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 […]

Industry ready in Bangalore
November 8, 2015

The ties between IEEE Young Professionals and Industry is crucial. In today’s article we highlight the work of IEEE Young Professionals in Bangalore and how they are ensuring that ensuring industry readiness through a series of events run earlier this year. The A and A of IoT: A Tutorial on Arduino and Android  Organised at […]

IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Young Reviewers Program The Young Reviewers Program (YRP) is intended to introduce the Robotics and Automation Society’s young members to the best practices in peer-reviewing of scientific papers. This is achieved by establishing a mentor–mentee relationship in which Senior Reviewers (SR) give reviewing assignments to the Junior Reviewers (JR) and […]

Why your Network is your Net Worth
October 12, 2015

Networking is one of the most powerful and useful acts an individual can undertake to advance their career. Your network can help you build visibility, connect you with influencers, and create new opportunities. However, as professionals who work in technology development and management we often overlook the importance of this attribute. Given that I was born in […]

Entrepreneurship

Tamas Haidegger is the CEO/CTO of Hand-in- Scan & Adjunct Professor at Obuda University in Hungary Budapest. He is highly active within IEEE through the Robotics and Automation Society and currently representing Young Professionals. We interviewed him today to find out more about his research and his startup product Hand-in-Scan. Here is what he had to […]

Today we bring you an IEEE IMPACT exclusive interview with the 2016 IEEE President Elect candidates. The IEEE Board of Directors has nominated Senior Member Karen Bartleson and Life Fellow Frederick “Fred” Mintzer as candidates for 2016 IEEE president-elect. They are set to face off in the annual election later this year. The winner will […]

The third edition of the prestigious IEEE Region 10 Student/ Young Professionals/ Women in Engineering Congress 2015 was held Colombo, Sri Lanka from 9th July to 12th July, 2015. The congress began on a high note with the first ever IEEE Cricket league played between different sections. This fostered a sense of healthy competitive spirit […]

How do we use bacteria that can eat and breathe electricity using renewable resources to produce something we can use? This could potentially be very powerful here in Australia as we have abundance of land, sun and wind but in areas that aren’t populated” says Dr Ashley Franks. Dr. Ashley Franks is a researcher at […]

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