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The Conference is over!!!

NIGERCON 2013 in Pictures!!

OPENING CEREMONY & PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE

includes Technical Programs, Exhibitions, Tea breaks, lunch, etc

New! TRAVEL GUIDE

NIGERCON 2013 HIGHLIGHTS

DAY 1 - click for details

Teacher In-Service Program (TISP) event

Some of the 42 Teachers from about 15 Private & Public schools from 4 different States (IMO, EBONYI, RIVERS and ANAMBRA) who participated

Welcome to NIGERCON 2013

 

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IEEE Nigeria section's dream of hosting an international conference was fulfilled in the successful hosting of NIGERCON2010 in the capital city of Abuja. The conference was well attended and featured several technical and industry tracks, workshops and exhibition. as well as showcased several top academic and industry speakers.

NIGERCON2013 is here again!

IEEE NIGERCON2013 will be held in the vibrant city of Owerri in Imo State of Nigeria from 14th to 16th November, 2013.

Once again, this conference is determined to provide an international platform for the exchange of relevant technologies directed at providing enabling atmosphere for the creation of technology for development. Opportunities will be presented for the exchange of experience in the practical application of information and communication technology as well as power engineering in the direction that can produce sustainable development.

Welcome to Owerri, the Heartland and entertainment capital of Nigeria!

Imo State is one of the seven states created by the Federal Military Government on February 3,1976 during the General Murtala Muhammed regime. It is regarded as the Brain Box of the Nation with Owerri as its capital and largest city.

 

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