IEEE Kansai Section 第62回技術講演会

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IEEE Kansai Section第62回技術講演会のご案内
The 62nd IEEE Kansai Section Lecture Meeting

第62回は,Dr. Gordon Day (IEEE President-Elect) のご来京に合わせて,下記のとおりに開催致します。


IEEE Kansai Section will have the 62nd IEEE Kansai Section Lecture Meeting as follows.



IEEE -- Advancing Technology for Humanity


Dr. Gordon Day (IEEE President-Elect)

日時(Time & Date)

2011年6月6日(月) 17:00~17:30
Monday, June 6, 2011, 17:00~17:30






IEEE student branch at Kyoto University




本講演会は,ご講演者のDay氏の来京に合わせて関西支部をご訪問頂く 行事の一環として行われるものです。通常の技術講演会とやや色彩の異なるものですが,IEEEのトップマネージャーのお話を直接伺うことのできる貴重な機会でありますので,講演会としてご案内をさしあげるものです。

本講演会は事前登録制となっております。参加予定の方は,早めに 本メール末の参加申し込み先にご連絡ください。


"IEEE Introduces Tagline - Advancing Technology for Humanity"

IEEE, the world's largest technical professional association, today unveiled a tagline, Advancing Technology for Humanity. The tagline showcases the organization's basic tenet that IEEE and its members across the engineering, computing and technology community worldwide advance innovation and technological excellence for humankind.

The kickoff includes the tagline in a visual treatment with the IEEE Master Brand and a fast-moving video illustrating how innovations by IEEE members positively impact the world. The tagline and accompanying video reflect IEEE's strategic vision and values, which in part, call for IEEE being universally recognized for the contributions of technology and of technical professionals in improving global conditions. IEEE promotes an environment where members can collaborate on world‐changing technologies - from computing, sustainable energy systems and smart grid, to aerospace, communications, robotics, healthcare and more.

"Advancing Technology for Humanity serves as a reminder about how members'contributions in engineering and other technology areas help advance and improve the world around us," said Pedro Ray, 2010 IEEE President. "Our goal is to help build the publics' understanding and appreciation of IEEE and the important role that technology and IEEE play in creating a better tomorrow."


Gordon Day spent most of his career in research and management at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, where he founded and led the NIST Optoelectronics Division. His personal research ranged from fundamental optical measurements to the development of standards for optical fiber and new concepts in instrumentation. More recently, he served as science advisor to Sen. Jay Rockefeller and Director of Government Relations for the Optoelectronics Industry Development Association. He has been a Professor Adjoint at the University of Colorado and a Visiting Fellow at the University of Southampton (UK), and has served on many industry, government, and academic advisory groups. He is a past President of the IEEE Photonics Society and of IEEE-USA, and is a Fellow of IEEE, AAAS, the Optical Society of America, and the Institute of Physics (UK). He received B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois.

The information on this lecture is at: をご覧ください。

参加費 (Fee)

無料 (Free)

参加申込み先 (Contact for registration)

IEEE関西支部 テクニカルプログラムコミッティ Tel: (0774) 93 5518   Fax: (0774) 93 5158
E-mail: ieee-kansai-tpcアット  アットを@に変換し,送信してください。)


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  • Please register in advance. E-mail or fax, IEEE member ID (if you have), your name, and affiliation by June 3, 2011 (Friday).

    本件連絡先 (For further information)

    IEEE Kansai Section Technical Program Committee Chair 中谷 智広 (NTTコミュニケーション科学基礎研究所)


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