Articles for November 2015


NASA Offers Its Patent Licenses to Startup Companies

6 November 2015
Its goal is to help advance innovation

Student Branch Spotlight: Hamdard Institute of Engineering and Technology

11 November 2015
The branch in Pakistan hosted a number of hands-on workshops and career-development seminars

Nearly 700 Celebrations Worldwide Marked IEEE Day 2015

12 November 2015
Events were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina, India, Malaysia, and the United States

Students in Uganda Compete to Build Robotic Systems to Improve Farming

13 November 2015
IEEE and MIT help participants prepare for the contest

Achievements: November 2015

26 November 2015
Several IEEE members have been recognized for appointments and awards

Position Statement on Employee-Employer Disputes

17 November 2015
Should IEEE’s Ethics and Conduct Committee get involved in these situations

Ask The Experts: Smart Homes

20 November 2015
Submit your questions about the future of automated systems, and their standards and security

Greg Olsen: Space Tourist

18 November 2015
The IEEE Fellow paid his own way to the International Space Station

IEEE Women in Engineering East Summit Seeks to Triple the Number of Female Leaders

12 November 2015
The event in Philadelphia offered up ways to help women get ahead

IEEE Xplore Digital Library and Spectrum Are Among IEEE's Most Popular Sites

9 November 2015
They were rated as favorites in a survey of Internet users

IEEE Collabratec Can Help You Find a Job

23 November 2015
The online platform now lists open positions and provides access to career tools and networks

In Memoriam: November 2015

27 November 2015
IEEE mourns the loss of the following members

IEEE Gives a Special Citation to the Computer History Museum

2 November 2015
It houses Google's first self-driving car and Charles Babbage's Difference Engine

NASA's New Horizons Project Takes Us to the Edge of the Solar System

10 November 2015
This documentary shows the first mission to the Kuiper Belt near Pluto

IEEE Communications Society Rolls Out Four New Courses

5 November 2015
They cover big data, communication satellites, the Internet of Things, and Wi-Fi

Anthony Gold: ‘Life is Too Short to Have a Job You Don’t Love’

24 November 2015
The founder of wearable startup ROAR for Good shares tips on how to overcome a career plateau

Casablanca and Kansas City are IEEE’s Newest Smart Cities

5 November 2015
They join others from China, Italy, and Mexico

Would You Take a One-way Trip to Mars?

3 November 2015
People could live on the planet as soon as 2026

IEEE Conference on Consumer Electronics Looks a Decade Ahead

4 November 2015
Overlapping with CES 2016, the event focuses on the future of connectivity

The Best of the 2015 Web Summit Tech Fest

25 November 2015
Wearables for cows, 3-D printed clothes, and virtual reality to treat Parkinson’s disease were showcased

Peeking at Pluto and Beyond

6 November 2015
Two members share their experiences of working on NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft

Norm Augustine: Commercial Space Travel Is on the Way, but Not So Fast

16 November 2015
Cost and safety concerns stand in the way, says the former chair of the U.S. committee on human space flight

Pack Your Bags for a Trip to Space

19 November 2015
This video showcases the many opportunities underway for space tourism