The Internet Symposium organized by the IEICE Hokkaido Section Student Activity Committee co-organized by the IEEE Hokkaido University Student Branch will be held as follows. This symposium is an event for students, where research presentations and question-and-answer sessions are all held on the website. It would be greatly appreciated if you could use this symposium as a place to present and discuss your research results. We look forward to your participation.
Call for Papers
2022 IEICE Hokkaido Section Internet Symposium
- Date: Feb. 24th (Fri) – Mar. 2nd (Thu), 2023 (1 week)
- Application deadline:
Feb. 13, 2023 (Mon), 23:59 Feb. 17, 2023 (Fri), 23:59
- Paper submission deadline:
Feb. 19, 2023 (Sun), 23:59 Feb. 21, 2023 (Fri), 12:00
- Organized by Student Activity Committee, Hokkaido Section, the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
- Co-organized by
- IEICE Muroran Institute of Technology Student Branch,
- IEEE Muroran Institute of Technology Student Branch, and
- IEEE Hokkaido University Student Branch
Officers for 2023 are chosen. See Officers.
On November 5, the following three branches co-organized a student networking event after the regular sessions of the 2022 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers.
Similar to the last year’s student networking event, we conducted the event online, where the number of participants was 25. From five universities, Hokkaido University, Kitami Institute of Technology, Muroran Institute of Technology, Hokkaido University of Science, and Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, six students in total presented their activities and laboratory lives.
Officers for 2022 are chosen. See Officers.
On November 6, the following four branches co-sponsored a student networking event after the regular sessions of the 2021 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers.
It was the second time to hold it online, and there were as many as 30 participants. A total of 7 people from 5 universities, 1 national college, Hokkaido University, Kitami Institute of Technology, Muroran Institute of Technology, Hokkaido University of Science, Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, and Asahikawa National College of Technology presented their activities and laboratory lives.
The lecture will be held online on December 21, 2020 as follows. Click here for details．
Schedule: Dec 21, 2020(Mon), 15:00-16:00
Sponsor: IEEE Sapporo Section
Co-sponsored: IEEE Sapporo Section WIE, IEEE Hokkaido University Student Branch
On November 7, the following four branches co-sponsored a student networking event after the regular sessions of the 2020 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers.
It was the first time to hold it online, and there were as many as 50 participants. A total of 6 people from 4 universities, Hokkaido University, Kitami Institute of Technology, Muroran Institute of Technology, and Hokkaido University of Science presented their activities and laboratory lives.
Chair Kawabata moderated, and Treasurer Yasugi gave a presentation, introducing the activities of IEEE and IEEE SB, and explaining the conditions and methods for establishing SB. We also asked the presenters to make 1-2 questions (quizzes) and asked the participants to answer them using the Google Form. Quizzes were interesting and some of them were news to most attendees. We believe that the participants enjoyed these quiz sessions. The top 10 people who answered the quiz correctly were presented with a mug with the IEEE Sapporo Section logo as a novelty. Through presentations and quizzes, I was able to learn about the research lives of students from other universities and laboratories, which was a good experience.
Hokkaido University SB participated in the ceremony for the establishment of the IEEE Muroran Institute of Technology SB held on Aug 2 at Muroran Institute of Technology. The IEEE Muroran Institute of Technology SB was officially established on Mar 13. Before this establishment, only one SB exists in Hokkaido, Hokkaido University SB. I hope that this SB establishment contributes in-depth knowledge exchange and valuable networking among SBs in Hokkaido.
At the ceremony, SB activities and student research topics were presented by both SBs. Also, a special lecture entitled “Privacy and Trust Issues in Vehicular Networks” was given by Prof. Priyadarsi Nanda of University of Technology Sydney. At the end of the ceremony, a special cake commemorating the establishment appeared in a surprise. A cake-cutting ceremony was performed by Counselors and Chairs of both SBs, and IEEE Sapporo Section Chair. Everyone ate the cake deliciously. After the ceremony, a networking meeting was held to deepen exchange.
Mr. Takanashi and Mr. Kawabata participated in IEEE SBLTW 2019 held at Waseda University on May 25 (Sat)-May 26 (Sun) as representatives of Hokkaido University Student Branch.
On the 25th, we started with a self-introduction and reported the activities of each SB in a poster session format. Since each university is unique in its activities, we were able to exchange meaningful opinions with each other. At the welcome reception, student activities committee members and students from each branch exchanged information about not only student branch activities but also research topics frankly.
On the 26th, we had a group discussion under a theme specified by Waseda University SB. IEEE Quiz deepened our understanding of IEEE. The group discussion was a valuable chance to discuss with other university students. Before discussions, we enjoyed “Ogiri” conducted by Waseda University SB. Thanks to Waseda University SB, whose members conducted this workshop with formal, casual, and enjoyable styles, we had a good two days.
A student exchange meeting sponsored by IEICE/IEEE HU student branch was held on Oct 27 in Hokkaido University. This was a part of 2018 Joint Convention Record, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers. A total of four people from three universities; Hokkaido University, Muroran Institute of Technology, Kitami Institute of Technology presented such as their research topics, and the activity of their academic society.
Our Branch presided at the meeting. Chair Yamada moderated, and Takanashi of Master’s 1st year reported the activity of IEEE Student Branch and presented the merit of developing branches, as IEEE SB at Hokkaido University.
That was a good experience of acquiring knowledge about regular research lives of each university and field, through some sessions.