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IEEE Announces Keynote Speakers from IBM, Intel and Samsung at IEEE World Forum
on Internet of Things (WF-IoT) in March 2014
Registration now open for first IEEE WF-IoT Event debuting in Seoul, South Korea
January 16, 2014 12:47 AM Eastern Standard Time
PISCATAWAY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IEEE, the world's largest professional organization
advancing technology for humanity, today
announced the keynote speakers presenting at the first IEEE World Forum on Internet of
Things (WF-IoT) being held in Seoul, South Korea, 6-8 March 2014. Registration for the
event is now open.
IEEE WF-IoT will provide a platform for attendees and speakers to exchange ideas and share
bestpractices on how progress in IoT technologies and applications can be nurtured and
cultivated for the benefit of society.
Registration is now open and attendees can secure a discounted rate by registering before 7
February 2014 by completing the online form.
Companies interested in exhibiting at the IEEE WF-IoT can find information on the web site
The IEEE WF-IoT is taking place 6-8 March 2014.
Seoul Olympic Parktel Hotel, Seoul, South Korea.
Keynote speakers at the IEEE WF-IoT include:
Chung-Sheng Li, director of the commercial systems department at IBM, and an IEEE Fellow
Dr. Vida Ilderem, vice president of Intel Labs and director of the Integrated Platform Research
for Intel Corporation
Dr. Kyungwhoon Cheun, senior vice president, Head of Communications Research Team (CRT)
DMC R&D Center at Samsung Electronics
The IEEE WF-IoT focuses on the technologies, applications and social implications of the
Internet of Things. This unique event designed for industry leaders, academics and decision-making government officials will examine key critical innovations across technologies, which
will alterthe research and application space of the future. The IEEE WF-IoT envisions a self-configuring and adaptive complex system of networks, sensors and smart objects whose
purpose isto interconnect “all” things, including every day and industrial objects to make
them intelligent,programmable and more capable of interacting with humans.
Delegates can attend tutorial workshops covering IoT application architecture and
research; theconvergence of social networks and IoT, focused on their opportunities
and challenges; and cognitive and open architecture models.
For complete information about the IEEE WF-IoT please visit http://sites.ieee.org/wf-iot/.
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technology for thebenefit of humanity. Through its highly cited publications, conferences,
technology standards, andprofessional and educational activities, IEEE is the trusted voice
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