• ICRAI 2019

    October 21~22, 2019

    NUST CEME

    Rawalpindi, Pakistan



  • ICRAI 2019

    October 21~22, 2019

    NUST CEME

    Rawalpindi, Pakistan



  • ICRAI 2019

    October 21~22, 2019

    NUST CEME

    Rawalpindi, Pakistan



  • ICRAI 2019

    October 21~22, 2019

    NUST CEME

    Rawalpindi, Pakistan



  • ICRAI 2019

    October 21~22, 2019

    NUST CEME

    Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Workshops


Following workshops will be held in ICRAI-2019 Conference.

Workshop-1 : 3D Reconstruction using 3DF Zephyr workshop


Dr. Waqar Shahid
Assistant Professor
NUST-College of E&ME, Rawalpindi
Introduction of Dr. Waqar Shahid


Workshop: 3DF Zephyr is the software solution by 3DFLOW to automatically deal with any 3D reconstruction and scanning challenge. No matter what camera sensor, drone or laser scanner device you are going to field. We have all the tools including drones and cameras.
Workshop Topics are same as given at this link.


Workshop-2 : How to avail Financial/Technology Aid via IEEE


Haris Zaman
Managing Director Hexnuclei Engineering Pvt Ltd
Cairperson IEEE SIGHT Islamabad Section



Workshop : In this workshop we will focus on sharing information regarding how to apply for the grants being offered by IEEE HAC in different categories like SIGHT, HAC Events, HAC Projects and Conference Participation Programs and best practices will be shared with the participants by the IEEE SIGHT Volunteer.


Workshop-3 : Nonlinear Dynamics and Robotics


Dr. Sajid Iqbal
Fellow IEEEP
Assistant Professor
Department of Mechatronics & Control Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology (UET)
Lahore.
Introduction of Dr. Sajid Iqbal


Dr. Imran Akhtar
Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
NUST College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Introduction of Dr. Imran Akhtar


Workshop : This workshop presents a summary of applications of chaos and fractals in robotics. Firstly, basic concepts of deterministic chaos and fractals will be discussed. Then, fundamental tools of chaos theory used for identifying and quantifying chaotic dynamics will be shared. Principal applications of chaotic dynamics and fractal structures in robotics research, such as chaotic mobile robots, chaotic behavior exhibited by mobile robots interacting with the environment, chaotic optimization algorithms, chaotic dynamics in bipedal locomotion and fractal mechanisms in modular robots will be presented. .