Forman Christian College (A Chartered University) proudly hosted the Computer Science Senior Project Exhibition (COMSPEX) and Open House, organized by the Department of Computer Science in collaboration with the Career Services Office and the Advancement Office. This event showcased the innovative senior projects of the Computer Science students which perfectly aligned with the SDGs of Pakistan.

The exhibition provided a platform for students to present their groundbreaking projects, reflecting the cutting-edge research and development undertaken within the department. Projects ranged from AI-driven traffic management systems, advanced cybersecurity solutions, solutions for differently-abled people, and management solutions to the Internet of Things and hardware projects, demonstrating the diverse and practical applications of computer science in addressing real-world challenges.

The event drew an impressive roster of industry professionals and academic leaders, who were deeply impressed by the caliber of the projects presented. Distinguished guests included Mr. Yasir Rizwan, Chief Technical Officer of TKXEL; Mr. Jawad Arif, Senior Vice President of Devsinc; Mr. Ammar Saqib, Head of Engineering at Venturenox; Mr. Jaffer Hussain, CEO of Venturenox; and Mr. Masood Butt, Group head of HR of Khazana Enterprises among other leading names from the industry. These industry leaders interacted with the students, offering valuable insights and feedback on their work. Several company representatives from Systems, I2C, Mindbridge, Eworx, The Hexa, and HR Force joined to assess and applaud the students.

The highlight of the event was the announcement of the winning projects. The Best Senior Project in the Applications Category was awarded to Omair Ahmad, Saad Yasin and Ahmad Tariq for “IntelliRoads: Next-Gen Traffic Management System for the Cities of Tomorrow” under the supervision of Dr. Muhammad Haroon Shakeel. This innovative project utilizes deep learning and computer vision techniques to revolutionize traffic management in Pakistan, demonstrating a significant potential to enhance urban mobility and safety. In the Research Category, the Best Senior Project award went to Saad Muzzafar, Muhib Nadeem and Yamna Hassan for their project “B-NIAS: Bi-directional Neural-Interfaced Automaton Symbiosis” under the supervision of Ms. Asma Basharat. This groundbreaking research project enables physically disabled individuals to use EEG technology to control their wheelchairs through brain signals, offering new hope for improved mobility and independence. The Best Poster Award went to Hamza Ahmed, Subhan Wasif and Maheen Khurram for their project titled “Thought Visualization using LLMs”.

Industry professionals were effusive in their praise for the event. Mr. Jawad commented, “The projects presented today are a testament to the high standards of education at Forman Christian College. It’s inspiring to see such creativity and technical prowess in our future leaders.”

In his closing remarks, Dr. Jonathan Addleton, Rector FCCU lauded the students for their hard work and innovative thinking. He emphasized the importance of such events in bridging the gap between academia and industry, fostering a culture of collaboration and continuous learning. “The talent and ingenuity displayed here today are truly remarkable. Our students are not only prepared to meet the demands of the industry but to lead and drive future innovations,” he remarked.

FCCU remains committed to providing its students with opportunities to showcase their skills and to engage with industry experts, ensuring they are well-prepared for their future careers. The success of this inaugural exhibition sets a strong precedent for future events, highlighting the university’s role as a leader in fostering innovation and excellence in education.

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