It’s Time to Nominate a Coworker for an IEEE Top-Level Award

Each year, IEEE pays tribute to technical professionals whose outstanding contributions have made a lasting impact on technology and the engineering profession for humanity. The IEEE Awards program seeks nominations annually for IEEE’s top awards—Medals and Recognitions—that are given on behalf of the IEEE Board of Directors.You don’t have to…
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Volunteer Training Program Sees Record Growth As it Marks 10 Years

IEEE depends on volunteer members for many things, including organizing conferences, coordinating regional and local activities, writing standards, and deciding on IEEE’s future. But because the organization can be complex, many members don’t know what resources and roles are available to them, and they might need training on how to…
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Ethernet is Still Going Strong After 50 Years

The Xerox Palo Alto Research Center in California has spawned many pioneering computer technologies including the Alto—the first personal computer to use a graphical user interface—and the first laser printer.The PARC facility also is known for the invention of Ethernet, a networking technology that allows high-speed data transmission over coaxial…
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USC Professor’s Simulation Software Teaches Systems Engineering Topics

Azad M. Madni spent some 40 years working on artificial intelligence and simulation technologies that allowed U.S. soldiers to safely train for combat operations in virtual worlds. Now Madni—a professor of astronautics, aerospace, and mechanical engineering at the University of Southern California—is working to transform engineering education. But he hasn’t…
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