Can You Get It if You Really Want It?

I had an inspiring experience early this year. It was unexpected, which made its impact feel even greater. It left me contemplating what more we can do as IEEE and in Technical Activities.



I first served on the IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB) in 2003. By the end of that year serving as the Vice President of Technical Activities (TA) was the last thing I imagined ever doing.

A Message from the 2023 Technical Activities Vice President

A Message from the 2023 Technical Activities Vice President

Dear Colleagues, We have reached the end of the year, a good time to reflect on what we accomplished and look forward to what comes next. Our strategic priorities for 2023 include participation in the

Mid-year Progress Report And Looking Forward

(WIE  meeting in Atlanta at VIC) Dear Colleagues, The mid-point of the year is a good time to take stock of progress on our priorities. Our strategic priorities in 2023 include timely issues like engagement

A Message from the 2023 Technical Activities Vice President

Dear Colleagues, I am honored to have served as the 2023 Vice President of IEEE Technical Activities (TA). Over the course of my nearly decade long involvement in the Technical Activities Board (TAB) in various

Building Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Communities in TAB

“As advocates for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), we lead by the philosophy that if someone is the smartest person in the room, they are in the wrong room,” says Dalma Novak, Chair of the

Around the Technical Community

A selection of stories highlighting the diversity of recent accomplishments of members, volunteers, and organizational units around Technical Activities IEEE and Climate Change: Leveraging Global Expertise: 2022 Technical Activities Vice President, Bruno Meyer, believes that

What is the IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB)?

The first in a series of articles illustrating TAB contributions to the vitality of IEEE Over the next four editions, we will be sharing more about the IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB) and how it

Engineering Verifiable Elections

In their article, “When Is an Election Verifiable?”, published in the June issue of IEEE Security & Privacy, Ronald L. Rivest and Philip B. Stark argue that verifiable elections currently require voter-verifiable paper ballots, demonstrably