Prof. Kukjin Chun is currently the IEEE Region 10 Director-Elect (Asia Pacific). After receiving his Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1986, he joined Electrical and Computer Engineering department at Seoul National University, where he served as Department Chair in 2009-2011 and as Director of the SNU Inter-university Semiconductor Research Center in 2005. He served as IEEE Seoul Section Chair in 2007 and the IEEE Region 10 Secretary and Vice-Chair from 2009 to 2012. Chun was the President of the Institute of Electronics Engineers of Korea, which has the longest history and largest membership in Korea. He has been a member of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea since 2007. He served on the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering editorial board and the Fellow of the Institute of Physics of UK.
Professor Benjamin Wah was the Franklin W. Woeltge Endowed Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is a prominent computer scientist, with expertise in non-linear programming, multimedia signal processing and artificial intelligence. He is a fellow of the IEEE, ACM, and AAAS; and has served as the President of IEEE Computer Society. Professor Wah has received numerous international honours and awards for his distinguished academic and professional achievements. Among these are the Distinguished Alumni Award in Computer Science of the University of California, Berkeley, the W. Wallace McDowell Award, the Tsutomu Kanai Award and the Richard E. Merwin Distinguished Service Award of the IEEE Computer Society.
Professor Wah received his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Columbia University, and his MS in Computer Science and PhD in Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. He began teaching in Purdue University in 1979, and later joined the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1985. He also served as Director of the Advanced Digital Sciences Centre established by the University of Illinois in Singapore in 2009, with funding from the Singapore government’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research. He was appointed as advisory member of the Expert Task Force of Big Data established by the China Computer Federation in 2013.
Experimental progress on quantum entanglement moved at a tremendous rate during 2015, proving beyond a doubt the effect that Einstein dubbed “spooky action at a distance.” The next step is engineering this effect into quantum networks, and ultimately a Quantum Internet. Quantum networks will improve the security of classical communications, allow a quantum client to request that a quantum server compute a function without disclosing anything to the server, and improve the sensitivity of scientific instruments. I will give an overview of recent experimental results, applications of quantum networks, and the daunting challenge of creating a true quantum Internet.
Rodney Van Meter received a B.S. in engineering and applied science from the California Institute of Technology in 1986, an M.S. in computer engineering from the University of Southern California in 1991, and a Ph.D. in computer science from Keio University in 2006. His current research centers on quantum computer architecture and quantum networking. Other research interests include storage systems, networking, and post-Moore’s Law computer architecture. He is now an Associate Professor of Environment and Information Studies at Keio University’s Shonan Fujisawa Campus. Dr. Van Meter is a member of AAAS, ACM and IEEE.
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Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering of the Faculty of Engineering of the Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta.
Master of Arts in Economics of Vabderbilt University, Nashville _ Teneessee, USA.
Philosophy Doctor in Interdisciplinary Study (Management of Techno –Logy) from Vanderbilt University, Nashville – Tennessee, USA)
March 1988 to August 2001 :
Staff of National Development Planning Agency.
August 2000 to March 2001 :
Head of Division of Partnership System and Procedure on Berau of Business Partnership, National Development Planning Agency.
March 2001 to May 2002 :
Head of Sub-Directorate of Partnership System and Procedure on Directorate of Business Partnership, National Development Planning.
May 2002 to February 2004 :
Director of Culture, Saints and Technology, National Development Planning Agency.
February 2004 to June 2005 :
Director of Irrigation, National Development Planning Agency.
Jun 2005 to August 2009 :
Director General of Post and Telecommunication, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology
August 2009 to April 2010 :
Secretary General and also as the Acting Director General of Post and Telecommunication of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.
August 2009 to Februari 2014 :
Secretary General of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
February 2014 to Present :
Head ICT Research and Human Resources Development Agency of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
May 2, 2011 to Present :
Commisioner of PT Posindo
2000 : Satyalencana Karya Satya X
2002 : Bappenas Staff Role Model Award
2008 : Satya Lencana Pembangunan
Birokrasi Award 2008 from Institut Reformasi Birokkrasi
2009 : Satya Lencana Karya Satya XX
2010 : Satya Lencana Wirakarya
14 Agustus – 4 September 1989 :
Training Staf Bappenas I, oleh Bappenas-LPEM UI
15 Mei – 29 Juni 1991 :
Training Staf Bappenas II, oleh Bappenas-LPEM UI
11-23 Juni 2000 :
Managing and Financing Local Development by Institute of Planning and Development Practitioners, School of Policy, Planning and Development Universityof Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
18-29 Juni 2001 :
Frontiers in Infrastructure Finance by World Bank Institute, Washington DC, USA
03 Agustus – 09 Oktober 2001 :
Diklat SPAMA Angkatan V, Bappenas- LAN
Seminar Analisis Laporan Keuangan
Nopember 2001 :
Iskandar, B., Kurokawa, S., LeBlanc, L. Electronic Data Interchange(EDI) Adoption of Business-to Business Electronic Commerce: The Role of BuyerSupplier Relationships, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, pp 505-517
Iskandar, B., Kurokawa, S., LeBlanc, L. Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce: Perspectives from Firstand Second-Tier Automotive Suppliers, Technovation 21(2001), pp. 719-731
Dukungan Teknologi Terhadap Daya Saing Industri Nasional, Jurnal Ilmiah Magister Teknik Industri, ISSN 1693-9832, Vol. 1 No. 1 Maret 2004, Diterbitkan oleh Program Studi Magister Teknik Industri Pasca Sarjana Universitas Pelita Harapan
10 Mei 2004 :
Kompetisi Global dan Manajemen Teknologi, Seminar Technology and Industrial Prospect of 2004, Universitas Pelita Harapan, Jakarta.
Soegijardjo Soegijoko (born in Yogyakarta, 1942) obtained his Engineer Degree in Telecommunication Engineering from the Department. of Electrical Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia, in 1964. His Doctor Degree (Docteur Ingenieur) was received from USTL (Universite des Sciences et Techniques du Languedoc, Montpellier, France) in 1980; His thesis was entitled: Development of a Microprocessor-based External Artificial Pancreas (Application du Microprocesseur en Genie Biologique et Medical: Le Pancreas Artificiel Extracorporel).
Moreover, he has also completed a number of non-degree programs, such as: Tertiary education (UNSW, Australia, 1970); VLSI Design (Stanford University, USA. – 1986; UNSW- 1991;Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan -1984, 1985).
Since 1966, he joined Institut Teknologi Bandung (Indonesia) as a teaching staff at the Department of Electrical Engineering, (currently School of Electrical Engineering & Informatics) ITB, until his retirement in 2007. At present, he is an adjunct Professor on Biomedical Engineering ITB. His current research interests include: Biomedical Engineering Instrumentation, e-Health &Telemedicine Systems, and Biomedical Engineering Education.
He has actively involved in a number of national, regional & international collaborations in educational, research as well as in community services. He was the Conference Chair for International Conferences conducted in Indonesia, (1990, 1992, 1993, 1994), and the IEEE APCCAS 2002 that was conducted in Singapore (December 2002).
He has published more than 100 papers in the above mentioned researched interests. Recently, he (and his colleagues) have also authored four international book chapters published by Jimoondang (Korea, 2008), Springer (Singapore, 2014), CRC Press – Taylor Francis (2015).
Prof. Dr. Ir. Soegijardjo Soegijoko is a member of IEEE-EMBS, IEEE CASS, IEEE SSIT and IEEE Education Society. He can be reached through: email@example.com
BIOMEDICAL ENGEERING ADVANCES FOR A BETTER LIFE
IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
IEEE Indonesia – EMBS
Biomedical Engineering is truly a multidisciplinary field in which synergic collaborations among engineers, scientists, medical personnel as well as other professionals are required. Although Biomedical Engineering has been emerging for more than 60 years in the developed countries, only recently that it is becoming more and more popular in many developing countries.
This presentation describes significant advances in Biomedical Engineering which promote a better life for the community. Some examples of Biomedical Engineering significant advances in developed countries are then reviewed. They include, for examples: asynchronous, synchronous, and hybrid teledermatology; transdermal drug delivery systems; mobile-health drug delivery systems; m-health and u-health systems for specific healthcare applications.
Due to the relatively fast developments in ICT and activities of engineering societies, such as the IEEE EMBS, in developing countries there have been a number of significant new developments in various areas of Biomedical Engineering. These application examples include: simple hybrid telemedicine systems, mobile telemedicine system with multi-communication links, simple template system for antibiotic-loaded beads, hybrid telemedicine system for remote cataract patients screening, and microcontroller-based continuous passive motion machine. Moreover, simple e-health, mobile health and telemedicine system prototypes for different applications have also been developed and tested by various groups.
In conclusion, both in developed and developing countries there are currently more and more significant developments in various areas of Biomedical Engineering for promoting the quality of life.