The Vietnamese Association for Computing, Engineering Technology and Science (VACETS) continues its series of annual technical conferences - this year, with the 1997 VACETS Technical International Conference (VTIC'97) organized at the San Jose State University in San Jose, California, USA.
This year conference, with the theme "Key Technologies for the Year 2000," will focus on advances in 1997 pacing technologies that are believed to become key technologies in the year 2000. The conference also provides an opportunity for presenting the contributions of Vietnamese engineers and scientists living around the world, for exchanging ideas and information, and for fostering professional friendship and business partnership among VTIC participants.
Time And LocationJuly 17-19, 1997
San Jose State University
San Jose, California, USA
San Jose is the eleventh largest metropolitan area in the United States. The city is located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the hot bed of innovation and home to high-tech powerhouses such as Intel, Hewlett Packard, Amdahl, Apple, Tandem, Netscape, Adobe, etc. San Jose and the Bay Area in general, are also the home of largest Vietnamese community living abroad with a large pool of electronics and computer-related scientists and professionals.
Judge Phan Quang Tue (U.S. Immigration Court)
Nguyen Huu Xuong, Ph.D. (UC San Diego)
Nguyen Xuan Vinh, Ph.D. (Michigan State U.)
Nguyen Manh Tien, Ph.D. (Aerospace Inc.)
Nguyen Manh Hung, Ph.D. (George Mason U.)
Nguyen Charles Cuong, Ph.D. (American Catholic U.)
Ngo Dinh Thinh, Ph.D. (Sacramento CSU)
Lee, Peter, Ph.D. (San Jose CSU)
Le Trong Thuy, Ph.D. (UC San Diego)
Kuei-Wu, Tsai (San Jose CSU)
Hoang Bich Lien (M.I.T.)
Ha Thuc Tri, Ph.D. (US Naval Post Graduate School)
Chen, Ray, Ph.D. (San Jose State U.)
Bui Xuan Tung, Ph.D. (US Naval Post Graduate School)
INFORMATIONSend general requests for information to:
c/o Prof. Cao Huu Tri
Dept. of EE, San Jose State University
1 Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0084
TRAVEL & HOTEL INFORMATIONMost major airlines have direct flights to San Jose International Airport. Alternatively, San Francisco International Airport is about 40-minute drive north of San Jose. Many hotels are conveniently located within the vicinity of San Jose State University. Holiday Inn Park Center Plaza (408.998.0400) offers a special discount rate of 35% for VTIC participants. Mention San Jose State University/VACETS conference when booking your room. Other hotel information can be found at http://www.vacets.org/vtic97 or http://www.sanjose.org.
LOCAL ATTRACTIONSSan Jose is located midway between San Francisco and the Monterey/Carmel area. San Jose has topped the list of safest big cities in the U.S. and has been ranked as the fifth best place to live in America by Money Magazine. San Francisco, to the North, is known as the most popular tourist destination and Monterey/Carmel for its sunny beaches and mountains. Major attractions include Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, Paramount's Great America Theme Park, Santa Cruz Boardwalk, Children's Discovery Museum, Intel Museum, The Tech Museum of Innovation, Youth Science Institute, Monterey Aquarium, etc., just to name a few. Visit http://www.sanjose.org for more information.
Includes all seminars, keynote addresses, and workshops for the day
Includes all seminars, workshops, and keynote addresses for the duration of the conference
The cost of the banquet is $25 per seat.
Please make your payment to VACETS-VTIC in check or money order in $US and send it to the address shown above.
Online registration is available at http://www.vacets.org/vtic97.
Day 2 - Friday 07/18/97
Day 3 - Saturday 07/19/97