BOARD ELECTION ANNOUCEMENT
The IEEE Philadelphia Section Annual Board Election will open October 18, 2020.
Members will received an email with instructions on how they can access the ballot and vote electronically. Voting will open on October 18 and remain open until December 1.
To vote electronically, CLICK HERE.
STEM group campers showcasing their projects during the virtual session by Camp Adonai and our own Mark Soffa, the IEEE Philadelphia Section STEM Education Chair.
Campers have built their robots, and downloaded and ran Arduino programs such as basic motion, line tracking, collision avoidance, infrared remote control, and Bluetooth remote control. In addition, the campers have used the robot’s graphical programming language to do linear programs and if, then else loops.” Check out the full video on
IEEE-USA Free Webinars
I am especially proud of the topical webinars that we have produced since March 27th (please note: IEEE Members can receive PDHs for attending IEEE-USA webinars):
- Jump-Start Your Job Search and Maintain Your Career Development During this Crisis
- Discover Yourself and Your Unique Brand
- Using DISC to Increase Civility, Engagement & Personal Leadership
- The Future of Work & Your Job Search During Disruption
- How To Avoid Distractions and Stay on Track While Working Remotely
- How to Build More Brand Loyalty as a Person, an Employee, a Leader, and a Company
- Leadership in a Six-Sigma World
- Who Moved The Cheese?….My Cheese Workbook
- Transitioning Back From Remote Work (Manager–focused)
- Beyond the Safety Aspects of Your Return-to Work Plan — How to Smoothly Re-open Your Workplace and Increase Employee Engagement and Productivity (Manager–focused)
- Live Stream Webinar: Engineering Code Of Ethics
- Diversifying Your Consulting Practice as We Recover from Times of Crisis
- How to Lead Your Remote Teams More Effectively
Our Full Webinar Library can be found here: https://ieeeusa.org/careers/webinars/
Awards Banquet & Gala!
Due to the Coronavirus (COV-19), the 2020 Awards Banquet will be postponed to a April 2021.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
Contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org for details!
IEEE Philadelphia Section Congratulates our Newest Senior Members
2020 Annual Report: Mitchell L. Thompson, John T. Larkin, Douglas, R. Castor, John J. Deandrea, Scott R. Mix, Kenneth Paist, Yunfeng Xiao, David Hollingsworth, Li Bai, Brian Litt, Qiang Duan, Firooz Aflatouni, Anthony R. Carlis, Paul R. White, Iyad Obeid, James C. Gee, Morui Li, Theodoros Salonidis, Thomas S. Krol, Aditya Shah, Edward Greer, Ram Kripal Prasad, Mojtaba Vaezi, Chamith S. Rajapakse, Alan T. Johnson, Lori L. Pollock, Michael Hutchinson, Ruibing Hao, Jeffrey M. Watkins, Victor Manuel Preciado, Joanna F. DeFranco, Rajeshkumar Raghupathi, Philip Shilane, Saravanan Manikandan, Mark Jarvis, Jeffrey T. Eker, Shi Y. Lee, Il-yeol Song, Andrew G. Richardson, Christine Johnson, Jeff A. Rockower, Divya Pathak, Gregory Arlow, Arun Kumar, Arumugam, Kerry I. Litvin, Jonathan M. Becker
IEEE Philadelphia Section Congratulates our New Fellows
2020 Annual Report: Xiaojiang Du, Vijay Kumar, Yimin D. Zhang.
Welcome to the IEEE Philadelphia Section
The Philadelphia Section (or Branch as it was then called) of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, or AIEE for short, was organized in 1903. As the electric power industry grew so did the AIEE. However, on May 13, 1912, another branch of the electrical profession, the radio engineers, formed the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE), which grew so rapidly its membership soon surpassed that of the AIEE. As early as 1922, the AIEE and IRE discussed the possibility of merging, as the interests of the societies overlapped. No serious steps were taken until 1961. One year later, the membership of the organizations approved the merger, which officially took place on January 1, 1963, under the new name of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE).
Today the IEEE Philadelphia Section serves more than 4,000 members in the Delaware Valley including Bucks, Chester, Delaware,Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania and Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties in New Jersey. The Philadelphia Section holds regular meetings (third Tuesday except December, June, July, and August) and events, publishes a member newsletter, the Almanack, ten times per year; presents an annual awards banquet & gala, and offers a leadership scholarship through its student branch. The section currently has 22 chapters and four affinity groups. Many volunteer opportunities exist. For more information call 484.270.5136.
Call for Advertisements
The Philadelphia Section of the IEEE encourages placement of technical, professional and commercial advertisement and Sponsorship in the Almanack, Web site, Annual Awards Banquet and Program Book and the Meeting Announcement emails.
The Almanack is published ten times a year and is read by more than 4,000 members with an average annual salary of over $70,000 in over 150 key industries.
The Awards Banquet of the IEEE Philadelphia Section is an annual event to recognize those who have been honored for their contributions by both the Institute and the Section and by organizations whose mutual interests are associated with the IEEE.
Meeting Announcements (reaches 4,000 + recipients averaging 4-6 emails each month)
For more information, contact Michael Mayor at 484.524.3264 or email@example.com