8th IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference (R10HTC2020)
8th IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference (R10HTC2020) | 1 – 3 Dec 2020 | Kuching, Malaysia.
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR
THE SPECIAL SESSION & HUMANITARIAN TECHNOLOGIES/EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FORUM
“EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FOR HUMANITY AND LIFE-LONG LEARNING“
The mission of IEEE is “Advancing Technology for Humanity”. One of the focuses of the IEEE Strategic Plan 2020-2025 is “IEEE will be a trusted source of educational services and resources to support Life-Long-Learning”. Life-Long-Learning (LLL) can be defined as an “ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons”.
In the past years, many projects on humanitarian technologies (HT) and educational activities (EA) have been successfully executed within the IEEE Asia Pacific Region with the support of local organisations and IEEE operating units (OU). Many of them have fulfilled the educational and learning objectives with long-lasting impacts.
This special session aims to invite submission of papers to share and showcase success, and with particular focus on LLL. This is intended to serve as inspiration and model for students, academics, researchers, and the community. The best submission in this session will receive a Certificate of Recognition. Submitted papers must follow the required format of the conference publication and undergo a peer-review process.
SPECIAL SESSION 1: Life-long-learning with Humanitarian Technologies (HT) and Education Activities (EA) for the Benefits of Humanity
Professor Emeritus Lance Chun
Chair Educational Activities Committee, IEEE Region 10
SPECIAL SESSION 2: IEEE MY CNAG on Integrating Humanity into Industry 4.0
Dr. Haroon Rashid
Research Fellow & Senior Lecturer, University of Malaya, Malaysia
SPECIAL SESSION 3: Technology for Ageing Population
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siti Anom Ahmad
Director of Malaysian Research Institute of Ageing (MyAgeing™).
Associate Professor, Universiti Putra Malaysia
AUTHOR GUIDE FOR MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION
Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit original papers (minimum 4 to maximum 6 pages pdf version following IEEE double-column template) to 8th IEEE R10 HTC 2020 through OpenConf Conference Management System. All submitted papers should contain original, unpublished results, experimental or theoretical.
A paper will appear in the proceedings if at least one of the authors of an accepted paper registers before the registration deadline. Presenting the accepted paper is mandatory for the paper to be included in IEEEXplore and indexed by Scopus.
Submitted papers should satisfy the criteria listed below and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
- Paper template: The paper submission template (IEEE double-column) can be found at Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceeding. Kindly use A4 paper template. https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html.
- Paper length: Minimum 4 to maximum 6 pages in A4 format including all figures, tables, and references.
- Allowable file size: 2 MB
- Paper submission: Submit your paper (pdf version only) through our online paper submission system https://www.openconf.org/r10htc2020/openconf.php.
Select “Make Submission”, fill in the details and enter a password. Upon completing the details, click on “Make Submission”. A Submission ID will be generated for your paper.
Go back to https://www.openconf.org/r10htc2020/openconf.php, select “Upload File” and upload your paper (in pdf format). You are required to enter your Submission ID and password to upload the file.
- PDF file must be IEEEXplore compliant.
- Submissions will be screened through plagiarism checking services.
- Papers are reviewed on the basis that they do not contain plagiarized material and have not been submitted to any other conferences/workshops/symposia at the same time (double submission). Follow these links for further information: IEEE policies for plagiarism and IEEE policies for multiple submissions.
Submission Opens – Dec 1, 2019
Special Session & Workshop Proposal – Jan 1, 2020
Full Paper Submission – Jun 30, 2020 (Extended)
Notification of Acceptance – Jul 31, 2020
Final Camera-ready Paper Submission – Aug 31, 2020
Author’s Registration – Sep 30, 2020
Refer to the attached brochure or visit the conference website at https://r10htc2020.org/special-session/ for more information about each session.
Alternately, you may contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE:
The IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference (R10HTC2020) is the premier annual cross-disciplinary conference that provides a common platform for engineers, technologists, scientists, investors, representatives from NGOs, governments, academia and the industry to discuss recent advances in Humanitarian Technologies. The conference promotes discussions and presentations from the fields of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Computing & IT, Security, Disaster Management, Smart Cities & Villages, Industrial Revolution 4.0, Digital Commerce, Education, Healthcare and relevant areas of research.
IEEE R10 HTC 2020 will be held in Kuching, Malaysia from 1 to 3 December 2020. The conference is hosted by IEEE Sarawak Subsection with the theme “Digital Ecosystem for Humanity”. We invite you to submit your original papers and join us in Kuching, a city on the island of Borneo.
Thanks & Regards,
Ong Chin Ann
Committee (Publicity) |R10HTC2020
On Behalf of
Mark Tee Kit Tsun & Alpha Agape Gopalai
Chairs for Special Sessions & Workshop | R10HTC2020