Highlights of 2017 

e-CASE & e-Tech / ISBM / ISEP / IConEGS

Kyoto, Japan  April 4-6, 2017

The conferences provide participants with an exciting program of academic and cultural engagement. They offer delegates a diverse, informative and thought provoking range of academic presentations as well as providing its many international delegates the chance to experience the hospitality of Japan and its culture. A walk tour to enjoy cherry blossom in the area of Keage Incline and  Nanzenji Temple was taken place on April 4. The performances of the Koto instrument by Junko Miyaguchi was a cultural highlight for the conference attendees during the opening ceremony.

Prof. Michael J. K. Chen from Shih Chien University (Taiwan) presented the distinguished paper awards to the winners. Top left: Dr. Nor Aniza Ahmad (left) from Universiti Putra Malaysia, Dr. Abdul Razaq Ahmad (second from right) and Dr. Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman (right) from The National University of Malaysia.  Top right: Prof. Yvonne du Plessis from North-West University, South Africa. Above left: Dr. Cheng-Huang Yen from National Open University, Taiwan. Above rightDr. Hale Kizilcik (right) and Dr. Deniz Şallı-Çopur (left) from Middle East Technical University, Turkey.

Prof. Yuka Kawasaki from Hyogo University of Teacher Education (Japan) presented the distinguished paper awards to the winners. Bottom left: Dr. Kenneth M. Cramer (left) and Rebecca Pschibul from University of Windsor, Canada. Bottom right: Dr. Yasine A. Qandile from Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia.

Top left: Prof. Kinichi Fukumoto, currently vice president of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan, delivered a keynote speech on “Strategies for Fostering of the Global Competencies in School Education”. Top center: Dr. Norbert Jesse from TU Dortmund University, Germany, delivered a speech on “Critical Capabilities for Industrial IoT – From Reference Architectures to Embedded Analytics”. Top right:  Dr. Md. Anwarul Islam from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, delivered a speech on “Managing Teaching and Learning Records in the Cloud: University Perspective”. Above left: Prof. Michael J. K. Chen, currently president of Shih Chien University, Taiwan is the Conference Organizer. Above right: Prof. Yuka Kawasaki from Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan, is the Conference General Chair.

Bottom left: Prof. Lea Caragata from Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada. Bottom center: Prof. Ulises A. Mejias from State University of New York at Oswego, USA. Bottom right: Prof. Bob Barrett from American Public University, USA.

Top left: : Delegates from Indonesia took a photo after the presentation. Top right: Delegates took a photo after the presentation. Above left: Delegates from Thailand took a photo after the presentation. Above right: Delegates took a photo besides the ISEP poster stand.

Below and Bottom: Delegates from around the world took photos. In 2017, 270 papers are scheduled for presentation in 48 parallel sessions and five poster sessions. There are 300 delegates from 33 countries participating in this events. We welcome delegates from Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, China, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and USA.