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Keynote Speakers

Toshio Fukuda

Keynote 1 - Cell Analysis and Assembly by Micro and Nano Robotics System

Oh Ser Wah

Keynote 2 - How will TV White Spaces Transform Wireless Connectivity?

Nigel Lovell

Keynote 3 : Improving the Performance of a Retinal Prosthesis: the Critical Role of the Neural Interface

Alex C. Kot

Keynote 4 - Can we trust any photo?

21 Dec 2013 *Notification Result has been released*
21 Dec 2013 *Conference Venue has been announced*
22 Dec 2013 *Special Session Call for Papers*
24 Dec 2013 *The registration via EDAS is now opened. Click here to register.*
24 Dec 2013 *Registration and Paper Submission has been updated with conference ID for PDF eXpress. *
24 Dec 2013 *Hotel Booking Form has been uploaded to Conference Venue pag*
07 Jan 2014 * Acceptance and Visa Letter can be generated from EDAS*.
20 Jan 2014 * Keynote speaker has been announced*.
03 March 2014 * Student Travel Grants to assist Student Members in attending conferences and presenting papers*.
28 March 2014 * Conference Technical Program tentative has been announce*.
31 March 2014 * Invited talks has been announce*.
31 March 2014 * IEEE Leadership Forum has been announce*.

It is a great pleasure to invite you to the 2014 IEEE TENSYMP to be held in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, on 14-16 April 2014.  IEEE TENSYMP is a Region 10 Symposium, which was previously known as TENCON Spring.

Malaysia is a warm and friendly country that enjoys a sunny tropical climate all year long.  It is strategically located in South East Asia and is accessible from all corners of the globe.  Delegates will also be attracted to the unique mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and other indigenous cultures of Malaysia.  There are many pre and post conference touring options such as the heritage sites, tropical rainforests and idyllic island resorts.  The host city, Kuala Lumpur, is a modern metropolis amidst colourful cultures.  It is a city of delightful contrasts and one of the most vibrant cities in Asia.  Visitors will be greeted by the stunning PETRONAS Twin Towers, a world-renowned icon.  The numerous pre-war heritage buildings reflect Kuala Lumpur’s rich past and stand in charming juxtaposition to the modern architecture.

Click here for registration and paper submission http://ieeemy.org/tensymp/registration-and-paper-submission/