IEEE - CAS Bangalore Chapter, India     CAS Chapter - Region 10
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - Circuits and Systems Society
Goals: To conduct seminars, workshops, and other events pertaining to all aspects of electronic circuits and systems

Events - 2018
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IEEE-CAS Bangalore Chapter is organizing 2-DIY events: One-day conference IDIYE 2018 on June 16, 2018 and a Two-day Electronics DIY - A Hands-on Approach during June 17-18, 2018. Both the events require separate registrations. Please refer to the details below.

2. Two-day workshop on Electronics DIY - A Hands-on Approach
Organized by: IEEE CAS Bangalore Chapter and Supported by IEEE Bangalore Section & Texas Instruments India
Instructor: Prof. Dhananjay V. Gadre (NSIT, New Delhi, India)
Date: June 17-18, 2018
Time: 9 AM to 5 PM
Venue: Texas Instruments India, Bangalore Campus, Bangalore 560093

Download workshop announcement with workshop agenda (PDF)

Registration: The workshop is open to both IEEE and non-members. There is a nominal fee to cover the costs of the workshop. Participants will get a working lunch and refreshments on the days, a certificate, and an MSP430 LunchBox. Register online no later than May 25, 2018 and make the payment either through NEFT or by sending a DD using the below details. The DD/Chq should reach us by June 2, 2018:
For NEFT:

Name of the account / Payable to: IEEE CAS Bangalore Chapter
A/C number – 1057 2947 24
Central Bank of India
Miller Road Extension Branch (Code 02314)
IFSC Code: CBIN0282314
  • NOTE: Please send a screenshot of the NEFT Transaction to accounts@ieee-cas-bangalore.org with a copy to registration@ieee-cas-bangalore.org mentioning your Name and A/c number for our reference.
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    Your registration will be confirmed and further details will be mailed.
    For DD/Chq payments:
  • Prepare the DD (Demand Draft) or cheque for the amount to "IEEE CAS Bangalore Chapter" payable at Bangalore. The DD is to be sent to: "C.P. Ravikumar, Secretary, IEEE CAS Bangalore Chapter, Texas Instruments, Bagmane Tech Park, CV Raman Nagar, Bangalore 560093" to reach us by June 2, 2018.
  • Please write your Name and Phone number on the reverse side of DD/Chq for our reference.
  • Send the scanned copy of the DD/Chq through mail to accounts@ieee-cas-bangalore.org with a copy to registration@ieee-cas-bangalore.org as a safeguard, considering postal delay or any loss during transit.
  • Registration fee structure for Electronics DIY
    There are a limited number of seats. Priority will be given to members of IEEE.
    Category Students and Teachers Professionals
    IEEE Members
    (you must provide proof of membership)
    Rs 3000/- Rs 4000/-
    IEEE Non-Members Rs 4000/- Rs 5000/-

    EDIY 2018Abstract: Are you interested in Electronics DIY projects? Do you have dreams of designing great products? All journeys begin with the first step. Attending this two-day workshop will launch you into the world of DIY, embedded processors, hardware, and embedded software.
    Prof. Dhananjay Gadre, a well-known DIY-er and an experienced teacher who has trained a large number of DIY-ers, will guide you through the process of doing an electronics project. Learn about what are some best practices, what are some false starts, what are good and bad ideas. Also learn how to get started with a microcontroller-based project with a low-cost product called the MSP430 LunchBox. Incidentally, the "LunchBox" was a DIY project that was conceived and developed under the mentorship of Prof. Gadre.
    More than 50 experiments and small projects can be performed using the LunchBox when it is used with the Mini Voyager-1 system, which is also a product from Prof. Gadre’s lab.
    About LunchBox and Mini-Voyager-1
    https://dvgadre.blogspot.in/2018/05/a-diy-ecosystem-for-learning.html

    Each participant will receive an MSP430 LunchBox and a Mini-Launcher-1 to keep!

    Who should attend?: The workshop is ideal for undergraduate students and postgraduate students, teachers from engineering colleges and working professionals who wish to dabble in DIY. It is expected that the students have taken a course on digital and analog electronics and are familiar with C programming and Internet tools. You should be a DIY person and must be willing to help yourself. There are a limited number of seats. Priority will be given to members of IEEE.

    Prof. Dhananjay V. GadreAbout the Instructor: Prof. Dhananjay V. Gadre (NSIT, New Delhi, India) is an avid DIY-er, a passionate teacher, and a renowned author completed his MSc (electronic science) from the University of Delhi and M.Engr (computer engineering) from the University of Idaho, USA. In his professional career of more than 28 years, he has taught at the SGTB Khalsa College, University of Delhi, worked as a scientific officer at the Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune, and since 2001, has been with the Electronics and Communication Engineering Division, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT), New Delhi, currently as an associate professor. He directs two open access laboratories at NSIT, namely Centre for Electronics Design and Technology (CEDT) and TI Centre for Embedded Product Design (TI-CEPD).

    Professor Gadre is the author of several professional articles and six books. One of his books has been translated into Chinese and another one into Greek. His recent book "TinyAVR Microcontroller Projects for the Evil Genius", published by McGraw Hill International consists of more than 30 hands-on projects and has been translated into Chinese and Russian. His latest book on TIVA ARM Cortex M4 microcontrollers published by Springer is just hot off the press! He is a licensed radio amateur with a call sign VU2NOX and hopes to design and build an amateur radio satellite in the near future.


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