The 13th JCA-NID meeting is scheduled for Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 January 2011. The Convener, Mr Hyoung Jun Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute – ETRI, Korea), will chair the meeting; the draft agenda is published as Doc I-224.
The meeting will open at 14:00 hours on Monday 24 January 2011 at ITU headquarters, Geneva, and it will be adjourned at 18:00. The day after (Tuesday 25 January 2011) the meeting will start at 09:00 and the closing time is foreseen at 12:30. Participants’ registration will begin on Monday 24 January at 08:30 hours in the reception of the Montbrillant building. Detailed information concerning the meeting rooms will be displayed on screens at the entrances to ITU headquarters.
To enable TSB to make the necessary arrangements concerning the organization of the meeting, please register via the on-line form as soon as possible.
Participants are encouraged to submit contributions by electronic mail to tsbjcanid[at]itu.int by Sunday, 23 January 2011. With a view to settling any questions that might arise, name, fax, telephone numbers and e-mail address of the person to be contacted should be indicated on input documents. Accordingly, please include those details on the cover page of all documents. A document template is available on the JCA-NID web page.
The meeting of the JCA-NID will be paperless.
The meeting will be conducted in English only.
Remote participation will be organized and the access details will be circulated in the JCA-NID email list. You can also request it to the secretariat at: tsbjcanid[at]itu.int.
Wireless LAN facilities are available for use by delegates in the ITU main conference room areas. Wired network access continues to be available in the ITU Montbrillant building. Detailed information is available on the ITU-T website (http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/edh/faqs-support.html).
Please check http://www.itu.int/travel/accommodations.asp for a list of Hotels in Geneva and area according Special Rates to ITU.
We would remind you that citizens of some countries are required to obtain a visa in order to enter and spend time in Switzerland. Where this is the case, the visa must be requested and obtained from the office (embassy or consulate) representing Switzerland in your country or, if there is no such office in your country, from the one that is closest to the country of departure. If problems are encountered, the Union can, at the official request of the administration or company you represent, approach the competent Swiss authorities in order to facilitate delivery of the visa. Visa requests should in such cases be made by official letter from the administration or company you represent. This letter must specify your name, function and date of birth, as well as the number and dates of issue and expiry of your passport. It must be accompanied by a photocopy of the personal details pages of your passport and by the completed registration form, and must be sent to TSB by fax (+41 22 730 5853) or e-mail message (tsbreg[at]itu.int) bearing the words "visa request". Please note that the Union needs at least one week to process the various documents required for the delivery of a visa.