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Posted On: 23 June 2013 02:52 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:13 pm

Seventh IEEE to be held in Doha

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The seventh GCC conference of the Institute of Electric and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) to reflect on the emerging technology and rapid changes that are occurring in the Gulf region will be held in November under the theme ‘Towards Improving Quality of Life’. The event would bring experts from all over the world to discuss about the developments and challenges in the electric and electronic engineering field. “It is a privilege to take part in this conference and we are glad that the seventh IEEE is being held in Doha,” said Chairman of Qatar Society of Engineers, Ahmad Al Jolo, addressing a press conference at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) on Thursday. Also an agreement was signed by Chairman of IEEE, Yacoob Al Mullah and Chairman of the organising committee of the conference, Mohammad Ibrahim Al Mohanadi with the QNCC to have it as the event avenue. The innovative changes in the world are demonstrating the role and responsibilities of the engineers in developing emerging technology to improve the reliability and sustainability of the industrial operation as well as to preserve the natural resources by eliminating environmental residuals in the GCC by large. The conference will bring around 120 experts to discuss about how emerging technologies can address present and potential statements to improve various industries control and operations with high sense of engineering reliability. Further, they will discuss subjects as role of women in the industry. Government officials, academics and experts from the industry will attend the event. The seventh IEEE GCC conference also offers an opportunity to promote products, services, ideas as well as various roles of business electrical engineering in a comprehensive way. An exhibition too would be held on the sidelines of the conference to showcase the products and services in the electric and electronic engineering industry. Source:Qatar Chronicle