Articles for September 2013

Options for Open-Access Publishing

9 September 2013
Three choices are now available for authors

Sound the Alarm: A History of Disaster Detection and Warning Technologies

9 September 2013
The telegraph and radar were among the first to be applied

Minimizing the Damage From Natural Disasters

9 September 2013
Researchers use satellites to monitor Earth’s conditions

Part-time Passions: September 2013

23 September 2013
These IEEE members enjoy woodworking and choreography

Sections Congress is One Year Away

16 September 2013
The 2014 congress will be held in Amsterdam

Subtle Signals Could Help Forecast Earthquakes

9 September 2013
Satellite system analyzes thermal anomalies

Herz Award Goes to Cecelia Jankowski

23 September 2013
She has dedicated her career to increasing the value of IEEE membership

Calendar: September–November 2013

23 September 2013
Historic dates in technology and upcoming IEEE events

Achievements: September 2013

30 September 2013
The following IEEE members were recently recognized by other organizations

The Case for Open Access Publishing

11 September 2013
Find out how to publish your work with IEEE

IEEE Experts Answer Questions About Rescue Robots and Smart Grid

30 September 2013
Learn how they respond in emergencies

Dues for 2014

16 September 2013
Membership dues to increase US $3 next year

Tech News: Sensing Disasters

10 September 2013
This segment focuses on IEEE's role in sensing natural disasters

Remembering Thomas Bartlett

23 September 2013
Tom Bartlett was an IEEE staff member for nearly 50 years

Proposed Changes to IEEE Code of Ethics

10 September 2013
Comments to the changes needed by 7 November

Four Priorities for IEEE

12 September 2013
Board of Directors sets goals for IEEE's future

Robot Rescue

5 September 2013
VGTV-Xtreme robot used during search after Hurricane Katrina

Twitter: An Early Disaster-Warning System

11 September 2013
IEEE report makes a case for use of the social network in emergencies

Predicting Sinkholes in the Road

9 September 2013
A new algorithm can identify trouble spots

Let’s Get Together

16 September 2013
Collectively we can accomplish a great deal

Cities Versus Mother Nature?

9 September 2013
Cities take preemptive measures in case of a natural disaster

Ask The Experts: Preparing for Natural Disasters

4 September 2013
IEEE members will answer your questions about robot rescue and smart grid in an emergency

Conferences: September–October 2013

16 September 2013
Upcoming IEEE conferences cover remote sensing of natural disasters

Extreme Engineering: Hurricane Proof Homes

20 September 2013
Watch how houses get built to withstand impact from storms

Remembering Rolf Remshardt

19 September 2013
Remshardt was a former IEEE Region 8 director and treasurer

James Smith: Modeling Earth’s Biosphere

9 September 2013
His love of nature fueled his research

IEEE’s First Interdisciplinary Open-Access Journal

9 September 2013
Publication makes articles publicly available quickly

Buildings Made for Disaster

18 September 2013
New architecture claims to withstand earthquakes and storms

In Memoriam: September 2013

30 September 2013
IEEE mourns the loss of the following members

Books of Interest: September 2013

9 September 2013
Free e-books deal with bad things happening to good systems

Modernizing the Grid: Part I

25 September 2013
Hurricane Sandy tested the resiliency of power-grid systems

Special Report: Sensing Disasters

2 September 2013
Images from above can help lessen the impact of earthquakes, sinkholes, and other catastrophies