Articles for January 2015


Achievements: January 2015

30 January 2015
The following IEEE members were recently recognized by other organizations and IEEE societies

Ten Questions for 2015 IEEE President Howard Michel

9 January 2015
He talks about being a U.S. Air Force pilot and how he plans to enhance career security for members

Nominate a Colleague for the 2016 Class of Fellows

23 January 2015
Applications are due by 1 March

IEEE Milestone Honors Nearly a Century of Breakthroughs at Bell Labs

14 January 2015
Four plaques were unveiled at its Murray Hill, N.J., headquarters

How Government Agencies Can Better Support Technological Advancements

20 January 2015
Access to infrastructure is one way to give engineers a true testing ground for their ideas

Video Highlights the Accomplishments of Claude Shannon

23 January 2015
The Bell Labs engineer and IEEE Fellow founded the field of information theory

Nominations Sought for Leaders in 2016 and 2017

16 January 2015
Volunteers needed to serve as corporate officers, committee chairs, and more

IEEE Photonics Society Celebrates the International Year of Light

9 January 2015
The U.N. initiative highlights how optical technologies still revolutionize the world

IEEE Milestone Honors the First Transpacific Cable

16 January 2015
Built in the early 1960s, TPC-1 opened communications between the United States and Japan

Recipients of the 2014 Student Branch Awards

23 January 2015
Students from across the globe are recognized for their outstanding leadership

In Memoriam: January 2015

30 January 2015
IEEE mourns the loss of the following members

Your Questions Answered: Software-Defined Networks

6 January 2015
Experts talk about infrastructure, security concerns, and potential military applications

Smartphone App Detects Sleep Apnea

23 January 2015
Mobile technology could fill a gap in medical diagnosis

Here’s What’s in Store for Engineers Week in 2015

28 January 2015
Learning about LED lighting systems and meeting an astronaut are some of the events planned

Should Employers Restrict Access to Free Online Services?

9 January 2015
Many struggle to weigh employees’ needs against security concerns

Four Ways Women Engineers Can Increase Their Wealth

9 January 2015
Financial advisor gives tips on how to become a better investor

TryEngineering is Now Available for Smartphones

9 January 2015
Teachers and students can now access hands-on activities and educational resources on the go

Want to Volunteer With IEEE? This Training Program Can Help Get You Started

16 January 2015
Workshops aim to help volunteers find their best fit within the organization

See What IEEE Has in Store for the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

6 January 2015
A mind-controlled game and famous guests will make an appearance

How I Launched an Internet-of-Things Pet Product

8 January 2015
This tag can help lost dogs contact their owners

IEEE Features Mind-Controlled Tech at the Consumer Electronics Show

8 January 2015
This game lets players race cars just by thinking about it

The 2014 Member and Geographic Activities Awards

23 January 2015
Individuals and teams are recognized for their contributions

IEEE Women in Engineering Conference to Help Attendees Get the Corner Office

9 January 2015
Women need even better leadership skills than men to get ahead

New Service Delivers Conference Papers to Those Who Can’t Attend

9 January 2015
MyConference draws from more than 450 proceedings in IEEE Xplore

Five Eye-Catching Technologies at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

9 January 2015
Wearables, telemedicine devices, and smart-vehicle technology stole the show

IEEE President Howard Michel Talks About Being a Student Leader

16 January 2015
Hear his thoughts on what has changed since he was in school

How to Stay Relevant in Today’s Dynamic Technology Field

26 January 2015
Keeping up with new tools and techniques can be hard to do in an ever-changing industry

Remembering Laser Theory Pioneer Charles Townes

30 January 2015
His contributions earned him the Nobel Prize and the IEEE Medal of Honor

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Six Ways to Make a Difference During Engineers Week

30 January 2015
The weeklong event will bring thousands out for museum exhibits, talks, and mentorship opportunities