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  • 14 Feb 2018 11:30 AM | IESL (Administrator)

    CALL FOR APPLICATIONS




    Pioneered by the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka in 1985, the Junior Inventor of the Year (JIY) competition promotes creativity and ingenuity among school children.


    Children in the age group 12 to 19 years from schools all over Sri Lanka participate, initially in preliminary competitions held at the provincial level, and proceed to the final JIY competition held at the IESL Headquarters in Colombo


    The top ten inventions at this competition together with the ten finalists of the Science Research Project Competition of the NSF then compete at the Sri Lanka Science and Engineering Fair (SLSEF), held under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, and Sri Lanka branch of the Intel Corporation, USA.


    Winners at the SLSEF have the opportunity to be selected to proceed to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) held in US in May of each year.


    For Applications and Regulation Click Here




    Web – www.iesl.lk

    E mail – jiy.iesl@ymail.com, ed@sltnet.lk

    Tel – Dayan – 0718735338 / Maduranga – 071 3535329

    Fax – 011 2 699202


  • 22 Dec 2017 10:00 AM | IESL (Administrator)

    CONVR2018
    Evolving Construction:
    Towards a technological revolution

    18th Int. Conf. on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality 
    21 to 23 Nov 2018, Auckland, New Zealand

     

    Dear Colleagues,

     

    We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the 18th International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality, CONVR 2018 (www.convr2018.com) to be held in Auckland, New Zealand between 21st to 23rd November 2018.

     

    CONVR is one of the world-leading conferences in the areas of virtual reality, augmented reality and building information modelling. CONVR brings together researchers and practitioners from the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry to enhance the exchange of concepts and methods for the application of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). The aim of the conference is to report on ideas, improvements, and applications of innovative international research activities and on strategies for the future development of research perspectives. 

     

    CONVR is an exciting international event and we expect to bring more than 100 delegates from all over the world. The local organisation is developing a great programme with international keynote speakers from industry and academia, and parallel sessions for paper and poster presentations and workshops. We are committed to bring the latest advances in science and practice in the space of VR/AR and related technologies. Mature researchers and practitioners in the field as well as PhD and postgraduate students are more than welcome to submit contributions and come to New Zealand.  

     

    The themes of the CONVR 2018 are listed below:

     

    Stream 1: AR-VR 
    Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
    Virtual Reality in Education and Training Applications
    Visualisation and Visual Pattern Recognition Techniques
    Human-computer interaction in virtual environments

     

    Stream 2: Sensing and AI 
    Autonomous agents and technologies
    Situation Awareness and Sensing Technologies

     

    Stream 3: BIM and GIS 
    3D geographic information systems
    4D/nD Modeling
    Building Information Modeling
    Modelling the physics of buildings and infrastructure
    Simulation and visualisation in construction

     

    Stream 4: Collaboration and Design Support Systems 
    Collaborative visual and augmented environments
    Design and Decision Support Systems
    IT Supported Architectural and Engineering Design
    Managing IT Strategies

     

    Stream 5: Knowledge and Theory Frameworks 
    Education in Construction Informatics
    Ontologies for modelling and visualization
    Research Methods in Construction Informatics
    Indigenous Knowledge and Technology

     

    Stream 6: Serious Games and Wearables 
    Game engines and serious game applications
    Mobile and wearable computing
    Interactive media environments


    Important Dates

    Abstracts due on: 5 Feb 2018
    Full papers due on: 1 Jun 2018
    Final submissions by: 1 Sep 2018
    Presentation slides submitted by: 20 Oct 2018
    Early-bird registration closes on: 1 Sep 2018
    Conference: 21 to 23 Nov 2018

    Please check our website www.convr2018.com to find out more information on the submission process. In order to submit contributions, please use this link Easy Chair.

     

    We will look forward to seeing you in New Zealand.

     


    Best regards

     

    Organising Committee

    Prof. Robert Amor, The University of Auckland (Chair)

    Dr Vicente Gonzalez, The University of Auckland (Chair)

    Dr Dermott McMeel, The University of Auckland (Chair)

    Prof. Nashwan Dawood, Teeside University (Co-Chair)

    Dr Johannes Dimyadi, The University of Auckland

     

     

  • 01 Dec 2017 2:24 PM | IESL Edu Div (Administrator)
    We are pleased to inform you that a summary of Council decisions are published in the IESL website (Click Here) as and when the Meeting Minutes are confirmed, starting from the session 2017/2018.

    Best regards,
    CEO/Executive Secretary
  • 22 Nov 2017 11:58 AM | IESL (Administrator)

    Dear Member,


    About three sessions ago, a more formalized mechanism was put in place to ensure certain IESL Officers (President – Elect and 3 VPs who are among the nine Officers of the IESL ) are directly accountable for the sustained development of the IESL Provincial Chapters (and their District Offices) in collaboration with Chapter/District Leadership Committees. This was instituted with the stated goal of the IESL Council to give more responsibilities and powers to provinces while maintaining high professional standards expected from an institution like IESL. The overall idea (conducting of B paper exams, CPD courses, increased yearly budget allocations, well organized AGMs and yearly activities, etc.) has delivered a great success and should progress.


    Further, about 60% of our members are deployed in provinces. With the economic development of the country along with ICT/Transport base, more and more of our members will work in provinces in years to come. 



    ACTIONS EXPECTED FROM MEMBERS: 

    In order to strengthen focused communications and actions, it is paramount that each one of the IESL members should;


    · login to’ MyIESL’ portal of IESL website www.iesl.lk 
    · go to ‘Member Self Service’ to access his/her personal  profile  
    (or use the link  www.iesl.lk/Sys/Profile/)
    · update / add the Provincial Chapter he/she is currently associated with or will associate with, during the session 2017/2018.


    For any technical issues, Ms. Nimesha (nimesha@iesl.lk) of Membership Department should be contacted.


    President - Elect and three Vice Presidents will get in touch with the provincial  leadership to embark on another successful episode of our collective journey to strengthen and empower our Provincial Chapters in session 2017/2018 under the guidance of our President and the Council. Following are the details of the officials concerned and their allocated Provincial Chapters.



    Name

    Email

    Contact no

    Provincial Chapters assigned

     Eng. (Prof) T. M. Pallewatta   [President – Elect]

     tmpal@ou.ac.lk

     071-6436529

     Rajarata and Uva

     Eng. K.P.I.U. Dharmapala

     [Vice President]

     dharmapala@eureka.lk

                       OR

     dharmapala@cmlmtd.net

     077-7712355

     Waymba and Kandurata

     Eng. Arjuna Manamperi

     [Vice President]

     manamperi.a@gmail.com

     077-2600555

     Ruhuna and Vadakin

     Eng. Granie Jayalath

     [Vice President]

     granierj@eol.lk

     077-3536596

     Eastern and   Sabaragamuwa



    Chief Executive Officer/ Executive Secretary

    IESL


  • 14 Nov 2017 12:32 PM | IESL (Administrator)

    Dear Member,


    AVOIDING  CONSEQUENCES OF LOSING MEMBERSHIP STATUS


    Please be informed that as per the decision arrived at the Council meeting held on 10th November 2017, those whose membership lapsed before three years as of 1st January, 2018 could only reinstate their membership by going through the newly imposed membership re-instatement process all over again as detailed in the attachment (link). Simply paying membership dues would not be adequate enough to regain the membership status of all categories.


    In  view of the said stance, those members are kindly advised to take note and avoid the difficulties that would entail their reinstatement as a member of the institution. For any clarifications in this regard, please contact the Membership division of the IESL.



    CEO / EXECUTIVE SECRETARY


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