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The IEEE community and its far-reaching efforts to advance innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity are often highlighted in top-tier media outlets worldwide.

 

Past news coverage: 2010 September - December

Shao Yun: The Monitoring of Geo-Hazards Call for Remote Sensing Technology (邵芸:应加强微波遥感对地质灾害的监测作用) (Chinese Version)
Science Times, China
27 December 2010

Dr. Shao Yun, IEEE member, discusses the application of remote sensing technology in relation to the Wenchuan earthquake and the opportunities/challenges that can be widely applied to the monitoring other geo-hazards.

“IEEE tem missão de fazer a assistência à saúde voltar a ser personalizada” (Portuguese Version)
Hospitais Brasil website, Brazil
20 December 2010

IEEE technical experts discuss a collaborative approach to healthcare.


IEEE: On a Mission to Make Healthcare Personal, Again (Chinese Version)
cechina.cn, China
20 December 2010

Members of IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional association, are advancing the application of engineering sciences and technology with medicine and biology to make healthcare personal again.

Getting Serious About Renewable Energy
Energy Digital, UK
16 December 2010

IEEE Member Gerry Coates explains why renewable energy must be at the top of our global agenda.

“Novas tecnologias permitem melhor atendimento médico” (Portuguese Version)
Hospitalar.com, Brazil
15 December 2010

IEEE technical experts discuss a collaborative approach to healthcare.


IEEE: On a Mission to Make Healthcare Personal, Again (Chinese Version)
eeworld.com, China
9 December 2010

Members of IEEE, the world's largest technical professional association, are advancing the application of engineering sciences and technology with medicine and biology to make healthcare personal again.

IEEE: On a Mission to Make Healthcare Personal, Again (Chinese Version)
news-mediacal.net, China
8 December 2010

Members of the IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional association, are advancing the application of engineering sciences and technology with medicine and biology to make healthcare personal again.

Living with Robots: Are You Prepared?

International Life, UK
8 December 2010

IEEE Member Antonio Espingardeiro outlines why he believes that robots will be fully integrated into our lives in under 20 years.

Emerging Direct Current Technologies for Sub-sea Electricity Supply and Distribution (
Portuguese Version)
Scientific American Brasil online, Brazil
8 December 2010

IEEE member Dragan Jovcic discusses subsea cabling, and its role in electricity distribution and offshore oil development.

About 150 Teachers and Students to Receive Technical English Training Next Year (Chinese Version)
Tianjin Morning Post, China
6 December 2010

IEEE co-hosted 2010 Workshop on the Reform of Higher Engineering Education with Tianjin University. IEEE will cooperate with China key universities by organizing a Technical English workshop in 2011. 150 educators and students from China universities are expected to participate.

China Higher Engineering Education Calls for Reforms (Chinese Version)
Tianjin Morning Post, China
3 December 2010

IEEE co-hosted 2010 Workshop on the Reform of Higher Engineering Education with Tianjin University. Gong Ke, President of Tianjin University commented on the trends and challenges of the reform of engineering education.

Unwanted Takeovers (German Version) (PDF, 959KB)
IT Management, Germany
2010 December 

IEEE Member Dr. Thorsten Holz discusses how botnets present a major cyber threat for both private IT users as well as companies. The article describes different kind of botnets, how they can be detected, and how an administrator can protect an IT system from being compromised.

University hits the right note (PDF, 655KB)
Engineering Opportunities, UK
30 November 2010

IEEE Member Alan Winfield discusses the creative engineering subjects that are offered at UWE.

Asia big on providing clean energy
ZDNet Asia, India/APAC 
11 November 2010

Article references IEEE Spectrum Survey on Green Technology Patents, and quotes Daman Sood, IEEE senior member, discussing that Asia still looks to the West and Japan for the latest green tech innovations. However, the region is ahead in adoption, particularly in CDM (clean development mechanism) projects, which he attributed to Asia's large population and to major developing economies such as India and China.

3D TV ‘is not just a gimmick.’
PC Retail, UK
9 November 2010

IEEE Fellow Stu Lipoff affirms that 3D TV is ‘not just a gimmick’ and that sales are strong.

Study: Sleepiness a factor in 17% of road deaths
USA Today, US 
8 November 2010

IEEE Member Azim Eskandarian discusses drowsy driving and its impact on crash rates.


Time to change clocks back: is Daylight Savings Time worth the cost?
San Diego Union-Tribune, US 
6 November 2010

IEEE Senior Member Tom Coughlin discusses the hidden costs of Daylight Savings Time.


Eletrônicos e humanos: Uma nova relação no século XXI (Electronics and humans: a new relationship in the 21st century)
(Portuguese Version)
2010Convergência Digital, Brazil 
4 November 2010

IEEE Member Larry Zhang discusses key trends in consumer electronics.


Internet’s Undersea Cables Need Revamp to Prevent Catastrophe
SecurityNewsDaily, US
4 November 2010

IEEE Senior Member Karl Rauscher discusses why Internet's undersea infrastructure needs to be revamped to ensure critical global Internet communication.


Chips can Expand Hospital Automation
(Portuguese Version)
Convergência Digital, Brazil 
3 November 2010

IEEE Senior Member Paulo Miyagi comments on the future of medical access cards.


HEXUS.TalkingShop: the IEEE, gadgets and the future of 3D TV
Hexus.channel, UK
2 November 2010

IEEE Fellow Stu Lipoff discusses the IEEE gadgets and the future of 3DTV with Scott Bicheno from Hexus.channel.

Revolution on the Street (German: Revolution auf der Straße) (German Version)
stern.de
16 October 2010

IEEE Senior Member Christoph Stiller discusses how cars will communicate in 20-years from today, without the need for human intervention.

The Rising Tide of Outages
Connected Planet Online, USA
7 October 2010

IEEE Senior Life Member Massoud Amin discusses moving towards a greener, more resilient Smart Grid.

Professionals Develop Access Card for Patient Medical Information (PDF, 177KB)
Hospitalar.com, Brazil
5 October 2010

IEEE Senior Member Paulo Miyagi discusses the development of a patient medical records access card to maintain patients’ medical history; avoiding diagnostic errors and delayed treatment.

Engineered Garden
Alternative Energy Magazine, USA
28 September 2010

IEEE Senior Life Member Venkappa Gani explains how he created a completely sustainable garden and living space.

The truth about ethanol-According to Venkat Lakshmi
Energy Digital, UK
28 September 2010

Senior IEEE member Dr. Venkat Lakshmi discusses the environmental, societal and economic impacts of using ethanol as an alternative fuel source.

Celebrating ‘World Green Building Week’ for Sustainable Development
Delhi Greens blog, India
25 September 2010

The article covers India’s activities for World Green Building Week, an activity that is celebrated annually to draw attention to the role of green buildings in the creation of healthier and more sustainable communities.

New medical-image storage technology may ease burden on hospital CIOs
Connected Planet - Telehealth Coverage, USA
13 September 2010

IEEE Senior Member Yadin David explains the value of Telehealth to extend the reach of health care services to third world countries and areas affected by disasters.

Organic Gardening and Rainwater Harvesting: Sustainable Living by Example
Mother Earth News, USA
8 September 2010

IEEE Senior Life Member Venkappa Gani built a completely sustainable garden complete with solar panels and a rain water harvesting system.  

Development of High-speed Railway Wireless and Mobile Communication, an Interview with Prof. Xuming Fang, the Chairman of Chengdu Section, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society 
Software Weekly, China
6 September 2010

IEEE Member Xuming Fang an expert in Wireless and Mobile Communication, discusses high-speed railway communication in China.  

De Vuelta A La Escuela (PDF, 1.02 MB)
B:Secure, Mexico
September 2010

IEEE Members Matt Bishop and Deborah Frincke share insights with teachers about starting the year off right when teaching IT Security.

 
 

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