Baze University, Abuja, has recently gathered students and young professionals from across Africa to develop their skills, enhance technological knowledge, socialize and interact.
The occasion took place when Baze University played host to African Students and Young Professional Congress by Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) ASYPC 2023.
According to Ibrahim Zainab Bawa, the occasion was witnessed by the Deputy Vice Chancellor for IT, Research, and Innovation Office, Baze University, Dr Rislan Kanya, and diverse group of students and industry experts who actively took part in workshops and lectures.
The Chairman IEEE Nigeria Section, Engineer John Funso Adebayo, during the event said despite that some international standards have yet to be fulfilled, partnership is important to drive overall growth in science and technology industry.
Speaking, the Chair of the Local Organizing Committee of IEEE ASYPC 2023, who also doubles as the Senior Vice President at IEEE, Smart Village, Abdullateef Aliyu, said, “The significance of of this 4th edition lies in the presence of both the IEEE Region 8 Director and the Director-Elect amongst us. The meticulous planning and deliberation that went into organizing the congress have culminated in the splendid event we are all witnessing today.”
The President-elect IEEE, Thomas Coughlin, giving his address explained the importance of supportive network for modern technology professional, given the changing nature of their careers and multiple employer engagement.
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