6-8 February 2007Putrajaya International Convention Centre, Malaysia Programme Schedule                                   ...
Day I (6 February, 2007) 8.00 am – 10.30 am                                 Delegates Registration & Welcome Tea/Coffee 10...
Day II (7 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.30 am                                                Registration09.30 am - 11.00 a...
Day III (8 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.00 am                                                 Registration09:30am – 11:00a...
Day II (7 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.30 am                                                  Registration09.30am - 011.00...
Day III (8 February, 2007) 08.00 am – 09.30 am                                                    Registration 09.30 am - ...
Day II (7 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.30 am                                                 Registration09:30am – 11:00am...
Day III (8 February, 2007) 8.00 am – 9.30 am                                                   Registration 9.30 am - 11.0...
Day II (7 February, 2007)8.00 am – 9.30 am                                                    Registration09.30 am - 11.00...
Day III (8 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.00 am                                                     Registration09:30am – 11...
Day II (7 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.30 am                                                Registration09:30am – 11:00am ...
Day III (8 February, 2007) 08.00 am – 09.00 am                                                    Registration 09:30am – 1...
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  1. 1. 6-8 February 2007Putrajaya International Convention Centre, Malaysia Programme Schedule www.e-ASiA.org
  2. 2. Day I (6 February, 2007) 8.00 am – 10.30 am Delegates Registration & Welcome Tea/Coffee 10.00 am - 11.30 am Grand Inaugural Session Welcome Note Plenary Address: 10.00 am - 10.05 am 10.15am-10.30am Dr. M P Narayanan, President, Centre for Science, Walter Fust, Director General, Swiss Development and Media Studies (CSDMS), India Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Switzerland e-Asia the Vision 10.05 am - 10.15 am 10.30am-10.45am Ravi Gupta, Director, Centre for R. Chandrashekhar, Additional Science, Development and Media Secretary, Ministry of Communication, Studies (CSDMS), India and Information Technology, Government of India Ministerial Keynote Address: 11.00 am - 11.30 am 10.45am-11.00am Dato’ Sri Dr. Lim Keng Yaik, Hon’ble Vincent Quah, Director, Minister of Energy, Water and Public Sector Programs, Communications, Malaysia Microsoft Asia Pacific 11.30 am - 11.45 am Launch of International ‘Telecentre Magazine’ - a joint initiative of telecentre.org/IDRC, Canada & CSDMS, India Dato’ Sri Dr. Lim Keng Yaik, Hon’ble Minister of Energy, Water and Communications, Malaysia Akhtar A Badshah, Senior Director – Community Affairs, Microsoft, USA Walter Fust, Director General, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Switzerland Richard Fuchs, Regional Director–Southeast & East Asia, IDRC, Singapore Ravi Gupta, Director, CSDMS, India 11.45 am - 11.55 am Launch of ITU-UUM Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Rural ICT Development Dato’ Sri Dr. Lim Keng Yaik, Hon’ble Minister of Energy, Water and Communications, Malaysia Dato’ Dr. Nordin Kardi, Vice Chancellor, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Malaysia Perdana 11.55 am - 12.00 pm Vote of thanks 12.00 pm - 12.30 pm Official Inauguration of eASiA 2007 Exhibition Dato’ Sri Dr. Lim Keng Yaik, Hon’ble Minister of Energy, Water and Communications, Malaysia 12.30 pm - 2.00 pm Networking Lunch & Exhibition Time 2.00pm-3.30pm Malaysian ICT Vision Session: My ICMS 886 Rubaiah Hashim, Under Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Water and Communications, Malaysia Zamani Zakaria, General Manager, Directorate of My ICMS 886, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, Malaysia Nor Akmar Shah Minan, Manager, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, Malaysia 3.30 pm – 4.00 pm Tea/Coffee Break 4.00pm-6.00pm Global Knowledge Partnership (GKP) International Panel on Multi-stakeholder Partnerships: Emerging People, Emerging Markets, Emerging Technologies Chair : Walter Fust, Director General, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Switzerland Panelists Akhtar A Badshah, Senior Director – Community Affairs, Microsoft, USA Aruna Sundararajan, CEO, Common Service Centres Initiative, Government of India, India Clotilde Fonseca, Executive Director, Omar Dengo Foundation, Costa Rica Gianluca Misuraca, Executive Director, Executive Master in e-Governance, EPFL, Switzerland Klaus Stoll, President, Fundacion ChasquiNet, Ecuador Michael Gurstein, Community Informatics Research Network, Training & Development, Canada Sundaresan Hariharan, Friday Solutions, India 6.00pm-8.00pm Exhibitor’s Reception & Networking Time 8.00 pm - 10.00pm Gala Dinner & Cultural Programme (by Tourism Malaysia)Programme Schedule | e-ASiA2007 1
  3. 3. Day II (7 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.30 am Registration09.30 am - 11.00 am Plenary- e-Governance: Vision for Asia Session Coordinator: Salman Malik, Senior Project Manager, Ministry of IT, Government of Pakistan Dr. Nor Aliah BT. Mohd Zahri, Deputy Director General (ICT), Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU), Malaysia R. Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India Barry Ridgway, Director, Microsoft Government Industry, Microsoft Asia Pacific Devindra Ramnarine, Adviser (Public Sector Informatics) Commonwealth Secretariat, UK11.00 am – 11.30 am Tea/Coffee Break11.30 am – 01.00 pm u-Korea Session Chair: Dr. Chang-Hak Choi, Director General, e-Government Presidential Committee, Republic of Korea Seok-Sang Rhu, Director, National Information Society Agency, Republic of Korea Dr. Chang-Hak Choi, Director General, ·e-Government Presidential Committee, Republic of Korea Young-Sik Kim, e-Government Advisor, Government of Nepal (Republic of Korea)01.00 pm - 02.30 pm Lunch Break Hall 0602:30pm - 04:00pm Emerging Technologies in e-Government Chair: Ashok Krishnan, Vice President, NISG, India Adi Tedjasaputra, RFID Asia, Singapore Hiroshi Mizuta, Virtual Enterprise Center, Japan James Whittred, Microsoft Asia Pacific Ashish Srivastava, Symentec Consulting, Singapore Danister De Almeida, Polycom, Australia Ashot Hovanesian, Synergy International Systems, USA04:00pm – 04:30pm Tea/Coffee Break04:30pm – 06:00pm e-Government Initiatives in Philippines Chair: Dr. Elizabeth Manugue, Development Academy of Philippines Angelo Timoteo M. Diaz de Rivera, Commissioner for e-Government Development & Director General, National Computer Center, Commission of ICT, Philippines Hon. Governor Josefina Dela Cruz, Governor of Bulacan, Philippines Teresa Maria Camba, Director, National Computer Center, Philippines Roberto Carraubias, Chairman, Local Government Unit (Barangay), Phillippines www.egovonline.net2 e-ASiA2007 | Programme Schedule
  4. 4. Day III (8 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.00 am Registration09:30am – 11:00am e-Government Implementation in Asia-Challenges and Opportunities Chair: R. Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Communication, and Information Technology, Government of India Hall 06 San Ng, The Asia Foundation, USA Prof. V.K. Samaranayake, Chairman, ICT Agency (ICTA), Sri Lanka Dr. Rauf Abdul Ambali, Faculty of Administrative Science & Policy Studies, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia Munima Jahan, International Islamic University, Bangladesh11.00 am – 11.30 am Tea/Coffee Break Hall 06 Hall 0211.30 am – 01.00 pm Technology Framework for e-Government International Perspectives in e-Government Chair: Gianluca Musuraca, Ecole Ploytechnique Federale Chair: Ashis Sanyal, Senior Director, Ministry of de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland Communication and Information Technology, Government of India Michael Mudd, Computing Technology Industry Barry Ridgway, Government Industry, Microsoft Asia Association – CompTIA, Hong Kong, China Pacific James Whittred, Microsoft Asia Pacific Rouchouze Bruno, Eurosmart ID Working Group, Andreas Mossberg, International Organisation for Gemalto, France Knowledge Economy and Enterprise Development (IKED), Harsha Wijayawardhana, University of Colombo, Sri Sweden Lanka Dr. S.L. Sarnot, STQC, Department of IT, Government of Ahmad Darian, University of Tehran, Iran India Bimal Pratap Shah, National Information Technology Bindhumadhava, B.S., Centre for Development of Centre, Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, Advanced Computing, India Kathmandu, Nepal Dr. Mihyar Hesson, Al Ain University of Science and Technology, UAE01.00 pm – 02.00 pm Lunch02.00 pm –03.30 pm e-Government in Malaysia Initiatives in e-Government: Asian Experience Chair: Noorani Mohamed Ismail, Universiti Teknologi Chair: San Ng, The Asia Foundation, USA Mara, Malaysia Dr. Dhrupad Mathur, Diplo Foundation, Geneva Gayah Gulam Haider, Multimedia Development Corporation, Malaysia Devaka Punchihewa, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka S. Ratha Krishnan, eProcurement Unit, Ministry of Raymond Teo, Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, Singapore Finance, Malaysia Chola Pratapa Singh Chhetri, NTNC-ACAP, Nepal Hazman Shah Abdullah, Faculty of Administrative M. Prabhakara, Director of Treasuries, Government of Science & Policy Studies, UiTM, Malaysia Karnataka, India Hajah Rugaya Hj. Guy, Faculty of Administrative Science Ananthalaxmi, Centre for Development of Advanced and Policy Studies, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia Computing, India Mustafa Man, Department of Computer Science, College of Science and Technology, Malaysia Marhaini Mohd Noor, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia3.30 pm - 3.45 pm Tea/Coffee Break03:45pm – 05:15pm e-Services for Citizens Chair: Young-Sik Kim, e-Government Advisor, Government of Nepal (Republic of Korea) Hall 06 Prof. Rohani Jahja Widodo, MASDALI, Indonesia Ajay Adala, Chhattisgarh infotech & biotech Promotion Society, India L.P. Sharma, National Informatics Centre, India Senthil Kumar, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, India Rajinder Kumar Vij, Inspector General of Police, Government of Chattisgarh, India05.15 pm- 06.00 pm Valedictory Session Clotilde Fonseca, Executive Director, Omar Dengo Foundation, Costa Rica R. Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Communication, and Information Technology, Government of India Vincent Quah, Director, Public Sector Programs, Microsoft Asia Pacific Mark Surman, Director, Partnership and Innovation, telecentre.org, IDRC, Canada M P Narayanan, President, CSDMSProgramme Schedule | e-ASiA2007 3
  5. 5. Day II (7 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.30 am Registration09.30am - 011.00am ICT in education: Opportunities for Digital Asia Y. BHG. Dato’ Prof. Dr. Hassan Said, Director General, Department of Higher Education Management, Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia Dato’ HJ. Yusoff Bin Harun, Director, Education Technology Division, Ministry of Education, Malaysia Harry Kwa, Director, Education Industry, Microsoft Asia Pacific Johanna Liukkonen, Industry Marketing Manager, Nokia Corporation, Finland11.00am - 11.30am Tea/Coffee Break11.30am - 01.00pm ICT in Education: Theory and Practice Chair: Dato’ HJ. Yusoff Bin Harun, Director, Education Technology Division, Ministry of Education, Malaysia Agnes Ng Sook Fei, MIMOS, Malaysia Dr. Norrizan Razali, MDeC, Malaysia Dr. Ashish Garg, GeSCI, India Hall 07 Zainab Hussain Siddiqui, COMSATS, Pakistan Ayse Kok, Camp Rumi, Turkey01.00pm - 02.30pm Lunch Break02.30pm - 04.00pm e-Learning Practices for K-12 Education : Scaling Models, Managing Change Chair: Chan, Foong Mae, Principal Assistant Director, Education Technology Division, Ministry of Education, Malaysia Chew Mew Leng, National University of Singapore, Singapore Dr. Azian T. S. Abdullah, SEAMEO RECSAM, Malaysia Anju Visen-Singh, SMART Technologies, Canada Sonjib Mukharjee, Metalearn, India Col. K.J. Singh, Designmate, India Will Glennon, Global Classroom Connection, The Philippines04:00pm – 04:30pm Tea/Coffee Break04.30pm - 06.00pm Panel Discussion on ‘Digital Technologies for Development: Reassessing the Asian Experience’ by National University of Singapore (NUS) Moderator: Dr Milagros Rivera, National University of Singapore, Singapore Dr. T.T. Sreekumar, NUS Liew Halcyon, NUS Dr. Hichang Cho, NUS Dr. Sun Sun LIM, NUS www.digitalLEARNING.in4 e-ASiA2007 | Programme Schedule
  6. 6. Day III (8 February, 2007) 08.00 am – 09.30 am Registration 09.30 am - 11.00 am Educating the Educators and Collaborative Spaces for Teaching and Learning Chair: Dr. Basheerhamad Shadrach, IDRC, India Hall 07 Dr. Azizah Abd Manan, INTAN Management Technology Programme, Malaysia Vincent Quah, Public Sector Programs, Microsoft Asia Pacific Meghana Gaonkar, Centre for Environment Education, India Indrajit Bhattacharya, DOEACC Society, India Chong Yaut Lee, National University of Singapore, Singapore 11.00 am – 11.30 am Tea/Coffee Break 11.30 am – 01.00 pm Hall 07 Hall 01 Panel discussion on ‘Optimising the Potential of Content Development, Learning Systems and e-Learning in Higher Education’ Managing e-Learning Environments Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Posiah Mohd Isa, I-Learn Chair: Dr. Azian T.S. Abdullah, SEAMEO RECSAM, Centre, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia Malaysia Prof. Dr. Zuraini Wati M. Abas, Open University Malaysia Zanial Hasibun, Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia, Indonesia Prof. Rozhan M. Idrus, School of Distance Education, Capt. K.J.S. Brar, Designmate, India University Sians Malaysia Ahmed El-Sobky, Distance Learning Projects manager, David Asirvatahm, Multimedia Education & Application RITSEC, Egypt Department, Multimedia University, Malaysia David Wortly, Technocentre Conventry University Puma way, UK Alok Tiwari, Infosys Technology Ltd., India Dr. Normahdiah Sheik Said, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia 01.00 pm – 02.00 pm Lunch 02.00 pm - 03.30 pm Online Courses and Distance Education: Challenges Emerging Learning spaces and processes and Practices Moderator: Prof. Tan Sri Anuwar Ali, Open University Chair: Dr. Rajshekharan Pillai, IGNOU, India Malaysia Jaya Athinarayanan, Lecturer, Sunway University College, Dr. Suriya Myandi, Annamalai University, India Malaysia Paviter Singh, Humanities, Henderson Secondary Eunice Ratna Sari, Media Lab, University of Art and Design, School, Singapore Finland Chaminda Nalaka Wickramasinghe, University of Julia Sonnevend, Yale Law School, USA Leanlaniya, Sri Lanka Mohammah Mosakhani, University of Tehran, Iran Prof. Valery Meskov, Unesco Institute of Information Technologies in Education, Russia Faheem Hussain, Carnegie Mellon, USA Jayanthy Maniam, R&D Centre, Sunway University Vikrant Mahajan, Red R India, India College, Malaysia 03.30 pm - 03.45 pm Tea/Coffee Break 03.45 pm - 05.15 pm Research in ICT in Education Moderator: David Wortly, Technocentre Conventry University Puma way, UK Hall 07 Mohammed Zakaria, GoUF, Bangladesh Orrawin Mekpiroon, NECTEC, Thailand Saminda Premaratne, University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka Hanan Dagez, Computer Department and Libyan High Institute/ UNITAR, Malaysia 05.15 pm- 06.00 pm Valedictory Session Clotilde Fonseca, Executive Director, Omar Dengo Foundation, Costa Rica R. Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Communication, and Information Technology, Government of India Vincent Quah, Director, Public Sector Programs, Microsoft Asia Pacific Mark Surman, Director, Partnership and Innovation, telecentre.org, IDRC, Canada M P Narayanan, President, CSDMS *To be confirmedProgramme Schedule | e-ASiA2007 5
  7. 7. Day II (7 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.30 am Registration09:30am – 11:00am Building a Collective Vision for Telecentres Beyond Infrastructure Format: Plenary presentations Session Coordinator: Basheerhamad Shadrach (Shaddy), Sr. Programme Officer, telecentre.org/IDRC, India Y. Bhg. Dato’ Dr. Halim Man, Secretary General, Ministry of Energy, Water and Communications (KTAK), Govt. of Malaysia Rohit Kumar, Country Head, Public Sector, Microsoft India Gerolf Weigel, Head, ICT4D, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, Berne, Switzerland Mark Surman, Director, Partnership and Innovation, telecentre.org, Canada011:00 am– 11:30am Tea11:30 am – 01:00pm Holistic and Major Telecentre Initiatives at Country Level Chair: R. Chandrasekhar, Additional Secretary, DIT, Govt. of India Format: Panel Discussion Aruna Sundararajan, IL&FS/Government of India/ DIT, India Tarun Malik, Rural Computing and Public Sector Strategy, Microsoft India Dr. V.K. Samaranayake, Chairman, ICTA, Sri Lanka Norlidza Mohd. Yassin, Manager, MIMOS, Malaysia Tim Diaz de Rivera, Director General, National Computer Centre and Commission on Information and Communications Technology, Philippines Hall 08 Salman Malik, Programme Manager, Ministry of IT, Government of Pakistan Dr. Ananya Raihan, Development Research Network (D-Net), Bangladesh Allen Bailochan Tuladhar, FIT, Nepal01:00pm – 02:30pm Lunch02:30pm – 04:00pm telecentre.org Session – Telecentre University: Consultation with Asian Partners Facilitators: Dr. Basheerhamad Shadrach (Shaddy)/ Mark Surman Chair: Prof. V. N. Rajashekaran Pillai, IGNOU, India Format: Roundtable, Facilitated session Prof. Subbiah Arunachalam, MSSRF, India Marianna Posfai, 4CLI/CELK, Hungary Elisabeth Manugue, philCeCNet, Philippines Maria Teresa Camba, philCeCNet, Philippines Gaspar Matyas, European Union Telecottage Association (EUTA), Hungary Prof. V. K. Samaranayake, Chairman, ICTA/ Sarvodaya, Sri Lanka Zulfikar Mochamad Rachman, Indonesia Telecentre Network, Indonesia Ashis Sanyal, Senior Director, DIT, Government of India, India04:00pm – 04:30pm Tea Break Hall 08 Hall 0304.30 pm - 06.00 pm Policy Issues on Telecentres – South Asian Country Noise at the Last Mile: Smart Village, Sarvodaya Perspectives Session Coordinator: Prof. V.K. Samaranayake, Chair: Ashis Sanyal, Senior Director, DIT, Government of Chairman ICTA, Sri Lanka India, India Format: Paper presentation and CENWOR Video Bimal Pratap Shah, National Information Technology Presenters: Centre, Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, Dr. Harsha Liyanage, Fusion, Sarvodaya, Sri Lanka Kathmandu, Dr. Subarna Shakya, National Information Leelangi Wanasundara, Centre for Women’s Research, Technology Centre, Nepal Colombo, Sri Lanka Bibhusan Bista and Ashim, SAP Nepal, SAP International Harsha Wijewardane, University of Colombo School and Bellanet, Nepal of Computing, Colombo, Sri Lanka Dr. Ariz Ahammed, Assam Administrative Staff College, Ananya Raihan, Development Research Network Assam, India (D.Net), Dhaka, Bangladesh Shahid Uddin Akbar, KATALYST, Bangladesh Karunatissa Atukorala, University of Peradeniya, AMM Yahya, Sam Sahadat Hossain and Sultanur AHM Sri Lanka Reza, GrameenPhone, Bangladesh Priyanthi Daluwatte, V-V project, Sarvodaya, Sri Lanka Reema Nanavaty and Heena Patel, Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA), Gujarat, India6 e-ASiA2007 | Programme Schedule
  8. 8. Day III (8 February, 2007) 8.00 am – 9.30 am Registration 9.30 am - 11.00 am Telecentre Initiatives in Asia: Content and Services – Good Value Index Chair: Dr. Nalini Abraham, Plan International, India Speakers: Rudi Rusdiah, Association of Community Internet Centre/APWKomitel, Jakarta, Indonesia Riri Fitri Sari, University of Indonesia Prof. K. Subramanian, DDG (NIC) & IT Adviser to CAG of India, New Delhi, India Gautam Kumar, Development Consultant Pvt. Limited, Kolkata, India, Dr. Partha Debnath, Individual Consultant, India M.D. Ruhul, Dept. of CSE, S.U.S.T, Sylhet, Bangladesh Anil Kumar Balani, Director, Department of Information Technology, Govt. of India, India Hall 08 11:00am – 11:30am Tea 11:30am – 01.00pm What do Telecentres Serve? Strengthening Cross-Cultural Learnings Chair: Ashok Krishnan, Vice President, NISG, India Speakers: Suhaidi Hassan, Faculty of IT, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Malaysia Ouedraogo Sylvestre, Yam Pukri, Burkina Faso Roger Harris, Roger Harris Associates, Hong Kong, K. Yogeesvaran (Economic Planning Unit) and Lee Laura, Programme Associate (UNDP), Malaysia Johanna Liukkonen, Nokia Corporation, Finland Arief, Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia, Indonesia Rwakyera James, RICNET (KRC), Uganda Sherif El Tokali, ICT4D Specialist, UNDP, Egypt 01:00pm –02:00pm Lunch Hall 08 Hall 03 02.30pm - 03.30 pm Case Studies Convening, Networking and Collaborating for Speakers: Knowledge Sharing - Joint session of Bellanet and telecentre.org G.V. Ramaraju, Media Lab Asia, India and Prof. P. Krishna Session Facilitator: Shikha Shrestha, Bellanet Asia, Reddy, IIIT Hyderabad, India Nepal T.K.Omana, RASTA (Rural Agency for Social and Format: Speed Geek and Open Space Technology Technological Advancement), Wayanad, Kerala, India Michael Roberts, Bellanet Secretariat, Canada Sheau Cheng, eHomemakers, KL, Malaysia Mark Surman, telecentre.org, Canada John Tarawe, e-Bario Sdn Bhd, Malaysia and Roger Dr. Ananya Raihan, Development Research Network Harris, Roger Harris Associates, Hong Kong (D.Net), Dhaka K. V. Satyamurthy, E. N. Gururajan, Vyakul Technology Maria Teresa Camba and Dr. Elisabeth Manugue, Solutions Private Limited, Bangalore, India philCeCNet, Philippines Dakshinamoorthy, Warisan Global, Malaysia Basheerhamad Shadrach (Shaddy), telecentre.org (end remarks and role of telecentre.org in supporting Asia’s networking activities) 03:30pm – 03:45pm Tea Break 03:45pm – 05:15pm telecentre.org Session-telecentre 2.0: Mapping the Future of the Telecentre Movement Hall 08 Session Facilitators: Mark Surman/ Basheerhamad Shadrach (Shaddy), telecentre.org Format: Highly interactive visioning session-all participants 5.15 pm- 06.00 pm Valedictory Session Clotilde Fonseca, Executive Director, Omar Dengo Foundation, Costa Rica R. Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Communication, and Information Technology, Government of India Vincent Quah, Director, Public Sector Programs, Microsoft Asia Pacific Mark Surman, Director, Partnership and Innovation, telecentre.org, IDRC, Canada M P Narayanan, President, CSDMSProgramme Schedule | e-ASiA2007 7
  9. 9. Day II (7 February, 2007)8.00 am – 9.30 am Registration09.30 am - 11.00 am ICT Integration in National Health Policy Dato’ Dr. Hj. Mohd Nasir B. Mohd Ashraf, Secretary General, Ministry of Health, Malaysia Gabe Rijpma, Director, Health and Human Services Industry, Microsoft Asia Pacific Michael Clarke, Director, IDRC, Canada Frank Lievens, Board Member, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth, Belgium11:00am – 11:30am Tea11:30am – 01:00pm Health Informatics Standards Chair: Dr. Basheerahmad Shadrach, IDRC, telecentre.org Programme, India Dr. S. Selvaraju, Ministry of Health, Government of Malaysia Prof. Yun Sik Kwak, ISO T/C 215 Health Informatics Standards, Korea Bruno von Niman, TC Human Factors, European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI), Sweden Klaus D. Veil, HL7 Healthcare Standards, Australia Qurat-ul-Ain Salim Khan, National University of Sciences & Technology, Pakistan1:00pm – 2:30pm Lunch Hall 0902:30pm – 04.00pm ICT Capacity Building for e-Health Implementation Chair: Frank Lievens, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth, Belgium Datuk Dr. Teoh Siang Chin, Malaysia Medical Association, Malaysia Dr. H.M. Goh, WG2, Asia Pacific Association of Medical Informatics (APAMI), Malaysia Eva Tanner, DiploFoundation, Switzerland N. Parasuraman Nagappan, M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, India04:00pm – 04:30pm Tea04:30pm – 06:00pm e-Health Applications in Asia Chair: Dr. H.M. Goh, WG2, Asia Pacific Association of Medical Informatics (APAMI), Malaysia Dr. Azrin Zubir, Meridian Project Management Sdn Bhd, Malaysia Dr. Shashi Gogia, Indian Association for Medical Informatics (IAMI), India Jay M. Bernhardt, National Center for Health Marketing, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA Santulan Chaubey, Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, India www.ehealthonlie.org8 e-ASiA2007 | Programme Schedule
  10. 10. Day III (8 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.00 am Registration09:30am – 11:00am Health IT Initiatives: Country Case Studies Dato’ Jai Mohan, Malaysian Health Informatics Association, Malaysia Dr. Molly Cheah, OSHCA (Open Source Health Care Alliance), Malaysia Jagjit Singh Bhatia, Center for Development of Advanced Computing, India Dr. J.A. Davis, GP Assist, Australia Dr. Penelope O’Hara, BT Health, United Kingdom Dr. Alvin Marcelo, National Telehealth Centre, Philippines11.00 am – 11.30 am Tea/Coffee Break11.00 am - 01. 00 pm Technology Innovations in Health Service Delivery Chair: Dr. J.A. Davis, GP Assist, Australia Dr. Anis FUAD, Gajah Mada University, Indonesia Gabe Rijpma, Health and Human Services Industry, Microsoft Asia Pacific Sujay Deb, GSSST, IIT Kharagpur, India Khalil Kimiafar, Health and Para Medical Faculty, Medical Science University, Mashhad, Iran01.00 pm – 02.00 pm Lunch02.00pm - 03.30 pm Service Delivery Mechanisms for e-Health Chair: Dr. Anis FUAD, Gajah Mada University, Indonesia Dr. Ahmad Taufik, Hospital UKM, Malaysia Sapiah Binti Sulaiman, Faculty of Computer Science & Information Systems, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia Hall 09 Dr. Zaitun Abu Baker, University of Malaya, Malaysia Jibananda Roy, Inspiration, Institute for Planning Innovative Research, Kolkata, India Toms K. Thomas, Evangelical Social Action Forun (ESAF), India3.30 pm - 03.45 pm Tea/Coffee Break03.45pm - 05.15 pm Opportunities & Challenges of e-Health Adoption Chair: Dr. Penelope O’Hara, BT Health, United Kingdom Brenda Zulu, Highway Africa News Agency (HANA), Zambia Melinda G. Frost, Global Communication & Marketing, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA Ramin Moghaddam, Medical Informatics Department, Tehran, Iran Rakesh Biswas, Melaka Manipal Medical College, Malaysia Jayanthy Manian, ICT R&D Centre, Sunway University College, Malaysia05.15 pm- 06.00 pm Valedictory Session Clotilde Fonseca, Executive Director, Omar Dengo Foundation, Costa Rica R. Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Communication, and Information Technology, Government of India Vincent Quah, Director, Public Sector Programs, Microsoft Asia Pacific Mark Surman, Director, Partnership and Innovation, telecentre.org, IDRC, Canada M P Narayanan, President, CSDMSProgramme Schedule | e-ASiA2007 9
  11. 11. Day II (7 February, 2007)08.00 am – 09.30 am Registration09:30am – 11:00am Building a Collective Policy Vision for Mobile-based Services Format: Plenary Presentations Badlisham Gazali, CEO, MDeC Zamani Zakariah, Head, My ICMS 886 Directorate, MCMC, Malaysia Ashis Sanyal, Senior Director, Ministry of Communications and IT, Government of India Dr. Ananya Raihan, Executive Director, D-Net, Bangladesh11:00 am– 11:30am Tea Break11:30am – 01:00pm Mobile Monday Session: Mobile Content – The Way Forward Moderator’s note: Dr. Arun Kumar, Mobile Monday, Malaysia Speakers Dr. Arun Kumar, Mobile Monday, Malaysia Kamil Ahmad Mohd. Othman, MDeC, Malaysia Sandy Monteiro, Universal Music Sdn Bhd, Malaysia Lester Neil Francis, AKN Messaging Technologies Berhad, Malaysia Discussions01:00pm – 02:30pm Lunch Hall 1002:30pm – 04:00pm Last Mile Connectivity- Convergence of Internet and Mobility Moderator’s note: Prof. Sureswaran Ramadass, National Advance IPv6 Centre, Malaysia Speakers Dr. Mahammad Awang, Jaring, Malaysia Azizi A Hadi, Telekom Malaysia, Malaysia Salman Malik, Ministry of IT, Pakistan Rwakyera James, RICNET (KRC), Uganda Shahid Uddin Akbar, KATALYST, Bangladesh Discussions04:00pm– 04:30pm Tea Break04:30pm – 06:00pm Next Generation 3G Network for Mobiles Speakers Prof. Sureswaran Ramadass, National Advance IPv6 Centre, Malaysia Dr. Jussi Puhakainen, Turku School of Economics, Finland Jari Haggren, Nokia Malaysia Telekom Malaysia Rep., Malaysia Discussions www.i4donline.net10 e-ASiA2007 | Programme Schedule
  12. 12. Day III (8 February, 2007) 08.00 am – 09.00 am Registration 09:30am – 11:00am Emerging Mobile Applications Moderator’s note: Dr. Pasi Malinen, Turku School of Economics, Finland Speakers Andrew Harrington, Trimble, New Zealand Jason Tham, Wireless Solution Centre, Sybase, Singapore Adi Tedjasaputra, RFID Asia, Singapore Pradeep Joseph, Intel Technology India Pvt.Ltd., India Anil Chet Karamsingh, I Mutiara, Intelligent Edge Technologies Berhad (IETB), Malaysia 11:00am – 11:30am Tea 11:30 am– 01:00 pm mLearning Moderator’s note: Dr. Ananya Raihan, D-Net, Bangladesh Speakers Moderator Lawrence Wasserman, Fortech Int’l Ltd., USA Wemel Cumavoo, LTT Global Communications Sdn Bhd, Malaysia Dr Selvaraj Oyyan Pillay, Institute for Professional Development Open Unversity, Malaysia Mustafa Man, Department of Computer Science, College of Science and Technology, Malaysia Eunice Sari, University of Art and Design, Helsinki, Finland 01:00pm –02:00pm Lunch 02:00pm - 03:30pm m-Services : Emerging Markets Moderator’s note: Rudi Rusdiah, Association of Community Internet Centre/APWKomitel, Jakarta, Indonesia Speakers Hall 10 Rudi Rusdiah, Association of Community Internet Centre/APWKomitel, Jakarta, Indonesia K Chelvakumar, Celcom Hafedh Al Shihi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman Sayalee Joshi, CKS Consulting P L, India Jayanthi Maniam, Kanaga Chenapiah and Chin Chee Ken, ICT R&D Centre, School of Computer Technology, Sunway University College, Malaysia 3:30pm - 03:45pm Tea Break 03:45pm – 05:15pm MServe: Student’s Forum Moderator’s note: Dr Jussi Puhakainen, Turku School of Economics, Finland Speakers Chulhyun Kim and Suhwan Choe, Seoul National University, Korea Afsa Tariq, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Pakistan Jeewon Choi and Hyunmyung Cho, Seoul National University, Korea Kandeepan, University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka Tayyaba Hayat, NUST, Pakistan Beenish Anwar and Junaid Akram, NUST, Pakistan 05.15 pm- 06.00 pm Valedictory Session Clotilde Fonseca, Executive Director, Omar Dengo Foundation, Costa Rica R. Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Communication, and Information Technology, Government of India Vincent Quah, Director, Public Sector Programs, Microsoft Asia Pacific Mark Surman, Director, Partnership and Innovation, telecentre.org, IDRC, Canada M P Narayanan, President, CSDMSProgramme Schedule | e-ASiA2007 11
  13. 13. 6-8 February, 2007 Putrajaya International Convention Centre, MalaysiaOrganisers Host Organisations Intl Govt. Partners Principal Sponsor Ministry of Energy, Water and Communicationsknowledge for change (MEWC) Government of Malaysia MCMCPlatinum Sponsor Official Security Partner Gold Sponsors Tourism Partner Institutional Partners Knowledge Partners Official Marketing Partner University of Malya INTANHospitality Partners Media Partners ov L CATION Supporting Partners Exhibitors empowering education... enabling careers Ministry of Energy, Water and Communications (MEWC) Government of Malaysia MCMC www.e-ASiA.org
  14. 14. Indias Premier ICT4D event 31July - 02 August, 2007 Pragati Maidan, New Delhiwww.eINDiA.net.in knowledge for change

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