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IEEE ComSoc Asia Pacific Activities, 2010 and Now Naoaki Yamanaka, AP Director Keio University, Japan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http: // http://www.comsoc.org/~apb/http://www.comsoc.org/~apb/ March 2011
Activities for 2010 –5 th Asia Pacific Young Researcher Award Upper age limit of 35 Selected and will awarded at ICC 2011 –3 DLTs for 2010 have already approved March 8 th – 16 th by Prof. Arun Somani (Singapore, Taiwan, Taipei) July 8 th – 19 th by Prof. Bhumip Khasnabish (Bombay, Hydevabad, Kharagpur, Calcutta) 9-13 Dec 2010 Qian Zhang (KL, Malaysia) –DSP#1: Heather E. Hudson 30 Aug 2010 lectured in Wellington, New Zealand Central Total budget in 2010 is US$5,000. –AP Newsletter, No.39, June 2011 –AP Home page www.comsoc.org/~apbwww.comsoc.org/~apb Activities(1)
Activities for 2011 –3 DLTs for 2011 have been approved October 12 th – 29 th by Dr. Weihua Zhuang (Beijing, Xian, Shanghai and Nanjing) August 14 th – 18 th by Dr. George Rouskas (Sri Lanka) August 21 st – 26 th by Prof. Qian Zhang (Australia) DSP#1: Jin Li 18 th April 2011 lectured in Shanghai 22 th April 2011 lectured in Beijing Activities(1)
APB 2010-2011 Structure Advisors: T. Aoyama, K.C. Chen, D. Hong, N. Kuroyanagi, B.G. Lee, N. Ohta, I. Sasase, D. Taylor, T.T. Tjhung, Z. Niu Liaison ComSoc Seung-Woo Seo (Seoul National U., KR) Tomohiko Taniguchi (Fujitsu, JP) AP Office Fanny Su Beh Noi, Serena Dhing Liaison ComSoc Seung-Woo Seo (Seoul National U., KR) Tomohiko Taniguchi (Fujitsu, JP) AP Office Fanny Su Beh Noi, Serena Dhing Eiji Oki (UEC, JP) Eiji Oki (UEC, JP) Hajime Nakamura (KDDI, JP) Hajime Nakamura (KDDI, JP) ISC Chair: Kohei Shiomoto (NTT, JP) VC(Newsletter): Jae-Hyun Kim (Ajou U.,KR) Phone Lin(National Taiwan Univ.) VC(Website): Yoshihiko Uematsu (NTT, JP) Xinbing Wang(Shanghai Jiaotong Univ.CN) Secretary: Takaya Miyazawa (NICT, JP) ISC Chair: Kohei Shiomoto (NTT, JP) VC(Newsletter): Jae-Hyun Kim (Ajou U.,KR) Phone Lin(National Taiwan Univ.) VC(Website): Yoshihiko Uematsu (NTT, JP) Xinbing Wang(Shanghai Jiaotong Univ.CN) Secretary: Takaya Miyazawa (NICT, JP) CCC Chair: Qian Zhang (HKUST, HK) VC: Miki Yamamoto (Kansai Univ., JP) VC:Sunghyun Choi (Seoul National U., KR) CCC Chair: Qian Zhang (HKUST, HK) VC: Miki Yamamoto (Kansai Univ., JP) VC:Sunghyun Choi (Seoul National U., KR) MCC Chair: BORHANUDDIN MOHD ALI (Malaysia) VC: Joonhyuk Kang (ICU Korea) VC: Nei Kato (Tohoku Univ. JP) MCC Chair: BORHANUDDIN MOHD ALI (Malaysia) VC: Joonhyuk Kang (ICU Korea) VC: Nei Kato (Tohoku Univ. JP) MDC Chair: Li-Chun Wang(NCTU, Taiwan) VC: Jia-Chin Lin (Taiwan) VC: Mounir Hamdi (Hong Kong Univ. HK) MDC Chair: Li-Chun Wang(NCTU, Taiwan) VC: Jia-Chin Lin (Taiwan) VC: Mounir Hamdi (Hong Kong Univ. HK) TAC Chair: Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ., JP) Co-chair: Wanjiun Liao (N. Thiao-Tung Univ, TW) VC: TAC Kun Tan (Microsoft China) VC: Tee-Hiang Cheng (Singapore) Secretary: Hiyoshi Shigeno (Keio Univ., JP) TAC Chair: Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ., JP) Co-chair: Wanjiun Liao (N. Thiao-Tung Univ, TW) VC: TAC Kun Tan (Microsoft China) VC: Tee-Hiang Cheng (Singapore) Secretary: Hiyoshi Shigeno (Keio Univ., JP) Director Vice Director Secretary/TreasureSecretary Naoaki Yamanaka (Keio University, JP) Naoaki Yamanaka (Keio University, JP) Kwang Bok Lee (Seoul National U., KR) Kwang Bok Lee (Seoul National U., KR) Abbas Jamalipour (U. Sydney, AU) Abbas Jamalipour (U. Sydney, AU) Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio Univ.ersity, JP) Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio Univ.ersity, JP) Vice Director
MDC Report Prepared by COMSOC APB MDC Chair Dr. Li-Chun Wang National Chiao Tung University http://lichun.cm.nctu.edu.tw
Mission of MDC to manage the AP Regional e-mail system containing all AP Regional ComSoc members to provide information and analyze statistics related to membership in the AP Region and overall to collaborate with the ISC and the AP Office in relation to information distribution to coordinate with other ComSoc organizations in developing Sister Societies
Statistics in 2010 Total IEEE Members: 407, 541 Total COMSOC member: 50,218 COSOC Member Statistics in R10 : 9754 (higher grade) 1398 (student)
ComSoc Sister Societies in AP COUNTRYSISTER SOCIETYHOME PAGE ChinaChina Institute of Communications (CIC) http://www.china-cic.org.cn/ ChinaThe Chinese Institute of Electronics (CIE) http://www.cie-china.org/ IndiaThe Institute of Electronics & Telecommunications Engineers (IETE) http://www.iete.org/ IndiaCommunicarions & Manufacturing Association of India (CMAI) - JapanThe Institute of Electronics, Information & Communication Engineers (IEICE-CS) http://www.ieice.org/cs/index.html KoreaThe Korean Institute of Communication Sciences (KICS) http://kics.or.kr/english/english.asp MalaysiaThe Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) - SingaporeSingapore Computer Society - TaiwanChinese Institute of Electrical Engineering (CIEE) http://www.ciee.org.tw VietnamThe Radio & Electronics Association of Vietnam (REV) http://www.rev.vn/Site/News/
Mailing list used for AP meeting announcements & minutes apb-announcement- email@example.com
APB Young Researcher Awards APB sponsors IEEE ComSoc Asia-Pacific Young Researcher Award. This award honors researchers who have been very active in IEEE ComSoc publication and conference activities over the last 3 years. ONE Best YRA with a certificate and US$500 and SEVERAL Outstanding YRAs with a certificate and US$250 Eligibility criteria: researchers who are ComSoc members in AP, younger than 35 (include), and have been very active in ComSoc publication and conference activities over the last 3 years
Each applicant must send the application form to IEEE ComSoc APB TAC chair before the deadline. Application form should include the followings –Applicants biography –A list of publication and conference activities over the last 3 years. –Description of main topics/thesis of the applicant over the last 3 years. (A4 1 page) –The cover page should contain the applicant's name, affiliation, address, telephone, fax number and e-mail address. Important date –July 1, 2011 : Application submission due –October 1, 2011: : Announcement of awardees –December 2011 : Award ceremony in Globecom 2011. Each application must be sent to the following address by e-mail. APB Technical Affairs Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org APB Young Researcher Awards
5th AP Young Research Awards Nomination by the selection committee Best award winner: Wei Chen (China) Outstanding award winners: Peter Hong (Taiwan) Bang Chul Jung (Korea) Ting See Ho (Singapore)
AP Best Paper Award (proposed ) All authors affiliation must be from AP region. Nominated papers from AP members. No self- nomination. Selected by AP best paper award sub-committee. Paper are limited to IEEE ComSoc Journals and conferences in recent 3 years. Best paper author will receive 500USD One award per year Award ceremony will be held during ICC-APB
ISC report June 6, 2011 Kohei Shiomoto, ISC Chair IEEE ComSoc APB General Meeeting ICC2011, Monday June 6
ISC Mission -to manage and update the AP Region Homepage to provide new and important information for the AP Regional ComSoc members -to publish and distribute the AP Region email news -to publish and distribute AP Newsletters -to provide a liaison to the IEEE Global Communication Newsletter (GCN) -to collaborate with the AP Office in information service related matters 16
ISC members Chair –Kohei Shiomoto, NTT, Japan Vice Co-Chairs (Paper-media: Newsletter) –Jae-Hyun Kim, AJOU University, Korea –Phone Lin, National Taiwan University, Taiwan Vice Co-Chairs (Electronic media: Homepage, ML) –Yoshihiko Uematsu, NTT, Japan –Xinbing Wang, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China Secretary –Takaya Miyazawa, NICT, Japan 17
Paper media: AP Newsletter publish AP Newsletter No. 39 2011 Message from AP Director, Naoaki Yamanaka The Fifth IEEE ComSoc Asia-Pacific Young Researcher Award Report from Distinguished Lecture Tour (DLT) Relocation of IEEE Asia Pacific ComSoc Office Global Communications Newsletter AP homepage Upcoming conferences calendar 18
Electronic media: Activity Statistics (December 2010-May 2011) AP Homepage Updates –Number of updated items: 3 Call for Papers for the World Telecommunications Congress Update of the location of APB Support Office Upcoming conferences in AP region –Number of site visitors: not yet measured APB announcements mailing list –Number of subscribers: 162 –Number of mails: 4
MCC Report Prepared by Borhanuddin Mohd Ali, Chair, MCC (2010-11)
INTRODUCTION MCC is tasked to promote participation of AP region in ComSoc Conferences and Meetings, In this report, we highlight AP contributions in ICC2011 in terms of paper contributions and authorships.
Authors of Accepted Papers by Countries in AP Region CountryAuthors% PR China60217.5 Japan2838.2 Australia1173.4 Taiwan1023.0 Korea952.8 Hong Kong932.7 Singapore732.1 India521.5 Pakistan130.4 Thailand70.2 New Zealand60.2
Summary of Authors of Accepted Papers all Regions RegionAuthors% Asia/Pacific144342.0 Europe, Middle East, Africa100129.1 United States63018.3 Canada3279.5 Latin America341.0 All authors of accepted papers are counted, regardless of whether they are first, second,... author. Authors that submitted more than paper are counted once for each paper.
APNOMS 2011 21-23 Sept, 2011, Taipei, Taiwan. Total 168, however, 36 of them have not uploaded papers Statistic by Country: –Taiwan(73), Republic of Korea(29), Japan(23), P.R. China(20), Republic of China(9), –Thailand(3), India(2), Germany(2), USA(1), Russia(1), Malaysia(1), Australia(1), Sweden(1), Brazil(1), Hong Kong(1)
About IEEE ICCC2012 The first IEEE International Conference on Communications in China (ICCC2012) will be held in Beijing, China, from 18-21 September, 2012, under the themeCommunications for a Sustainable Future. This is a newly incubated international conference by IEEE Communication Society (ComSoc) aiming at realistic globalization by extending ComSoc reach to fast-growing regions.
POCO 2011 POCO 2011 Registration Now Open !! The registration site for the 6 th annual Panel of Conference Organizers (POCO) has just opened. 2011 POCO will be held 21-23 July 2011 in Beijing, PRC and is the first in Region 10. It presents organizers with an excellent opportunity to gain valuable knowledge about organizing international conferences meet colleagues and learn more about IEEE conferences. If you have questions, have a topic for discussion or want to present some ideas, please contact Kevin Hanft (email@example.com). Registration will be open through 15 June 2011, on a space available basis. Dont firstname.lastname@example.org To register for POCO, please visit: http://guest.cvent.com/d/2dqggx/1Q For additional information on POCO, please visit: http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/organizers /poco/index.htmlhttp://guest.cvent.com/d/2dqggx/1Qhttp://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/organizers /poco/index.html
The Fifth IEEE ComSoc Asia-Pacific Young Researcher Award There were nineteen high-quality submissions from many countries. The award selection committee was composed of all TAC members, including Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya University, Japan), Wanjiun Liao (National Taiwan University), Kun Tan (Microsoft, China), Tee-Hiang Cheng (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), and Hiroshi Shigeno (Keio University, Japan). Comprehensive review was done for three months.
The Fifth IEEE ComSoc Asia-Pacific Young Researcher Award Best Young Researcher: Wei Chen (Tsinghua University, China) Outstanding Young Researchers: Y.-W. Peter Hong (National Tsing Hua University, Taiw an) Bang Chul Jung (Gyeongsang National University, Kore a) Ting See Ho (Nanyang Technological University, Singa pore) Award ceremony will be held at the award luncheon of IEEE ICC 2011, Kyoto, Japan (APB will)
AP DLT #2: 8 th – 19 th July 2010 Lecturer: Bhumip Khasnabish Bombay: 9 th July 2010 (Friday) Hyderabad: 13 th July 2010 (Tuesday) Kharagpur: 15 th July 2010 (Thursday) Calcutta: 17 th July 2010 (Saturday) Dr. Bhumip and DL attendees in Bombay
AP DLT #3: 9 th – 13 th December 2010 Lecturer: Qian Zhang Malaysia - Suruhanjaya Komunikasi Dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM), 10 th December 2010 (Friday) Malaysia - Kulliyyah of Engineering, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), 10th December 2010 (Friday) Malaysia - Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), 11th December 2010 (Saturday)
AP DLT #1: 12 – 29 October 2011 Lecturer: Weihua Zhuang 1.Beijing – 17 th October 2011 (Monday) 2.Xian – 19 th October 2011 (Wednesday) 3.Shanghai – 24 th October 2011 (Monday) 4.Nanjing – 25 th October 2011 (Tuesday)
AP DLT #2: 14 – 18 August 2011 Lecturer: George Rouskas 1. Sri Lanka - University of Colombo - 15 August 2011 (Monday) 2. Sri Lanka - University of Moratuwa - 16 August 2011 (Tuesday) 3. Sri Lanka - University of Peradeniya - 17 August 2011 (Wednesday)
AP DLT #3: 21 st -26 th August 2011 Lecturer: Qian Zhang 1. Brisbane - 22 August 2011 (Monday) 2. Canberra – 24 August 2011 (Wednesday) 3. Sydney – 25 August 2011 (Thursday)
Distinguished Speaker Program Lecturer: Heather E. Hudson Date: 30 August 2010 New Zealand Central ComSoc Chapter The lecture was sponsored by three organizations: (1) IEEE Joint Chapter of Communications, Signal Processing and Information Theory (2) IEEE New Zealand Central Section (3) The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Wellington Network. The topic of Bridging the Broadband Divide: Strategies for Rural and Developing Regions was presented.
Distinguished Speaker Program Lecturer: Jin Li 18 th April 2011 - Shanghai Jiao Tong University 22th April 2011 - Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics The topic of Utility Maximization for P2P Applications and its Application in Optimizing Multi-party Conferencing will be delivered.
Global Communications Newsletter One of the missions of ISC is to provide a liaison to or publish some article in the IEEE Global Communications Newsletter (GCN). Takaya Miyazawa and Kohei Shiomoto, two members of ISC, wrote the report of the APB general meeting which was held at Cape Town in conjunction with ICC2010. The report was published in the IEEE GCN in September 2010. This article introduces the contents of the APB general meeting, missionsor action plans of each APB committee, and so on.
Regional Awards(TBD) AP Outstanding Achievement Award (APB-SC) –To recognize ComSoc members in AP Region for their outstanding achievement, both technical and career, during the past 10 years –Every TWO year to award 1-2 person AP Outstanding Paper Awards (APB TAC) –To recognize ComSoc members who have published high-quality papers in ComSoc Journals or ComSoc-sponsored conferences held in AP region during the past 3 years –Every year to 3-5 papers and each applicant is requested to submit ONE his best paper to the committee AP Outstanding Contribution Awards (APB MDC) –To recognize ComSoc members in AP Region for their service activities and contributions for the success of their local chapters and regions –Every year to award 3-5 persons AP Young Researcher Awards (APB TAC) Chapter Achievement Awards (APB CCC)
Discussions on AP Regional Awards AP Outstanding Achievement Award? –Naming? –Criteria? –Nomination process? –Selection process? –Awarding? –Frequency? Goal ? –To recognize ComSoc members in AP Region for their activities and contributions for the success of their local chapters and regions Process ? –Nomination by AP regional chapters –Selection by the AP Awards Committee
42 ComSoc Chapters In Asia Pacific Region (as of 30 March 2011) 1.AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY – Formed 28 Apr 98 (Joint Chapter – SP001) 2.BANGALORE – Formed 5 Jun 00 (Joint Chapter – EM014 & C016) 3.BANGLADESH – Formed 18 Aug 10 4.BEIJING – Formed 21 Dec 87 5.BEIJING (Shenzhen) – Formed 25 Oct 08 6.BOMBAY – Formed 3 Dec 99 7.CALCUTTA – Formed 13 Oct 03 8.DELHI – Formed 1 Aug 97 9.Gujarat – Formed 30 Mar 09 10.HONG KONG – Formed 3 Aug 88 (Joint Chapter – CAS004) 11.Hyderabad – Formed 4 Mar 10 (Joint Chapter COM 019/ SP 001) 12.INDIA Council – Formed 8 Jul 91 (Joint Chapter – AES010 & LEO036) 13.INDONESIA – Formed 1 Oct 01 14.ISLAMABAD – Formed 13 Oct 10 15.JAPAN Council – Formed 26 Mar 73 IEEE ComSoc Asia Pac
16.KANSAI – Formed 5 Dec 06 17.KARACHI – Formed 1 Jun 01 18.KERALA – Formed 15 Oct 04 19.LAHORE – Formed 1 Aug 03 20.MACAU – Formed 1 Aug 05 (Joint Chapter – CAS004) 21.MADRAS – Formed 26 Apr 07 22.MALAYSIA – Formed 9 May 06 (Joint Chapter – VT 006) 23.NANJING r – Formed 2007 24.NEW SOUTH WALES – Formed 11 Aug 89 (Joint Chapter – SP001) 25.New Zealand Central – Formed 15 Jun 09 (Joint Chapter – COM 019/ SP 001/ IT 012) 26.NEW ZEALAND NORTH & SOUTH – Formed 21 Sep 98 27.Northern Australia – Formed 9 Jul 01 (Joint Chapter – MTT017) 28.Pune – Formed 19 Feb 11 (cont.) 42 ComSoc Chapters In Asia Pacific Region (as of 30 March 2011)
(cont.) 42 ComSoc Chapters In Asia Pacific Region (as of 30 March 2011) IEEE ComSoc Asia Pac 29. QUEENSLAND – Formed 27 Nov 01 (Joint Chapter – SP001) 30. Republic of Philippines – Formed 4 Mar 10 (Joint Chapter C 016/ COM 019) 31. SEOUL – Formed 4 Dec 92 32. SHANGHAI – Formed 22 Aug 07 33. SINGAPORE – Formed 29 may 86 34. SOUTH AUSTRALIA – Formed 15 Jun 96 (Joint Chapter – SP001) 35. Sri Lanka – Formed 22 Feb 10 36. TAINAN – Formed 15 Dec 03 37. TAIPEI – Formed 15 Jul 90 38. THAILAND – Formed 11 Nov 94 39. VICTORIA – Formed 4 Apr 84 40. VIETNAM – Formed 30 Oct 08 41. WESTERN AUSTRALIA – Formed 26 Aug 96 42. XIAN – Formed 16 Jun 08
On 1 st Nov 2010 : IEEE announced its relocation of its branch office in Singapore to Solaris@Fusionopolis. Staff Fanny Su and Ewell Tan will continue to provide support services to the Communications Society. IEEE President Pedro Ray cutting the ribbon and unveiling the IEEE signage for the new office
AP-RCCC at ICC 2011 9 June 2011 Room B-2, max 22 members In Kyoto. Approved by BoG. Now all preparations are under going by Fanny and Dr. Yamamoto, CCC vice chair. Visa problems are almost solved by E-side company support. Budget is under controlled by Dr. Oki Treasurer of APB and Fanny.