Articles for October 2009


Semiconductor Experts to Explore New Insulators

6 October 2009
Conference covers new materials for integrated circuits

Bringing Microelectronics Know-How to Africa

6 October 2009
Emerging technologies are important to the socioeconomic development of nations

Using Society Membership to Your Advantage

6 October 2009
Belonging to an IEEE society means more than just receiving monthly subscriptions and discounts

Renew Your Membership Online

6 October 2009
Members who renew early can win one of three computer netbooks

Region 10 Congress Focuses on Improving Student Branches, Celebrates IEEE's 125th

6 October 2009
More than 120 student branch delegates attended the congress

Brain-Machine Interface Offers Hope to the Paralyzed

6 October 2009
Prosthetic device may help paralyzed people walk again

Radio Engineer's Bequest Goes to IEEE Foundation

6 October 2009
Werner F. Auerbacher, an IEEE member for more than 60 years, died on 19 January

IEEE Milestones Honor Three

6 October 2009
IEEE honors three groundbreaking inventions in the electronics industry this month

Start With the Magazines

6 October 2009
Feedback from our members

Getting Paid to Play

6 October 2009
Companies are using video games in team-building exercises for their staff

Member Recognitions: October 2009

6 October 2009
The following members were honored by other organizations

IEEE Foundation Awards US $150K, Establishes Two Funds

6 October 2009
Preserving historical artifacts and improving technological literacy are among the projects to be funded

IEEE Xplore Goes Mobile, Speeds Up, and Adds New Physics Titles

6 October 2009
Xplore users can search for content on their cell phones, enjoy 250 000 new applied physics articles

Society Recognitions: October 2009

6 October 2009
The following people were recently honored by IEEE groups or societies

Telepresence for the Human Exploration And Development of Space

8 October 2009
Humans may not need to travel to investigate new environments

Inspiring the Next Generation of High-Tech Explorers

6 October 2009
Susan Hackwood tells students about what it's like to design robotics systems for NASA missions