Request for survey as part of PhD work entitled: “A QUANTITATIVE PREDICTIVE STUDY OF CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS IN A DEVELOPING ECONOMY.”
Submission deadline for the ICTAS 2017 conference in Durban has been extended to 30 November 2016.
See the website for further details: http://www.ictas2017.com/
FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
30 November to 2 December 2016
Stellenbosch University, South Africa
The SAIEE - IEEE Distinguished Volunteer Award promotes the spirit of volunteerism by recognizing a volunteer active in the IEEE, SAIEE or both organizations.
- Makes or made a valuable contribution to the electrical engineering profession in South Africa
- promotes the electrical/electronic engineering profession in South Africa within IEEE designated fields or meaningfully contributes to one of the social challenges in South Africa through the application of electrical/electrical engineering.
The Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) is committed to building the business and leadership skills of entrepreneurs; helping them to develop sustainable, efficient and profitable enterprises that are able to employ more people. To focus this support, GIBS has created the Enterprise Development Academy, a centre of excellence for the growth of new and existing businesses.
Below is the first call for papers for the exciting 2016 ICSEE - International conference on the Science of Electrical Engineering in Israel.
The conference will be held on the 16-18th of November 2016 in the beautiful Queen Sheba Hotel in Eilat.
The Conference will in include
The 5-days summer school “Antennas for Radio Telescopes”, supported by IEEE South Africa Section, part of the European School of Antennas (ESoA), will be held at Stellenbosch in Nov 21 - 25, 2016.
Applications for participation by students, engineers and scientists are welcome:
The IEEE EAB Pre-University Education Coordinating Committee (PECC) is pleased to announce the establishment of Maker Event Seed Funding* to assist IEEE Sections, Chapters, Student Branches, Affinity Groups and individual IEEE Members in engaging pre-university students in organizing maker events in their local community.
The Fund for Internet Research and Education (FIRE Africa) is a venture between AFRINIC, The Internet Society (ISOC) and the International Development Research Center (IDRC) that supports projects that use ICT to develop innovative solutions to Africa's unique education, access, information, infrastructure and communication needs.
In 2016, there are three types of grants:
FIRE AFRICA GRANTS
Provide four Grants of up to US$25,000 each for projects aligned with one of the following categories: