In Cooperation with Japan’s Kyushu University: The Eighth International Scientific Conference kicks off at Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology

Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST), announced the launch of the activities of the eighth international scientific conference entitled “Japan – Africa for Electronics and Communications, which is organized by the University’s School of Electronics, Communications and Computer Engineering in cooperation with Kyushu University of Japan. The conference was held virtually at the university’s headquarters in the New City of Borg El-Arab, in Alexandria, with the participation of many Faculties of Engineering and Engineering institutes in Egyptian, Japanese, and African universities during December 13-14.

He added that the conference will discuss a range of topics including artificial intelligence, Internet of things (IoT), biomedical engineering applications, fifth generation wireless communication systems, signal processing, images and video, embedded systems, and other advanced engineering fields. Many specialists in the fields of electronics engineering, modern wireless communications, computer engineering, artificial intelligence and data science will participate in the opening session.

It is worth noting that the university has academic partnerships with 13 Japanese universities and grants joint master’s and doctoral degrees in the field of electronics engineering with Kyushu University in Japan.

For his part, Prof. Mohammed Abo-Zahhad, Dean of the Faculty of Electronics, Communications and Computer Engineering and the conference president, indicated that the conference includes a series of lectures and discussion sessions within the scope of the various themes of the conference, where Egyptian and Japanese researchers and participants from other countries review their latest findings in the disciplines of electronics, communications, and computer engineering. The results of their research accepted for publication at the conference are in areas that serve the environment and society, and in line with the Egypt Vision 2030. A workshop is being organized on the sidelines of the conference in which specialists from Egypt and Japan will lecture under the title “Next Generation Wireless Networks and their Application in Smart Cities.”