|IEEE Canada Newsletter / Bulletin de IEEE Canada|
Issue: September 2005
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ABOUT IEEE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
The IEEE Educational Activities Board is responsible for coordinating the educational activities of the IEEE. The volunteer and staff members of IEEE Educational Activities carry out this responsibility by developing educational programs to ensure (1) The technological literacy of pre-college students, (2) the continuous maintenance and improvement of engineering education programs through active participation in accreditation activities, and (3) the development of continuing education products and services that serve the professional development and lifelong learning needs of electro-technology professionals worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.ieee.org/organizations/eab/ or email email@example.com.
ABOUT THE IEEE HISTORY CENTER
The IEEE History Center is a staff unit of IEEE that is located not at the IEEE Operations Center, but on the nearby New Brunswick campus of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, which cosponsors the Center’s activities. The Center’s mission to preserve, research, and promote the legacy of IEEE technologies is overseen by the IEEE History Committee, a standing committee of the IEEE Executive Committee. Since most of the activities in carrying out this mission are educational in nature, the Staff Director of the History Center reports to the IEEE Managing Director for Educational Activities, and Center staff work closely with EAD staff on many programs. Those interested in more information are invited to view the Center’s website (http://www.ieee.org/history_center) or to email the Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IEEE ADDS 15,000 HISTORIC ELECTRON DEVICES ARTICLES TO ARCHIVE
Continuing its plan to digitize its entire journal backfile, IEEE this
month made available online versions of more than 15,000 articles from IEEE
Electron Devices Society publications dating as far back as 1954. The
archive now includes articles from three of the Society's most influential
publications: IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices (papers from 1954 to
1987); IEEE Electron Device Letters (papers from 1980 to 1987); and the
IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (papers from 1955 to 1987).
Papers from 1988-forward were already available electronically. The IEEE
online collection now contains more than 1.2 million documents. To view
abstracts of the papers in these publications, visit:
Senior Member Upgrades
The following members were upgraded to Senior Member status at the June 2005 Admission and Advancement Panel meetings:
For more information on the Nominate a Senior Member Initiative (NSI) Program, please visit http://www.ieee.org/ra/md/smprogram.html.
Many IEEE Canada sections maintain their own listings of upcoming events:
For more IEEE conferences, visit IEEE Conference Search at http://www.ieee.org/conferencesearch/.
Call For Papers
EIC Climate Change Technology Conference 2006
To deal with the need to mitigate against and adapt to the negative effects of climate change, and recognizing that such is the role of engineering, a Second Call for Papers and Presentations has been issued with a deadline of Sept 30, 2005. For complete information, visit: http://www.ccc2006.ca/
Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering
The 2006 IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering provides a forum for the presentation of electrical and computer engineering research and development from Canada and around the world. Papers are invited, in French or English. For more information please visit http://www.ieee.ca/ccece06/cfp.html
Call for Papers on Lighting Applications
The editors of the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics journal have announced a call for papers on the topic of lighting applications. The paper submission deadline is 28 February 2006. For complete information, visit: http://www.pels.org/
You can send any submissions by email to the editor:
Please ensure you send in your submission by the 20th of the month
|IEEE Canada Newsletter - September 2005||Bulletin de IEEE Canada - Septembre 2005|
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