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The National Center for High-performance Computing (NCHC) of the National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) held the Southeast Asia International Joint-Research and Training Program (SEAIP) 2014 and the Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly (PRAGMA) Institute during December 1 st and 5 th at the Tainan Branch of the NCHC and the National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaoshiung. The program was categorized into seven main subjects regarding the Cloud Computing and Internet of Things (IoT). In the meantime, it also explored the possible long and short term models and working structure of the monitoring, simulation, communication and reactions of the developments of the disaster with influential researchers from PRAGMA and Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON). It was for the preparation of the follow-up international collaborations.  ■ Address by the NCHC’s Director General Ce-Kuen Shieh ■ Address by Dr. William Chang of the NSF, USA It happened to be the 10 th anniversary of the SEAIP, and there were about one hundred people from more than 30 academic institutes of 14 countries joining this meeting. In the first two days, the meeting was held in the NCHC’s Tainan Branch and was moved to the National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaoshiung, in the following 3 days.  The purpose of this meeting was to inspire innovative concepts of the research and development through learning from each other and sharing of the research findings and ideas. Several top-tier delegates from academia of the European, Asian, and American countries were invited to address in this meeting. In addition to the topics of cloud computing and IoT, this meeting also presented and shared the recent status, future planning, and expected outcome of the large scale science and engineering computing, virtualization technology, database and data analysis, smart flow, software-defined networking (SDN), monitoring grid, smart moving platform, etc. The possible follow-up collaborations and interaction plans among attendees were also discussed. ■ Presentation and sharing of the research results by Dr. Tim Kratz from USA ■ Presentation and sharing of the research results by Dr.  from Germany Recently, due to the rising of cyberinfrastructure, cloud computing, and big data, as well as the extension of smart sensors, the communication, network, computing, and storage have been integrated gradually to the Internet of Things (IoT). The scope and areas of applications of the cloud computing in science, engineering, or livelihood can be seen to step into a globalized, large-scale, and automated trend with multiple area integration and collaboration. As a member of the steering committee of the PRAGMA, NCHC keeps close and long-term relationship with the top scientists and research institutes from Europe, America, and Japan. Also, NCHC establishes a high-end international training platform through the PRAGMA Institute, integrates talented people and resources worldwide, and provides interactions of the domestic and foreign high-end technologies, applications, and training. In doing so, it drives Taiwan as the excellent center for international education, research and development of the cloud computing and IoT. In addition, it upgrades the technology of the Southeast Asia and diffuses the results of the training by the planned strategy of the information technology. ■ Address by the Dr. Yu-Hung San, Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan ■ Training of the attendee  ■ The group photo of SEAIP 10 th anniversary 
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