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The Division of Research of DIU has taken an initiative to support our faculty members' for implementation of their research outcomes in practical contents. We invite faculty members to share their research findings in this forum and give us an idea how you would like to proceed with your findings/products/innovations for further development. We will then discuss with you for taking necessary step towards practical applications.

Looking forward to see postings from you.

Research Ideas / Inviting Research Ideas from Faculty Members
« on: March 25, 2019, 11:07:11 AM »
Welcome to this forum. We invite DIU faculty members to share their research ideas and discuss in a collaborative manner. As you know that we want to establish a sustainable research culture in the university. Since we do not have opportunity to offer a research degree (Masters by Research or PhD) we may involve our students in our research endeavors. As you know that there are a good number of students in each department who want to do research with the faculty members. We have to create research opportunities for them and given them support from the departments. It will help them to have easy access to postgraduate studies in foreign universities.

Hope to see you vibrant.

MCT / Seminar conducted by Mr Mustofa Jabbar at MCT Department
« on: February 23, 2015, 11:11:43 AM »

Mr Mustafa Jabbar conducted seminar at Multimedia and Creative Technology Department on 19 February 2015. It was an excellent presentation. This legendary focused on: proliferation of computer and the internet in Bangladesh, digital Bangladesh and its future endeavor, building knowledge based society using ICT, and interactive multimedia in education. Students were very enthusiastic to learn from him.


The Department of Multimedia and Creative Technology (MCT) has planned to conduct workshops by the skilled students of the department on a regular basis to fill in the knowledge gap and improve skills on a particular software. The workshops will be conducted every week on Wednesdays and Thursdays in our computer labs for limited number of students. Unfortunately, we cannot start our first workshop scheduled on tomorrow (Wednesday) because of the unavoidable situation around.

Moreover, we will invite experts from different multimedia industry to arrange such works for the students throughout the semester. This kind of workshops will be a routine work of this department.

MCT / MCT Department is moving toward creating Visual Effects (VFX)
« on: January 14, 2015, 01:01:39 PM »

Visual effects involve combination of live action footage and generated images for creating environments which look realistic. Many renowned film making industries use visual effects to create amazing effects and realistic environments in films. Through VFX, the artists or producers can make exciting things happen in movies such as bomb blasts, natural disasters, flying objects, superpowers, fighting with dangerous animals etc which are difficult or impossible to shoot in reality. A set of motion capture equipments is required for creating such  effects.

MCT Department has taken initiative to adopt motion capture equipments in the lab with an intention to make interesting and creative short films and prepare our students for the competitive job market.

MCT / Maya - A Comprehensive 3D Animation Software
« on: January 13, 2015, 04:44:16 PM »
Autodesk Maya is a top ranked 3D Animation Software worldwide. At Multimedia and Creative Technology Department, we have started to introduce to Maya in the current semester. Maya provides high-end character and effects tool-sets along with increased productivity for modeling, texturing, and shader creation tasks. Maya has a lot of features, for example:

1. Simulate and render photo-realistic liquids

2. Create and groom hair, fur, feathers, grass, foliage, trees, and rocks

3. Produce high-quality bound characters, often with just a few clicks

4. Simulate complex 3D visual effects

5. Create realistic deformable materials

6. Simulate atmospherics, liquids, and open water

7. Get high-quality skinning results in less time. (video: 1:05 min.)

We look forward to see very good outcomes from our students and teachers.

MCT / MTCA Exhibition: Mandatory for Students
« on: November 17, 2013, 10:30:36 AM »
Participation in MTCA Exhibition is mandatory for all students in the department from this semester either individually or in groups (not more than three students). All materials of each semester will be assessed and marks will be given out of 13 that is, assignment (5) & presentations (8). During development of students' work either manual or digital, student will require to show them to their teachers several times and explain what they are doing.

This is an excellent opportunity for applying  knowledge and acquire skills.

Dr Md Kabirul Islam

MCT / MTCA Exhibition & Project Fair: Summer 2013
« on: July 10, 2013, 04:10:13 PM »
It is a great achievement of MTCA students that in Summer Semester'13 a number of digital works were presented in the exhibition. Among them two groups participated in the project fair ( for the first time) on July 01, 2013 and obtained third position jointly.

I hope MTCA students will be more active in the project fair in future.

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