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1 TENCON 2012 CEBU.PHILIPPINES ELMER P. DADIOS JOEL S. MARCIANO JR ORGANIZING CHAIRS

2 CONFERENCE INFORMATION Conference dates: November 2012 Conference location: Cebu, Philippines Conference venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, Cebu City Theme: “Sustainable Development Through Humanitarian Technology” Organized by IEEE Philippines Section IEEE Region 10 Technical co-sponsorship IEEE Computers and Communications Society Philippines Joint Chapter IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Philippines Chapter

3 TENCON 2012 IEEE Philippines Section successfully hosted the IEEE R10 meeting in Cebu in 2010 First time for IEEE Philippines Section to host TENCON TENCON has received endorsement from the Philippines government Supported by several Universities in the Philippines Comfortable venues that meet international standards International airport and facilities

4 TENCON 2012 COMMITTEES General Chair Jose B. Cruz Jr. Organizing Chairs Elmer P. Dadios, De La Salle University Manila, Philippines Joel S. Marciano Jr., University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines International Program Committee Alvin Culaba (De La Salle University) Toshio Fukuda (Nagoya University) Kaoru Hirota (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Fakhreddine Karray (University of Waterloo) Marzuki Khalid (University Technology Malaysia) Oussama Khatib (Stanford University) Jong-Hwan Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Technology) Janina Mazierska (James Cook University) Raouf Naguib (Coventry University) Yong Jin Park (Hanyang University) Lawrence Wong (National University of Singapore)

5 TENCON 2012 COMMITTEES General Chair Jose B. Cruz Jr. Organizing Chairs Elmer P. Dadios, De La Salle University Manila, Philippines Joel S. Marciano Jr., University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines Technical Program Committee Marcelo H. Ang (National University of Singapore) Supavadee Aramvith (Chulalongkorn University) Rhandley Cajote (University of the Philippines) Eryk Dutkiewicz (Macquarie University) Rene Cruz (University of California San Diego) Rowena Cristina L. Guevara (University of the Philippines) Yoshikazu Miyanaga (Hokkaido University) Michael Angelo Pedrasa (University of the Philippines) Jhoanna I. Pedrasa (University of the Philippines)

6 CALL FOR PAPERS Paper submissions managed through EDAS: https://edas.info/12119https://edas.info/12119 IMPORTANT DATES Online Paper Submission Opens: March 1, 2012 Paper Submission Deadline: May 1, 2012 Notification of Acceptance: July 12, 2012 Camera Ready Submission: August 16, 2012 Author and Early Bird Registration: September 1, 2012 Tutorial Proposals: June 30, 2012 Special Sessions Women in Engineering Engineering Education Humanitarian Technologies in R10

7 CONFERENCE VENUE Cebu, Philippines Also known as Sugbu, Cebu is located in the Visayas region at the center of the Philippine archipelago Long narrow island stretching 225 km (140 mi) from north to south, surrounded by 167 neighboring smaller islands One of the most developed provinces in the country. Five-star hotels, casinos, white sand beaches, world- class golf courses, convention centers, and shopping malls. “7th best island destination in the Indian Ocean-Asia region in [Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Top Islands]

8 ABOUT CEBU Already a prosperous settlement before the Spaniards came in On April 14, 1521, 800 natives were baptized during the first Mass in Cebu Thirteen days later, Ferdinand Magellan died in the battle against Lapu-Lapu in Mactan, an island off the coast of Cebu. On January 1, 1571, the present city of Cebu was founded Province of Cebu was created on March 10, 1917.

9 CONFERENCE VENUE Radisson Blu Hotel, Cebu City, Philippines Room rate: ~US$105 per night nett

10 MACTAN (CEBU) INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT International routes NRT - Narita HKG – Hongkong ICN - Inchon DOH – Doha SIN - Singapore CAN – Guangzhou PUS - Pusan PVG – Shanghai TPE - Taipei BUS – Busan International airlines that fly directly to Cebu Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific, SilkAir, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, ZestAir, AirPhilExpress International flights to Manila (MNL) and then (1 hr) connection to Cebu (CEB) are widely available

11 PARTICIPANTS We estimate approximately 350 participants paying full rate. We estimate approximately 40% of 350 = 140 professional participants paying full rate. We estimate approximately 60% of 350 = 210 student paying student rate.

12 REGISTRATION FEES Early bird IEEE member: US$450 Non-IEEE member: US$550 IEEE student member: US$250 Regular/ On-site IEEE member: US$500 Non-IEEE member: US$600 IEEE student member: US$300

13 TENCON 2012 BUDGET REVENUE (US$) Total Registration Fee = 118, Grants : Donations = 15, Exhibits = 5, IEEE Seed Money = 5, Others = 5, TOTAL= 148,475.00

14 TENCON 2012 BUDGET EXPENSES (US$) Hotel and Social Functions = 62, Management and Administration Services = 15, Registration Expenses = 11, Promotions = 2, Conference Publications = 4, Local Arrangement and Committee Expenses = 25, Audit Fee = 1, Others (Tax, etc) = 5, IEEE Seed Money = 5, TOTAL= 130,850.00

15 TENCON 2012 BUDGET Net Surplus (US$) = 17, Surplus Sharing (US$) R10 Share (30% of NP) = 5, PS Share (50% of NP) = 8, University of the Philippines Share (10% of NP) = 1, DLSU Share (10% of NP) = 1,762.50

16 THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN CEBU Magellan’s crossColorful street festivals Lapu Lapu Shrine Pristine, white sand tropical beaches Philippine mangoes

17 TENCON 2012 See you in Cebu in November!


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