WePower Track IEEE YESIST 12 Winners & Finalists
UTAS-Ibri students’ gained honors and success in an International Forum: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – A Professional Organization (IEEE).
(Batch 1) UTAS-Ibri Alumni, Young Professionals:
ABIR MAJID SAIF AL-MAQBALI (76S1533)
AISHA MOHAMMED KHALIFA HAMAD AL-MAQABAILY (56S1563)
MARYAM NASSER SAID AL-HINAI (72S15191)
SAFA ABDULLAH SALIM AL-SAKITI (72S15237)
Members of Batch 1 were declared as the WINNERS of the WePower Track of the IEEE YESIST 12 (Youth Endeavors for Social Innovation Using Sustainable Technology Season 12) for the presentation of their project, entitled, "Highway Energy Harvesting with Vertical Axis Wind Turbine in Ibri Wilayat, Oman" on 18th September 2021.
(Batch 2) Diploma Level Students:
SARA RASHID JABER AL-ABRI (72S1834)
WAFA SALIM ABDULLAH AL-HINAI (72J19183)
Members of Batch 2 were FINALISTS in the Grand Finale of the WePower Track of the IEEE YESIST 12 and for the presentation of their project, entitled, "A Feasible Method to Reduce the Avian Mortality for Solar PV" on 19th September 2021.
IEEE YESIST, an international talent show, is a platform for students and young professionals to showcase their fresh ideas and find the key to humanitarian and social issues directly affecting the community around them. Around 3000 young minds from 30+ countries presented their projects. (Reference: IEEE YESIST12 2021).
Though a lot of hurdles were faced by the students, they were able to overcome all of them and have successfully proven their knowledge in front of the international community and juries. It is a great exposure for the students in boosting their confidence level.
The juries of the event, in the WePower Track, are Dr. S. N. Singh, IIT Kanpur, India, and Dr. Panom, UK University. They appreciated the effort, techniques used, and installation of the Wind Turbine Project.
The jury of the second project also appreciated the project's innovative solution on the dark side of the Solar PV.
Both projects are URG-Funded Projects to UTAS-Ibri.
Sincere and heartfelt gratitude goes to the Dean, ADAA, ADFA, HoD, HoS, RCC Team, and the Engineering Faculty Team for providing their constant support of the above said URG Projects Progress.
It is hoped that this may give wings to the winners and finalists and see the world with confidence. Enshallah.