IUB project wins Best Abstract Award at IEEE CS Bangladesh Summer Symposium 2022
Two projects presented by IUB scholars have clinched first and third places in Best Abstract category at the recently concluded IEEE Computer Society BD Chapter Summer Symposium 2022. These two were part of seven other abstracts presented by IUB EEE students and scholars at the symposium which was held online during June 10-11, 2022.
The project, titled "Motion Artifact Removal for EEG Applications", presented by Sheikh Farhana Binte Ahmed, visiting research scholar at IUB, and Md. Kafiul Islam, Associate Professor at IUB’s EEE department, won the Best Abstract Award.
Another project, titled "Effect of Artifact Removal on EEG Based Motor Imagery BCI Applications", presented by research assistants Maisha Anjum and Nazmus Sakib, and Associate Professor Dr. Md. Kafiul Islam, was adjudged 2nd Runner-up.
The above-mentioned researchers are all associated with IUB’s Biomedical Instrumentation and Signal Processing Lab (BISPL), which has been conducting engineering research on Biomedical instrumentation, signal processing, analysis and classification for applications in different biomedical and healthcare areas since 2016. BISPL is headed by Associate Professor Dr. Md. Kafiul Islam.
The online symposium was jointly organized by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the Department of Space Communication and Navigation Technology of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Aviation and Aerospace University (BSMRAAU) in association with SPARK, the IEEE Computer Society Bangladesh Youth Team.
The Best Abstract awards were given based on the novelty, review comments, and the quality of presentation. The jury panel included computer science and engineering experts from BSMRAAU, Khulna University, Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology (RUET), International Islamic University Chittagong, IUB, Jagannath University and telecom operator Robi. A total of 149 abstracts and projects from 48 universities of eight countries were presented at the symposium.