[MYREN ANNOUNCE - CFP] Technologies for Society’s Well-being, 2016 International Conference on Advances of Electrical, Electronic and System
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CALL FOR PAPERS
Technologies for Society’s Well-being
2016 International Conference on Advances of Electrical, Electronic and Systems Engineering
Putrajaya Marriott Hotel, Malaysia
14-16 November 2016
The Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) is proud to host the first biennial 2016 International Conference on Advances in Electrical, Electronic and Systems Engineering (ICAEESE 2016). The conference with the theme “Technologies for Society's Well-being” is co-organized by The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Italy and IEEE Young Professionals, Malaysia Section. It is also with great pleasure to announce that the principal keynote speakers of the conference is Prof. Takaaki Kajita, 2015 Nobel Laureate in Physics from the Institute for Cosmic Ray Research (ICRR), Japan and Prof. Fernando Quevedo, Director, the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Italy.
Full paper submission : 13 June 2016
Acceptance notification : 15 August 2016
Camera ready submission : 16 September 2016
Early bird registration : 19 September 2016
Normal registration : 16 October 2016
Non-presenter registration : 16 October 2016
Conference day : 14-16 November 2016
Paper submission process will be managed by using the EDAS system. The peer-reviewed and presented papers will be published in the ICAEESE 2016 Conference Proceedings (digital) and will be submitted to IEEE publication for the inclusion in IEEE Xplore, which is indexed by SCOPUS.
The conference will also be part of the first three days of the international “Workshop on Advanced Reconfigurable Instrumentation for Scientific Applications” to held at the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia, from 14 to 25 November 2016. Please visit the website http://indico.ictp.it/event/7598 for more information about this workshop. Successful applicants of the Workshop will automatically enjoy the waiver of the ICAEESE 2016 registration fees.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
PROF. DR. MAMUN BIN IBNE REAZ
Chair of ICAEESE’2016
Department of Electrical, Electronic and Systems Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,
43600 Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia.
Extending eduroam in the Asia Pacific
Categories: Services, Technology Tags: , eduroam, XeAP by: hafizi
A workshop was held at the APAN41 meeting in Manila to provide technical training to countries participating in the TEIN-funded Extending eduroam in the Asia Pacific project.
AARNet is leading a project to extend the footprint of eduroam (education roaming) across the Asia Pacific. Eduroam is a secure global roaming wireless network access service built for the research and education community.
This project, known as XeAP (eXtending eduroam in the Asia Pacific) is funded by the Trans-Eurasian Information Network (TEIN) and will help set up eduroam in seven countries – Bhutan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines and Sri Lanka.
The advantage of eduroam is that the service provides students, staff and faculty with mobility between participating institutions’ wireless infrastructures, without the burden of institutional administration of guest network access. Eduroam is currently available at more than 12,000 locations worldwide.
At the APAN41 meeting held in January 2016 in Manila, a 2-day eduroam workshop was conducted for the national research and education networks (NRENs) of the project target countries.
During the workshop, AARNet and project partners – JNU and KISTI (South Korea), SingAREN (Singapore) and REANNZ (New Zealand) provided hands-on training to the NRENs to skill them up as eduroam trainers in their respective countries. The training included setting up eduroam, simulated wireless roaming and effective management of a sustainable eduroam service using tools developed by the project.
The participants are now back in their respective countries building the eduroam service with the continued assistance of AARNet and the other project partners. This project aims to setup eduroam in these countries by the end of June 2016.
The global NREN community is a collegiate community, sharing resources and technical expertise across borders to support collaboration and scientific discovery on a global scale.
source : http://news.aarnet.edu.au/extending-eduroam-in-the-asia-pacific/
NEWS: Press Release:First Dual-stack DNS Service in Malaysia to use SolidDNS
Dulles, VA - March 29, 2010 - The Malaysian Research & Education Network (MYREN) is launching the country's first free dual-stack DNS service powered by SolidDNSâ„¢, a DNS appliance created by InfoWeapons, Inc.
MYREN is offering the free service not only to its clients, but also to the general public, expecting it to stimulate growth and demand for IPv6-based applications in the country. To ensure the reliability of the service, MYREN will use SolidDNSâ„¢ version 4.0.510, which was recently granted an IPv6-Ready Gold Certification.
"We believe that IPv6 is an integral part of the future, one that could drive growth and innovation in industries, universities and many other sectors," says Kamal Hisham, manager of MYREN's Network Operations Center. "Offering this dual-stack service plays into our mandate to provide the best possible technology to aid research and educational institutions in Malaysia."
MYREN's network is currently being upgraded to cater to more members, applications, and services as well as make the infrastructure a community-managed network. One of the services the upgraded network will offer members is IPv6; hence, this dual-stack service is expected to enable more extensive IPv6 engagements.
"Our partnership with InfoWeapons is a testament to its leadership and proven track record in IPv6," Mr. Hisham says.
MYREN's high-capacity network currently employs two BIND DNS servers running on Linux operating system. It plans to deploy the SolidDNSâ„¢ appliance as a third server, providing name resolution for both its IPv4 and IPv6 networks, thus creating a working model of a gradual migration to IPv6.
InfoWeapons purpose-built SolidDNSâ„¢ as a dual-stack DNS appliance to aid organizations that want to adopt IPv6, but wish to keep its legacy network alongside. Achieving performance of up to 125,000 queries per second, SolidDNSâ„¢ is ideal for this setup and especially for MYREN's high-speed broadband network.
"We are pleased to collaborate with MYREN on this project. As one of the very first to hone and promote IPv6, we are glad to share our expertise and the best equipment for the job," says InfoWeapons Chairman and CTO Lawrence E. Hughes. "Once again, Malaysia shows the way for the region."
With strong backing from the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture, Malaysia is one of the leading adopters of emerging technologies in Asia with a comprehensive IPv6 roadmap. Through MYREN, the government aims to help universities, research organizations and scientific laboratories achieve the country's aspirations for a knowledge-based economy.
InfoWeapons creates next-generation, fully IPv6-compliant Internet products, including the dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6 capable) DNS/DHCP server appliance, SolidDNSâ„¢. InfoWeapons delivers future-proof technology solutions that are secure, intuitive and reliable. The company's products and services enable customers to make the rapid transition to IPv6 technologies.
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