Working with IEEE Ethics

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As part of the IEEE World Language Initiative and in collaboration with the IEEE R8 PEA Committee, we are pleased to host the first session in “Arabic Language” Working with IEEE Ethics. 

On 26/08/2021 at 11 AM 

Registration link: https://forms.gle/dTtq7bEAeCf3vLeY8

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كجزء من مبادرة IEEE لللغة العالمية  وبالتعاون مع لجنة IEEE R8 PEA ، يسعدنا استضافة الجلسة الأولى بـ"اللغة العربية" بالعمل مع أخلاقيات IEEE.

بتاريخ 26/08/2021 الساعة 11 صباحًا

رابط التسجيل: https://forms.gle/dTtq7bEAeCf3vLeY8

 



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  • Date: 26 Aug 2021
  • Time: 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
  • All times are Africa/Tunis
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  • Tunisia



  Speakers

Topic:

Working with IEEE Ethics

Biography:

Nizar Rokbani

Dr Nizar Rokbani is currently an Assist Prof. with the University of Sousse, Institute of Applied sciences and Technology of Sousse since 2011, he earned an Electrical Engineering degree from the National Engineering School of Tunis, ENIT, and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the National Engineering School of Sfax, ENIS. 

 


He is an IEEE Senior member; served in several volunteering positions in IEEE RAS, SMC and OES Tunisia Chapters, and used to be the treasurer of Tunisia section (2015-2016) and is serving as the chair of IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Tunisia Chapter (2015-2017), received the 2016 R8 Chapter of Year Award, and 2017′ RAS Chapter of the Year Award and the 2019 R8 Chapter of Year Award as well as the prestigious IEEE EAB award for pre-university education in 2019.
He is also very active in promoting open hardware for robotics with the open-hardware Community since 2011, and has arranged more than 100 workshops & tutorials at the university level in collaboration IEEE RAS Tunisia Chapter. Dr Rokbani is leading an experimental educational program promoting STEM education in Tunisia Primary schools, the IEEE Robotics for Equality & democracy, R4E&D, based on IEEE Try Engineering resources & the TISP program; R4E&D is powered by an IEEE Hac support form 2018-2020.
His research interests include applications of Artificial intelligence techniques such as Swarm intelligence, computational intelligence, fuzzy logic, evolutionary algorithms to robotic systems and industrial processes. He served in several national and international conferences including IEEE ICBR, AMTM, HIS, IAS, SOCPAR, ICCAD





Agenda

11h.30 Session opening: Mr Feres ben romdhane & Rama Hermi

 

11.35-12.15: "Working with IEEE ethics" by Dr Nizar Rokbani

 

12.15-12.30: Debate about IEEE Ethics & Volunteering

 

12.30: Closing