[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

Add Your Congrats for Dave Bankowski on Award Presentation
Add Your Congrats for Dave Bankowski on Award Presentation on the kudoboard. Dave will be presented the award virtually at the November 2021 BoD series. 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

James L. Coleman
2021 Recipient, James J. Coleman, Talks Paradigm shifts in Semiconductor Layers
In the EE times article, James Coleman talks about Strained Semiconductor Layers and how for 40 years since the invention of the transistor, there was one inviolable rule about multiple epitaxial layers of different materials: heterostructures. Read Article

Evelyn Hu’s Semiconductor Engineering Article on qubits
Evelyn Hu's article: Where Imperfections Lead To Opportunity in Semiconductor Engineering Read Article

Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories Now Sponsors Two IEEE Awards
Want to know even more about the recipients of IEEE’s highest-level awards, such as: What hobbies do they have? Read Article

IEEE Electronics Packaging Award Becomes IEEE Rao R. Tummala Electronics Packaging Award
A new IEEE Medal will be presented for the first time in 2021 at the virtual IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit & Honors Ceremony—the IEEE Mildred Dresselhaus Medal. Read Article