Welcome to the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society's website. The society strives to make it current and useful to you.
Our Field of Interest is the science, technology and application of instrumentation and measurement. Specifically, our Society fosters and promotes:
a) the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical and electronics engineering, the allied branches of the engineering profession and the related arts and sciences;
b) the advancement of the standing of its members;
c) the continuing education of members;
d) the compliance with the standards of ethical and professional conduct as set forth in the IEEE Code of Ethics, the IEEE Bylaws, and the IEEE Policy and Procedures Manual; and e) the close cooperation and exchange of technical information among members and with other professional societies and individuals who share common interests, as set forth in the Society's Field of Interest.
In these times we have to face dynamic changes. One very important agent of change is globalization. As a consequence, our membership diversity and demographics is ever-changing , thus, catering to the needs of our members around the world is of prime importance. Our Administrative Committee continues to work hard to promote our activities in as many regions of the world as possible and to serve our members through conferences, publications, educational resources, member recognition and funding chapter activities. The AdCom is also striving to develop partnerships with industry and universities to be more effective in reaching our members.
We have an excellent group of officers in our Committee and we need to hear from you so that we can serve you better. Please stay involved in our Society.
Jorge F. Daher,
President, IEEE I&M Society
IEEE INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT SOCIETY ********NEW AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT********
The IEEE I&M Society is pleased to announce a new award made available for the members of the Society. It is the J. Barry Oakes Advancement Award, created in memory of J. Barry Oakes, a long-time member and Past President of the Society. The first award will be in 2014 and nominations are now OPEN. Please find the Nomination Packet and Nomination Form. Submit nominations by November 30 via email to Judy Scharmann. The Award will be announced on February 1, 2014.
The IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) has voted to recognize the IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society’s exceptional achievements in professional development activities by awarding the IEEE I&M Society the 2013 IEEE Educational Activities Board Society/Council Professional Development Award with the following citation: “for offering comprehensive educational initiatives in the field of instrumentation and measurement to meet the life-long learning needs of its members”. This award is given to Societies or Councils whose contributions to continuing education and professional development are outstanding as evidenced by their quality, comprehensiveness, innovation or impact. The full award letter can be viewed here.