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IEEE 2013 Today's IEEE: Career, Content, and Networking
IEEE Worlds largest technical membership association with more than 400,000 members (80,000 students) in over 160 countries Not for profit society that fosters technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. Core areas of activity – Membership – Conferences – Standards – Education – Publishing Jonathan Chew, former UCLA student branch chair (left) and William Lu, UCLA project manager, in NJ to attend the IEEE UPP Leadership Summit
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IEEE publishes: #1 journal in Electrical and Electronic Engineering 16 of the top 20 journals in Electrical and Electronic Engineering 8 of the top 10 journals in Telecommunications 6 of top 10 journals in Computer Science, Hardware & Architecture 3 of the top 5 journals in Computer Science, Cybernetics 3 of the top 5 journals in Automation & Control Systems # 1 in Artificial Intelligence # 1 in Transportation Technology # 3 in Imaging Science # 3 in Robotics # 5 in Biomedical Engineering The ISI JCR presents quantifiable statistical data that provides a systematic, objective way to evaluate the worlds leading journals (2010 report released June 2011) IEEE Journal Citation Report Results, by Impact Factor http://www.ieee.org/publications_standards/publications/journmag/journalcitations.html
150+ IEEE journals & magazines 1100+ annual IEEE conferences Approximately 3,000 IEEE standards (except Draft Standards) 27 IET journals & magazines 20+IET annual conferences 20+VDE annual conferences 600+ Wiley-IEEE eBooks 400+ MIT eBooks 300+ Educational Courses IBM Journal of Research & Development (including IBM Systems Journal) Five AIP/AVS journals Chinese journals (Tsinghua University Press, and Beijing Institute of Aerospace Information) IEEE Xplore Digital Library …
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Journals- Journals, Transactions, and Letters are the primary means for publishing technical papers concerning original work in IEEE fields of interest. –The primary purpose of Journals, Transactions, and Letters is to disclose and provide a permanent archival record of original technical work that advances the state of the art or provides novel insights. –Letters are for the publication of brief papers, usually three to four pages in length.
Magazines- Magazines are characterized by regular and continuing issues with significant technical content in addition to general news and regular columns –IEEE Communications Magazine –IEEE Microwave Magazine –IEEE Signal Processing Magazine –IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine –......
Abramovitch, D.Y. Nanotechnol. Group at Agilent Labs., Santa Clara, CA
IEEE National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC) – Authority on safety requirements for power, telephone, cable TV, and railroad signal systems Color Books: IEEE 141-1993 (Red book), IEEE 142-1991 (Green book), IEEE 1100-1999 (Emerald book), IEEE 242- 2001(Buff book) IEEE 802.3 - Ethernet IEEE 802.11- Wireless Networking IEEE 802.16 - Broadband Wireless Access (WiMAX) IEEE1547-2003 – Interconnecting distributed resources with electric power systems IEEE 519-1992 – Power systems communications – Harmonic in electric power systems IEEE 1149.1-2001 – Test technology - Test Access Port and Boundary--Scan Architecture IEEE 1012-2004 - Software Engineering – Software Verification and Validation ISO/IEC 16085 –IEEE 1450-2001- Software Life Cycle Processes-Risk Management IEEE C57.10.00-2000 – General Requirements for--Liquid- Immersed Distribution, Power, and Regulating Transformers
IEEE TaxonomyIEEE Taxonomy (PDF,374 KB) Reference Preparation Assistant STIX Fonts Web Site IEEE Style ManualIEEE Style Manual (PDF, 132 KB) Refine the Use of English in Your Manuscript IEEE "Information for Authors" kitIEEE "Information for Authors" kit (PDF, 755 KB) Graphics Checker Tool Frequently Asked Questions on Submitting Graphics (PDF, 20 KB) Frequently Asked Questions on Submitting Graphics Titles of IEEE Transactions, Journals, and MagazinesTitles of IEEE Transactions, Journals, and Magazines (PDF, 728 KB) UsingUsing Microsoft Products or PDFs to Submit Graphics (PDF, 2.2 MB)Microsoft Products or PDFs to Submit Graphics
IEEE's policy on duplicate publication states –"authors should only submit original work that has neither appeared elsewhere for publication, nor which is under review for another refereed publication. If authors have used their own previously published work(s) as a basis for a new submission, they are required to cite the previous work(s) and very briefly indicate how the new submission offers substantively novel contributions beyond those of the previously published work(s)." http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/nps/TNS.htm
Copying someone elses entire article, or a major portion of the article (more than 50%) verbatim, without credit to the original author(s) or copying your own previously published work (see redundant Publication, below). Copying a large proportion (20-50%) of someone elses work, or your own previous work, without credit. Copying without credit individual elements such as paragraphs, sentences, or illustrations, resulting in a significant portion (up to 20%) of an article. Uncredited paraphrasing of pages or paragraphs from another source. Credited verbatim copying of a major portion of an article without clear delineation, such as quotes or indents
Never submit work for review to more than one publication at the same time. Doing so risks being accepted by both publications and, consequently, multiple publications It is common in technical publishing for material to be presented at various stages of evolution. –Early ideas may be published in a workshop; more developed work in conference proceedings; and the fully developed study may be published in a journal. –IEEE guidelines require that authors fully cite their prior work. Authors must be able to demonstrate significant advances from prior publications.
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IEEE / IEEE Fellowship/Scholarship –IEEE Charles LeGeyt Fortescue Fellowship –IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Conference Travel Grants –IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Summer Research Grant –IEEE Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology Society Graduate Fellowship for Research on Electronic Packaging –IEEE Computer Society Merwin Scholarship –IEEE Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Society Graduate Student –IEEE Electron Devices Society Graduate Student Fellowship –…… IEEE Competitions –Presidents' Change the World Competition –IEEE Computer Society Simulator Design Competition –Student paper contest –…… 6/8/2014 http://ieee.org/membership_services/membership/st udents/awards/index.html
IEEE Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) http://www.ieee.org/education_careers/education/preuniversity/epics_high.html http://www.ieee.org/education_careers/education/preuniversity/epics_high.html Engineering for Change https://www.engineeringforchange.org https://www.engineeringforchange.org IEEE Xtreme 24-Hour Programming Competition http://www.ieee.org/xtreme http://www.ieee.org/xtreme IEEE Presidents Change the World Competition www.ieee.org/changetheworld www.ieee.org/changetheworld All programs driven by students and recent graduates…
What is it? –IEEEXtreme is a worldwide contest in which teams of students compete over a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems Who participates? –Teams of 2-3 students/graduate students and their proctors Why is it unique? –Worldwide, simultaneous! –International bragging rights –Top prize is a trip anywhere in the world to the IEEE event of the top teams choice IEEE Xtreme http://www.ieee.org/xtreme
IEEE Presidents Change the World Competition Global Student Contest The goal: identify a real-world problem and apply engineering, science, computing and leadership skills to solve it. Submit projects in the fall http://www.ieee125.org/change-the-world/index.html 68 This Grand Prize winner for 2012 is the team: Clean Water: Transforming a Natural Disaster into a Natural Resource from the University of Oxford. The winning team received their award at the 2012 IEEE Honors Ceremony in Boston, MA and a check for US$10,000.
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