IEEE Baltimore Section



The Baltimore Section


Baltimore Section Announcements

2020 Baltimore Section Officer Nominations

Nominees for IEEE Baltimore Section Executive Committee officer positions have been identified.  Please visit our election page to review who the candidates are and read their bios.  Voting will begin on November 1st.  Thanks for being a member of the Baltimore Section and voting for your future section leaders!


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 had a fabulous inaugural Brain-to-Computer-Interface (B2CI) competition on Saturday March 2nd.  Congratulations to the teams that competed in the event and the judges that spent time supporting and guiding the competition.  Thanks for making this a technologically exciting cutting-edge event!  Thanks to the steering group staff from Anne Arundel Community College, Capitol Tech University, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, and Maryland Technology Assistance Program.

We also thank our sponsors from the IEEE Baltimore Section and the IEEE Brain Initiative for their support; and also the National Electronics Museum who granted us use of the Pioneer Hall venue.  Come back and visit our website in a couple of months for information on B2CI 2020 events and registration.

Our section is pleased to offer the following upcoming events.