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April 3rd, 2014

La Reunión Regional es un evento que se realiza a cada año, los participantes son los miembros del Comité Regional de la R9 que en sí se refiere a la unión de: Presidentes de Sección, Presidentes de Consejo, Presidentes de Comités Regulares y Miembros del Comité Ejecutivo, todos ellos con derecho a voto en las decisiones a tomar.

En esta reunión se fijan las líneas de la región 9 en beneficio de todos los miembros (estudiantes y profesionales) y de la sociedad, lo cual impacta positivamente en el desarrollo de la región, y afianza los vínculos entre los países de Latinoamérica y el Caribe.

 

April 2nd, 2014

50Th Anniversary for PR&C Section

  • La IEEE Puerto Rico y Caribe cumple su 50ta Aniversario,

Sección profesional Fundada el 23 de Marzo de 1964. (1964 – 2014).

25th Anniversary for Western Puerto Rico Section

· Sección profesional Fundada el 18 de Agosto de 1989 – Celebrando sus 25 años!

 

IEEE PR&C-50Y-ENG IEEE Puerto Rico Oeste

 

 

 

April 1st, 2014
March 14th, 2014

 

NoticIEEEro #86

Medio oficial de noticias publicado por IEEE Región 9, América Latina y el Caribe / Oficial news media published by IEEE Region 9, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Los contenidos de cualquier índole publicados en esta página son expuestos para su discusión si así lo ameritan y pueden no representar o reflejar necesariamente los puntos de vista del IEEE y la Región 9, ya que sólo se trata de un espacio de interacción comunitaria.

Edición Digital #86 :

http://issuu.com/noticieeero/docs/noticieeero_86

December 27th, 2013

 

“The Puerto Rico &  the Caribbean board member (current treasurer) Luis A. Tatis has graduated from the IEEE volunteer program – The VOLT Program.”

 

The VOLT pilot includes a weekly hour-long live webinar session, which was recorded for those who couldn’t attend in person. One session each month included overviews by staff representatives from the IEEE Operations Center, in Piscataway, N.J., of the various organizational units, their structure, their role within IEEE, and the resources they each made available to volunteers.

 

VOLT- PROGRAM IEEE - CERTIFICATE-2013-LTM-1                       VOLT- PROGRAM IEEE - CERTIFICATE-2013-LTM-2

 

 

November 22nd, 2013

The VOLT pilot includes a weekly hour-long live webinar session, which was recorded for those who couldn’t attend in person. One session each month included overviews by staff representatives from the IEEE Operations Center, in Piscataway, N.J., of the various organizational units, their structure, their role within IEEE, and the resources they each made available to volunteers. Other sessions dealt with IEEE’s products and services, such as the IEEE Center for Leadership Excellence, a repository for all the organization’s leadership and volunteer training materials, and SAMIEEE, an online database that breaks down membership statistics section by section. Homework was assigned every other month, with a final team project due in November. Optional “how to” demonstrations gave students an opportunity to tell the others how they had put what they learned to use.

SAMIEE, in particular, was a hit with both Idrees and Musgrove. Idrees found it “an incredible way to discover the many features of the IEEE geographic and member database, and it has helped me ever since. I have developed an efficient local database for sharing information quickly with our members.”

Both Idrees and Musgrove say they have already applied the skills they learned to their professional lives.

“My time-, people-, and activity-management skills have all improved over the past few months,” says Idrees. “And this has made me a better leader, locally and globally.”

A representative from each of the five teams will make a presentation on their final projects via WebEx remote conferencing to a forum of MGA directors during the IEEE Meeting Series, being held in November in New Brunswick, N.J. The projects dealt with identifying products and services provided by IEEE’s organizational units and finding ways to leverage them for a greater effect at the local level.

“This will be a good opportunity for the VOLT participants to be exposed to the MGA Board and a chance for the Board to see the effects of this pilot,” says Arellano.

- Did You Know…. 

that the VOLT pilot project was highlighted in this months edition of the Institute.  Two of our members were interviewed .  Check it out at the below URL.

http://theinstitute.ieee.org/career-and-education/career-guidance/training-program-aims-at-ieees-volunteers

VOLT - MGA_Board

VOLT – Volunteer Participants

VOLT - MGA_Board

VOLT – MGA_Board

November 12th, 2013

 

1936 - 2013

1936 – 2013

Ing. Fernando Pérez Bracetti – IEEE Life Member

Ha fallecido 1936 -2013

“Gracias por su legado y muchos de nosotros egresados de la universidad politécnica y compañeros de la asociación IEEE sentimos su perdida”.

Que descanse en paz!

Documento adjunto:

Ing. Fernando Pérez Bracetti – 1936 -2013 IEEE Life Member.

October 9th, 2013

Nueva edición del NoticIEEEro Latinoamericano # 85, Es un medio privilegiado para que los miembros del Comité Regional de la R9, los Presidentes de los Consejos, Secciones y Ramas Estudiantiles, de los Grupos de Afinidad y ad-hoc, tomen contacto con toda la membresía de la Región y grupos humanos afines, sobre inquietudes de interés general para América Latina y el Caribe.

http://issuu.com/noticieeero/docs/noticieeero_85

Edición Digital para descarga :

NoticIEEEro_85

October 1st, 2013

Happy IEEEE Day!!        Happy IEEEE Day!! GOLD

September 18th, 2013
IEEE logo

Dear Puerto Rico & the Caribbean Members (Region 9 )
IEEE Day 2013 is going to be held on Tuesday 1 October, celebrating the anniversary of the first time IEEE members gathered to share their technical ideas in 1884.
This is a wonderful opportunity for you to connect your members to IEEE on a local and global scale.
Since the first IEEE Day event in 2010, the number of events worldwide has grown 50% to more than 160. To help the IEEE Day movement grow even larger, WE NEED YOU.
Section and Chapter leadership engagement is critical to IEEE Day’s success!
Here are some ways you can get involved:

  • Find information about the event at www.ieeeday.org
  • Plan local networking events, seminars, or meetings around 1 Oct. 2013
  • Submit information about your events to the map at www.ieeeday.org
  • Encourage members to submit relevant local images to the photo contest!

Some comments from organizers of events already being planned for IEEE Day 2013:

  • “This year we are planning to conduct some collaborative sessions, workshops and awareness programs with the government sector, industry and academia to highlight the importance of technological advancement in the society and the role of IEEE in it.”
  • “.. us[ing] this platform to connect with young students/entrepreneurs who can make a difference to Innovation and Technology.”
  • “Green technology workshops and training will be arranged.”

The most up-to-date information can always be found on the IEEE Day homepage: www.ieeeday.org
Don’t forget social media, as everyone can follow IEEE Day on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
Thank you for all you do for the members of IEEE.

Regards,
Ralph M. Ford, Ph.D. IEEE 2013 Vice-President, Member & Geographic Activities