IST-Africa 2007 Conference & Exhibition

09 - 11 May 2007, Maputo, Mozambique

IST-Africa 2007 Agenda



Updated: 2007-05-29 11:47:59.31

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Day 3: 11 May 2007

09:00
09:00
Workshop 10a: Piloting Solutions for Reversing Brain Drain into Brain Gain for Africa
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Chair: Martin Antony Walker, Hewlett Packard, Switzerland
09:00
Session 10b: Environmental Risk Management
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Chair: Ralf Denzer, Environmental Informatics Group, Germany
09:00
Session 10c: eAdoption & eInclusion - Addressing the Digital Divide
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Chair: Paulo Maculuve, Banco de Moçambique, Mozambique
09:00
Workshop 10d: Community-owned Wireless Networks
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Chair: Chris Morris, Internet Society, South Africa
10:30
Coffee Break: Exhibition & Networking
10:45
10:45
Session 11a: Trust & Security
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Chair: Ilari Lindy, World Bank, United States
10:45
Workshop 11b: ICT for Environment and Security in Africa
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Chair: Bernard Stevenot, SPACEBEL, Belgium
Co-Chair: Ralf Denzer, Environmental Informatics Group, Germany
10:45
Workshop 11c: Active Age
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Chair: Richard Ennals, Kingston University, United Kingdom
10:45
Workshop 11d: Tools and Methods in North/South Partnership for Research
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Chair: Bernard Philippe, INRIA/IRISA, France
Co-Chair: Mohamed Jaoua, University of Nice, France
12:15
Lunch: Exhibition & Networking
13:00
13:00
Closing Plenary 12a
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Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC, Ireland
Science in Service of Society: A Need for Establishing Sustainable Research and Innovation Infrastructure in Africa
Sospeter Muhongo, International Council for Science, Regional Office for Africa, South Africa
Adapting and Exploiting ICT Research Results to Achieve Sustainable Economic Impact in Africa
Lidia Brito, Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique
Mozambique Development Marketplace: Competition for Innovative Ideas
Isabel Neto, The World Bank Group, Mozambique
Tech/Na! – The ICTs in Education Initiative – An Holistic “Orange Revolution” for Namibia
Johan van Wyk, Ministry of Education, Namibia
Best Paper Award & Best Demonstration Stand Award

Closing Remarks
Prof. Dr. Eng.Venâncio Massingue, Honourable Minister of Science & Technology, Mozambique

Disclaimer: This is the Advance Programme, which is subject to change. The Final Programme will be published in March, following receipt of all final papers.

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