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  • April 06, 2020 21:12 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    Our alumni Dr. Farrokh Mohammadi and and Dr. Zahed Sheikholeslami  along with a team of Sharif University alumni and students and a team of healthcare professionals are working on developing a low cost and fast production ventilator machine to help victims of the Corona virus.

  • March 19, 2020 17:42 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    Dear SUTA Associates,

    During the past five months the reunion committee of our board has been working on a plan for Reunion-2020 and as of now the committee has prepared detailed plan and budget for this event to be held in Northern California in August. However, in light of the recent developments in COVID-19 pandemic and uncertainties of this situation over the next few months, the committee has recommended to postpone this event. 

    We are committed to provide a healthy and safe environment for our community and members. Also, we want to let you know that the Reunion-2020 is an important program for Board-10 and we like to go ahead with our plan to hold this event later when it's possible. We are watching the situation with COVID-19 closely and will announce the venue and the date as soon as we are assured of safety and well-being of our guests. Please check suta.org routinely and we will keep you informed of our plan.

    Farrokh Malihi

    President of SUTA


  • March 19, 2020 16:38 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    هم دانشگاهیان گرامی

    در آستانۀ نوروز برای شما سلامتی، شادی،  امنیت و آرامش در هرکجا که هستید آرزو میکنیم

    هیئت مدیرۀ انجمن دانشگاه شریف

    Dear SUTA Associates,

    As we approach the NowRuz we wish you health, Joy, safety and peace wherever you are.

    SUTA Board of Directors


  • February 23, 2020 22:21 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)


    A PhD graduate of Sharif University of Technology will receive WIPO award in Italy.

    Milad Janii, an alumnus of Sharif’s department of electrical engineering, is to receive WIPO Medal for Inventors for his research work in the field of telecommunication. It is worth mentioning that his work has also reaped second place in Young Researcher/Technologist Section in 21st Khwarizmi Youth Award ceremony.

    Milad Janii’s work on “Increasing Achievable Transmission Rate of Interference Channel Using Blind Interference Alignment” is conducted by him as the main collaborator under supervision of Prof. Mohammad-Reza Aref, faculty member of Sharif’s department of electrical engineering.

    Blind interference alignment (IA) is signaling scheme that holds interference in multi-user systems, without sensing channel state information at the transmitter (CSIT). The key is the use of reconfigurable antennas (RA) that are capable of dynamically switching between a fixed number of radiation patterns to introduce artificial fluctuation in the channel.


  • February 14, 2020 16:43 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)


  • February 14, 2020 16:38 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    The devastating loss of life of 176 passengers on board of flight 752, including sixteen Sharif University alumni, and many graduates from other schools, brought deep sadness and sorrow to families and friends who were affected by this tragic incident. This tragedy took lives of tens of innocent people and brought mourning and pain to many families. Many brilliant minds with hopes for a bright future lost their lives and left countless victims who will suffer for years to come.

    The Iranian immigrants and diaspora are stunned by such a tragic incident and are looking for answers. They expect a thorough and transparent investigation by the authorities to explain the reasons behind this tragic incident, they expect justice and appropriate legal actions with those who were responsible, and they expect improvements in the decision making and operational systems to prevent such painful incidents in the future.

    We believe constructive international cooperation can put an end to the critical conditions and continued crisis in the region and prevent such painful incidents in the future.

    Sharif University of Technology Association (SUTA) demands timely and transparent actions in this case not only as an offering of peace and condolences for the families affected, but also by providing appropriate measures that assure safety and security for all Iranians.

    Sharif University of Technology Association (SUTA)


  • February 04, 2020 16:15 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

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  • January 11, 2020 12:19 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    SUTA Chapters and local members in Washington DC, Toronto, California, Sweden and Australia have organized memorial evens for the victims of the plane disaster on January 8, 2020 in Tehran.

  • January 11, 2020 12:08 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    Dear Members and Friends of SUTA

    We hope this update finds you in excellent health and wellbeing at the dawn of the New Year, which also coincides with the start of the third decade of SUTA.

    SUTA’s 10th Board of Directors started in June, and we have held eight board meetings since then. During these meetings we discuss strategy, new ideas, project plans, progress and issues that need to be addressed. Our primary focus is on four major programs including: Runion-2020, SUTA Chapters, SUTA Awards, and Communication Channels. Committees were organized to plan and implement various projects of these programs. Minutes of our meetings are available on SUTA website www.suta.org to all visitors.

    SUTA Reunion 2020- As of now the planning phase of the Reunion-2020 has been completed and we plan to announce the details of the venue, date, and registration next month. The reunion program will include several keynote speakers, discussion panels, networking sessions, AGM and board report to membership, Awards presentation, and Gala dinner.

    SUTA Chapters- Skype meetings and phone conversations were held with SUTA chapter representatives in Toronto, Seattle, Washington and California to learn about their local events and solicit their input on various SUTA programs. A summary of the recent chapter events were reported in the fall edition of SUTA Newsletter.

    SUTA Awards- Awards committee has held planning meetings and discussions on SUTA awards projects including: Dr. Amin Lifetime achievement award, Dr. Mojtahedi Innovation award, Alumni achievement award, and Staff recognition award. Announcement for Dr. Mojtahedi award was sent out in October with project submissions due February 1st.

    SUTA Communication Channels- Our Fall edition of the SUTA Newsletter was published in October and sent to members and SUTA friends. Social media channels/Groups on Facebook, Telegram, and WhatsApp were initiated to facilitate information sharing and networking among members and Sharif University alumni. A Linkedin SUTA Group channel which was initiated in 2016 currently includes over 2000 members and includes news from Sharif University and SUTA, and articles of interest to alumni and students. Several improvements were made on the format and content of our website in recent months. A section was added to recognize successful Sharif University alumni and showcase their achievements.

    Successful implementation of the above programs requires supports and contribution from SUTA members and friends. Your active involvement and feedback allow SUTA to continue pursuing programs that are truly important to our members and to Sharif University alumni and students. Please invite your friends and classmates to join SUTA. You can share your comments about SUTA and our programs at info@suta.org. To make a gift towards any of the above programs please visit our website at www.suta.org where details are provided.

    We wish all of you a healthy, happy, and prosperous year in 2020

     

    Farrokh B. Malihi and the members of the 10th Board of SUTA

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