The 2011 Third Commemorative Lecture of Tokyo Section
The 2011 Third Commemorative Lecture of IEEE Tokyo Section entitled "Ambient Electronics and Extremely Low-Power Circuit Design"
was held in the Glass Building of the Tokyo International Forum on Monday, October 31, at 4:00 p.m. with 56 participants.
The lecturer was Dr. Tadayasu Sakurai, Professor of the Tokyo University, recipient of the 2010 IEEE Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits.
IEEE Milestone Dedication Ceremony and Commemorative Lecture
|Development of satellite broadcasting technology||Dr. Etsuro Kimura
(Ex-Director General NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories)
|Dawn of the satellite broadcasting and the future||Dr. Takehiko Yoshino
(Ex-Executive Director- General of Engineering NHK)
The 2011 Fourth Meeting of Tokyo Section Executive Committee was held on Thursday, November 24, from 3:00 p.m. at Shiodome City Center, Tokyo.
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The 2011 Fifth Commemorative Lecture of IEEE Tokyo Section and
the Second Commemorative Lecture of Life Members Affinity Group
The 2011 Fifth Lecture of IEEE Tokyo Section and Second Lecture of Life Members Affinity Group (LMAG) were co-held in the Glass Building of the Tokyo International Forum on Friday, December 2nd, at 4:00 p.m.
There were rising of 89 participants which made the room with all extra chairs full. The lecturer was Mr. Kazuo Hagimoto, Director of NTT Science and Core Technology Laboratory Group. In the lecture entitled "The Communication Network seen from the Great East Japan Earthquake", he explained the indispensable role of the network on the occasion of catastrophic earthquake, actual circumstances of the ruin and elicited problems are summarized. In addition, a perspective towards future robust network was described. The lecture was succeeded with quite active Q&A and concluded by the closing remarks by LMAG Chair, Dr. Kohei Habara.
2011 Student Branch Leadership Workshop
2011 Student Branch Leadership Training Workshop (SBLTW) was held at Kumamoto University on November 12, 2011. 56 members, including 48 students from 22 out of 23 universities which have each Student Branch were participated.
The SBLTW began with the self-introduction of JC SAC members. Then, JC SAC Vice-Chair/Trainer, Professor Onoye of Osaka University, lectured about IEEE overview and IEEE student branch administration. After the lecture, the R10 Student Congress 2010 held in July at Auckland, New Zealand, was reported, and all the participants introduced themselves and each Student Branch reported their original activities. Memorial plaques were given to SBs of Ritsumeikan, Yamaguchi and Kyoto Universities for their tenth anniversary celebration.
In the afternoon session, activities of JC GINI (Global Integrated Network of IEEE) were introduced, and competition results of the JC GINI logo design were reported. The winner was the Hokkaido University SB. Then students worked on the group discussion program led by the Kumamoto University SB. The theme of the group discussion was "The Great East Japan Earthquake", and the students divided into eight groups took unique discussions and enjoyed their presentations of the outcomes.
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2012 IEEE Medals and Recognitions
Three members and one company in Japan received 2012 IEEE Technical Field Awards on November 21, 2011.
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