Articles for October 2011


Achievements: October 2011

21 October 2011
The following IEEE members were recently recognized by other organizations and by IEEE societies.

IEEE Honors Tech Pioneers

7 October 2011
Tech innovators applauded at annual event

Webinars Focus on Humanitarian Projects

21 October 2011
Learn how others are using technology to improve lives

Disabled Are Being Ignored

7 October 2011
Feedback from our members

In Memoriam: October 2011

21 October 2011
IEEE mourns the loss of the following members

A Bitter Pill or a Better Tablet?

21 October 2011
A historical perspective on tablet computers

IEEE Women in Engineering Group’s Efforts Ramp Up

7 October 2011
The focus on attracting more women to engineering continues

Region 10 Congress Offers Many Firsts

7 October 2011
Event draws hundreds to New Zealand

Cutting Down on Spam

7 October 2011
Researchers find that the weakest link in the spam chain is the banking component

IEEE Mourns the Loss of 1996 President Wally Read

7 October 2011
Read was first IEEE president from Canada

IEEE Journals Tackle Open Access


7 October 2011
Authors to decide whether their IEEE articles will be free to the public

Webinars Examine 
Risk Management

7 October 2011
Career opportunities abound in the high-demand field

Conference to Focus on Improving Engineering Decisions

7 October 2011
Areas of operations and management strategies to be discussed

IEEE Xplore Digital Library Adds New Content and Features

7 October 2011
More conference proceedings and standards

The IEEE Job Site: A Decade of Helping Job Hunters

21 October 2011
Award-winning resource continues to beef up its services

Ad-Supported Devices

7 October 2011
Are less expensive, ad-supported electronics the way to go?

Rosalind Picard Develops Specs that See Through You

21 October 2011
High-tech glasses analyze a person’s emotions during conversation

Harvesting Energy out of Thin Air

21 October 2011
Researchers capture electromagnetic signals to power small electronics

Slideshow: Tablets Over the Decades

21 October 2011
The iPad 2 may have launched tablets into popularity, but these devices are far from new

Staecker Wins Race For IEEE President-Elect


10 October 2011
Peter W. Staecker to be 2012 president-elect


How Indispensible is a Leader? We’ll Now See

21 October 2011
Reflecting on readers’ thoughts of an Apple without Jobs