The IEEE Future Innovations Summit will be organized on 28th June 2018 by IEEE Tunisia Section; in collaboration with Elgazala Technopark, IEEE Ad Hoc Committee on Africa (AHCA), and IEEE Region 8; and under the patronage of the Ministry of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy of Tunisia.
The IEEE Future Innovations Summit goes behind the scenes of the most innovative and successful technologies to discover how we turn from the current challenges into tomorrow’s innovations. It brings together policymakers, leaders and experts in technology and innovations, with IEEE students and professional members.
The Summit will tackle the issue of the current and future innovation in Industry, Education, Communications, and Smart Cities, as well their impact in terms of societal transformation. The summit will also address bridging the Gap between Academia, Industry, and Government to benefit the citizens.
The Summit will be an opportunity to discuss the ethical concerns and behavioral challenges linked to the transformative technologies, and reflect on the key roles of Research & Development, Standardization, as well as Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy, in creating the right conditions for bringing cutting-edge technology innovations for the benefit of Humanity.
The Summit will provide participants with an opportunity to:
The opening address will include the talk of James A. Jefferies, IEEE President, followed by keynote addresses and Panel discussion.
The panel discussion will approach how IEEE can help industries to move forward, focusing on:
The IEEE Future Innovations Summit will be organized in the occasion of the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the IEEE Tunisia Section. It will be an opportunity to celebrate together the great success of the IEEE Tunisia section, established on June 2008. During the last 10 years, hundreds of IEEE Tunisia section volunteers worked together to brought to +2,500 members more than 1,400 IEEE meetings and hundreds of benefits for students, young professionals, and seniors, through +100 IEEE subunits: technical chapters, affinity groups, student branches, and student chapters. The section’s achievement was awarded on 2017 in Sydney by the IEEE MGA outstanding large section award.
Looking to welcome you soon!
Habib M. KammounIEEE Tunisia Section Chair
Skander MansouriIEEE Region 8 Young Professionals Committee
Jelel EzzineIEEE Tunisia Section Co-Founder
Mekki KsouriIEEE Tunisia Section Co-Founder
Ilhem Slama BelkhodjaIEEE Tunisia Section Co-Founder
Mourad Loulou2009-2012 IEEE Tunisia Section chair
Mohamed Jmaiel2011-2012 IEEE Tunisia Section treasurer
Jaleleddine Ben Hadj Slama2013-2014 IEEE Tunisia Section Vice-Chair
Faouzi Bouani2011-2014 IEEE Tunisia Section Secretary
Hassene Mnif2013-2014 IEEE Tunisia Section Treasurer
Azza Ouled Zaid2015-2016 IEEE Tunisia Section Vice-Chair
Nizar Rokbani2015-2016 IEEE Tunisia Section Treasurer
Messaoud Amairi2015-2016 IEEE Tunisia Section Secretary
Gloria ChukwudebeAfrica Area Chair
Abdelouahab MekhaldiIEEE Algeria Section Chair
Shedden MasupeIEEE Botswana Subsection Chair
Eric KuadaIEEE Ghana Section Chair
Charles OnyangoIEEE Kenya Section Chair
Nasser AssemIEEE Morocco Section Vice Chair
Raphael OnoshakporIEEE Nigeria Section Chair
Darryn CornishIEEE South Africa Section Vice Chair
Lwanga HerbertIEEE Uganda Subsection Chair
Simon MuwowoIEEE Zambia Section Chair
Shaun KaplanIEEE Africa Area Chair
by Margaretha Eriksson (Sweden), IEEE R8 Director11:30
by Khaled Ben Letaief (Hong Kong), IEEE Communications Society President12:00
by Roberto Saracco (Italy), IEEE Future Directions Committee Industry Advisory Board chair12:20
by Bilel Jamoussi (Switzerland), ITU-T Study Groups Department Chief12:40
by by Cherif Amirat (USA), IEEE Chief Information Officer13:00
by Skander Mansouri (Tunisia), IEEE Region 8 Young Professionals Committee13:15