Engineering Festival for Humanity: Networking, Sharing and Inspiring
in Conjunction with R10 Humanitarian Technology Conference 2019

Fully Supported by HAC IEEE and IEEE Indonesia Section

 

FINALIST ANNOUNCEMENT

Please Find the official Finalist List of Humanitarian Project Competition in R10 IEEE HTC 2019 in Engineering Festival for Humanity: List of Finalist

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This event is an event to gather people from any background who have an interest in developing engineering for humanity to share their experience, insight, spirit and inspiration to others in a fruitful festival. The main goal of the event is to inspire more people to work on humanitarian engineering innovation and applications.

The Engineering Festival for Humanity: Networking, Sharing and Inspiring activities are divided into two main sections:

  • Project exhibition and Sharing (There will be award for best project for each category)
  • Workshop: Initiating, Actuating and Elevating the Engineering for Humanity Project

The objectives of the proposed event can be summarized as:

  • To network people who have same passion on developing technology for humanitarian activities
  • To leverage the impact of the humanitarian technology project to the wider society through the networking.
  • To inspire and acknowledge people to be actively involved on humanitarian issue problem solving through Engineering.

Workshop Speakers

  1. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Supavadee Aramvith (HAC IEEE)
    “IEEE commitment to support Humanitarian Technology Activity”
  2. Shaikh Fattah (IEEE Bangladesh)*
    “Idea, Insight and commitment to run Humanitarian Technology Activity”
  3. Dr. dr. Yoke Saadia Irawan MT (ITB, Indonesia)
    “Success story of Humanitarian Technology Activity in Indonesia”
  4. Prof Dr Prakash Lohana (Chair of IEEE R10  MD Committee), “Improving Energy Access in Rural (off-grid) areas in most R10 countries”

Project Category

Project Categories

  1. On-going project category
  2. Project idea or proposal category

Project Topics

  1. IoT for Developing Quality of Life (IoT for Smart Farming, IoT for Health Care, IoT for Parenting, etc)
  2. Technology Innovation for Health Care (Good Health and Well Being)
  3. Technology Innovation for Production and Consumption Responsibility: Recycle paper, plastic, glass and aluminum
  4. Digital innovation for better literacy
  5. Technology innovation for disaster mitigation and management

Eligible Participants

  1. Students
  2. Young Proffesional
  3. Researchers
  4. Academia
  5. Others
  6. each of team should consist of 3 to 5 person
Date Activities
Nov 12th 2019
09.00 – 10.30 Poster Exhibition
10.30 – 12.30 Sharing Forum with the 12 best project (finalist)
12.30 – 13.30 Break
Workshop and FGD Humanitarian Technology Project
13.30 -15.30

 

 

 

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Supavadee Aramvith
“ IEEE commitment to support Humanitarian Technology Activity”
Prof. Dr. Shaikh Fattah (IEEE Bangladesh)
“ Idea, Insight and commitment to run Humanitarian Technology Activity”
(including discussion and workshop on designing the proposal)
15.30 – 16.00 coffee break
16.00 -18.00

 

 Dr. dr. Yoke Saadia Irawan MT (ITB, Indonesia)
“Success story and obstacles of Humanitarian Technology Activities in Indonesia”
Prof Dr Prakash Lohana (Chair of IEEE R10  MD Committee)
“Improving Energy Access in Rural (off-grid) areas in most R10 countries”
17.30 – 18.00 closing ,remarks and photo session