George Mason University, Virginia, U.S.A
The phenomenal change in the world today, particularly in the United States of America, has resulted, to a great extent, from the works of scientists and engineers, among them an increasing number coming from the Asian Pacific countries. Since 1975, Vietnamese immigrants have made significant contributions to the growth of science and technology in their adopted countries all over the world. In recognition of their contributions, the Vietnamese Association for Computing, Engineering Technology, and Science (VACETS) which has over 850 professional members, will hold the Viet-Tech International Conference 1996 (VTIC'96) to highlight the major achievements of Vietnamese engineers and scientists and to promote cooperation and partnership between Asian Pacific and Western engineers and scientists to work on new ideas and developments in science and technology.
The objectives of VTIC'96 are to present major inventions and contributions of Vietnamese engineers and scientists living around the world; to provide an opportunity for exchanging ideas and information; and to foster professional friendship and business partnership among VTIC participants.
* Know more about VACETS, its members, and its activities.
* Be aware of the major inventions of Vietnamese engineers and scientists.
* Access to a pool of highly trained professionals.
* Network with other professionals and potential business partners.
* Interact with business CEO's.
July 1 - July 3, 1996
George Mason University
Fairfax, Virginia, USA
* Keynote addresses by business leaders, senior
government and elected officials.
* Daily track sessions discussing a wide range of topics - case studies, trends in technology, industry spotlights, and business management.
* Informative tutorials and workshops.
* Exhibit booths presenting important inventions.
* Demonstration of high-tech products.
An updated version of this announcement
is available via World Wide Web. The URL is:
Send general requests for information to:
P.O. Box 4168
McLean, VA 22103-4168
Voice/Fax: (703) 760-9198
Washington, D.C. and nearby areas are favorite destinations for tourists, with numerous museums, historic sights, and opportunities for shopping, etc. The Smithsonian Museums are located halfway between the U.S. Capitol Building and the White House, each in itself is worth a special trip. Tours of Washington and other attractions may be arranged with New World Travel at (800) 365-9165.
George Mason University is convenient to both
Washington National Airport and Dulles International Airport.
The early registration fee is $100.00
for VACETS member. To qualify for the early registration rate of $100.00,
full payment must be received before May 1st, 1996. The registration fee
includes admission to all invited talks, paper presentation sessions, exhibits,
and two dinner banquets.Registration fee after May 1, 1996 is $120.00.
Registration fee for non-VACETS member is $120.00
Dr. Viet-Dung Hoang
Thao M. Le
Dr. Thong Tran
Em H. Le, CPA
Dr. Tien M. Nguyen
Diem V. Nguyen
Prof. Thinh D. Ngo
Dr. Tue Nguyen
Prof. Tri T. Ha
Hung Q. Vu
Thao M. Le
Khai D. Le
Prof. Hung M. Nguyen
James T. Lap
Nga T. Le
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