Technological solutions to cure the world’s greatest human problems eagerly sought for conference in October
Sought are scientists, engineers, technology professionals, academics, foundations, government and non-government organizations, field project managers, industry, investors, and other individuals engaged in humanitarian work, to discuss and develop solutions for present and future humanitarian needs.
Press coverage of the conference exhibits and presentations will be carried extensively on the ScienceNews Radio Network program Promise of Tomorrow with Colonel Mason, locally produced in Dallas, Texas
This is the IEEE flagship third annual cross-discipline conference on the world’s urgent human necessities and will be held October 20 – 23, 2013 in Silicon Valley, San Jose Airport Garden Hotel, California.
In following the Conference theme of Technology for the benefit of humanity, topics include [but are not limited to]:
• Health, Medical Technology and Telemedicine
• Disaster Warning/Avoidance and Response
• Water Planning, Availability and Quality
• Power for Off-Grid Users
• Power Infrastructure/Off Grid Power/Renewable—Sustainable Energy
• Connectivity and Communications Technologies for Remote Locations
• Technologies (data/voice) for Remote Locations
• Educational Technologies
• Agricultural Technologies
• Applying Science, Engineering and Technology for Sustainability
• Humanitarian Challenges and Opportunities
Submission – Deadline for Full Paper Submission: May 11, 2013
The Conference Program will include submitted paper sessions, plenary and invited talks, tutorial sessions, poster sessions, student paper and poster contests, photo and video contests, a young professional project contest, and many opportunities for social and professional networking.
More information on technical sessions, registration for the conference, hotel reservations and exhibiting is available at the website www.ieeeghtc.org