WASABI Programming Camp in Japan – Pre-Workshop

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This is a project based programming camp—kindly supported by Keio University and SAKURA Science—to develop a collaborative learning environment used for our future program. Students will stay in Japan (Keio University) for one week and learn advanced Web technology (including HTML5, CSS, and WebRTC) as well as Agile and continuous development through lectures and hands-on sessions, and also experience the international OSS development project working jointly with students participating from partner universities in ASEAN countries.

 

Target and Capacity

This program is for both undergraduate and graduate students. The expected number of recruited students is 20 (in total). All participants are required to have basic HTML and JavaScript development skills.

 

Language Requirement

All Lectures will be provided in English. No Japanese skill is required. Participants should be at least able to carry conversations in English.

 

How to Join

There are 3 ways to join this programming camp. (Total expected number of recruited students: 20)

1. For those who have never been to Japan. (Total expected number of recruited students: 10)

Join the remote based Pre-Workshop, complete all assignments and pass the screening examination. You will receive a scholarship that covers the airfare and accommodation expenses.

2. For those who have been to Japan before. (Total expected number of recruited students: 10)

Join the remote based Pre-Workshop, complete all assignments and pass the screening examination. You must cover all costs with your own funds.

3. This camp will be partially opened for remote participants. The program and venue for the remote participants will be announced soon (after we close the application).

 

 

Deadline

Registrations are closed! Thank you for your interest!

 

Details of the remote based Pre-Workshop

October 8 (Wed.) 18:30-20:30JST

#1 WASABI introduction and WebRTC

Refresh of the past WASABI Workshop

 

October 9 (Thu.) 18:30-20:30JST

#2 Responsive Design

Refresh of the past WASABI Workshop

 

October 14 (Tue.) 18:30-20:30JST

#3 Web App Testings

How to test web applications: behavior and UI

 

October 16 (Thu.) 18:30-20:30JST

#4 Web App Performance

How to design web app for performance, including adapting to different devices

 

NOTE:

1. If you have joined the past WASABI Web Development Workshop (February 25 – March 7, 2014), October 8 and 9 will be a refresh of the workshop. Thus, your participation is optional.

2. All participants are required to join the Pre-Workshop held at October 14 and 16, and complete all assignments.

3. The details of the screening examination will be announced at the class.

 

Details of the Programming Camp in Japan

December 6 (Sat.) – Arrive in Japan, Orientation

December 7 (Sun.) – Lecture: Web Technology/Practice: Web App Development (basic)

December 8 (Mon.) – Lecture: Multi Media/Practice: Web App Development (HTML5, CSS,

WebRTC)

December 9 (Tue.) – Lecture: Learning environment Architecture/Practice: Multi Media App

Development

December 10 (Wed.) – Lecture: Cloud Computing/Practice: Visiting IT company @ Tokyo

December 11 (Thu.) – Practice: International OSS Development

December 12 (Fri.) – Integration/Final Presentation

December 13 (Sat.) – Leave Japan

 

Contact

For further information about this program, please contact us at secretariat [at] soi.asia

 

Support

Keio University

SAKURA Science

SOI Asia 2013 Fall Cloud Computing Workshop

Cloud Computing Workshop

at SOI&AI3 Meeting Myanmar

 

On October 29th 2013, the last day of SOI&AI3 Meeting Myanmar, we held one day workshop about Cloud Computing at University of Computer Studies, Mandalay. Participants are mainly UCSM’s master students. About 20 students took lectures about Cloud Computing by Mr. Husni and built a private cloud using OpenNebula.

 

Information

[Date]

October 29th 2013

 

[Venue]

University of Computer Studies, Mandalay

 

[Participants]

About 20

 

[Theme]

Cloud Computing

 

[Time Schedule](LT)

08:30-10:00 Lecture 1

– Mr. Husni talked  what are cloud computing and virtual machines.

10:00-10:30 coffee break

10:30-12:00 Lecture 2

– Mr. Husni talked about virtual infrastructure manager and Open Nebula.

12:00-13:00 Lunch break

13:00- 14:00 Hunds-On Workshop

– Built a private cloud using Open Nebula.

World Water Day and Earth Day 2014

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UNESCO’S Water Day and Earth Day – March 24, 2014

UNESCO Office Jakarta in collaboration with Indonesian National Commission for UNESCO, Indonesia Water Institute and University of Indonesia, Indonesia Institute of Science and Ministry Public works is organizing seminar on Celebration of World Water Day and Earth Day – Green Cities: Balancing People and Planet. A panel discussion will bring together Asian specialists to reflect on water issues, with participation from several universities in the Asia-Pacific region.

About the event

Date : 24 April 2014
Time : 08:00 – 13:00 (GMT +7:00)
Venue : Building D, 3rd Floor, Ministry of Education and Culture, Jakarta

How to join

Live Streaming – SOI Asia will support the broadcast live this event for remote audiences.
The webstreaming will be available on the 24th of April and details will be confirmed soon.

Video Conference – You can also join through video conference facility. Please contact Mrs. Piska Aprilia, at UNESCO Jakarta Office. More details available at http://www.connect-asia.org/ca-event/136-wwd-ed2014

For more details about the Water Day and Earth Day 2014, program and schedule, please access the link below:
http://www.connect-asia.org/ca-event/136-wwd-ed2014

AI3 & SOI Asia Meeting Spring 2014 – Access and Contacts

HOW TO GET TO KEIO UNIVERSITY – HIYOSHI CAMPUS

Keio University’s Hiyoshi Campus is located in the city of Yokohama, in the south of Tokyo. The closest train station is Hiyoshi station and it is served by two train lines (Toyoko Line and Meguro Line) and one subway line (Yokohama Municipal Subway – Green Line). It is less than 20-min distant from some major stations in the Tokyo metropolitan Area:

Yokohama station: about 12 minutes

Shibuya station: about 19 minutes

Meguro station: about 20 minutes

(from Tokyo station: about 40 minutes, from Shinjuku station: about 35 minutes) 

 

Address: 4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 223-8521 – Japan
Hiyoshi station (Toyoko Line/Meguro Line/Green Line)

 

STAY

We would recommend all participants to stay at Keio’s Seminar Guest Rooms, located in the Collaboration Complex (Kyoseikan), in Hiyoshi Campus. This facility is located inside the campus, 1-min from Hiyoshi station.

 

ROOM RATES AND AMMENITIES

Single room: 4,000 yens/night

Twin room: 7,000 yens/night

 

Each room is equipped with: Internet (LAN port only, please bring a cable), bathrobe, refrigerato, glass, mug, electric kettle, flash light, soap, shampoo, rinse, toothbrush and toothpaste, toothbrush cup, bath towel, face towel, and dust box.

For more details about Keio’s Seminar Guest Rooms, please access the website:

http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/keio_student/short_prog/leadership/kyoseikan.html

 

BOOKING A ROOM

The committee will be in charge of the reservations. If you have any questions, please contact us.

 

CONTACTS

Mr. Tetsuya Hayashi or Mr. Marcos Sadao Maekawa (Keio University, SOI Asia): secretariat@soi.asia 

 

 

AI3 & SOI Asia Meeting Spring 2014- Program

PROGRAM

This meeting will be held in 3 days in different venues in Hiyoshi Campus, in Yokohama. The last day will be held in Mita Campus, in the heart of Tokyo. Please check the schedule below (tentative).

 

DAY 1 – May 21 (Wed)
Venue: HIYOSHI Campus
Room: Raiousha 2F (Middle Meeting Room) 

13:00-17:00 Operation meeting

 

DAY 2 – May 22 (Thu)
Venue: HIYOSHI Campus
Room: Collaboration Complex, 5F (KBS Large Meeting Room)

9:30-12:00 Site report, talk slots from industry

13:30-17:00 Research presentations, Working Groups

19:00- Dinner

 

DAY 3 – May 23 (Fri)
Venue: MITA Campus
Room: Higashi-kan, 4F (Seminar Room) 

9:30-12:00 Directors meeting

13:30-16:00 Directors meeting

AI3 & SOI Asia Meeting Spring 2014- About Visa

ABOUT VISA

 

Japan requires visa for many countries in Asia. We strongly reccomend you to confirm with the closest Consulate of Japan and check which are the required documents for single short-term stay visa.

We will be able to provide invitation letter for any of the registered participants.

 

You can also find information in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan website.

http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/index.html

 

Some countries have been exempted of visa for short-term stay

http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/short/novisa.html#list

AI3 & SOI ASIA MEETING @ Yokohama, Japan- SPRING 2014

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SOI & AI3 Meeting Spring 2014, Yokohama, Japan

This Spring, from May 21 to 23, the joint bi-annual meeting with will be hosted by Keio University at Hiyoshi Campus, located at the city of Yokohama, Japan. Representatives from all partners will gather for 3 days to share information and discuss the directions for both projects. More details will be updated in this page.

We kindly ask all participants to fill in the registration form (or access the URL:http://www.soi.asia/soi-asia-meeting-2014/registration).

 

PROGRAM

This meeting will be held in 3 days in different venues in Hiyoshi Campus, in Yokohama. The last day will be held in Mita Campus, in the heart of Tokyo. Please check the schedule below (tentative).

DAY 1 – May 21 (Wed)
Venue: HIYOSHI Campus
Room: Raiousha 2F (Middle Meeting Room) 

 

12:30 Meet at Collaboration Complex, 2F (elevator hall)

 

12:30 – 13:00 Registration

 

13:00 – 14:30 Operation Task Force

 

14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break

 

15:00 – 16:30 Site Update

 

16:30 – 17:30 HIYOSHI Campus tour

 

18:00 – Optional Dinner (Sushi)

 

 

DAY 2 – May 22 (Thu)
Venue: HIYOSHI Campus
Room: Collaboration Complex, 5F (KBS Large Meeting Room)

 

09:30 – 10:00 Registration

 

10:00 – 12:00 Research Presentation

 

      10:00 – 10:30 Rizal Muhammad Nur (Institut Teknologi Bandung)

 

  10:30 – 11:00 Kotaro Kataoka (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)

 

  11:00 – 11:30 Myunes Shareef (Keio University)

 

      11:30 – 12:00 Hiromi Uwabo (Keio University)

 

 

 

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch

 

13:00 – 13:30 Welcome Speech (Prof. Keiko Okawa)

 

     Opening Speech (Prof. Jun Murai)

 

 

 

13:30 – 13:45 Photo Session (Collaboration Complex entrance)

 

13:45 – 15:30 SOI-Asia Academic Steering Meeting

 

15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break

 

16:00 – 18:00 Partners Presentation

 

     16:00 – 16:30 NTT Data

 

      16:30 – 17:00 Weathernews

 

      17:00 – 17:30 YAMAHA

 

      17:30 – 18:00 JSAT

 

18:30 – Welcome Dinner at Raiousha

 

 

 

DAY 3- May 23 (Fri)
Venue: MITA Campus
Room: Higashi-kan, 4F (Seminar Room)

 

 

09:00 Meet at Collaboration Complex, 2F (elevator hall)

 

09:00 – 10:00 Move to Mita Campus

 

10:00 – 11:30 AI3 and SOI Asia Directors meeting

 

11:30 – 13:30 Lunch (12:30-13:00 Prayer Time)

 

13:30 – 15:00 AI3 and SOI Asia Directors meeting

 

15:00 – Optional Tour (TBD)

 

 

ABOUT VISA

Japan requires visa for many countries in Asia. We strongly reccomend you to confirm with the closest Consulate of Japan and check which are the required documents for single short-term stay visa.

We will be able to provide invitation letter for any of the registered participants.

You can also find information in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan website.

http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/index.html

Some countries have been exempted of visa for short-term stay

http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/short/novisa.html#list

 

 

ACCESS & MAPS

Keio University’s Hiyoshi Campus is located in the city of Yokohama, in the south of Tokyo. The closest train station is Hiyoshi station and it is served by two train lines (Toyoko Line and Meguro Line) and one subway line (Yokohama Municipal Subway – Green Line). It is less than 20-min distant from some major stations in the Tokyo metropolitan Area:

Yokohama station: about 12 minutes

Shibuya station: about 19 minutes

Meguro station: about 20 minutes

(from Tokyo station: about 40 minutes, from Shinjuku station: about 35 minutes) 

 

HIYOSHI CAMPUS (MAP http://www.keio.ac.jp/en/maps/hiyoshi.html)
Address: 4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 223-8521 – Japan
Hiyoshi station (Toyoko Line/Meguro Line/Green Line)

 

MITA CAMPUS (MAP http://www.keio.ac.jp/en/maps/mita.html)
Address: 2-15-45 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8345 – Japan
Mita station (Subway Mita line, Asakusa line)
Tamachi station (JR Yamanote line, JR Keihin Tohoku Line)

 

STAY

We would recommend all participants to stay at Keio’s Seminar Guest Rooms, located in the Collaboration Complex (Kyoseikan), in Hiyoshi Campus. This facility is located inside the campus, 1-min from Hiyoshi station.

 

ROOM RATES AND AMMENITIES

Single room: 4,000 yens/night

Twin room: 7,000 yens/night

Each room is equipped with: Internet (LAN port only, please bring a cable), bathrobe, refrigerato, glass, mug, electric kettle, flash light, soap, shampoo, rinse, toothbrush and toothpaste, toothbrush cup, bath towel, face towel, and dust box.

For more details about Keio’s Seminar Guest Rooms, please access the website:

http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/keio_student/short_prog/leadership/kyoseikan.html

 

BOOKING A ROOM

The committee will be in charge of the reservations. If you have any questions, please contact us. Payments must be handled directly to the organizing committee (Dr. Husni).

OTHER HOTELS

If you want to enjoy Tokyo or Yokohama, you can find a wide variety of hotels within a 30-minute train ride from Keio’s Hiyoshi Campus.

• RICHMOND HOTEL (Musashi-Kosugi station, 2 stops from Hiyoshi)  http://richmondhotel.jp/en/musashikosugi/

• CERULIAN TOWER TOKYU HOTEL (Shibuya station, 19 minutes from Hiyoshi)  http://www.ceruleantower-hotel.com/en/

• SHERATON MIYAKO HOTEL TOKYO (Shirokanedai station, 24 minutes from Hiyoshi) http://www.miyakohotels.ne.jp/tokyo/english/index.html/

• YOKOHAMA BAY SHERATON HOTEL (Yokohama station, 15 minutes from Hiyoshi)

* We kindly ask you to inform in which hotel you are going to stay during the meeting.

 

 

CONTACTS

If you need any assistance, please contact Mr. Tetsuya Hayashi (Keio University) or Mr. Datu (ITB): meeting2014-s@lists.soi.asia

 

SITE UPDATE

USM

UNHAS

UCSY

UCSM

ITC

ITB

BUET

UB

UNTL

 

RESEARCH PRESENTATION

Mr. Rizal Muhammad NurUNHAS

Mr. Myunes Shareef

Mr. Kotaro Kataoka

Ms. Hiromi Uwabo

 

PARTNERS PRESENTATION

NTT Data

Weathernews

YAMAHA

JSAT

*if you want presentation materials, please contact Mr. Tetsuya Hayashi (Keio University) or Mr. Datu (ITB): meeting2014-s@lists.soi.asia

 

MEETING LOG

Director’s Meeting

Operation Meeting

 

UNESCO-APAN MasterClass – January 23, 2014

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UNESCO-APAN MasterClass – January 23, 2014

UNESCO Office Jakarta, through the CONNECT Asia network, is organizing a MasterClass on Network-enabled Collaboration on Water Related Disasters and Water Security as part of the 37th APAN Meeting which will be held in Bandung, Indonesia. This initiative is a partnership with the APAN (Asia Pacific Advanced Network) and the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), and it is an initial endeavour to promote network-enabled collaboration in the use of advanced methods in flood management and water security to water scientists, network engineers, policy makers and students in the region.

 

About the MasterClass

Date: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Time: 8:30 – 18:00 (Jakarta Time)

Members: Shahbaz Khan (UNESCO) (chair), George McLaughlin (APAN rep for CONNECT-Asia)
Chris Elvidge (APAN coordinator with APAN EM, RS and AG WGs), Piska Aprila (UNESCO), Keiko Okawa (SOI), Basuki Suhardiman (ITB)

Target Audience: Scientists, Network Engineers, Students and Policy Makers who have an interest or involvement in flood mitigation, water security and the development relevant strategies

 

How to join

SOI Asia will broadcast live this UNESCO-APAN Masterclass for remote audiences.
The webstreaming will be available on the 23rd of January in SOI Asia’s Live lecture website.

For more details about the MasterClass, including the program, please download from the link below:
http://www.connect-asia.org/e-learning/MASTERCLASS%20Programme%20-%20060114.pdf

For the agenda and further information on the event, please visit:
http://www.apan.net/meetings/Bandung2014/Sessions/MC.php

SOI Asia & AI3 Meeting Fall 2013

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SOI & AI3 Meeting Fall 2013 @ UCSM, Myanmar

This fall, our joint meeting will be hosted by University os Computer Sciences, Mandalay (UCSM), in Myanmar.
Representatives from all partners will gather for 3 days to share information and discuss the directions for both projects.

Date: Oct 27 – 29, 2013

Venue: University of Computer Sciences Mandalay (UCSM), Myanmar

Please register your attendance at the registration page soon.
This page is protected. ID and password were previously informed by email.

For more details about visa to enter Myanmar, the program and hotel, visit the official website.
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.ucsm.edu.mm/

For inquires or any other questions, please contact us at the email address: meeting2013-f[at]soi[dot]asia

 

SITES UPDATE

USM

BUET

UCSM

UCSY

ITC