It is a great pleasure to share with you the IEEE Tunisia section newsletters. It provides an excellent opportunity to present news and events related to IEEE, as well as activities carried out by the chapters, affinity groups, student branches, student chapters, and WIE student affinity groups in greater detail.
In this occasion, I take the opportunity to remind you that the IEEE Tunisia Section aims to spread IEEE Activities to all corners of the country by educational and technical activities, human networking, and to develop technology and its applications for humanitarian challenges. Please don’t hesitate to contact your section officers if you need any help.
For volunteers: The IEEE Tunisia section newsletter will be out 3 – 4 times per year, so don’t hesitate to send us your activities report in order to share your successful events with IEEE Tunisia section members.
The deadline for the next issue is February 15, 2017.
Co-sponsored by: IEEE Education Society Tunisia chapter
The conference concerns people interested in education and training issues (officials, trainers, educators, researchers, teachers, students, entrepreneurs, civil society); It is facilitated by more than 30 experts and includes panels, workshops and plenary lectures, immediately translated into Arabic, French and English. Educational institutions, and in particular higher education, have always played a key role in society by developing training systems, identifying priorities, educating and training citizens. The upheavals in society resulting from globalization and the massive arrival of new technologies necessitate a major shift in educational objectives and methods.
Bldg: Hotel Laico
Yassmine Hammamet, Nabeul
Co-sponsored by: IEEE Tunisia section
It is our pleasure to call for participation to 2017 GDG DevFest Sfax with focus on Internet of Things (IoT). DevFest is an annual event run by Google Developer Group chapters worldwide. It is an event for developers, by developers.
The choice of such topic is based on the growing attention paid towards the internet of things. The Internet of things is the inter-networking of physical devices, vehicles, buildings, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to collect and exchange data.
The main goal of the IoT workshop is to provide undergraduate students, M.Sc. or PhD students, academics, and engineers from industry with hands-on knowledge on IoT, most recent advances and developments. The workshop includes theoretical and practical sessions as well as a hackathon.
The workshop is organized by GDG Sfax, Higher Institute of Computer Science and Multimedia of Sfax (ISIMS), National Engineering School of Sfax (ENIS), Faculty of Sciences of Sfax (FSS), and IEEE Tunisia section.
CERTIFICATE: Participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Co-sponsored by: IEEE ENIS Student Branch
The purpose of this event is to help undergraduate, graduate students, and young professionals gain further insight, enabling exchange of knowledge and skills
The program will includes technical, professional, educational, and social activities. Sessions will be presented by highly qualified national and international speakers.
- Learn more about IEEE
- Network with industry professionals
- Enhance your soft skills
- Share skills, methods and insights
- Boost your leadership skills
- Participate in competitions
- Exchange ideas, experiences and thoughts
- Create value by implementing new ideas
- Most of all, just have FUN!
Medina Congress Center
Yassmine Hammamet, Unknown
This workshop will be the annual CEDA Tunisia meeting to discuss the latest technologies on design automation. In addition to some national speakers, we would like to invite a CEDA distinguished speaker.
Chafaa hamrouni BP 545 – 3000 Sfax – Tunisia