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Date: July. 20-22, 2017Location: Toronto, Canada
The third IEEE Canada International Humanitarian Technology Conference (IHTC 2017) will focus on the general areas of technology for improving the humanity, especially for improving the lives of under served peoples (including aboriginal/indigenous peoples), disabled, aging and sick. It will also focus on technologies to assist in disaster and war situations. Another focus is humanitarian engineering educational programs. The conference will feature outstanding keynote speakers, workshops, a student paper competition and peer-reviewed papers. Humanitarian technology-oriented technical papers and papers describing social and economic factors related to humanitarian technology implementation are welcome for the conference.
If you have been doing technical work related to humanity in any aspect, this IEEE Conference is the right forum to promote the cause of your work, get recognition and to connect with the like minded people. Please contact the conference chair at email@example.com
10 December 2016 - 1-page abstracts due. Qualified authors will be invited to submit the full paper.
15 January 2017 - 5 page full papers meeting IEEE PDF Express specs are due.
31 March 2017 - Proposals for tutorials and workshops due
30 April 2017 - Authors notified about acceptance and modifications.
31 May 2017 - Submission of camera ready papers.
For more information, please visit the IHTC 2017 website.
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