The voting membership of IEEE annually elects officers that serve on the top-tier IEEE governing bodies. This year, three members of the Italy Section were elected. Congratulations to: Franco Maloberti, University of Pavia, elected as IEEE Division I Delegate-Elect/Director-Elect, 2021 Cecilia
The Joint event of Italy and Switzerland Sections for IEEE Day 2020 was a very successful event. This is the link here to access on ieee.tv the Life Members Session: “The Microchip Revolution and Bruno Murari’s flash back on BCD
SWITZERLAND & ITALY JOINT IEEE DAY ONLINE CELEBRATION Dear IEEE Members, We have the pleasure to invite you to join us in celebrating the IEEE Day. On this occasion, Italy and Switzerland Sections, together with the organization unit, prepared for
Dear Members, on October 12, 2020, the virtual ceremony for the 2020 Awards of IEEE Italy Section will be held. The program is reported below. 15:30 – 15:40 Opening session. 15:40 – 16:00 Section Awards Best Chapter
Congratulations to the 2020 winners of the Italy Section Awards: HONORARY AWARD 2020 – “For outstanding and pioneering contributions to the physics of quantum confined photonic systems and their applications, ranging from bandstructure engineering and the invention of Quantum Cascade
Sono stati proclamati i vincitori del concorso sponsorizzato da ABB e bandito dalla Sezione Italiana della IEEE per le migliori tesi di laurea e di dottorato sulle nuove sfide tecnologiche nell’energia e nell’industria. Considerate le limitazioni causate dalla pandemia, quest’anno
Nei giorni 18 e 25 maggio 2020, si svolgerà il seminario online dal titolo Key role of power systems in decarbonizing human activities: how to ensure security and reliability con relatore l’Ing. Bruno Cova del CESI, INDUSTRIAL DISTINGUISHED LECTURER 2019.
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