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CS427 Project Presentations

Students from CS427, Mobile Communications gave their final project presentations on 14th November in Teaching Lab 3 of the  Japan-Pacific ICT Centre.

The presentation was opened by  HOS, Prof Ansgar Fehnker who mentioned that similar event will be planned for the entire school next year. A short seminar on “Pacific Consciousness for Software Engineering” was given by Dr. Rohitash Chandra who is also the course  lecturer. The seminar focused on Pacific consciousness that can be used as the themes in software engineering projects at the university. The themes/topics include, climate change, environmental informatics, health informatics,  software for government departments, non-profit organsations, electronic policing and software for the preservation of pacific art and culture.

Prof. Watanabe who is a visiting fellow at the school was present at throughout the event and provided  insightful comments about  the projects. Dr. Bibhya Sharma and the m-learning team were also present as some of the mobile applications were under the theme of teaching and learning. Dr. Sharma mentioned that some of the mobile applications can be used for teaching and learning and further incentives will be given to the student groups if they wish to extend their application further that will be used by the university.

CS427, Mobile Communications is also a mandatory  postgraduate  course for  4th year of Bachelor of NetCentric Computing programme.

Course coordinator, Dr. Munir Naveed gave a closing note by thanking all the participants for their contribution. A list of topics that were presented is given below. Photos of the event with video of the seminar is also given.

Video Link to the Seminar


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