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Baltimore Section Announcements

ExCom Officer Nominations for 2021

A message from the Officer Nominations and Elections Chair: David Kisak

Welcome to the 2021 IEEE Baltimore Section Officer Election!  I would like to take this opportunity to personally express my sincere appreciation for you being an IEEE member!

Our duty and responsibility is to ensure that your voting rights are protected and you are confident that your vote is accurately cast and tabulated.  We will utilize the vTools.Voting system for our elections.  Please sign in to vote in the election.

Voting is now active and will close at 11:59 PM on December 13.

Please select one candidate for each position or specify a write-in candidate.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me at if you have a question, comment, or complaint regarding your voting experience.

Thank you for voting – your vote counts!

The nominees for each position are as follows:

Candidate for Section Chair:
Michael Powers

Candidate for Section Vice-Chair:
Benjamin Tsui

Candidate for Section Treasurer:
Priya Narayanan

Candidate for Section Secretary:
Don Herres

EMBS Seminar Follow-up


Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) and the IEEE Baltimore Section thank Dr. Jin-Oh Hahn for his 20 Oct presention on the recent advances in blood pressure monitoring technologies.  He graciously permitted us to post the slides from his talk.  Please take a moment to review the great information that was presented at this seminar.

Brain-2-Computer-Interface Competition 2020 (Postponed Indefinitely)

Baltimore Section sadly reports that due to the closure of the UMBC campus and subsequent cancellation of the Region 2 2020 Student Activity Conference (SAC2020), we will not be holding the B2CI competition on its originally scheduled date.  At this time we have no reschedule date, but as more information becomes available we will post it here.

Baltimore Section members participated in the annual Maryland STEM Career Fair for Girls at Bryn Mawr school in Baltimore on October 12, 2019.  This free event provides high school girls with the opportunity to meet and learn from successful women in a wide variety of STEM careers and also gives educators a chance to network and collaborate on future STEM ventures.  See some of the pictures from this event.

Our section is pleased to offer the following upcoming events.