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The new IEEE Sarawak Subsection’s EXCO-lineup for Term 2021-2022/23

The IEEE Sarawak Subsection's Annual General Meeting has successfully taken place on 30th of January 2021 virtually via Zoom meeting. The AGM begins with a welcoming address by the Chair of IEEE Sarawak Subsection 2019-2020/21 follow by subsection activities reports by both Secretary and Treasurer. The AGM then continues with the

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Completion of Three Humanitarian Technology Projects in Conjunction with the 8th IEEE R10 Humanitarian Technology Conference 2020.

IEEE (US) Humanitarian Activities Committee, IEEE Region 10, IEEE Sarawak and Swinburne Sarawak collaborated in organizing three humanitarian projects for communities in Sarawak. These projects included Community Empowerment: Promoting Safe and Sustainable Food Production; Vulnerable Community Empowerment: Promoting Hygiene and Clean Water Production; Youth Empowerment; Tackling Challenges to Water-Energy-Food Security (WEF)

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6th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of IEEE Sarawak Subsection

Dear IEEE Fellow, Senior Members, Members and Graduate Student Members, You are invited to attend our 6th Annual General Meeting and committee election for IEEE Sarawak Subsection to be held on; Date: 30th January 2021 (Saturday) Time: 10.00 am - 12.00 pm Meeting platform: Online via Zoom AGM’s Agenda: Welcoming address by 2020 Sarawak Subsection Chair To accept the

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IEEE Sarawak Hosted the IEEE R10 Humanitarian Technology Conference 2020 Online, Dec 2020

The IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference 2020 is the flagship premier international conference of IEEE Region 10 Asia Pacific. This year, R10 HTC 2020 was held virtually from 30th November to 3rd December 2020. The theme of the conference, Digital Ecosystem for Humanitarian, is to draw special attention to

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University Students attended Virtual Image Processing Workshop

IEEE Sarawak Subsection organized an Image Processing Workshop on 31 October 2020 through virtual (fully online) medium. The workshop aimed to introduce university students with basic concepts and applications of image processing using MATLAB software and accompanying toolboxes. As part of the workshop, the participants were exposed to acquiring video feed

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