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  • November 20, 2019 13:21 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

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  • September 17, 2019 17:34 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)
  • August 12, 2019 23:05 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    هم‌دانشگاهيان گرامي از دوره دهم

    با سلام و احترام،

    انجمن فارغ التحصیلان دانشگاه صنعتی شریف از سال 1389 هر ساله ، جشنی به مناسبت چهلمین سالگرد فارغ التحصیلی دانش آموختگان هر دوره برپا می کند. نخستین دوره دانشجویان این دانشگاه در سال 1345 وارد دانشگاه شدند و در سال 1349 فارغ التحصیل شدند. در سال 1389 و به میزبانی دوره اولی ها پردیس دانشگاه،شاهد گردهمایی باشکوهی بود و تا سال گذشته، نه دوره از این جشنها با حضور تقریبی 1500 نفر از دانش آموختگان و خانواده ایشان در هر جشن برگزار شده است. تقويت رابطه فارغ التحصيلان دوره‌هاي مختلف با ساير فارغ التحصيلان و با انجمن فارغ التحصیلان و نیز تقويت احساس تعلق دانش آموختگان به دانشگاه از دستاوردهای برگزاری این جشن هاست. گردهمایی هایی از این دست در نهایت به حمایت از دانشگاه و آشنايي نسل جديد با نسل قديم و ايجاد شبکه هاي اجتماعي بين فارغ التحصيلان دوره هاي مختلف می انجامد. تشریح نقش دانش‌اموختگان دانشگاه در توسعه صنعتي کشور هدف دیگر برگزاری این همایش هاست. در حاشیه این رویداد کتابی حاوی مشخصات و اطلاعات دانش آموختگان هر دوره منتشر شده و دست آوردهای ایشان در توسعه صنعتی کشور و پیشبرد علم و فناوری در ایران و جهان به اطلاع جامعه دانشگاهی کشور و بویژه دانشجویان عزیز می رسد. شناسایی و برقراری ارتباط با دانش آموختگان ورودی هر سال یکی از مهمترین فعالیت های انجمن فارغ التحصیلان دانشگاه صنعتی شریف می باشد.

    در دی ماه سال جاری، گردهمایی فارغ التحصیلان دانشگاه صنعتی شریف به میزبانی فارغ التحصیلان دوره دهم که در سال 1354به دانشگاه وارد شده اند، برگزار میشود. انجمن فارغ التحصیلان شریف در پی برقراری ارتباط با این عزیزان است. از فارغ التحصیلان دوره دهم دعوت می شود با روابط عمومی این انجمن با شماره های 66085860-021 و یا با آدرس ایمیل  info@alum.sharif.edu تماس گرفته و امکان مشارکت خود در جشن و دیدار با دوستان هم دوره ای خود را فراهم کنند.

    در این راستا خواهشمندیم جهت تکمیل اطلاعات خود و یا دوستان خود از دوره دهم در لینک زیر اقدام نمایید:


    با تشکر-هدی کریمی

    مدیر اجرایی انجمن

    انجمن فارغ التحصيلان دانشگاه صنعتي شريف

    سازمان مركزي انجمن

    تلفن: 66085860 داخلی 130


    پيامك: 3000101151

    سایت: www.alumsharif.org  

    کانال تلگرام انجمن: https://t.me/SharifAlumniAssociation


  • July 19, 2019 14:30 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    Leading tech executives and entrepreneurs of Iranian descent gather in Toronto for iBridges’ 4th Conference


    Toronto, July 26, 2019  -  The iBridges Toronto conference, unites tech entrepreneurs and executives of Iranian descent with tech aficionados at large to create an opportunity to showcase emerging talents, exchange ideas and best practices, and collaborate in order to succeed even better.

    iBridges embraces the diversity of our global community by welcoming and supporting entrepreneurs of any background. Founded in 2014 by Iranian-American entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley who hoped to establish a network among Iranian diaspora to support the growing number of Iranian hi-tech entrepreneurs and innovators, women entrepreneurs and enthusiastic students.  Its conferences in Berkeley (2014), Berlin (2015) and Barcelona (2016) convened with over 2,500 participants.

    iBridges collaborate with Tirgan, Karafarin Canada, SUTA and Kanoon Mohandes, and the one-day conference features six sessions, including three panels, two keynotes and a session on iBridges’ future ambitions.  Speakers include 3 prominent tech CEOs; Kamran Elahian (Global Catalysts Partners), Pirooz Parvarandeh (Aquantia) and Dr. Firouz Naderi (NASA Solar System Exploration), and many others. Asieh Namdar (News Anchor, CGTN America) is the Master of Ceremony. Some of prominent accelerators and investors in Canada are also invited.

    Participants will hear first-hand stories of entrepreneurship and learn about global opportunities for innovation. Stories of the contributions of Iranian diaspora to the economies of North America and more will round out the programming.

    Program Agenda and Registration at: iBridges Toronto conference

    Mahboob Bolandi, Toronto Chapter

  • June 14, 2019 13:04 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    Dear Members and Friends of SUTA

    We are pleased to announce the start of the SUTA’s 10th Board of Directors. It is indeed a pleasure for us to serve the global community of Sharif University of Technology. The new board is composed of several former SUTA board members with a collective experience of over 50 years at Sharif University alumni organizations. Board members include: Dariush Alipour (SUT’98, Sweden), Siamak Aram (SUT’09, Washington DC), Shiva Davoodpour (SUT’72, Washington DC), Farzad Khomami (SUT’88, Toronto), Shahriar Makarechi (SUT’75, Virginia), Farrokh Malihi (SUT’75, Virginia), Mohamad Reza Motamed (SUT’, Tehran), Farzin Radkani (SUT’89, Melbourne).

    Over the past twenty years Sharif University of Technology Association (SUTA) has come a long way to become a global organization to connect all those associated with Sharif University of Technology to each other and to the university. Our reunions have become a popular forum to bring together faculty, alumni, and students of Sharif University from different parts of the globe to renew old friendships and begin new ones, share their personal and professional experience, and remember the unique time we all spent at Sharif University. SUTA chapters all over the world including chapters in California, Toronto, Sweden, Vancouver, Seattle, Washington DC, Australia and Dubai have become active in social and professional events bringing together local alumni and friends. Our award programs have provided a means for recognition of outstanding achievements of faculty and students in research, education and service to Sharif University.

    Successful implementation of the above programs require active involvement, and contribution from all of us. Support from members like you allows SUTA to continue pursuing programs that are truly important to our members and to the university. As a first step you can renew your membership online on our website, and invite your friends to join SUTA. If you are interested to work with any of the SUTA committees managing these programs, or wish to be involved in local chapters activities, please contact us at board@suta.org.

    Please also join us in making a gift to SUTA this year. Your gift of any amount provides resources we need to continue making an impact on Sharif University community. To make your gift please visit our website at www.suta.org where details are provided.


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

  • June 14, 2019 10:06 | Shariar Makarechi (Administrator)

    Capturing Single-cell Heterogeneity via Data Fusion Improves Image-based Profiling, the Latest Result of Mutual Work of Sharif and Broad Institute Researchers

     May 22, 2019 Author

    Dr. Mohammad H. Rohban, Faculty Member at Computer Engineering Department of Sharif University of Technology in a joint research project with Hamdah S. Abbasi, Shantanu Singh, and Anne E. Carpenter of Imaging Platform, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard publish the result of their research on improving image-based profiling, “Capturing single-cell heterogeneity via data fusion improves image-based profiling”, in Nature Communication, an open access journal that publishes high-quality research from all areas of the natural sciences. Papers published by the journal represent important advances of significance to specialists within each field.

    Single-cell resolution technologies warrant computational methods that capture cell heterogeneity while allowing efficient comparisons of populations. Bioinformatic readout technologies that have single-cell accuracy require the methods of digesting and indexing the population of cells that are capable of modeling the heterogeneity of single cells. A profile is a population of vector cells that provides comprehensive information on the biological status of a population of cells and allows comparison of cell populations through it. Comparison of cell populations has many applications in discovering drugs, identifying the function of genes, and discovering the mechanism of unknown drugs. In the new work of the researchers of SUT and Broad Institute, cell populations are summarized by adding features’ dispersion and covariances to population averages, in the context of image-based profiling. It is found that data fusion is critical for these metrics to improve results over the prior alternatives, providing at least ~20% better performance in predicting a compound’s mechanism of action (MoA) and a gene’s pathway.

    Dr. Mohammad H. Rohban, Assistant Professor at Computer Engineering Department, conducts research on Image Analysis in Fluorescent Microscopy, High Throughput Biological Profiling, and Machine Learning at Interpretable Machine Learning Lab of Sharif University of Technology. To find out more you might visit his homepage at http://ce.sharif.edu/~rohban/



    Mohammad H. Rohban, Hamdah S. Abbasi, Shantanu Singh, & Anne E. Carpenter, Nature Communications volume 10, Article number: 2082 (2019)

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