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A group photo of IEEE IEMCON-2016, at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada organized by the IEM-UEM group in association with IEEE Vancouver.

The speakers of the conference were:-

1) Prof. David G.Michelson of University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada (David G. Michelson received the BASc, MASc, and PhD in electrical engineering from the UBC. From 1996 to 2001, he served as a member of a joint team from AT&T Wireless Services, Redmond, WA, and AT&T Labs-Research, Red Bank, NJ, where he was concerned with the development of propagation and channel models for next-generation and fixed wireless systems)

2) Prof. Rodney Vaughan of Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada (Rodney Vaughan is the Sierra Wireless Chair in Communications at Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada. His university training was in New Zealand and Denmark. Most of his career has been as an electronics system designer, and he joined academia (SFU) in 2003)

3) Prof. Motoharu Fujigaki of University of Fukui, Japan (Motoharu Fujigaki is a Professor in the Department of Human and Artificial Intelligent Systems Division of Advanced Informatics and Machinery at University of Fukui, Japan. He obtained his Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Engineering degrees from Faculty of Engineering Science, Osaka University and his Ph.D. from Osaka University in 2001)

4) Prof. James Cole of University of Tsukuba, Japan (James Cole is currently a professor at the University of Tsukuba in Japan. He graduated from the University of Maryland, PhD physics (high energy and particle physics), and after a post-doctorate at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Laboratory for High Energy Astrophysics) he went to the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) , and then the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). At ARL he developed simulated annealing programs for pattern recognition, and at NRL he began his current research. Prof. Cole wrote parallel computer programs with advanced visualizations to model sound propagation in complicated ocean environments)

5) Prof. Raj Jain of Washington University in St. Louis (Raj Jain received his Ph.D. in 1978 from Harvard University and an M.E. from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Dr. Jain is currently a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. He is a Fellow of IEEE, a Fellow of ACM, a Fellow of AAAS, a winner of ACM SIGCOMM Test of Time award,Center for Development of Advanced Computing – Advanced Computing and Communications Society (CDAC-ACCS) Foundation Award 2009, WiMAX Forum Individual Contribution Award 2008, 2014 Distinguished Alumnus Award from Indian Institute of Science Bangalore Alumni Association, and ranks among the top 90 in CiteSeerX’s list of Most Cited Authors in Computer Science)

6) Prof. Axel Krings of University of Idaho, USA (Axel Krings received his doctorate (1993) and master’s (1991) degrees in computer science from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, a Dipl. Ing. (1982) in electrical engineering from the FH-Aachen, Germany, and joined the University of Idaho Computer Science faculty in 1995)