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Listen On Demand: Interview with 2022 IEEE Undergraduate Teaching Award Recipient Christopher Rose
Listen to IEEE TryEngineering's Interview with Christopher Rose On Demand. Registration required. Read Article

Soyeon Yi
Innovation Unscripted Video with Soyeon Yi
Soyeon Yi, South Korea’s first astronaut, will be among the speakers on the Aeronautics Panel at the IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit. She also gives her insights about thought-provoking questions in IEEE Awards’ new Innovation Unscripted video series. Read Article

Marilyn Wolf
Spotlight on Marilyn Wolf – 2022 Kirchmayer Grad Teaching Recipient
Marilyn Wolf has been a driving force in embedded systems education and research. An advocate for women engineers, and a mentor to junior faculty and students around the world. Read Article

Muriel Medard
Muriel Medard Pioneered the Universal Decoder
MIT Professor, Médard is this year’s recipient of the IEEE Koji Kobayashi Computers and Communications Award. Read Article

2022 Medal of Honor Recipient – Microsensor and Systems Pioneer
Asad Madni, distinguished adjunct professor of electrical and computer engineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, is the 2022 Medal of Honor Recipient. Read Article

[photo] Philip T. Krein
Strategies for reducing Fossil Fuel impact of EVs
Phil Krein, an expert in power electronics and motor drives discusses the strategies for reducing the fossil-fuel impact of electric vehicles. Read Article

[photo] Elisa Bertino
Elisa Bertino’s article on securing cellular networks
Bertino's article will analyze why systematic methodologies are critical for securing communication protocols. It will also provide a high-level view of key elements of these systematic methodologies. Read Article

[photo] Philip T. Krein
Phil Krein Talks Electric Cars and Consumer Behaviors
Phil Krein addresses consumer behavior and electric vehicles - and data on how convenience is key. Read Article

Spotlight on 2022 IEEE Koji Kobayashi Award Recipient
Muriel Medard, Cecil H. Green Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at MIT receives the 2022 IEEE Koji Kobayashi Award. Read Article

AMD’s Lisa Su is the first woman to receive IEEE’s highest semiconductor award
AMD's Lisa Su receives IEEE's highest semiconductor award: The Robert N. Noyce Medal. Read about her career in this article by The Institute. Read Article

Pimentel Championing the Importance of Engineering and its Power to Improve Society
Cristiane A. Pimentel encourages women to pursue STEM careers, and developing industry-based projects for social justice. Read Article

Kaushik Rajashekar
Will Flying Cars be the future of transportation?
Read Kaushik Rajashekara's expert opinion on how Flying cars and eVTOL vehicles could change the way cities are developed, with infrastructure development around building roads and bridges minimized and several trees saved from being cut. Read Article