses on the topic related to Electrical and Electronics but also conducts social welfare activities and helps improve interaction among students at the department. We are working under 3A's - Alumni, Academics & Activities.
Our Vision & Goals
SEEE aims to create a strong alumni network of Electrical & Electronics Engineers graduated from Kathmandu University. We aim to create a strong bond between the seniors & juniors.
Academics is a major part of students’ study in the university. SEEE organizes different programs related to academics which helps to accelerate their academics skills.
SEEE not only focus on the particular field of Electrical and Electronics but also organizes various extra activities so that members gets to feel the multi disciplinary approach.
Our Annual Magazine
Encipher is an annual magazine published by SEEE & DoEEE-KU annually. The publication was started from 2007 and since then it has been a platform for students and faculties to share their interest about the rising technology in communication as well as power sector. This magazine comprises articles grouped as research section, technical section and expression section. Also, the highlights of this magazine are interviews of experts and experiences of the faculty members and the students on various events related to emerging technologies.
As the President of departmental club of Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, I am very proud to lead such a dedicated and enthusiastic group of individuals who are passionate about Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Our club is committed to promoting academic excellence, professional development, and community engagement among our members. We strive to create a vibrant learning environment that fosters creativity, innovation, and collaboration. We organize a variety of events and activities, such as technical workshops, seminars, and competitions, that provide our members with opportunities to develop their technical skills and gain hands-on experience. Our club also aims to give back to the community by organizing outreach programs and volunteering at local schools and organizations by providing various training which helps to improve skills of any individual. We believe that it is important to share our knowledge and expertise with others and inspire the next generation of Engineers. I want to thank each and every one of our members for their hard work, dedication, and enthusiasm. Together, we can achieve great things and make a positive impact in our community.
Mr. Ayush Marasini
Communications and Information Processing Nepal Conference
The CIP-N Conference and Interest Group aims to bring together professionals, academics, research scholars, institutions, and stakeholder agencies in Nepal and abroad (particularly Nepalese Diaspora) to discuss ways to tackle contemporary challenges of Nepal in the communications and information/signal processing sector. The Conference and Interest group will provide the framework, as well as various platforms, to collectively contribute to the Technological Readiness Level (TRL) uplifting of Nepal. The CIP-N Conference and Interest Group is an Open and Not-for-Profit platform. It is currently being setup and administered by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Kathmandu University, Nepal, with contributions from its faculty, students, and alumni. For more information: cipn.ku.edu.np
Our Annual Event
EEPEx is a platform to showcase the projects and prototype ideas that the students of the electrical and electronics department from different levels as a part of their yearly curriculum. However, without undermining the fact that these annual projects meant so much more than just a basis of a yearly evaluation, the idea of exhibiting these great pieces of innovation was put forward. It is something that the students have developed applying the knowledge that they have acquired through hours of lectures and from pages of books molded into their projects to be showcased as an applicable scientific innovation and a sigh of bliss for the society.