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Mechanical hydraulic Robotic hand


This is a fully functional hydraulic arm developed by Shoaib Mirza, at Center for Cognitive Skill Enhancement. Although it is not an innovation, it is a development towards cognitive skill learning. This hydraulic arm system’s main frame is made from die-cut plywood and uses eight syringes (4 slaves and 4 masters) to maneuver the claw and arm and there is ... Read More »

Workshop on Monte-Carlo Simulations


  The Mathematics of Monte-Carlo Simulations With the advent of computing power, Simulations have become a prevalent tool for us to understand complex systems and their behavior. Often such system needs arbitrary initial data and such inputs are not readily available. A possible solution to this dilemma is the use of the random numbers and generically such method is christened as ... Read More »

CCSE Celebrates Arduino Day 2017


Center for Cognitive Skill Enhancement (CCSE) has celebrated Arduino Day on 1st April, 2017, Saturday at Lecture Gallery, Level 4, IUB. The event was a two part session. Event started by cutting the Birthday cake to celebrate successful 17 years of Arduino Project. In one section,  participants discussed their journey and experience with Arduino, introduction to various types of Arduino and discussing ... Read More »

Arduino Day ’17


Arduino Day ’17 Arduino Day is a worldwide birthday celebration of Arduino. CCSE is celebrating the day by bringing people interested in Arduino get together, share their experiences, and learn more. You can bring your interesting Arduino projects and showcase it during the event.The best project will win a prize! The prize will be given to the person with the ... Read More »

Introduction to 2D Game Development


CCSE has successfully hosted another game development training workshop for beginners. This is a series of ongoing workshops on Game Development. The project coordinator is Dr. Mahady Hasan with SuperVision of Dr. Ali Shihab Sabbir. The workshop was conducted by Sayem Chaklader, a student of Computer Science at IUB with experience in developing commercially viable games for the International Market. ... Read More »

2170: A Sci-fi Apocalyptic Third Person Shooter Game


  2170 is a Sci-fi Apocalyptic Third Person Shooter Game developed by our very own Monirul Islam Sumon. Story The Furies (Robots with advanced AI) have taken down the world.Killed all the people. Everyone is dead but you. There are 7 Labs named CCSE located in 7 Continents of the World from where the Furies are being controlled. The Mission ... Read More »

Biohacking Workshop

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The Center for Cognitive Skill Enhancement (CCSE), the School of Life Sciences (SLS), and the International Center for Biotechnology and Health (ICBH) at IUB hosted Dr. Adeline Seah from the National University of Singapore for a talk and workshop on the biohacking on February 9, 2017. Over sixty faculty and students participated in the workshop. Biohacking is a community movement ... Read More »

Jhulonto Manob


You have always saved that hanging man using your English vocabulary. How good is your Bengali vocabulary??? Rich enough to save the hanging man from being gobbled up by a crocodile? Enjoy the first ever full-fledged Hangman game in Bengali. It’s attractive graphics and interactive user interface will give you a completely different atmosphere but yet will give you a ... Read More »

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 ... Read More »