IST-Africa 2015 Conference

06 - 08 May 2015, Lilongwe, Malawi

IST-Africa 2015 Agenda



Updated: 2015-03-06 16:21:51

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Day 3: 08 May 2015

09:00
09:00
Session 9a: eAgriculture
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Chair: Loi Namugenyi, Uganda National Council for Science & Technology, Uganda
09:00
Session 9b: ICT Supporting Innovation
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Chair: Leulseged Alemie, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Ethiopia
09:00
Session 9c: Digital Libraries
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Chair: Gift Kadzamira, National Commission for Science and Technology, Malawi
09:00
Session 9d: eInfrastructures
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Chair: Tiwonge Msulira Banda, UbuntuNet Alliance, Malawi
10:30
Coffee Break : Coffee Break
11:00
11:00
Session 10a: eAgriculture & Environmental Sustainability
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Chair: Ebony Msikawanthu, National Commission for Science and Technology, Malawi
11:00
Session 10b: eInclusion
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Chair: Ebenhezer Kauhonina, National Commission on Research,Science and Technology, Namibia
11:00
Session 10c: Next Generation Computing
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Chair: Jonathan Pinifolo, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Learning from Nowhere, preliminary experiments
Bruno Apolloni, University of Milano - Italy, Italy
A Maker-Community-Friendly Implementation of a Smart and Green Office Environment: Lessons Learned
Andrew Cyrus Smith, CSIR Meraka Institute, South Africa
A Conceptual Framework for Cloud-Computing Management: An End-user Environment Perspective
Likhwa Mlotshwa, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Using Artificial Neural Networks to Predict Winners in Horseraces: A Case Study at the Champs de Mars
Sameerchand Pudaruth, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Interdependent Enterprise Resource Planning risks in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in developing countries
Carrington Mugove Mukwasi, University of Cape Town, South Africa
12:30
Lunch : Lunch
13:30
13:30
Closing Plenary 11: Innovation and Research Capacity Building in Malawi
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