Two IEEE Life Fellows Honored With 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics

IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, is proud to announce that two IEEE Life Fellows, Dr. Arthur Ashkin and Dr. Gérard Mourou, and Dr. Donna Strickland, were awarded the prestigious 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics by The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. All honorees have been dedicated contributors… Read more

IEEE Sweden members invited to seminar on Internet of Things – Connected Vehicles!

  SER (Svenska Elektro- & Dataingenjörers Riksförening) is hosting a seminar on 17 Oct 2017 at KTH in Stockholm, and has kindly invited IEEE Sweden members to participate! The hot topic is ‘Internet of Things – Connected Vehicles’, with researchers from Ericsson, Scania and Northstream as speakers. Please visit and register on the following web site: http://www.ser.se/iot-seminarium-2017/ Please… Read more

MGA Achievement Award 2016

IEEE Sweden WIE Chairperson Nasim Farahini has been selected as the Recipient of the very prestigious MGA Achievement Award 2016: For her outstanding contributions in promoting student activities, and for establishing and reinforcing the network of women engineers in the IEEE Sweden Section. Read more about the awards here.

The very first IEEE Milestone in Sweden – “Gotland HVDC link, 1954” awarded to ABB and Vattenfall

May 15th, 2017 is a proud and a special day. The very first IEEE milestone in Sweden was dedicated at a ceremony at the HVDC (High Voltage Direct Current) station at Ygne, Gotland, Sweden “The Gotland HVDC Link was the world’s first commercial HVDC transmission link using the first submarine HVDC cable. It connected the… Read more

IEEE Chalmers Student Branch Revived

  As some of you know, the key initiator of the IEEE Sweden Section and the first Chair was the IEEE Fellow Torkel Wallmark (1919 – 2007), Professor in solid state physical electronics at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. The first Student Branch in Sweden was at Chalmers in 1966. (For more details, please… Read more