With the global advent of the unprecedented Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the countries closed  their borders as the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency alert. While the worldwide spread overwhelms the healthcare systems, neither the treatment nor the vaccine is yet in the market for fast-moving coronavirus disease. This article lists the innovative engineering […]

Power to Gas System
October 30, 2020

Power to Gas (P2G or PtG) system converts surplus electrical energy from Renewable Energy Sources (RES) such as wind, solar, and hydropower to produce gases by performing water electrolysis. The purpose of the P2G system is for long- term energy storage and clean environment. Oxygen can be released to the atmosphere or stored in tanks […]

Make Engineering Great, Again?…
November 11, 2019

On a recent episode of Fareed Zakaria GPS (appearing in the US on CNN), Dr Susan Rice the former National Security Advisor for the Obama Administration made a profound comment about the topic of ‘process’. When asked about the current US administration she lamented ‘there’s no process to current national security decision making’. While one […]

Spotlight on Consumer Electronics Young Professionals
September 17, 2016

Assistant Editor Sarang Shaikh speaks to the Consumer Electronics Young Professional Chair Abdullah S. Almuttiri. Abdullah has dedicated some of his time to actively serve in several IEEE positions and roles, including being the Consumer Electronics Society (CESoc) Young Professionals Committee Chair, IEEE Student Branch President at De Montfort University, Member of IEEE Global Young Professionals […]

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 […]

YP Member Spotlight – Anthony Deese
September 21, 2015

IEEE PES Young Professionals is an international community of enthusiastic, dynamic, and innovative members and volunteers. A spotlight on selected PES YP members is provided here to provide insight into this great community. These members provide unique insight into their education, career goals and progression, and personal lives. Anthony please tell us about yourself  I am […]

Life on Oil and Gas rigs: An IEEE insider view
September 18, 2015

Today we bring you an exciting inside view of what it is like to be an engineer on oil and gas rigs. We interview Loai Khalayli an active IEEE member who provides us with detailed information about his life and how he ended up working in this exciting industry. 1.       Loai Please tell us a […]

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NASA and IEEE Young Professionals
August 3, 2015

As an initiative taken by IEEE Southern Alberta section and Astronomy Teacher Training Institute (ATTI), a solar evening was held at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada on 4th February’ 15. Dr. Philip Scherrer, Professor, Stanford University and Dr. Deborah Scherrer, Director, Stanford Solar Center were the guest speakers at the event. The main focus […]

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