The goal of the mentoring session is to facilitate formalized interactions between undergraduate and graduate students, on the one hand, and academics and industrial delegates, on the other, from around the world.
With this in mind, the mentoring co-chairs: Somali Chaterji ([email protected]; Purdue University) and Tadashi Okoshi ([email protected]; Keio University) invite applications to be able to best connect mentees with their interest-matched mentors.
Submit your entry through the following form.
- Average of 2 mentees per mentor
- Poolside discussions between mentor and mentees
- Panel discussion with multiple mentors as panelists [new this year]
Eminent researchers in the field of communication systems and networks will be participating in these sessions. Students get to interact one-on-one with Keynote speakers, Invited Speakers, senior Organizing Committee members etc.
Request the mentors to sign up using this link
|Suggested Deadline for application||20th December, 2017|
Note: Form will remain open after the deadline but mentors will be assigned on a first-come-first-serve basis