JAC-ECC Conference at E-JUST

El-Mogaz Electronic Website
December 15th, 2019

JAC-ECC Conference at E-JUST

On Sunday December 15th, 2019 marks the beginning of “Japan-Egypt Conference on Electronics, Communications and Computers” Scientific Conference. It is organized by both Electronics and Communications and Computer Engineering Schools at Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST). The University is located in Borg Al-Arab, Alexandria. Kyushu University and E-JUST have co-organized the two-day JAC-ECC international conference concluding on Monday, December 16th, 2019 at the university’s headquarters. Along with the participation of several Egyptian, Japanese and African universities. JAC-ECC 2020 discusses a number of axes, including Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Biomedical Engineering applications and other engineering fields.

Joint conference Chairman from the Japanese side Prof. Koji Anoui – Kyushu University attended JAC-ECC opening session. The attendees include Ministry of Communications and Information Technology representative Engineer Yasser Abdel-Bari / Electronics Industry Program Director at Information Technology Industry Development Authority. He gave a speech during the opening session of JAC-ECC conference demonstrating Technological Innovation Initiatives in Electronics and Information Technology Industry. In addition to supporting joint cooperation among the Ministry, Egyptian Universities and Industrial Organizations. Eng. Yasser also stated the Ministry’s interest in promoting cooperation with Africa through its Technology Cooperation Platform.

Moreover, Both Dr. Mohamed Abou Zahhad Abou Zeid – Electronics, Communications and Computers Engineering School Dean and Conference Chairman stated that 54 scientific researches out of a total of 85 papers were submitted for conference publication. Distinguished elite of experts from Japan, Egypt, Sweden, Canada, Australia, China, Malaysia, the United States of America and Korea participated in research evaluation. The conference discussed topics in fifth generation and following generations’ telecommunications and Internet of Things. Besides, integrated systems, Biomedical Engineering and Informatics. Also, discussing in the areas of Image and Video processing, Information Security, Cloud Computing Engineering and Smart Cities.

Furthermore, the conference entails a group of distinguished lecturers from University of Ottawa, Canada, Kyushu, Japan, Nile University and National Institute of Communications in Egypt. It also deals with advanced research through discussion sessions in various conference axes. Researchers and participants are presenting their latest findings and research outcomes that are accepted for conference publication. The conference encourages young researchers as well as students through holding an exhibition and a competition for applied graduation projects serve environment and society. 30 engineering faculties and higher engineering institutes participated in this competition. It is judged by a group of both Egyptian and Japanese industry experts and University professors.
Last but not least, E-JUST Vice President of Research (VPR) Prof. Goto, announced that the conference seventh session reflects the University’s interest in scientific research and creative inventions. In addition, the joint cooperation between Egyptian and Japanese scientists in order to develop industry at local and global levels. He also pointed out that E-JUST won first place in Invention locally, according to international Scimago Criteria Ranking assessment.

E-JUST President Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary stated that the University has academic partnerships with 12 Japanese universities. E-JUST implements Japanese education techniques based on projects and laboratory studies. The university also confers joint masters and doctoral degrees in Electronics and Computer Science in coordination with Kyushu University, Japan. He also announced that E-JUST welcomes offered initiatives by Ministry of Communications and Information Technology in developing the electronics information technology industry at national and African levels.