As an expert in radiation detectors for high-energy physics and medical applications, Dr. Cinzia Da Vià has dedicated her career to understanding what our world is made of—and how that knowledge can best further humanity. The Italian physicist, who now splits time between Manchester, United Kingdom, and Long Island, New York, has been a leader in her field for decades, … [Read more...] about Women to Watch: Reaching Beyond: Da Vià bringing people together.
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Congratulations to 2022 IEEE Computer Society Golden Core Award recipient and 2023 President-Elect Candidate Jyotika Athavale, a longstanding IEEE volunteer and IEEE Senior Member who serves as a senior technical leader in automotive functional safety at NVIDIA. For more about this article see link below. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9940512 For the open … [Read more...] about Women to Watch: Building Safe, Robust Autonomous Vehicles: Athavale propels emerging technologies
The arrival of 2023 means the end to Jenifer Castillo’s role as IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) Committee chair and she is looking back fondly—but realistically—at two years of accomplishment. “We achieved a lot of great administrative things as a committee that I know the members will not necessarily perceive,” she says, laughing. “Those will certainly help WIE keep growing,” … [Read more...] about WIE From Around the World: Farewell to IEEE WIE Chair Jenifer Castillo! Missions accomplished
Olivia Brown and Victoria Helus like to joke that they came of age alongside artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (although technically the concepts were born well before they were). Now in their very early 30s, the women are “paying it forward” in a way, teaching students what they wish they would have learned about the space prior to entering college. The result … [Read more...] about Pipelining: Attractive Programs for Women. OpenMindEd AI: Broadening knowledge of artificial intelligence.
When I joined my academic institution in 1994 as the first female engineer faculty member in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, I was astounded that the number of women students in the department was far lower than when I was a student. For more about this article see link below. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9940507 For the open access PDF link … [Read more...] about Letter From the Editor: Celebrating 25 Years of IEEE WIE