Prospective Students   |   Current Students   |   Alumni   |   Industry & Government   |   Faculty Members
Username : Password : Forgot password?
 Innovative Projects:

  June 27, 2006 - Virtual University

Virtual University is basically a Web based Course Management System. It enables students to visit the university web site and study courses over the web without leaving the comfort of their own home.

  June 27, 2006 - Telephone Controlled Voting System

Voting is not just a precious right, it is the first duty of democracy. But during the election many people are negligent about this supreme duty. Many people don't care to vote for the wastage of time in the long queue in front of the voting center.

  June 27, 2006 - 3SM Bangla SMS

3SM Systems is a group of freelance programmers from Department of CSE, BUET who are the pioneers of Bangla SMS in Bangladesh. They have developed two different Bangla SMS solutions so far.

  February 02, 2006 - AKTEL Bangla SMS

Live, dream, and express yourself in your mother tongue now even through SMS Technology Java Micro Edition(J2ME) Tools used Java Wireless Toolkits(WTK) and various simulators Features of Bangla SMS: -> This software supports....

  April 01, 2005 - Project Doom: The End is Near

Project Doom : The End is Near is a 3D FPS game developed with the hope to take the game industry currently developing in Bangladesh one-step ahead. Development Platform and Tools: The game was developed in Visual C++ 6.0 and DirectX 9.0 APIs.

  - Automated Toll Collection System

Bangladesh has numerous rivers all across the country and with the progress of communication we are building monstrous bridges over many of those rivers. As ours is a developing country most of the time we don’t have enough funds to build a bridge on our own.

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ECE building, Palashi, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Department is part of the Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology. No part or content of this website may be copied or reproduced without permission of the department authority. Contact with questions or comments on this page.  [Development Credits]