Articles for January 2016


Using Social Media to ID Disaster Victims

6 January 2016
MIT Lincoln Laboratory's system can speed up the rescue and recovery process

Want to Know Which TV Shows Will Be a Hit? Look to Facebook and Twitter

4 January 2016
Research shows that social media activity can determine which programs will succeed

Achievements: January 2016

29 January 2016
IEEE members are recognized with awards and new appointments

13 Volunteers Are Honored for Outstanding Leadership and Humanitarian Efforts

25 January 2016
IEEE Member and Geographic Activities bestows its annual awards

10 Questions for 2016 IEEE President Barry Shoop

11 January 2016
He discusses the new strategic plan and what it takes to be a leader

In Memoriam: January 2016

26 January 2016
IEEE mourns the loss of the following members

This Startup Puts a Wildflower Encyclopedia in Your Pocket

18 January 2016
High Country Apps helps users identify plants in the great outdoors

Who Should Lead IEEE in 2017 and 2018?

13 January 2016
Volunteers are needed to serve as corporate officers and committee chairs

Nominate an Exceptional Colleague for the 2017 Class of IEEE Fellows

5 January 2016
The deadline to elevate a senior member is 1 March

Was Facebook Wrong to Activate Its Safety Check for Terrorist Attacks in Paris but Not Beirut?

7 January 2016
The feature lets people inform their friends and family they are safe

Wireless Symposium in Shanghai Focuses on the Internet of Things

15 January 2016
The annual IEEE event also will cover 5G and visible-light communications

IEEE at the 2015 Internet Governance Forum

5 January 2016
Advancing technology and policy connections

Proposed Amendment to the IEEE Constitution on 2016 Ballot

22 January 2016
Members will be asked to vote on the revision

An Anonymous Donor Helps IEEE Bring Tech History to Life in the Classroom

20 January 2016
The money is being used to create free videos and other resources for high school teachers

Software-Defined Networks Will Open the Doors to Unimagined Innovations

19 January 2016
The IEEE SDN Initiative is helping to lead the way by developing standards and establishing a technical community and newsletter

How Engineers Could Help Unravel the Mysteries of the Brain

22 January 2016
An IEEE workshop focused on technologies that can help with neurological disorders

Which Engineers Make The Most Money?

28 January 2016
It depends on your field and where you live found the IEEE-USA annual survey

Fermi-Dirac Statistics Honored With an IEEE Milestone

12 January 2016
Enrico Fermi and Paul Dirac made fundamental contributions to quantum physics and semiconductor electronics

Beyond the Hype: These Technologies at CES Can Help People in Need

11 January 2016
A wearable that helps people with disabilities communicate and a kit that helps workers dismantle landmines are among the award-winning devices

Virtual Reality and 5G Wireless are Among IEEE’s Picks for Top Tech Trends

12 January 2016
The IEEE Computer Society predicts these technologies will see traction this year

For Your Next Research Paper, Work With IEEE Collabratec

21 January 2016
The online hub makes it easy to create and manage content while collaborating with others

Engineers Week 2016 Features Tech Demos and Hands-on Activities

14 January 2016
The weeklong event aspires to interest students in engineering and technology

The Toughest Engineering Jobs to Fill in 2016

8 January 2016
Recruiters are struggling to find candidates for these in-demand positions

Remembering Kiyo Tomiyasu

7 January 2016
The IEEE Life Fellow was a microwave pioneer and a philanthropist