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Report by technical activities coordinator for ieee region 10 presented by

Report by Technical Activities Coordinator for IEEE Region 10

Presented by:

Prof. Mahendra Shah

March 2007

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


What we want to achieve

What we want to achieve ……..

Our mission is :

Encourage Sections/Chapters to organise collaborative technical activities like workshops and seminars.

To encourage collaboration among various Sections for better regional cohesion.

Support Students Activities Chair in providing assistance to Technical activities like Workshops/Seminars organised by the Student members

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


Technical activities report

Technical Activities Report

Call letter had been issued in the first week of February 2007 to Sections/ Chapters soliciting from them intentions/

proposals to arrange Colloquia in the year 2007

So far two tentative proposals have been received, One from

Calcutta Section (for Dec. 2008) and the second from

Bombay Section (for Nov. 2007).

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


Call letter

Call letter …….

  • The IEEE Region 10 Technical Activities Committee is soliciting forproposals from councils, sections, and chapters which may be interestedto host the IEEE Region 10 Colloquium in 2007 and 2008.The objective of the Colloquium is to bring international and localexperts to speak on an emerging technology that will have strongeconomic impact to the region, the hosting country or the hosting city.This event was initiated in 2003. The first colloquium with the theme ofBroadband Access - Technology and Market was hosted on 21 and 22 October2004 in Singapore by the Communications Chapter and LEOs Chapters ofSingapore Section, in cooperation with a few local organizations.Information on this colloquium is available at http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ntrc/IEEER10InfocommColloquium/index.htm

  • Those who are interested to submit a proposal may use this event as areference. ………………..

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


Please note

Please note ..

  • Apart from its advisory role, IEEE Region 10 could participate on aprofit/loss-sharing basis with a maximum risk capital of US $ 3,000. If you are interested, please let us know before 15th April 2007

    Please write to : [email protected]

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


General guidelines

General guidelines …..

  • Colloquium speakers shall consist of a mixture of distinguished research scientists, engineers or professors within and outside the region. IEEE Region 10 shall support the budget for speakers’ travel expenses while the host shall bear all the other expenses. Registration fees can be charged to defray the cost and generate profit. A percentage of the profit, if any, should be returned to IEEE Region 10.

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


Other activities

Other activities …

Assist in the organization of 5th IEEE International Conference on Information and Comm. Technologies, Research, Innovation, and Vision for the Future (RIVF 2007), March 05-09, Hanoi, Vietnam – An event technically co-sponsored by IEEE Region 10.

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


Background info on rivf

Background info on RIVF

RIVF was an initiative among a group of Professors and Scientists in Computer Sciences and Applied Mathematics, mostly from France, Canada, Belgium, and Switzerland, and their PhD students originally from Vietnam, to create a forum to exchange research results among themselves and with research scientists from Vietnam.

RIVF 2003 Hanoi120 participants

RIVF 2004 Hanoi>120 participants

RIVF 2005 Can-Tho180 participants

RIVF 2006 Ho Chi Minh City >180

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


Rivf 2007

RIVF 2007

IRVF 2007 Sponsors:

Technical Sponsors

Conference Host

Industrial Sponsors

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


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Thank you

Prof. M. M. Shah, TAC


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