Point/Counterpoint: To Innovate or Maintain?
We live in the era of SpaceX and Blue Origin, often prioritizing breakthroughs over preserving the foundation of our existing technologies. As we devote quantifiable focus and media bandwidth to the next great technical disruption, … Continue reading Point/Counterpoint: To Innovate or Maintain?
A Message From Your 2018 IEEE Technical Activities Vice President
Thank you for your membership in IEEE. This year, through the work of volunteer-identified and member-driven ad hoc committees, TA will be focused on a number of priorities: Nurturing underserved and emerging segments including young … Continue reading A Message From Your 2018 IEEE Technical Activities Vice President
Engineering Verifiable Elections
In their article, “When Is an Election Verifiable?”, published in the June issue of IEEE Security & Privacy, Ronald L. Rivest and Philip B. Stark argue that verifiable elections currently require voter-verifiable paper ballots, demonstrably … Continue reading Engineering Verifiable Elections
Signal Processing Rockstars Imagine the Future
Music and signal processing – combining these two passions resulted in a hit for Beats on the Barbie, 2017 Signal Processing Cup champions. The team of undergraduate students used their knowledge of signal processing to … Continue reading Signal Processing Rockstars Imagine the Future
IEEE MOVEs Technology into Action for Disaster Relief
Natural disasters including multiple hurricanes, with flooding and wind damage, have recently devastated areas in the US. IEEE volunteers were able to assist in recovery efforts though IEEE MOVE Community Outreach – a mobile emergency … Continue reading IEEE MOVEs Technology into Action for Disaster Relief