Just Accepted To Keynote IEEE Nigeria’s 2017 NIGERCON Next Month in FUTO

Just Accepted To Keynote IEEE Nigeria’s 2017 NIGERCON Next Month in FUTO

I just accepted to keynote NIGERCON 2017 which is being organized by IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Nigeria Section at the prestigious campus of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (Nigeria), my alma mater. Yes, it will be in FUTO where the finest Nigerian engineers are trained (lol). IEEE is the largest technical association in the world with membership in excess of 420,000.

IEEE Nigeria Section invites you to participate in the upcoming IEEE NIGERCON 2017. NIGERCON is a refereed international conference. The Conference seeks submissions of articles from Academia, Government, Industry, and Private Sectors on the following sub-themes: Engineering Education, Computing, Communication, Power and Energy, Internet of Everything, Engineering in Medicine and related fields.

The theme of the conference is “Electro-Technology for National Development” and it is scheduled for November 7-10 2017.

Date: 7-10 November 2017
Theme: Electro-Technology for National Development
Venue: Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO), Imo State, Nigeria

I will deliver the plenary keynote and then run a workshop on artificial intelligence with applications in agriculture and active cybersecurity defense.  I will share more on the presentations later here on Tekedia.

Please I want you to attend. Register here. Support our schools, students and professors.

Come and let us have a technical festival by looking at atoms, electrons and data, and how we can combine them for national development. Because the venue is FUTO, you can count on the peerless quality of this conference.


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