The IEEE New Initiatives Committee (NIC) is looking for your help with the next big idea. IEEE is not looking for just your ideas; creative and potentially disruptive approaches are encouraged—IEEE wants your outside-the-box, groundbreaking, and world-shattering ideas and solutions.
The IEEE Awards Program is more than 100 years old, a peer-recognised program of achievement that has recognised leaders and visionaries who have paved the road of discovery in ways no one would ever imagine.
Watch again: "Are we seeing Hawking Points in the CMB Sky?" by Sir Roger Penrose; the IEEE UK and Ireland 2018 Annual Christmas Lecture.
This year’s IEEE Day is on 2 October. Its recurrent theme, however, is resolutely forward-looking: 'Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow'. Or in other words, while the world benefits from what's new, IEEE focuses on what's next. Events taking place around the world range from technical symposia to public engagement with local communities, and from interactive demos to general family fun. In previous years, weatherpermitting, even street parties and barbecues have been involved.
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, presented Philippe Dupuisand Thomas Haug with the IEEE/RSE James Clerk Maxwell Medal on 5 July in Edinburgh. The award is sponsored by the IEEE Foundation. Dupuis and Haug developed the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), which established a policy for advancements in international mobile communications. GSM, a foundation for 3G and 4G systems, affects today’s emerging 5G standards.
IEEE Sensors Council UK and Ireland Chapter was founded in 2015 to focus IEEE’s widely scattered sensor activities, via lectures, webinars, journals and yearly conferences. The Chapter Chapter is now looking for a new Chair. To apply for this position, please indicate your interest by sending CV to Ravinder Dahiya (Ravinder.Dahiya@glasgow.ac.uk) and Sinead O’Keefe (email@example.com). The closing date for this enquiry is 31st July 2018.
IEEE is a vibrant organization of professionals collectively using our diverse talents for the benefit of humanity. This is the force of technology – the life-changing impact that science and engineering can have on society.
IEEE UK and Ireland Section Committee Member, Dr Zeyad Al-Shibaany, has been awarded a prize as one of the 25 outstanding young scientists in the world in Sustainable Development. The Prize is awarded by Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in Germany, and it is a fully funded 3 to 6 months fellowship in one of the leading Universities in Germany.
The membership benefit that pays. No one knows how beneficial IEEE membership is to technical and career development better than IEEE members. Consider sharing your IEEE membership experience and get rewarded for doing so. Through the Member-Get-a-Member (MGM) program, IEEE rewards your efforts in recruiting new members. Your local IEEE Section can also benefit [...]
IEEE President Karen Bartleson today released the following statement in response to concerns expressed by IEEE members around the world IEEE, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Incorporated, believes that governments of all countries must recognize that, in a world of increasing global connectivity, science and engineering are fundamental enterprises, for which [...]