IEEE Baltimore Section



The Baltimore Section


Baltimore Section Announcements


2020 Baltimore Section Officer Election Open

Welcome to the 2020 Baltimore Section Officer Election!  The section would like to take this opportunity to personally express our 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 will start from 1 November and close at 11:59 PM on 8 December.

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

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

Thank you for voting – your vote counts!

Baltimore Section Member Wins IEEE Technical Field Award

Baltimore Section member, Hynek Hermansky, was awarded the 2020 IEEE James L. Flanagan Speech and Audio Processing Award for contributions to speech processing and feature extraction for robust speech recognition.  This award, sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society, is presented for outstanding contribution to the advancement of speech and/or audio signal processing.  Congratulations Dr. Hermansky!


Baltimore Section is really excited to announce that the 2020 Brain-2-Computer Interface (B2CI) competition will occur with the IEEE Region 2 Student Activities Competition that will be held at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) campus in April 2020.

B2CI competition activities, events, and schedules will be hosted on the B2CI website as well as registration when it opens.  Stop back regularly for updates.

Baltimore Section members participated in the annual Maryland STEM Career Fair for Girls at Bryn Mawr school in Baltimore on 12 October.  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.

New Continuing EE Education (CEEE) Course has been announced for January 25, 2020.  The topic will be Enterprise Blockchain and will be presented as a prerecorded on-line group event streamed at the National Electronics Museum.  Registration is open and a small registration fee applies.  Lunch will be provided and the course is eligible for Continuing Education Credits (CEU).


Our section is pleased to offer the following upcoming events.