EVENT REPORT 26th IEEE Delhi Section Quarterly Meet UIET, Panjab University, Chandigarh IEEE-UIET student branch is a part of region R-10 SAC of IEEE society. The members form a part of a global community that is dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE UIET envisions a conducive environment in the campus which provides a plethora of opportunities for students to evolve in knowledge as well as to showcase their indigenous ideas. Continuing in the same spirit and owing to months of planning and weeks of fieldwork, IEEE UIET Student Branch delivered on its promise, and successfully conducted the 26th Delhi Section Quarterly Meet on 22nd March, 2015 at the Mathematics Department Auditorium, Panjab University. As is customary, the event took off with an auspicious inauguration and the lamp lightning ceremony. This was then followed by a welcome address by the Director of University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Prof. Renu Vij who is herself an integral part of the IEEE Delhi Section. She was delighted to address the young crowd and asked them to continue with their associations and contributions to the field of technology. Chandigarh Sub-Section Secretary and UIET Branch Counsellor Dr. Y.P. Verma took the stage later and inspired the student delegates with his ever encouraging words. The first guest speaker, Dr. H.K. Sardana, a scientist at CSIO that is Central Scientific Institute Organisation and a PhD from University of Nottingham, UK delivered an expert talk, wherein he talked about: Engineering Infinitude, the actual existence of ZERO and INFINITY in today’s world. His intriguing speech left the students in awe of the infinite possibilities that surround us all. Interrupting the stream of speeches and lectures, we put in an icebreaker wherein the students were divided into groups and made to do a humorous and intriguing activity. As was expected, the students got mixed up, were rejuvenated and eagerly awaited for the interesting sessions that were to follow. The second expert talk was delivered by Dr. Rohit Y Sharma from the department of Electrical Engineering at IIT Ropar. He interacted with the students and made them aware about the benefits at our disposal being an IEEE member. This session witnessed an extraordinary speaker audience interaction. After setting the interaction wheel in motion and describing the minute insights of IEEE, he also reviewed an attendee’s problem regarding the sustenance of the respective student branch’s members. He successfully convinced people to renew their IEEE membership for the subsequent years as well. This talk was followed by lunch and another ice breaker which was well received by the students and witnessed zealous participation. Following the ice breaker, the energy pumped students listened to the amazing lecture by Dr Manjit Kaur who has been a member of the Large Hadron Collider Project’s CMS Detector team of world class scientists and physicists. With more than 300 papers published in international journals to her credit, she heralded the third expert talk, hooking the students’ interests with the help of interactive audio/visual presentations. Presenting the concepts of the Big Bang Theory as well as an in-depth insight into the workings of the 30km long underground CERN lab, she succeeded in providing the students with lots of intriguing information. Proceeding toward the end of the day, a young professional, Ms .Renu Bhardwaj conducted an interactive Networking and Problem Solving session, which primarily focused on the internal workings of an IEEE Student Branch. She counselled the students and provided career advice and an amazing variety of information besides solving problems of students of various student branches. The event ended with a thank you note from the IEEE UIET Branch’s assiduous Chairperson, Mr Bharat Thakur, who took to the stage to gracefully thank everybody for their help and support in the successful conduction of the event.