As the academic year is drawing to an end, many students have currently started their lookout for suitable jobs matching their profile. Landing in a high profiled position with a good salary package, opportunities for learning and growing inside the organization will definitely be the first choice for students who will soon be graduating as […]

We were lucky enough to catch up with a guru of Field Programmable Gate Array’s (FPGA) and Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Dr. Chris Dick. Chris is a fellow of Xilinx and is their Chief DSP Architect. Xilinx an American technology company, primarily a supplier of programmable logic devices. It is known for inventing the field-programmable gate […]

Smith Charts: A new dimension
March 1, 2016

You don’t always need highly successful people to teach you lessons, people you meet on a day to day basis can also inspire you to take career decisions which have the ability to give your life a completely different path. This is something I realised while pursuing my PhD in Telecommunications from Valencia; an exchange […]

Today we bring you a video interview with Dr. Greg Adamson who will highlight a figure who has changed to world though his innovation in the early and mid 20th century, Norbert Wiener. Norbert Wiener (November 26, 1894 – March 18, 1964) was an American mathematician and philosopher. He was professor of mathematics at MIT. A […]

Hello Young Professionals from all over the world. As part of our regular podcast series, today we speak to Dr. Yang Song. Yang was  the recipient of the IEEE Young Professional Award at GLOBECOM 2015, San Diego. Yang tell us about his career, what he is currently researching with at the IBM Almaden Research Centre, exciting developent […]

Cyber Security with Stefano Zanero
February 17, 2016

Stefano Zanero received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering from the Politecnico of Milano university, where he is currently an associate professor. His research interests focus on systems security: web application security, computer virology, malware analysis, underground economy, and in general data analysis applied to security. He has been a speaker at international scientific and technical IT conferences […]

In today’s article we bring you the story of a young female biomedical engineer, aspiring to make an impact in the world of neurogenesis and hippocampal prostheses. We are speaking to Veronika Cencen who is an extraordinary individual having lived in many countries, conducted research at different universities, competed in numerous international rhythmic gymnastics forums […]

The virtual world – Preventing online hate
January 29, 2016

Recently we had the pleasure of speaking to Dr Andre Oboler, an IEEE member who is a social media and online public diplomacy expert. Dr Oboler is CEO of the Online Hate Prevention Institute and a consultant on various online projects. He received his PhD in computer science from Lancaster University, UK and his LLM(JD) from Monash University, […]

Being a Young Professional in Bosnia & Herzegovina
December 9, 2015

Today we had the privileged of speaking to Dusanka Boskovic to learn about one of the smaller but very active IEEE groups based in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Can you tell our readers about the IEEE Section in Bosnia and Herzegovina? The IEEE Section in Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded in 2005, and we are now […]

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