Activities and Ventures
The I&M Society has several primary activities. It publishes the Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement and the Instrumentation and Measurement Magazine. The society also supports Technical Committees and sponsors conferences. The Technical Committees prepare technical standards and each committee provides additional guidelines for particular technical arenas. Conferences, of course, are important for networking and exchanging the latest technical information.
The society plans to enhance its programs by providing more educational avenues and technical materials. Here are some ventures that the I&M leadership is currently developing:
• education through the International Measurement University (IMU),
• conference tutorials, both paid and free,
• free web tutorials,
• Distinguished Lecturer Program,
• website utility and second Life on IEEE site,
• books on instrumentation fundamentals.
We are considering more possibilities, too. Your thoughts and suggestions are most welcome. We would love to have more people involved in these activities and future ones, too. Please consider volunteering and collaborating with us to provide even greater value to you and for our membership.
We frequently update the I&M Society's website at http://www.ieee-ims.org/main/. It is a good starting point for checking out the current activities and initiatives of the society and where you might contribute.
President, IEEE I&M Society
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT
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IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)
San Antonio, TX
February 22-24, 2011
Binjiang, Hangzhou, China
May 10-12, 2011
Graduate Student Panel Discussion at I2MTC
Attention, Students! Looking for something at I2MTC 2011 that is just for you?
The IEEE I&M Society is pleased to announce plans for the Graduate Student Panel Discussion at I2MTC 2011 in Hangzhou, China. Want to get involved? Volunteer to serve as a Panelist, or submit your suggestions for discussion topics to Kristen Donnell. More information can be found in the Student Activities section under the Membership Tab of the I&M Society webpage.
Graduate Fellowship Grant
The I&M Society is pleased to announce the Graduate Fellowship Grant, to support and encourage graduate-level research in the areas of Instrumentation and Measurement, and the Faculty Course Development Grant, to support and encourage faculty members to develop a new course or significantly revise an existing course with specific focus on Instrumentation and/or Measurement, taught in an engineering/physics/science curriculum. Details on the grants can be found in the Education area of the I&M website. For questions, please contact Kristen Donnell.