Author Archives: Sandipon Paul

CCSE Maker Camp 1: Back to the Basics

CCSE Maker Camp 1: Back to the Basics MakerCamp was an event hosted by CCSE to encourage everyone who wants to become a Maker. This provided the maker community all kind of support needed. The event was designed to give everyone a head start into the Journey of your maker career. We provided all necessary hardware and tools along with ... Read More »

CCSE Contributes to Stanford folding@home Super Computation GRID

CCSE has begun contributing to the project Folding@home by Stanford University. It is a global computation grid where Universities,Research Centers, General Teams and Consoles allow their GPU resources to be used for finding solutions to medical problems. Currently IUB is contributing to Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). You can join the IUB Team from anywhere by contributing to team number : 232132 Download the folding@home software from : https://folding.stanford.edu/home/the-software/ You ... Read More »

CCSE Students Launched Game in Google Play Store

A group of IUB students published game “Fly” on play store. Honorable vice-chancellor Prof. M. Omar Rahman was chief guest on the game launching ceremony on 5th October 2016. Fly is a Casual Infinite game. The goal of the game is to survive a plane in a mysterious and dangerous planet. The plane is controlled using accelerometer, while obstacles and barriers ... Read More »

Raspberry Pi Based Hadoop Cluster

Recently one of our student researchers Saimul Hoque (Department of CSE) at our CCSE labs has put together a Raspberry Pi based Hadoop Cluster. If you are unaware of “Apache Hadoop” then just know that this is a Database cluster which is a special type of computational cluster designed specifically for storing and analyzing huge amounts of unstructured data in a distributed computing environment. Using 4 Raspberry Pi ... Read More »

Training on Parallel Computing with CUDA

CUDA® is a parallel computing platform and programming model invented by NVIDIA. It enables dramatic increases in computing performance by harnessing the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU). With millions of CUDA-enabled GPUs sold to date, software developers, scientists,  and researchers are finding broad-ranging uses for GPU computing with CUDA.   Read More »

16 Days Long Game Development Workshop Held at CCSE

Center for Cognitive Skill Development (CCSE ) lab recently held 16 days long workshop on Game Development. After the successful completion of the workshop, prizes were awarded to the top three participants, Sakib (1st Prize), Tanvir (2nd Prize) and Samiul (3rd Prize). Below is a short visual presentation on the workshop. Read More »