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IEEE Life Membership is an official recognition of a strong and sustained commitment to IEEE. Life members get together with their peers, participate in educational excursions, work together to mentor students, and improve their communities.
May 31, 2023

IEEE Life Members Conference: Dates and Location

By |2023-05-31T21:02:11-04:005 May 2023|Announcements|

The first-ever IEEE Life Members Conference will be held on 14-16 April 2024 in Austin, Texas. The Life Members Committee has chosen the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Austin to host the conference. While still in the planning phases, the new IEEE Life Member Conference will be an event designed for Life Members and senior ...

May 30, 2023

France LMAG Members Celebrate the Birth of Electrodynamics Milestone

By |2023-05-23T16:34:47-04:005 May 2023|LMAG Activities|

The IEEE France Section celebrated the Milestone Award for the Birth of Electrodynamics with two events, first at the College de France (Paris) on 3 April and then at the Ampere Museum in Poleymieux (near Lyon) on 4 April. IEEE Milestone, The Birth of Electrodynamics, 1820-1827 Stimulated by experimental reports that an electric current could ...

May 23, 2023

IEEE Central Texas Section Hosts Talks about Space

By |2023-05-22T14:57:05-04:005 May 2023|LMAG Activities|

On 30 March 2023, several chapters in the IEEE Central Texas Section, including its LMAG, hosted two talks by Scott Atkinson, Lone Star LMAG Chair, on “Space Communications, a Review.”  The talks covered NASA’s deep space and near Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) networks as the backbone for all of NASA’s space missions, providing critical ...

May 22, 2023

Aaron Gluck-Thaler is the 2023-2024 IEEE Life Members’ Fellow in the History of Electrical and Computing Technology

By |2023-05-22T15:23:22-04:005 May 2023|Announcements|

Aaron Gluck-Thaler is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of the History of Science at Harvard University and an affiliate of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. He studies the history of surveillance and its relationship to scientific practice. Aaron’s dissertation provides a history of pattern recognition in 20th-century America. It considers how ...

May 16, 2023

EPICS in IEEE Announce 23 New Service Learning Projects

By |2023-05-15T17:39:57-04:005 May 2023|Announcements|

Selected from more than 50 proposals, these projects will involve student teams from around the world and are expected to help make the world more accessible for all. EPICS in IEEE is proud to announce 23 new service learning projects selected as part of its Access and Abilities Competition. The competition was supported by the ...

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