Energy Club

It’s no secret that our nation’s energy sector is ailing. Glaring power problems and an inability to keep up with the global community’s drive towards renewable energy use are just some of the highlights of this ailment. As intellectuals it is logical that our complaints be followed by a march down the path towards a solution, and it was on this note that we decided to start up an energy club in our university. Energy Club UI was born out of the need for our active participation in salvaging the nation’s energy sector, starting from our immediate university community.

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Energy club UI will aim to:
•be a platform for a good start to a career in the energy sector
• promote increased awareness and youth participation in the energy sector(with particular focus on the power sector, and renewable energy)
• identify and proffer solutions to pressing energy issues

Welcome on board.

For more inquiries on Energy Club UI, contact: Okeke Ogochuwku – 08165464575

Design Club

In this club, our target is to build up the design skills of members through tutoring sessions where emphasis is placed on core engineering design software (Fusion360, Solid Works, Autodesk Inventor, AutoCad), the knowledge of which would enable them bring their ideas into reality. We also organize design competitions and hackathons to give club members the opportunity to showcase their skills.

By focusing on creating user-centric approaches to developing products, processes and services, we ensure that our members satisfy the minimum requirements for employability.

This club is open to all University of Ibadan students, but is only free for students of the department of Mechanical Engineering.

For more inquiries on the Design Club, contact: Bola Pius – 08166230524

CodeGear

CodeGear is the programming club of NIMechE UI. In the current tech world, code/programming is an integral part of every engineering product. Our goal at CodeGear is to equip members with necessary skills to provide sustainable solutions to problems in the society using the power of programming.

In this world of increasing automation and integration of computer technologies, it is beyond essential to equip ourselves with relevant skills, and this is exactly why we started CodeGear.

Apart from just train members who are new to code, we work on projects that address societal problems. Membership in CodeGear varies from expert programmers, to programming newbies. Basically, everyone with a passion for coding is welcome.

This club is open to all University of Ibadan students, but is only free for students of the department of Mechanical Engineering.

For more inquiries on CodeGear, contact: Daniel Adejumo – 07061077486



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