Engineering Research Seminar Series 25, 2012: New Developments in the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society

Prof. Serge Demidenko from RMIT International University, Vietnam

Date: 2012-10-19
Time: 11:00 to 12:00
Venue: Tutorial Room 9-3-02 (TR 9-3-02)


The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. The Instrumentation and Measurement (I&M) Society is one of IEEE's many societies and is dedicated towards the improvement of science, technology and application of instrumentation and measurement.  Specifically, the I&M Society fosters and promotes the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical and electronics engineering, the allied branches of the engineering profession and the related arts and sciences, the advancement of the standing of its members, the continuing education of members, the compliance with  the  standards of ethical and professional conduct as  set  forth  in  the IEEE Code of Ethics, the IEEE Bylaws, and the IEEE Policy and Procedures Manual; and the  close  cooperation  and  exchange  of  technical  information  among members  and with other professional societies and individuals who share common interests, as set forth in the Society's Field of Interest. Prof. Serge Demidenko is an AdCom member (2010-2013) of the IEEE I&M Society. His talk will cover the types of technical committees within the IEEE I&M society, the current direction and activities of the society including the types of grants, scholarships and awards that the society will confer in the next few years. 

About the Speaker

Professor Demidenko joined RMIT International University Vietnam as Head of Centre of Technology in 2010 and was later concurrently appointed as Vice-President (Academic). He has initiated valuable international collaboration in research and education with a number of industrial companies and tertiary education providers across Asia and Europe. His publication list includes three co-authored books, 10 book chapters, more than 120 refereed journal and conference papers, over 40 non-refereed publications, 11 edited books and journal special issues and 25 engineering patents in the areas of Electronic Design & Test, Fault-Tolerance, as well as Digital Signal Generation & Processing. He has been the recipient of several national, regional and university awards for excellence in research and teaching.Professor Demidenko is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), IEEE Computer Society (CS) Golden Core Member, Fellow of the Institution of Technology and Engineering (IET) and UK Chartered Engineers.