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person has to be an IEEE senior member in good standing with five years of service in any grade of membership excluding affiliates, and who has made significant contributions in any of these areas: product development, systems, applications or operations, project management or construction, process development, manufacturing innovations, or codes or standards development.

Adler notes that it could be someone who develops a process to produce a product that may have been designed by others, and that has had a major impact. For example, among Fellows in the Application Engineer/Practitioner category, were those who invented and standardized elements of optical transmission systems, developed applications for satellite data and airborne LDARI (light detection and ranging imagery), researched signal processing for acoustics and sound reproduction, and provided technical leadership of a project that turned novel concepts for computer architecture into commercial processors.

Nominations for the class of 2010 are now being accepted. Nomination instructions, forms and additional information are available on the Fellows web site at http://www.ieee.org/fellows. Submitted by Frank Romano, Administrator, Fellow Activities

Call for Fellow Nominations. Nominations are being accepted for the IEEE Fellows class of 2010. The rank of IEEE Fellow is the institute’s highest member grade bestowed on an IEEE Senior Member who has had an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest. Senior Members can be nominated in one of four categories: application engineer/practitioner, research engineer/scientist, educator, or technical leader.

Region

Regular Student

Total

R1

8

2

10

R2

4

1

5

R3

4

4

8

R4

3

2

5

R5

6

0

6

R6

2

1

3

R7

7

7

14

R8

11

34

44

R9

5

39

44

R10

13

42

53

TOTAL

63

132

195

JUNE 2008

The number of WIE Affinity Groups

around the world continues to grow! Thirteen new Affinity Groups have formed in 2008, with 11 pending formation.

WIE AFFINITY GROUPS

Total Growth of WIE Affinity Groups

The Fellows Web pages contain information regarding the history of the IEEE Fellows program, the nomination process, access to the Fellows Nomination Kit, lists of Fellows who are eligible to be references and more about the Fellow program. Please visit the Fellow’s website at http://www.ieee.org/fellows. Submitted by Frank Romano, Administrator, Fellow Activities

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A WIE MEMBER? WIE membership is FREE to Student, Graduate Student, and Life Members, and just $25 for other IEEE Members. Join WIE.

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