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									                            IEEE Grant Application
                                      for
            Student Application Papers Applying Industry Standards

Student Application Papers Applying Industry Standards are papers submitted by
students, or their faculty mentors on their behalf, who have completed graduate,
senior design projects, or development/research projects, in which an industry
technical standard(s) was applied to complete the project. Each paper highlights
specific design choices in the application of various technical standards and
describes the resulting product, process, or service.

Examples of published final student application papers can be found at:
http://www.ieee.org/education_careers/education/standards/applications.html/

Please carefully read the criteria below. If you have any questions, please
contact Jennifer McClain, IEEE Standards Education Program Manager, at
j.mcclain@ieee.org or call (732) 562-6355.



Process for Submittal, Acceptance, Grant Dispersal, and Publication

   1) Fill out the application form below and submit it via email along with a
      Statement of Endorsement from Faculty Mentor/Advisor to:
      stdseducation@ieee.org.

       You may also mail the information to: Jennifer McClain, IEEE Educational
       Activities, 445 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08854-4141 USA or fax to:
       + 1 732 981 1686.

   2) The IEEE Standards Education Committee (SEC) will review your
      submission and you will be contacted within 30 days of receipt for either
      more information or with an Approval or Disapproval Notification. The SEC
      will not consider incomplete submissions (those without an application,
      abstract summary and faculty endorsement).

   3) If your Grant is approved, we will send a check for $500.00 in the name of
      the Student Project Leader to your Faculty Advisor’s mailing address for
      pickup.
       **Please note that the Student Project Leader will be asked to complete
       appropriate taxation paperwork (W8 or W-9 forms) before a check can be sent.



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   4) By accepting the Grant, you are agreeing to submit an Application
      Paper/Report for publication by the IEEE according to the process and
      deadlines below. Your paper will be posted on the IEEE Standards
      Education website at http://standardseducation.org in the Student
      Application Papers area.

   5) The paper must be critiqued and meet the approval of your Faculty
      Mentor/Advisor prior to final submission to the IEEE. The final submission
      must include an evaluation or assessment of the project by the faculty
      mentor.

       *** By submitting this application and the subsequent paper, the
       author(s) are granting the IEEE the non-exclusive right to post,
       publish and/or disseminate the work.

   6) The final paper shall be submitted electronically in a Word or PDF
      document to: stdseducation@ieee.org.

   7) Important Dates:

       Applications may be submitted at any time throughout the year. The
       Standards Education Committee will review applications according to the
       following schedule:

              15 March
              15 June
              15 October
              30 January


   Upon final acceptance by the IEEE Standards Education Committee, the final
   Student Application Paper will be posted to the IEEE Standards Education
   website, the student(s) shall receive an IEEE Mini-Grant Award Recipient
   Certificate, and the Faculty Advisor/Mentor shall receive a Grant in the
   amount of $300.00. Please note that the Advisor will be asked to complete
   the appropriate taxation paperwork (W8 or W9) before a check can be sent.




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                          Application for IEEE Grant
                                      for
            Student Application Papers Applying Industry Standards

      1) DATE OF APPLICATION: 14 March, 2012

      2) Project Title:
          Environmental Pollution Monitoring WSN for Bangladesh Using IEEE 802.15.4
         and ZigBee Standards

      3) Student(s) Name(s) and contact Information, including email and postal
         address:


SERIAL     NAME             POSTAL MAILING ADDRESS        E-MAIL & MOBILE NO.
NO.

01.        Md. Asif Shaikat Room No: 204,Fazlul Haque     shaikat.asif@gmail.com
                            Hall,KUET, Khulna-920300      +8801716104535
                            Bangladesh.
02.        S.A.B.M.         Room No: 204,Fazlul Haque     Shams_301@hotmail.com
           Habibus Sobhan Hall,KUET, Khulna-920300        +8801613271677
                            Bangladesh.
03.        Nasful Huda      Room No: 202,Fazlul Haque     Prince_eee05@yahoo.com
           Prince           Hall,KUET, Khulna-920300      +8801722017516
                            Bangladesh.
04.        Md. Rakibul      Room No: 202,Fazlul Haque     Rakib_b1@yahoo.com          Field Code Changed
           Haque            Hall,KUET, Khulna-920300      +8801717313010
                            Bangladesh.


      4) Name of Student Project Leader: Md. Asif Shaikat


      5) Name of Faculty Advisor/Mentor and contact Information. Must include
         email and postal mailing address: Ms. Kheya Banarjee,Assistant
         Professor,Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering,Khulna
         University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna-920300, Bangladesh
         Tel:(+880)-41-774021 Ext.-257,Email:kheya2006@yahoo.co.in
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   6) Institution: Khulna University of Engineering & Technology

   7) Program/Course: ECE-4000


   8) Either below or in an attachment, please write an Abstract Summary. In a
      minimum of 300 words, and maximum of 500 words, please describe your
      project, including, but not limited to:

           a) Project title, scope, goal, and the rationale for selecting this project;
           b) Description or plan of how the project will proceed from beginning to end
              and an explanation of how you will decide which applicable standards to
              use;
           c) List of technical industry standards and how they will be applied in order
              to achieve your project goal. *NOTE that the use of products or
              components built to industry standards does not satisfy this
              requirement.


                                  Abstract Summary:

The objective of this project is to design of an environmental pollution monitoring
network for Bangladesh using the IEEE 802.15.4 standard and ZigBee technology. The
goal of such network is to monitor the data of possible pollutants from different key
elements of environment. The Sundarban, largest mangrove forest of the world along
with the Bay of Bengal make Bangladesh a country of particular interest in case of
environmental factors. But due to large scale environment pollution now the country is
vulnerable to) natural & social disasters. So we have chosen to design a sensor network
for environmental pollution in Bangladesh using the wireless technology IEEE 802.15.4
so that information and data gathered from this network can be used for further analysis
to attain sustainable development of our country. As our economy is not strong so we
intend to design the WSN in a cost effective way but ensuring highest efficiency. Our
intended goal is to set up a WSN throughout different regions to collect different data of
various factors effecting our environment from remote sensors and collect them in a user
friendly way for further processing and analysis. To set up a WSN we have to study
pollution factors with respect to Bangladesh scenario for back ground information. We
have Chosen IEEE 802.15.4 standard and ZigBee technology as backbone for our
proposed WSN. IEEE 802.15.4 standard offers an implementation for the lower layers,
PHY and MAC, for a typical WSN .It focuses mainly on low-cost, low-speed
communication between devices. The basic IEEE 802.15.4 framework defines a 10-meter
communications area with a maximum transfer rate of 250kbits/s.It is the basis for
the ZigBee specification, which further attempts to offer a complete networking solution
by developing the upper layers which interface with the IEEE 802.15.4 MAC. ZigBee is
a specification for a suite of high level communication protocols using small, low-
power digital radios based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard for WSN. ZigBee modems can
be used to communicate with many ZigBee devices and we can choose specific device/s
to communicate at any time. One of the main design goals of our pollution monitoring
system is to have a cost effective WSN. So the choice is IEEE 802.15.4 which can also be

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used for effective indoor communication over several hundred meters. Also ZigBee uses
unlicensed frequency bands, additional networking features, small form factors and low
power. That’s why we choose IEEE 802.15.4 standard and ZigBee technology for our
project. We have already designed convenient and practically implantable algorithms for
authentication, localization, and different security measures for our proposed WSN in
virtual environment. We will use TELOSB motes as per availability in our lab for
primary feasibility test. After testing in small scale, we will set up a small WSN for
pollution monitoring using temperature sensors as a proof of concept. In the practical
implementation of this auspicious and highly demanded work, the student grant of IEEE
will help us most.




   9) The requirement for receiving this IEEE Grant is submission of a Final
      Student Application Paper upon completion of your project according the
      requirements below.
      *** By submitting this application and the subsequent paper, the author(s)
      are granting the IEEE the non-exclusive right to post, publish and/or
      disseminate the work.

           a) The paper must be provided for critique to your Faculty Mentor/Advisor
              first, and then submitted to the IEEE Standards Education Committee
              after recommended changes have been made to your Mentor’s
              satisfaction.

           b) Final paper submission must include an evaluation/assessment of the
              project by the faculty advisor/mentor using the IEEE’s Faculty Evaluation
              Form.

           c) Final paper shall be a maximum of 10 pages or 5,000 words. Paper may
              be submitted in Word or PDF formats and must include a Reference
              section.


   10) What is the target date for final paper submission to the Standards
      Education Committee? If target date exceeds 6 months from the date of
      this application, please include an explanation.
      30 August, 2012

   11) Do you agree to write and submit the Final Application Paper as described
      above and according to the target date? _________yes, I agree___

   12) A statement of endorsement is required from your Faculty Advisor/Mentor
      upon submission of this grant application. The Standards Education
      Committee will not consider incomplete submission packages.

       This endorsement should be submitted via email to the IEEE Standards
       Education Committee at stdseducation@ieee.org/.

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       The statement of endorsement shall include the following:

           a) An acknowledgement of understanding the purpose of the IEEE Grants
              and an indication of how industry standards will apply to this project;
           b) Confirmation that the students have legal access to copies of the
              necessary applicable standards for the project;
           c) A statement in support of the project and the students’ ability to succeed;
           d) Assurance that the final paper will include an explanation of technical
              industry standards considered and a description of how they were applied
              in order to achieve the project goal;
           e) An agreement to complete the final paper review and to submit a final
              evaluation using the IEEE’s Faculty Evaluation Form to the Standards
              Education Committee.




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