ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA; 14–17 SEPTEMBER
TOPICS: Energy-efficient cloud computing, renewable energy technologies, sustainable engineering, e-health, bioinformatics, software and computation engineering, energy-aware networking, mobile security, power electronics and drives, and cognitive computing.
SPONSORS: IEEE Region 8 and IEEE South Africa Section
SEATTLE; 8–11 OCTOBER
TOPICS: Education and business development in underserved areas, water purification, agricultural technologies, energy infrastructure and off-grid power, renewable energy, electric transportation, medical technology, telemedicine, mobile health care, and disaster warning and response systems.
SPONSORS: IEEE-USA, IEEE Society for Social Implications of Technology, IEEE Region 6, and IEEE Seattle Section
JOHANNESBURG; 27–30 OCTOBER
TOPICS: Radar for developing countries, specifically with applications to border protection, prevention of human trafficking, wildlife preservation, facility protection, fire and flood monitoring, land use classification, air traffic control, medical monitoring and imaging, traffic management, and weather.
SPONSORS: IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems and IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing societies
AMMAN, JORDAN; 3–5 NOVEMBER
TOPICS: Applications of electrical engineering and computing technologies to help solve local problems. Technologies include biomedical instrumentation, sensors, nanotechnologies, telemedicine, medical informatics, wireless communications, the smart grid, robotics, manufacturing methods, renewable energy systems, and power quality and reliability.
SPONSOR: IEEE Jordan Section