Organized by NEEEICUM, the 2019 Electronic Engineering Meeting took place from 11 to 15 February at EEUM’s Azurém campus. Over the course of a week, various initiatives allowed students to acquire and put into practice knowledge, work hardskills and softskills, and develop more skills as students and future engineers. The first day was marked by workshops and lectures. On the second day, the participants had the opportunity to carry out study visits, namely APTIV, Bosch, Accenture, Ceiia and Critical Manufacturing. Synopsys and Altice Labs. This was followed by the Electronic Engineering Marathon, on the 13th, during which students had the opportunity to work as a team, solve problems and win several prizes, after evaluating teachers and companies. On February 14, several companies “came to date” the students, marking their presence at the Job and Opportunities Fair, and at the end of these workshops, on February 15, students had the opportunity to attend the presentation of the various Specializations of the Electronic Engineering Course, as well as 2 workshops, which were followed by the closing ceremony and dinner.
Watch the testimony of André Alves, President of the Nucleus of Students of Industrial Electronic Engineering and Computers, regarding the Program of these Conferences: