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 Page 782 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 782 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals P. 782 Acknowledgements These Technical Specifications were researched and authored by Ziqin Sang (Fiberhome Technologies Group), Hongqing Ding (Fiberhome Technologies Group), Masayuki Higashi (Japan), Jiro Nakamura (NTT), Minako Hara (NTT), Takafumi Hashitani (Fujitsu), Junnosuke Sugiura (Fujitsu), Claudio Di Carlo (Italy), Paola Girdinio (Genoa University), Raffaele Bolla (Genoa University), Paolo Gemma (Huawei), Dewei Xu (Fiberhome Technologies Group), Jia Guo (Fiberhome Technologies Group), Pernilla Bergmark (Ericsson), Lelio Digeronimo (Avina), Luis Castiella (San Andrés University), Mike Wood (Telstra), Jack Rowley (GSMA), Christer Tornevik (Ericsson) and Christophe Grangeat (Alcatel‐Lucent) . The authors wish to extend their gratitude to Ramy Ahmed Fathy (NTRA, Egypt), Michael Mulquin (IS Communications), Angelica V. Ospina (University of Manchester), Mythili Menon (University of Geneva) for their valuable inputs and support.
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Buyya as the World's Top-Cited (#1) Author and the World's Most-Productive (#1) Author in Cloud Computing. (...) She is also a Senior Research Associate of the University of Cambridge and a Visiting Professor at Fudan University. (...) Professor Bagula has authored/co-authored more than 100 papers in peer-reviewed conferences, journals, and book chapters.
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This publication is available from Cambridge University Press . 29 September 2009 Alberto Portugal (World Bank) Revisiting Trade Facilitation and Export Performance (co-authored with John Wilson) > Paper 6 October 2009 Nadia Rocha (WTO) What Constrains Africa's Exports? (co-authored withCaroline Freund) > Paper 20 October 2009 Giovanni Valensisi (UNCTAD) Industrialization, Poverty Traps, and the Dutch Disease: a Dual Model > Paper 27 October 2009 Scott Taylor (University of Calgary) Environmental Crises: Past, Present and Future > Paper 10 November 2009 Juan Marchetti (WTO) Do Economic Integration Agreements lead to Deeper Integration of Service Markets? (...) Narula) > Paper 8 December 2009 Peter Egger (University of Zurich) The Trade Effects of Endogenous Preferential Trade Agreements (co-authored with M.
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Microsoft Word - Annex 4 - Preliminary List of Working Group and Advisory Panel Members [11 May 2015].docx CONTRIBUTORS  TO  THE  REVISION  OF  THE  UN  MANUAL  ON  THE  EFFECTIVE  PREVENTION  AND  INVESTIGATION  OF  EXTRA-­‐ LEGAL,  ARBITRARY  AND  SUMMARY  EXECUTIONS       WORKING  GROUPS       Legal  Investigations  Working  Group     Law  and  Policy  subgroup   Ms   Barbara   Frey     Director  of  the  Human  Rights  Program     University  of  Minnesota  (Original  author  of  MP)   Mr   Federico   Andreu   Deputy  Director  of  Litigation  &  Legal  Protection   Colombian  Commission  of  Jurists   Mr   Avner     Gidron     Senior  Policy  Advisor         Amnesty  International   Prof   Francoise   Hampson   Emeritus  Professor           University  of  Essex   Prof   Sarah     Knuckey   Co-­‐Director,  Human  Rights  Institute     Columbia  Law  School   Ms   Jennifer   Prestholdt   Deputy  Director           The  Advocates  for  Human  Rights   Mr   Howard   Varney   Senior  Program  Advisor         International  Center  for  Transitional  Justice     Crime  Scene  and  Investigative  Strategies  subgroup     Mr   Kingsley   Abbott     International  Legal  Advisor         International  Commission  of  Jurists   Mr   Fred     Abrahams   Special  Advisor           Human  Rights  Watch   Mr   Alistair   Graham   Investigations  Team  Leader         International  Criminal  Court   Mr     Mike     Moulden   Crime  Scene  &  Forensic  Exploitation  Consultant   (independent  consultant)       Dr   Irene     O'Sullivan   International  Forensic  Advisor       Netherlands  Forensic  Institute     Forensics  Working  Group     Prof   Duarte     Nuno  Vieira   President             European  Council  of  Legal  Medicine             President             Iberoamerican  Network  of  Forensic  Medicine     Dr   Luis     Fondebrider   Director             Argentine  Forensic  Anthropology  Team   Dr   Morris     Tidball-­‐Binz   Forensic  Coordinator         International  Committee  of  the  Red  Cross   Mr   Stefan       Schmitt   Director,  International  Forensic  Program     Physicians  for  Human  Rights   Prof   Stephen     Cordner   Head  of  International  Programmes       Victorian  Institute  of  Forensic  Medicine   Dr   Jorgen     Thomsen   Chief  Forensic  Pathologist         Institute  of  Forensic  Medicine,  Denmark  (Original     author  of  MP)   Dr     Uwom     Eze     Head  of  Secretariat           African  Society  of  Forensic  Medicine   Dr     Maria  D   Morcillo-­‐Men  Forensic  Coordinator,  Eurasia       International  Committee  of  the  Red  Cross   Prof   Ali     Chadly     Dean  of  Faculty  of  Medicine         University  of  Monastir,  Tunisia   Dr     Thomas   Parsons   Director  of  Forensic  Sciences         International  Commission  for  Missing  Persons       ADVISORY  PANEL     Law  and  Policy  expertise     Prof   Nigel       Rodley     Chair  of  the  UN  Human  Rights  Committee   Mr     Juan     Mendez   UN  Special  Rapporteur  on  Torture       Mr   Pablo       de  Greiff   UN  Special  Rapporteur  on  promotion  of  truth,  justice,  reparation  and  guarantees  of  non  recurrence   Ms     Rashida   Manjoo   UN  Special  Rapporteur  on  Violence  Against  Women   Mr   Ariel     Dulitzky   Chair  of  the  UN  Working  Group  on  Enforced  or  Involuntary  Disappearances     Ms     Navi     Pillay     Former  UN  High  Commissioner  for  Human  Rights     Mr     Philip     Alston     Former  UN  Special  Rapporteur  on  Extrajudicial,  Summary  or  Arbitrary  Executions   Ms   Asma     Jahangir   Former  UN  Special  Rapporteur  on  Extrajudicial,  Summary  or  Arbitrary  Executions     Mr   Bacre     Ndiaye     Former  UN  Special  Rapporteur  on  Extrajudicial,  Summary  or  Arbitrary  Executions     Ms   Cecile     Aptel     Senior  Legal  Policy  Advisor,  UN  Office  of  the  High  Commissioner  for  Human  Rights   Mr   Stephen     Margetts   Legal  Counsel  ,  United  Nations   Ms   Anna     Giudice  Saget  Crime  Prevention  Officer,  UN  Office  of  Drugs  and  Crime   Ms   Zainabo   Kayitesi   Chair,  African  Commission  on  Human  and  Peoples'  Rights  Working  Group  on  Death  Penalty  and               Extrajudicial,  Summary  or  Arbitrary  killings  in  Africa   Mr   Rafendi   Djamin   Indonesian  Representative,  ASEAN  Intergovernmental  Commission  on  Human  Rights   Mr     George   Mukundi   Head  of  African  Governance  Architecture  Secretariat,  African  Union   Mr   Emilio     Alvarez   Executive  Secretary,  Inter  American  Commission  on  Human  Rights   Mr   Michel     de  Smedt   Head  of  Investigations,  International  Criminal  Court   Ms   Kathryne   Bomberger   Director,  International  Commission  for  Missing  Persons   Mr   Andreas   Kleiser     Director  for  Policy  and  Cooperation,  International  Commission  for  Missing  Persons   Prof   Eric     Stover     Director,  Berkeley  Human  Rights  Center  (Original  author  of  MP)   Prof   David       Weissbrodt   Professor  of  Law,  University  of  Minnesota  (Original  author  of  MP)   Mr   Sam     Heins     Counsel,  Heins  Mills  and  Olson  plc  (Original  author  of  MP)   Ms     Yasmin   Sooka     Executive  Director,  Foundation  for  Human  Rights   Mr   Matt     Pollard   Senior  Legal  Advisor,  International  Commission  of  Jurists   Prof   Noam     Lubell     Head  of  the  School  of  Law,  Essex  University   Prof   Jay     Aronson   Associate  Professor  of  Science,  Technology,  and  Society,  Carnegie  Mellon  University   Ms   Jennifer   Gibson     Head  of  Drones  Team,  Reprieve   Mr     Sean     Buckley   Managing  Director,  Osaco  Solutions   Mr   Bernie     O'Donnell   Investigations  expert  (acting  in  independent  capacity)   Mr     Gary       Summers   Director,  Globus  Intelligence   Mr     Youk     Chhang   Director,  Documentation  Centre  for  Cambodia   Mr     John     Ralston   Director,  Institute  for  International  Criminal  Investigations   Mr   Max     de  Mesa   Chairperson,  Philippine  Alliance  of  Human  Rights  Advocates  /  Forum  Asia  representative   Mr   Wilfred   Nderitu   Managing  Partner,  Nderitu  &  Partners,  Nairobi  (former  prosecutor  ICTR,  ICC)   Mr     Felix     Reategui   Senior  Associate,  Truth  and  Memory  Program,  International  Center  for  Transitional  Justice     Forensics  expertise     Prof   Michael   Pollanen   President,  International  Association  of  Forensic  Scientists   Dr   Eric     Baccard   Forensic  Coordinator,  International  Criminal  Court   Mr   Stephen   Fonseca   Southern  Africa  Regional  Forensic  Advisor,  International  Committee  of  the  Red  Cross   Dr     Vincent   Iacopino   Senior  Medical  Advisor,  Physicians  for  Human  Rights     Mr   Fredy     Peccerelli   Director,  Guatemalan  Forensic  Anthropology  Foundation   Ms   Mishel     Stephenson     Chief  of  Forensic  Genetics,  Guatemalan  Forensic  Anthropology  Foundation   Dr   Pornthip   Rojanasunan    Director,  Central  Institute  of  Forensic  Science,  Thailand   Prof   Gert     Saayman   Chief  Pathologist,  Gauteng  Province,  South  Africa   Supt   Anton     Castilani   Chief  of  Police  Medical  Department,  Indonesian  National  Police   Dr     Ajith     Tennakoon   Chief  Judicial  Medical  Officer,  Colombo,  Sri  Lanka   Dr   Douglas   Ubelaker   Professor  of  Anthropology,  Smithsonian  Institution   Dr     Sue     Black     Deputy  Principal,  University  of  Dundee   Dr   Antti     Sajantila   Head  of  Forensic  Genetics,  University  of  Helsinki   Dr   Vina     Vaswani   Head,  Department  of  Forensic  Medicine,  Yenepoya  University,  India     Dr   James       Welsh     Human  Rights  and  Ethics  Fellow,  London  School  of  Hygiene  and  Tropical  Medicine   Dr     Cristian   Orrego  Bena   Director  of  Forensics  Programs,  Human  Rights  Center,  University  of  California,  Berkeley   Prof   Pieter     Carstens   Professor  of  Criminal  and  Medical  Law,  University  of  Pretoria,  South  Africa   Dr   Jeanine   Vellema   Head  of  Division,  Forensic  Medicine,  University  of  Witwatersrand,  South  Africa   Dr     Jairo       Vivas     Head  of  Forensic  Pathology,  National  Institute  of  Legal  Medicine  and  Forensic  Sciences,  Colombia   Dr   Lindsey   Thomas   Medical  Examiner,  Hennepin  County  Medical  Examiner's  Office  (Original  author  of  the  Minnesota     Protocol)    
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This Authority acts in the name of and on behalf of States. (...) In many cases, it will be the local gateway earth station operators who apply for the applicable authorizations or licences from the National Regulatory Authorities. (...) But, if a country decides to authorize GMPCS services, it should not make the GMPCS operators or service providers fully responsible for achieving universal service goals.
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Berthelot, Executive Secretary, ECE) Author: - Ivan Berend, (Hungarian Academy of Sciences and UCLA, Los Angeles) Discussants: - Erik Berglöf, (Director of the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics and East European Economies (SITE), Stockholm School of Economics) - Jan Svejnar, (Executive Director, William Davidson Institute and Professor, University of Michigan Business School) - Paul Welfens, (Jean Monnet Chair in European Economic Integration, University of Potsdam)   11.30 hrs. (...) Berthelot, Executive Secretary, ECE) Author: - Michael Ellman, (Professor, University of Amsterdam) Discussants: - Alexandru Athanasiu, (Professor, University of Bucharest; Minister of Labour, 1997-1999; Prime Minister ad interim, December 1999) - Martina Lubyova, (Institute for Forecasting, Bratislava) - Alena Nesporova, (Senior Specialist, Employment Strategy Department, International Labor office, Geneva )   13.00 hrs. (...) Hübner, Deputy Executive Secretary, ECE) Author: - Michael Landesmann, (Research Director, WIIW, Vienna) Discussants: - Leonid Grigoriev, (Director General, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Moscow) - Paul Hare, (Professor, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh) - Andras Nagy, (Professor, Institute of Economics, Budapest)   Print this page © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice |
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LAC can become the first region of the developing world to achieve universal access with a strong, collaborative effort. (...) The event will start with participation from two high authorities of the IDB and Rockefeller Foundation as keynote speakers. They will present the general landscape of the regional situation as well as what would be required in order to close the gap and achieve universal access to electricity in LAC by 2030. After that, a panel discussion will take place with at least 3 high authorities of the energy sector in the region: (i) Minister of Energy of Bolivia; (ii) Minister of Energy of Panama; (iii) Regulator of the Energy Sector in Haiti.
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Honda has a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, University of Tohoku, Japan, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, University of Southern California, USA and a Master’s Degree in Tax Law, Georgetown University Law Center, USA. (...) He previously was Legal Officer, Ghana Revenue Authority. Mr. Mensah has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Political Science, University of Ghana, a Qualifying Certificate in Law, Ghana School of Law and a Certificate in Business Tax and Modernising Tax Administration, University of Pretoria, South Africa. (...) Minh has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Vietnam University of Finance and Accounting, Bachelor’s level in Laws, Hanoi University of Law and a Master’s Degree in Economics, University of Michigan, USA.
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 Page 806 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 806 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals P. 806 Acknowledgements These Technical Specifications were researched and authored by Ziqin Sang (Fiberhome Technologies Group), Hongqing Ding (Fiberhome Technologies Group), Masayuki Higashi (Japan), Jiro Nakamura (NTT), Minako Hara (NTT), Takafumi Hashitani (Fujitsu), Junnosuke Sugiura (Fujitsu), Claudio Di Carlo (Italy), Paola Girdinio (Genoa University), Raffaele Bolla (Genoa University), Paolo Gemma (Huawei), Dewei Xu (Fiberhome Technologies Group), Jia Guo (Fiberhome Technologies Group), Pernilla Bergmark (Ericsson), Lelio Digeronimo (Avina), Luis Castiella (San Andrés University), Mike Wood (Telstra), Jack Rowley (GSMA), Christer Tornevik (Ericsson), Christophe Grangeat (Alcatel‐Lucent), N.S. Deepu (India), Leonidas Anthopoulos (Technological Education Institute of Thessaly) and Sebastien Ziegler (Mandat International). The authors wish to extend their gratitude to Ramy Ahmed Fathy (NTRA, Egypt), Michael Mulquin (IS Communications), James Njeru (Kenya), Thomas Luti (Kenya), Angelica V Ospina (University of Manchester), Mythili Menon (University of Geneva), for their valuable inputs and support. The authors acknowledge the guidance and support from all the members of the ITU‐T Focus Group on Smart Sustainable Cities (FG‐SSC) Management Team.
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In closing, the editors would like to express their grati- tude to the reviewers listed below in alphabetical order, for their assistance in making the selections and for their gener- ous advice to the prospective authors. List of reviewers Chowdhury, Mostafa Zaman Khulna University of Engineering and Technology, Bangla- desh DeCamp, Matthew University of Colorado, Colorado, USA Holzinger, Andreas T. Medical University of Graz, Austria Li, Xun Hangzhou Dianzi University, People’s Republic of China Morley, Jessica University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute, UK Raji, C. (...) YosHitosHi Murata received his M.E. from Nagoya University, Japan. He received his Ph.D. from Shizuoka University, Japan.
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