The voting membership of IEEE annually elects officers that serve on the top-tier IEEE governing bodies.
It’s time to vote in the annual election.
The annual election ballots were mailed to all eligible voters via first class postal mail. In addition to the two candidates for 2016 IEEE President-Elect, various IEEE Divisions and Regions, as well as IEEE Standards Association, IEEE Technical Activities, and IEEE-USA, will be electing their officers. Starting on 17 August, eligible voting members can access and return their ballot electronically, or return by using the postage-paid reply envelope included in their ballot package. Balloting ends at 12:00 noon (17:00 UTC) on 1 October.
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Karen Bartleson and Frederick Mintzer cover a variety of topics in videotaped interviews. In these videos, they discussed which emerging areas they believe IEEE should devote more time and resources to, and why they should receive members’ votes.
All candidates on this year’s ballot participated in a Q&A. The three questions were: