Formanite Physics Society Holds Successful Science Exhibition: Students Showcase Innovative Models and Posters
Formanite Physics Society (FPS) organized a Science Model, Poster, and Photography Exhibition on March 3, 2023. The exhibition displayed the work of students who participated in competitions in three categories: Scientific Model, Scientific Poster, and Natural Photography. The event was held in Room No. 18 of Susheela building.
The panel of Jury members included Ms. Rabia Naz (Department of Mathematics), Dr. Umar Bhatti (Head of Department – Biological Sciences), and Mr. Muhammad Iqbal (Head of Department – Physics). The jury judged the students’ work in the three categories, and students from different sections of both first and second years participated in the competitions.
The first position went to the “Smart Home,” created by Mowahid, Saud, and Mohsin, second-year students from E2. They integrated a Bluetooth-controlled lighting system, a burglar alarm, and an earthquake detector in a model home. The second position went to Zephaniah, a second-year student from C2, who made a “Smart Car – FI Bot (Formanite Intelligent Bot).” The car could follow a path, detect obstacles, and change its path. The third position was given to Saad Rizwan, a first-year student from E4, who created a “Hydraulic Bridge System.” He made a dynamic bridge system that could be controlled using hydraulic principles.
Additionally, students from different sections created a 3D Hologram, Wind Mill, Electromagnet, DC Generator, among others. Three posters on medical physics and climate change won the competition. The first position went to Hanzlah Munir, a second-year student (Medical Physics); the second position went to Tauseef Ahmad, a first-year student (Climate Change); and the third position went to Mustafa Zahid, a second-year student (Climate Change). The winning picture was clicked by Aman Khalid, a first-year medical student.
The exhibition was not only a source of motivation for the students but also showcased the applications of the phenomenon they studied in their Physics Books. The exhibition was attended and appreciated by students and faculty members from both the College and University at Forman Christian College (A Chartered University).