Dr. David Kaber earns the grade of Senior Member with the IEEE
Recently the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, pronounced “Eye-triple-E,”) promoted ISE professor, David Kaber, to Senior Member. The grade of Senior Member requires experience reflecting professional maturity. All candidates must have 10 or more years of experience as an engineer, scientist, educator, technical executive, or originator in IEEE-designated fields and have demonstrated 5 years of significant performance.
The ISE department would like to thank Dr. Mladen Vouk, department head and professor of computer science, for nominating Dr. Kaber for this honor along with Drs. Tom Sheridan (MIT) and Ellen Bass (Drexel University). Only 7% of IEEE members are promoted to senior member.
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