SSCS Launches New Society Sponsored Awards
The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society has created several new awards in 2019 to recognize and distinguish our members.
The new awards include:
- IEEE Brokaw Award for Circuit Elegance
- IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society New Frontier Award
- IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Innovation Education Award
- IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Industry Impact Award
If you know of a deserving candidate for any of these awards, please nominate them. Detailed descriptions about the awards as well as eligibility requirements and application instructions, can be found by clicking the links above.
If you have any questions, please contact SSCS Administrator, Lauren Caruso - email@example.com.
Vote Now - 2020-2022 AdCom Member-at-Large Election
The 2020-2022 IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Administrative Committee Member-at-Large Election is now open. If you are eligible to vote, you should have received an email with election information.
Voting can be done online - https://eballot4.votenet.com/
Voting will close on October 24, 2019 at 4:00 PM ET.
If you'd like to view a list of candidates, please click here.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming SSCS Webinar in October
The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society continues its 2019 webinar series with an upcoming webinar in October.
On October 30, 2019, at 2:00 PM ET (New York), Prof. Patrick Mercier, University of California, San Diego, will present a webinar entitled "Ultra-Low-Power Integrated Circuits and Physiochemical Sensors for Next-Generation 'Unwearables' ". Prof. Mercier's lecture will discuss emerging sensor technologies that can non-invasively monitor physiochemistry in thin, flexible, and energy-efficiency wearable devices, alongside a brief look at what kind of analytics are necessary to parse and understand this data. Prof. Mercier will also cover integrated circuits building blocks and architectures that make acquisition and telemetry of sensed information so energy-efficient that they can be easily powered from new local energy sources.
Attendees of SSCS webinars have the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units.
Did you miss a past SSCS webinar? All SSCS webinars can be viewed online on the SSCS Resource Center.