IEEE R10 Newsletter – Bringing you the latest happenings in Region 10
Messages from 2020-2021 IEEE R10 Director, 2019-2020 IEEE R10 Director and IEEE R10 Newsletter Coordinator . . .
Qiaowei YUAN (https://researchmap.jp/qiaowei?lang=en) received her BE, ME, and PhD from Xidian University, Xi’an, China, in 1986, 1989, and 1997, respectively. From 1990 to 1991, she was a special research student at Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan. From 1992 to 1995, she worked at Sendai Research and Development Laboratory, Matsushita Communication Company, Ltd. (Panasonic System Networks R&D Lab. Co., Ltd.), engaging in researching and designing of compact antennas for second generation mobile phones…
The COVID-19 pandemic has generated pendulum changes in organizational ecosystems and made all embrace new norms. For the Hong Kong (HK) Section, it was a big challenge but also a huge opportunity to fulfill our goals of providing individual benefits and services to current and prospective members. . .
Atul Negi first joined as an IEEE Student Member in 1993 and completed 28 years as an IEEE Member. He has been actively contributing as an IEEE volunteer since 1998. His first volunteering assignment was as the Student Branch Counselor of IEEE Student Branch, University of Hyderabad . . .
IEEE Region 10 Newsletter Committee is looking for a new title for its quarterly newsletters to replace the current title ‘IEEE R10 Today’. We welcome members to suggest unique and attractive titles for our official R10 newsletter. Preference will be given to title suggestions accompanied with a logo. The winner will receive a certificate from IEEE Region 10. Please submit the following details to R10 Newsletter Committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org by 21st March 2021.
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With the theme Advancing Technologies for Sustainable Development Goals to Transform Our World, the 2020 IEEE Region 10 Conference (TENCON2020) were successfully held from 16th to 19th November 2020 by the IEEE Japan Council. The 35th edition of TENCON was initially planned as physical event to held in Osaka, Japan, but due to the COVID19 pandemic, it was changed to a fully virtual event instead using the Zoom platform. The conference consists of keynote speeches, special sessions, invited sessions, as well as the regular parallel sessions. 257 papers were presented throughout 3 days, divided into 46 tracks which covers various electrical and electronic engineering disciplines.
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Awards and Fundings
Learn about this year’s awards and Fundings . . .