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New Scottish Tartan Reflects the Colors of IEEE
The City of Glasgow Designed the Tartan to Honor 30 Years of Hosting IEEE Conferences
By Jeremiah Daniels
THE INSTITUTE The Glasgow Convention Bureau created the IEEE Glasgow tartan to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first meeting of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP) held in the city.
A tartan is a patterned cloth that visually represents a family or clan. The IEEE Glasgow tartan is a modern-day representation of belonging for IEEE members. The tartan, woven in Scotland using traditional methods, consists of crisscross bands, using blue to represent knowledge, integrity, expertise, and stability and white to represent light, safety, and purity.
The cloth was presented to IEEE President José Moura by Glasgow’s mayor, Eva Bolander, during a celebratory dinner held on 17 September. Top volunteers from IEEE Region 8 and Glasgow attended the ceremony, as well as representatives from nearby universities.
One was IEEE Senior Member James Irvine, a professor of electrical and electronic engineering at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. He fondly recalls that first conference, which was chaired by IEEE Life Fellow Tariq Durrani, now a research professor at the university.
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Susan K. “Kathy” Land Is 2020 IEEE President-Elect
She has led many IEEE organizations including the Computer Society, Standards Association, and Technical Activities
THE INSTITUTE IEEE Fellow Susan K. “Kathy” Land has been chosen as 2020 IEEE president-elect. She will begin serving as president on 1 January 2021.
Land, who was nominated by the IEEE Board of Directors, received 23,147 votes in the elections. Fellow Dejan Milojicic received 18,392 votes.
At press time, the results were unofficial until the IEEE Board of Directors accepts the IEEE Tellers Committee report in November.
IEEE’s New Open Access Journals Call for Papers
THE INSTITUTE IEEE is seeking article submissions for its new gold fully open access journals.
Gold open access refers to articles being made open access through the payment of a fee- called an article processing charge (APC)—by the author.
The new journals will be fully open access and will publish articles within the specialized field of interest of the sponsoring society. With these journals, the organization is committed to helping further scientific research and supporting accessibility to technological information.