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THE INSTITUTE Finding all the continuing-education programs IEEE offers used to require searching more than 40 websites, platforms, and portals. That’s no longer the case. The new IEEE Learning Network (ILN) is a centralized website that provides access to more than 700 courses, webinars, and eLearning programs.
“We are all committed to providing the best possible learning experience to IEEE members and others in the engineering and technical community,” says Witold Kinser, vice president, IEEE Educational Activities. “We are pleased to offer this easy-to-use portal to help people find the IEEE educational content they need to advance in their career.”
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IEEE would like to invite you to explore society Resource Centers. Visit the Resource Centers and utilize all of the valuable content that is provided such as tutorials and conference videos and slides. All material is consolidated in one location and made available to society members for free.
This valuable content is also available to non-members for a small fee! The IEEE Resource Centers is organized by content type and is user-friendly, making it very easy to locate and view. Now you can go to your IEEE society Resource Centers to find and view content that will help you expand your knowledge base.
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Watch the 2019 VIC Summit & Honors Ceremony Videos
Presentation videos from the 3rd annual IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges (VIC) Summit & Honors Ceremony are available to watch now on the Awards Ceremony Showcase page of IEEE.tv. See valuable presentations from the VIC Summit, robot demos, and the presentation of each of IEEE’s highest awards.
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IEEE-USA's August Free E-Book: Thomas Edison--Man of the Millennium--Vol. 1: The Legacy
IEEE-USA's August Free E-Book Looks at the Legacy of Thomas Edison--The World's Greatest Inventor
Thomas Edison provided us with a lifetime legacy of highly creative invention. He and his staff kept project details in the 4,000 lab notebooks they left behind. Edison may have spent a great deal of time in his labs, but he did not create all his prototypes himself. He personally handpicked his very capable staff, and worked with them to transform his ideas into three-dimensional models for testing. Hiring the right people was a hallmark of his most inventive mind.
New Features Added to IEEE Payment Manager
New Features Added to IEEE Payment Manager
This summer, MCE will roll out the next phase of IEEE Payment Manager, which will expand the services and benefits offered to conference organizers, including options to send international wire transfers in USD, CAD, or Euro through the online portal.
Other notable enhancements include:
- Display of account balances to verify sufficient funds
- Conversion feature shows USD equivalent for non-USD requests
- Ability to select expense classifications for all payment methods via an easy-to-use dropdown menu
To submit requests via IEEE Payment Manager, please visit:payments.ieee.org.
For questions about the application, please contact:email@example.com.
2020 IEEE Technical Field Award Recipients and Citations
2020 Award Recipients
1. IEEE BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING AWARD—recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of biomedical engineering—sponsored by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society and the IEEE Signal Processing Society—to
F. STUART FOSTER (FIEEE)—Full Professor, Medical Biophysics, Faculty of Medicine, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Imaging Institute, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
“For contributions to the field of high-resolution imaging.”
2. IEEE CLEDO BRUNETTI AWARD—for outstanding contributions to nanotechnology and technologies for microsystem miniaturization—sponsored by the Brunetti Bequest—to
Manage Your Research Data with IEEE DataPort
IEEE is proud to introduce you to IEEE DataPort™, a valuable, easily accessible data platform that can significantly enhance your research efforts. Upload and store standard or open-access datasets for free with the option to link your paper submission.
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