Welcome to IEEE Region 2!
It is my honor to serve as the Director of the IEEE Region 2 for 2019 and 2020. IEEE Region 2 has a proud heritage and serves over 25,000 members in Delaware, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, northern Virginia, southern New Jersey, West Virginia, and Washington, DC with 20 vibrant IEEE sections. We are one of 10 geographical regions around the world which make up the IEEE whereas Region 1-6 are the only regions within the US.
In this elected position, it is my responsibility to represent our region’s successes, needs, and concerns as a sitting Board member of IEEE MGA (Member and Geographical Activities), as well as a Board member of IEEE-USA. In these bodies, I ensure you that Region 2 will be proactive, allowing our members to succeed in their goals. In addition, I am a sitting member of the IEEE Board of Directors, where my responsibility is to guide IEEE in current and future directions.
My goals for my term in Region 2 echo many of the goals of IEEE and our past director Timothy Kurzweg. We need to engage three populations better than we have done in the past. Our industry members, the “working professionals”, who have needs which might include continuing educations opportunities, career services, or networking opportunities. The second population is the Young Professionals (members within 15 years of receiving their first degree) are the key to sustaining our organization. We must engage our Young Professionals, and allow them opportunities for leadership. And our Women in Engineering population needs more support from us than provided in the past to increase their visibility and ability to contribute and lead in our male dominated engineering profession. I look forward to working with you all to better serve all of our members.
I would like to encourage you all to get involved as your time allows. This can be as attending a Section meeting or volunteering in different events. I realize that time is valuable and free time can be hard to find. I challenge each of the Sections to have events and volunteering commitments times that can fit a variety of schedules.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all of our volunteers at the Region and Section and chapter levels, and I know many of you are participating in all three. As a volunteer-based organization, IEEE could not survive without you. It is these individuals that organize new professional, technical, and social activities all throughout the Region.
As you have new ideas that will help our members, I want to hear from you. Please share these ideas with me (my email is given below) and I hope we can implement them for the benefit of all members in Region 2.
Many thanks to the hard work of our past Region 2 directors, especially Timothy Kurzweg who has shown exceptional leadership in leading our great Region 2 during his director term in 2015-2016. His vision and goals for Region 2 and his ideas to vitalize our great Region 2 will lead me during my term.
With your help, we will make Region 2 great again!
Region 2 Director, 2019-2020
IEEE CONFERENCE RECORD NUMBER 45483
Call For Papers_2019 PDF Download
Dear Esteemed Colleagues;
The 2019 IEEE Region 2 Student Activities Conference will be held in the beautiful city of
Morgantown in the Mountain State of West Virginia, between April 5-7, 2019. SAC19 is
sponsored by West Virginia University, the IEEE Pittsburgh Section, and IEEE Region 2.
SAC19 will consist of student competitions, lectures from industry representatives focusing
on recent trends, and poster sessions portraying student research in Region 2. This year,
SAC19 is offering IEEE student members and Graduate student members the opportunity to
participate in an IEEE conference and have their quality work published by IEEE
Student papers are solicited in; but not limited to the following topics:
> Photonics; Optical Devices
> Mathematical and Computational Methods in EM
> Biological Effects and Medical Applications of RF and Microwaves
> Antennas and Propagation
> Wireless Communications (5G and Beyond)
> Internet of Things
> Wireless Power Transfer and Energy Harvesting
> Simulation and Characterization Techniques
> Additional, unique senior projects
Submissions: Submissions must be of original contributions and should not have been
presented or published anywhere. Authors of the accepted papers must guarantee that at
least one of the authors will attend the conference and present the paper. Paper should not
exceed 6 pages following the IEEE format.
Conference papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore (EI Compdex and SCOPUS indexed).
Last date for receiving full paper December 28, 2018
E-mail notification of paper acceptance January 4, 2019
Last date for receiving camera-ready paper with modifications February 1, 2019
Selected photos from the R2 2018 Winter Meeting have been posted.
R2 Winter Meeting 2018 — Bethlehem, PA
Note: General policy has been discussed and applied, that all participants of the R2 2018 Winter meeting photographed give their permission to use these photographs, though if you are in a photograph and do not want it to be displayed in the meeting page, please let us know and we will take that photograph off the gallery.
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