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Action Plan 200 6-2007 & 200 6 Activity Report IEEE ComSoc Asia Pacific Board. AP-RCCC 2007 Meeting 2007. 3. 15. Daehyoung Hong , AP Director Sogang University, Korea http://eecom3.sogang.ac.kr E-mail: [email protected] IEEE Communications Society Asia Pacific Board (APB).

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Action Plan 2006-2007&2006 Activity ReportIEEE ComSoc Asia Pacific Board

AP-RCCC 2007 Meeting

2007. 3. 15

Daehyoung Hong, AP Director

Sogang University, Korea

http://eecom3.sogang.ac.kr

E-mail: [email protected]


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IEEE Communications SocietyAsia Pacific Board (APB)

  • Chair: Daehyoung Hong (Sogang University, Korea)

  • Technical Affairs Committee (TAC)

  • Meeting and Conferences Committee (MCC)

  • Information Services Committee (ISC)

  • Membership Development Committee (MDC)

  • Chapters Coordination Committee (CCC)

  • Special Liaison of IEEE Technical Activities


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APB 2006-2007 Structure

AP Director:

Daehyoung Hong

Vice Director:

Zhisheng Niu,

Naoaki Yamanaka

Advisors:

B.G. Lee D.Taylor I.Sasase

K.C. Chen L.S. Lee N. Ohta

N. Kuroyanagi T. Aoyama

T.T Tjhung

Liaison ComSoc:

W.K. Hong (Korea)

Treasurer:

Y.Y. Kim

(Korea)

Secretary:

J.W. Choi (Korea)

L. Zhang(China)

AP Office:

Fanny Su Beh Noi

Serena Dhing

TAC:

Chair: 

S.W. Seo (Korea)

VC: 

T. Yamazato (Japan)

G. Fan (Japan)

B. Qiu (Australia)

Sec.:

J.H. Kim (Korea)

MCC:

Chair:

T. Ohtsuki (Japan)

VC:

J.S. Choi

(Korea) 

Sec.: 

K. Shimoto (Japan)

ISC:

Chair:

S. Chong (Korea)

Home Page VC:

J.H. Kang(Korea)

Newsletter VC:

Q. Zhang (Hongkong)

Sec.:

J.H. Mo (Korea)

MDC:

Chair:

W. Liao (Taiwan)

VC:

M. Yamamoto (Japan)

S.K. Park (Korea)

Sec.:

J. Li (Japan)

CCC:

Chair: 

A. Jamalipour (Australia)

VC:

K.B. Lee (Korea)

Sec.:

D. Saha (India)


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TAC Action Plan (1)

  • Strengthen technical activities

    • 3rdAsia Pacific Young Researcher Award

      (With $1,500 Budget in 2007)

    • Encourage people to participate in COMSOC TC activities

    • Support Technical Session Arrangements

      • ICC Business Application session

    • Reviewers' List Update/Maintenance

    • Editor/Liaison Arrangement for ComSoc Journals/Magazines


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TAC Action Plan (2)

(1) 3rd Asia Pacific Young Researcher Award

3rd APB Young Researcher Award will be award at ICC 2008, Beijing, China. Timetable and draft of open call as follows.

  • Young researchers who have been very active in ComSoc publication and conference activities over the last 3 years are candidates.

  • Age limit is 35.

  • Applicants must be members in the Asia/Pacific region (Several outstanding young researcher awards can be issued at the same time.)

    ICC 2006

    • Approve of the Award, Start Open Call

    • Negotiation with ComSoc headquarter for Award Ceremony and Budget.

    • Deadline of Application, Jul. 2007.

      Globecom 2007

    • Report of the Award (May be approval), Inform to the applicants

      ICC 2008

    • Award ceremony


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TAC Action Plan (3)

(2) APB sponsored Globecom / ICC BAS session

To encourage AP region technical activity and to increase visibility of AP technologies, TAC will promote BAS session at Globecom or ICC.

Session title (Tentative)

  • Mobile network and technology in Asia / Pacific

    (3) Prepare reviewers list in AP region

    TAC will make reviewers list with e-mail and area of interest in AP region. This list may only use for supporting AP technical activities.

    (4) Co-sponsored AP region workshop

    APB will sponsor some technical workshop in AP region. TAC may support reviewing and session chair / organizer for this workshop


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MCC Action Plan

The main objective of MCC is promoting Meetings and Conferences Activities. Our action plans are as follows.

  • Promote AP Regional Conferences: (APCC, ISPACS, OECC, APNOMS)

  • Promote submission of papers to ComSoc Major Conferences (ICC, GLOBECOM, INFOCOM, WCNC, NOMS) and AP Regional Conferences.

  • Promote to participate in ComSoc Major Conferences and AP Regional Conferences

  • Analyze Paper-Presentation Statistics at ComSoc Major Conferences and AP Regional Conferences

  • Attract Major Conferences in the AP Region


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ISC Action Plan (1)

  • Improve information services

    (1) APB Homepage Enhancement and Maintenance (www.comsoc.org/~apb)

    • Newsletter archive

    • Upcoming APB meeting announcement

    • APB Meeting minutes archive

    • APB Committee activity update

    • Conference information particularly in AP region

    • Call for papers/participation particularly in AP region


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ISC Action Plan (2)

(2) Editing and Publication of AP Newsletter

  • Published twice a year, distributed at ICC and GLOBECOM

    (3) Promote APB Homepage Access

  • Homepage update announcement to members


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MDC Action Plan

  • Promote the membership development programs at major global/regional conferences, such as WCNC2007 in Honk Kong, ICC2008 in Beijing, APCC2006 in Busan

  • Cooperate with the Sister Society Summit meetings

  • Distribute ComSoc eNews to Sister Society members and vice versa

  • Collaborate with the AP Office for attractive DLT tours to attract more student members

  • Encourage and nominate more senior members for upgrading to IEEE Fellow degree


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CCCAction Plan (1)

  • The charter of CCC is to

    • To plan and coordinate the Regional Chapter meeting once a year

    • To collaborate with the AP Office in running the DLT program

    • To support the AP Office in organizing Executives’ visit to Chapters


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CCCAction Plan(2)Regional Chapter Meeting

  • The 2006 Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC2006) will be held in Busan, Korea, August 31 – September 2 (http://www.apcc2006.com/)

  • The CCC Chair proposes to have the annual AP Regional Chapter Meeting during APCC2006 (Interim)

  • APCC 2006 is selected as a good size venue where many of AP members may attend

  • The CCC Chair proposes to have RCCC, the annual AP Regional Chapter Meeting during APCC2007

    (Need Budget in 2007)

  • Other proposals are welcome!


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CCC Action Plan 2006 (3)Distinguish Lecturer Tour (DLT)

  • The AP Office requested a show of interest by Chapters for ComSoc Distinguished Lecturers for 2006.

  • ComSoc HQ has allocated funding for 4 DLTs in 2006 at US$1,700 per DLT.

  • Four DLTs have been planned to cover various geographical areas such as India, Australia/New Zealand, East Asia and ASEAN.

  • Please send us your request of other DLT!


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Activities in 2006

  • Publication of AP Newsletter No.29 in November (distributed at ICC2006)

  • Publication of AP Newsletter No.30 in November (distributed at Globecom2006)

  • 5 DLT tours in AP region

  • 26 Student Travel Grants in AP region

  • 2 Special Professional Travel Grants in AP region

  • APB Web Update

  • 3rd Asia-Pacific Young Researcher Award (Planned)

  • AP Regional Chapter Chair Congress in Hong Kong at WCNC2007 (Planned)


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DLT to AP Region

AP DLT #1: 21st – 31st January 2006

Lecturer – Stefano Bregni


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DLT to AP Region

AP DLT #2: 12th – 19th March2006

Lecturer – Ezio Biglieri

  • The DLT covers Japan, Hong Kong and Macau. This DLT has attracted many participants from both academia and industry in all 3 countries.

  • Japan – 14th March 2006

  • Macau – 16th March 2006

  • Hong Kong – 17th March 2006


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DLT to AP Region

AP DLT #3: 15th – 19th May 2006

Lecturer – Roberto Saracco


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DLT to AP Region

AP DLT #4: 25 May – 25 June 2006

Lecturer: Jacob Gavan

New Zealand

Australia


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DLT to AP Region

  • AP DLT #5

    • Lecturer: Roth Glitho

    • 4 locations in Indonesia(Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya and Malang)

      • In Jakarta is colaborated with 2 private universities (Trisakti and UPH)

      • In Bandung is colaborated with STTTELKOM (private university)

      • In Surabaya is colaborated with ITS (public univeristy)

      • In Malang is colaborated with UNIBAW (public univeristy)

    • December (planned), Delayed to Jan. 2007

    • Special Thanks to the Distinguished Industry Award winner (Henry Samueli) for Funding of This DLT


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Student Travel Grant in AP region

  • Good Program for Membership Development

  • Only 20% Awarded

Number of winner and applicant in AP region and total number of winner


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3rd Asia Pacific Best Young Researcher Award

Call for Application of

3rd Asia Pacific Young Researcher Award

  • Young researchers who have been very active in ComSoc publication and conference activities over the last 3 years are candidates.

  • Age limit is 35.

  • Applicants must be members in the Asia/Pacific region (Several outstanding young researcher awards can be issued at the same time.)

  • Recipient will receive a certificate and US$500.

  • Outstanding young researcher will receive a certificate and $250.

  • With 1.5k budget of 2007


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Committee Members

  • Daehyoung Hong (Director)

  • Seung-Woo Seo (TAC Chair)

  • Takaya Yamazato (TAC Vice-Chair)

  • Guangbin Fan (TAC Vice-Chair)

  • Jae-Hyun Kim (TAC Secretary)

  • TBD (Regional representative from APB Board member)

  • TBD (Regional representative from APB Board member)


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Selection Process

[Step 1] Each committee member read all paper,biography etc. of all applicants.

[Step 2] Score then by activity, originality, quality and total

[5 (best) – 1 (worst)]with short comments, if any.

[Step 3] Send score sheet direct to Jae-Hyun Kim (secretary).

[Step 4] Each score sheet is sorted by the total.

[Step 5] Show the best paper award candidate to allcommittee members and discussion.

[Step 6] Award ceremony at ICC 2007

  • Schedule:

    • Application submission due: March 1, 2007

    • Announcement of awardees: May 1, 2007

    • Award ceremony : APCC 2007


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Certificate (sample)


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IEEE ComSoc 2007 Asia Pacific Regional Chapters Chair Congress

  • The AP-RCCC will be held in conjunction with the 2007 IEEE WCNC2007, to be held in Hong Kong, March 11-15, 2007.

  • Date for AP-RCCC 2007: Thursday, 15 March 2007

  • Duration: One-Day

  • With 35k budget of 2007


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IEEE ComSoc 2007 Asia Pacific Regional Chapters Chair Congress

List of potential attendees:

  • 28 AP Chapter Chairs

  • ComSoc and APB Officers:

    • ComSoc President

    • ComSoc Vice-President–Membership Development

    • ComSoc Director–Membership Programs

    • APB Director

    • APB CCC Chair


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IEEE ComSoc 2007 Asia Pacific Regional Chapters Chair Congress

Proposed Agenda (subject to change and confirmation from individuals):

08:30-09:00 Registration

09:00-09:15 Welcome Remark and briefing by APB CCC Chair (Abbas Jamalipour)

Welcome Message by APB Director (Daehyoung Hong)

09:15-10:00 Keynote Addresses by: (to be confirmed)

ComSoc President (Nim Cheung)

ComSoc VP - Membership Development (Byeong Lee)

ComSoc Director - Membership Programs (Shri Goyal)

Self-Introduction of Attendees

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-11.00 Presentation of “ComSoc Structure, Support, Activities, in AP” with Q&A by

the IEEE Asia Pacific Office (Fanny Su)

11:00-11:30 Presentation of “2006 Action Plan, and Activity Report in AP” by AP

Director (Daehyoung Hong)

11:30-12:30 Discussion on “How to provide better services to ComSoc members in AP region

by APB Membership Development Committee Chair (Wanjiun Liao) and APB CCC Chair (Abbas Jamalipour)

12.30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:30 Briefing on Chapter Activities by Chapter Chairs

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

16:00-16:20 Presentation of “Collaboration between ComSoc and Sister Societies” by AP Advisor (Naohisa Ohta)

16:20-17:30 Presentation and Discussion on “How to promote ComSoc activities in AP

region” by TBD

18:30-21:00 Banquet and Wrap-up Conclusion


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IEEE Members in AP region Congress

  • Total number of active members in Region 10 (all member grades) : 64,809 (downloaded from SAMIEEE on 13 November 2006)

  • PS: Figure from The Annual Statistic of IEEE as at 31st December 2005: 62,533

  • Total number of active Comsoc members in Region 10 (all grades) : 9,729 (downloaded from SAMIEEE on 13 November 2006)

  • PS: Figure from The Annual Statistic of IEEE as at 31st December 2005: 8,586


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28 ComSoc Chapters in AP Congress

15. MALAYSIA Chapter – Formed 26 Jun 92

16. MALAYSIA Section – Formed 9 May 06

(Joint Chapters – VT 006)

17. NEW SOUTH WALES Section – Formed 11 Aug 89 (Joint Chapters – SP001)

18. NEW ZEALAND NORTH & SOUTH Sections – Formed 21 Sep 98

19. NORTH QUEENSLAND Section – Formed 9 Jul 01 (Joint Chapters – MTT017)

20. QUEENSLAND Section – Formed 27 Nov 01 (Joint Chapters – SP001)

21. SEOUL Chapter – 4 Dec 92

22. SINGAPORE Chapter – Formed 29 may 86

23. SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section – Formed 15 Jun 96 (Joint Chapters – SP001)

24. TAINAN Chapter – Formed 15 Dec 03

25. TAIPEI Chapter – Formed 15 Jul 90

26. THAILAND Chapter – Formed 11 Nov 94

27. VICTORIAN Chapter – Formed 4 Apr 84

28. WESTERN AUSTRALIA Chapter – Formed 26 Aug 96

1. AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section – Formed 28 Apr 98 (Joint Chapters – SP001)

2. BANGALORE Section – Formed 5 Jun 00

(Joint Chapters – EM014 & C016)

3. BEIJING Chapter – Formed 21 Dec 87

4. BOMBAY Chapter – Formed 3 Dec 99

5. CALCUTTA Chapter – Formed 13 Oct 03

6. DELHI Chapter – Formed 1 Aug 97

7. HONG KONG Section – Formed 3 Aug 88

(Joint Chapters – CAS004)

8. INDIA Council – Formed 8 Jul 91

(Joint Chapters – AES010 & LEO036)

9. INDONESIA Chapter – Formed 1 Oct 01

10. JAPAN Council Chapter – Formed 26 Mar 73

11. KARACHI Chapter – Formed 1 Jun 01

12. KERALA Chapter – Formed 15 Oct 04

13. LAHORE Chapter – Formed 1 Aug 03

14. MACAU Section – Formed 1 Aug 05

(Joint Chapters – CAS004)


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Relations with Regional Sister Societies Congress

  • Planning Jointly with:

    • CIC (China)

    • IEICE (Japan)

    • KICS (Korea)

Asia Pacific Communications Conferences (APCC)

Best Paper Award (in planning)



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APB Meeting, Globecom2006 Congress

  • Nov. 29, 2006 (Wed), 53 Members attended


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Thank You Congress


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