Podcasts and Contributed Articles

Engineering Solutions to Women’s Health
2023 IEEE Biomedical Engineering Award Recipient, Dr. Ramanujam is an innovator, educator, and entrepreneur. Her mission is to develop technology that has wide-reaching impacts on women’s health. Read Article

His revolutionary innovations improve the lives of people with disabilities
2022 IEEE Biomedical Engineering Award Recipient, Rory Cooper, has improved the lives of those with disabilities. Read Article

IEEE Top 2022 Medal of Honor Awardee, Dr. Madni Shares Deep Lessons
From airplanes to automobiles to spacecraft, sensor innovations have revolutionized navigation and stability in aerospace and automotive systems, helping to save lives around the world. Read Article

Leader who optimized global streaming
Alan Bovik, 2022 IEEE Edison Medal Recipient, talks about how vision uses half of our brains and how global streaming and videos have evolved. Listen to his full podcast on Building the Future. Hear Podcast

Argo Program is making Waves
Q&A with the Argo Program and how they are using robotic instruments to assess the impact on climate change. Read Article

P.R. Kumar’s article on Security of Cyber-Physical Systems
Cyber-physical systems are the next generation of systems where cyber attacks can cause economic damage or physical harm. Read Article

Asad M. Madni
2022 IEEE Medal of Honor Recipient Asad Madni Talks with EE Times On Air
2022 IEEE Medal of Honor Recipient Asad Madni Talks with EE Times On Air Hear Podcast

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