We’re almost at the middle of the semester. And that means scores of assignments and deadlines popping up (urgh!). However, for many of us (and I too have found myself guilty of this), it means playing video games and watching
When in school, 4 months of summer break means going on vacations and enjoying with friends. But in university, it often means getting yourself an internship or job so that you can build your work experience, and subsequently your CV.
Walking into the control lab located on the third floor, as the round moon shined brightly. I shifted my gaze to the inside of the control lab. It was horror, utterly opposite to what the moon resembled. It was chaotic.
As the year comes to a close, final year students no longer have the luxury of enjoying the holidays stress free. Instead most of your time will be spent studying for the January exams and working on the GDP as
As a third year student engineering, there is a compulsory module that groups you up with random individuals and marks you based on your group’s collective effort. Yep, looking at you SESM3029. The great thing about working in a group
Today my team mates and I presented our Group Design Project to a small audience of students and examiners. After 8 months of work, we were now tasked with simplifying and condensing our work to a 30-minute brief. The presentation
After nearly two weeks of constantly being inhabited, last Thursday evening saw peace and quiet finally return to the Electronics Lab primarily used by the first year Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) students. All monitors were dimmed, the desk surfaces were
As part of the final year of the Master of Engineering course, we have to undertake a final year project, known by the University of Southampton as the “Group Design Project” or GDP. The GDP is basically a project