IEEE Membership,
promotion to Senior
and Fellow members
Edmundo Tovar / Oscar M.-Bonastre
Francisco Arcega / Manuel Castro...
Spanish Chapter
Portugues Chapter
Education Society
PRESENTATION
Francisco Arcega / Manuel Castro
Edmundo Tovar / Oscar M....
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 Types of Members at IEEE
IEEE Education Society Spain Portugal
Student 50,000 50 5 -
Graduate (Stu...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 Benfits as SENIOR member
– A professional recognition to the technical and professional excellence...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 Requisites to be SENIOR member
– Have 3 references
– A minimum of 10 years as professional with a
...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 ¿How to present the form?
– Go to the link
https://www.ieee.org/membership_services/members
hip/se...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 Short CV data
– A concrete summary, with demonstrable dates and
quantifiables
– Grades and titles
...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 CV data
– TEACHING experience
 Teach, theory and practical, group tutoring, etc. If is not
more p...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 CV data
– RESEARCH experience
 Publish a lot of papers and journal articles, the best
researcher,...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 CV data
– INDUSTRY experience
 Is general manager, project leader, auditing manager, the
best pro...
Chapters – IEEE ES
 ¿How is the process?
– The candidate fill-up the application
– After this, the three references fill ...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 ¿How can support you from Chapters ?
– Supporting and advising in the filling application
process
...
Chapters – IEEE EdSoc
 Links and information
– IEEE membership
http://www.ieee.org/membership_services/member
ship/grade_...
IEEE Fellow Program
Edmundo Tovar / Oscar M.-Bonastre
Francisco Arcega / Manuel Castro
Manuel Gericota / Javier Garcia-Zub...
 IEEE Fellow status is granted to a
person with an extraordinary record
of accomplishments in any of the
IEEE’s designate...
NOMINATOR: Any person, including non-
members, are eligible to serve as a
nominator with the following exceptions:
members...
CANDIDATE:
•Must be an IEEE Senior Member or IEEE Life
Senior Member.
•have accomplishments that have contributed
importan...
RESPONSIBILITIES OF A
NOMINATOR
Submit the IEEE Fellow Grade
Nomination Form by 01 March.
 Solicitation of at least five,...
THE IEEE FELLOW PROCESS
RESPONSIBILITIES OF A REFERENCE
• Submit the IEEE Fellow Grade Reference
Form by 01 March.
Eligibi...
THE IEEE FELLOW PROCESS
RESPONSIBILITIES OF AN ENDORSEMENT
• Submit the IEEE Fellow Endorsement Form
by 01 March.
Eligibil...
THE FELLOW EVALUATION
PROCESS
TWO EVALUATIONS:
 The first evaluation is completed by the IEEE
Society/Technical Council t...
THE FELLOW EVALUATION
PROCESS
Responsibilities of an IEEE Society/Council
Fellow Evaluating Committee Chair:
 Organize an...
THE FELLOW EVALUATION
PROCESS
Responsibilities of IEEE Fellow Committee
Members:
 Evaluate approximately 115 candidates.
...
THE FELLOW EVALUATION
PROCESS
Responsibilities of Board of Directors:
 The total number of Fellow recommendations in any ...
IEEE FELLOW NOMINATION
CATEGORIES
• Application Engineer/Practitioner – Responsible for product
development, advancement i...
TIMELINES
Nominator Nomination Form 01 March
Reference Reference Form 01 March
Endorsement Endorsement Form 01 March
Socie...
2017 Fellow Statistics
For Further Information
Web:
https://www.ieee.org/membership_services/mem
bership/fellows/index.html
Personas de contacto ...
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promotion to Senior
and Fellow members
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Francisco Arcega / Manuel Castro...
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We present here the promotion procedure for IEEE members to Senior and Fellow members as well as the support inside the IEEE Education Society.

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  1. 1. IEEE Membership, promotion to Senior and Fellow members Edmundo Tovar / Oscar M.-Bonastre Francisco Arcega / Manuel Castro Manuel Gericota / Javier García-Zubia Mani Mina PRESENTATION Wednesday, May 17, 2017
  2. 2. Spanish Chapter Portugues Chapter Education Society PRESENTATION Francisco Arcega / Manuel Castro Edmundo Tovar / Oscar M.-Bonastre Manuel Gericota / Javier Garcia-Zubia Mani Mina SENIOR MEMBER PROCEDURE 2017 05 http://ieee-edusociety.org/ http://www.ieec.uned.es/ES/ http://sites.ieee.org/portugal-es/
  3. 3. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  Types of Members at IEEE IEEE Education Society Spain Portugal Student 50,000 50 5 - Graduate (Student) 35,000 120 5 1 Affiliated 5,000 35 - - Associated 5,000 30 - - Honorary 30 - - - Member 195,000 1,580 65 20 Senior Member 40,000 910 70 12 Fellow 7,500 185 5 - TOTAL (aprox.) 335,000 2,900 150 33
  4. 4. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  Benfits as SENIOR member – A professional recognition to the technical and professional excellence – A plaque in wood and bronze with the name an status as an IEEE Senior member – A coupon until $25.00 USA for a new member applicance – A letter from IEEE sent as required by the new Senior Member to the industry or academy of the new member reflecting the new status as IEEE Senior Member – Announcement of the status change in the reports of the Section/Society and Chapters – Can be elegible for executive positiosn inside IEEE (voluntareer) – Can be reference of new IEEE Senior Member – Can be invited to act as on-site reference for the advancement meeting of the Senior Members
  5. 5. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  Requisites to be SENIOR member – Have 3 references – A minimum of 10 years as professional with a remarkable activity – Fill the web application
  6. 6. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  ¿How to present the form? – Go to the link https://www.ieee.org/membership_services/members hip/senior/application/index.html – Have the IEEE member number and names of the 3 references to include them in the application – Have a short CV well developed in English – Organice YEARLY activities since the last academic grade, master or PhD
  7. 7. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  Short CV data – A concrete summary, with demonstrable dates and quantifiables – Grades and titles  BE CAREFUL, years of experience are take in account AFTER the last academic title. (In this case, is there a recient PhD, and in paralell there were working as teacher or professional, is better to do not apply as PhD and apply as the previous title. Is needed to FOCUS in the application to separate the activities and remind that the work was in paralell to have this into account)
  8. 8. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  CV data – TEACHING experience  Teach, theory and practical, group tutoring, etc. If is not more precise information, NO influence in the decision as is not remarkable, can have good or poor work  Is necessary to determine and precise the level of student attention, if there are surveys, better, or if they are some Awards of the teaching at the institution, that he si really involved in the tutoring, practical work, that bring project base learning, teh level and implication in the work done, evaluations and the improvement, including the years where the new methods are used, x-y years, including each year with the activities, teaching, levels, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, etc., then must be in account
  9. 9. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  CV data – RESEARCH experience  Publish a lot of papers and journal articles, the best researcher, more than 70 articles in indexed journals and more than 200 in the best conferences, NO influence in the decision as is not remarkable  But includes the best 10 (or just 5, in the appropiated years) more important publications, with the impact index of each journal or conference (and better if they are IEEE related), and focus in the work done in the article, the impact in research, shortly but focused, the sharing with several authors, then will be having in account each in the year provided, as gained experience and remarkable impact
  10. 10. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  CV data – INDUSTRY experience  Is general manager, project leader, auditing manager, the best professional, 500 employees boss, but not included where, how, the impact in the company, is NOT having in account  BUT is specified the year where there are enough changes, in old positions, the final remarkable work there, the improvement of the decision in the company, the importance of the implementations done under the leadership, how was teh evolution as engineer, how was the implication (in the year provided for evaluation) as engineer or technician, how evolve the training and competences, then si a good practice and experience
  11. 11. Chapters – IEEE ES  ¿How is the process? – The candidate fill-up the application – After this, the three references fill the reports (on- line) – After all is complete, the review panel grade the eavluations (IEEE AdHoc Admission & Advancement Review Panel), and have final decision – The panel meet 5 or 6 times a year in different locations along IEEE Regions – Panel is formed by IEEE staff and IEEE Senior Member invited in the Section and regions where the meeting in beign cellebrated (15 to 20)
  12. 12. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  ¿How can support you from Chapters ? – Supporting and advising in the filling application process – Finding the best three references – Having a follow-up of the process – Contacts and support volunteers  Manuel Castro mcastro@ieec.uned.es  Francisco Arcega arcegafj@unizar.es  Manuel Gericota mgg@isep.ipp.pt  Javier García-Zubia zubia@deusto.es
  13. 13. Chapters – IEEE EdSoc  Links and information – IEEE membership http://www.ieee.org/membership_services/member ship/grade_elevation.html – Short video to Senior Member (in Spanish) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luw2eRocIg4
  14. 14. IEEE Fellow Program Edmundo Tovar / Oscar M.-Bonastre Francisco Arcega / Manuel Castro Manuel Gericota / Javier Garcia-Zubia Mani Mina PRESENTATION
  15. 15.  IEEE Fellow status is granted to a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE’s designated fields of interest.  The honor is conferred by the IEEE Board of Directors. QUALIFICATIONS FOR IEEE FELLOW GRADE
  16. 16. NOMINATOR: Any person, including non- members, are eligible to serve as a nominator with the following exceptions: members of the IEEE Board of Directors, members of the IEEE Fellow Committee, IEEE Technical Society/Council Fellow Evaluating Committee Chairs, members of IEEE Technical Society/Council Fellow Evaluating Committee reviewing the nomination, or IEEE Staff. REQUIREMENTS FOR IEEE FELLOW GRADE
  17. 17. CANDIDATE: •Must be an IEEE Senior Member or IEEE Life Senior Member. •have accomplishments that have contributed importantly to the advancement or application of engineering, science and technology, bringing the realization of significant value to society •in good standing and he/she must have completed five years of service in any grade of membership. REQUIREMENTS FOR IEEE FELLOW GRADE
  18. 18. RESPONSIBILITIES OF A NOMINATOR Submit the IEEE Fellow Grade Nomination Form by 01 March.  Solicitation of at least five, but no more than eight, references who are capable of assessing the candidate’s contributions.  Solicitation of Endorsements (optional).  Identification of an IEEE Technical Society/Council to evaluate the nomination.
  19. 19. THE IEEE FELLOW PROCESS RESPONSIBILITIES OF A REFERENCE • Submit the IEEE Fellow Grade Reference Form by 01 March. Eligibility: A Reference must be an IEEE Fellow in good standing. The following individuals are ineligible to serve as IEEE Fellow References: members of the IEEE Board of Directors, members of the Fellow Committee, members of the IEEE Technical Society/Council Fellow Evaluating Committee reviewing the nomination or IEEE Staff. In addition, a nominator may not serve as a reference for a nomination he/she is submitting.
  20. 20. THE IEEE FELLOW PROCESS RESPONSIBILITIES OF AN ENDORSEMENT • Submit the IEEE Fellow Endorsement Form by 01 March. Eligibility: Any person, including non-members, may be an Endorsement. The following individuals are ineligible to serve as Endorsements: members of the IEEE Board of Directors, members of the Fellow Committee, members of the IEEE Technical Society/Council Fellow Evaluating Committee reviewing the nomination or IEEE Staff. In addition, a nominator may not serve as an endorser for a nomination he/she is submitting.
  21. 21. THE FELLOW EVALUATION PROCESS TWO EVALUATIONS:  The first evaluation is completed by the IEEE Society/Technical Council that is identified on the nomination form. their comments and scores are given to the IEEE Fellow Committee for the second evaluation. They may not have worked in the exact area of expertise of the Nominee. Submittal of the slate of nominees to Board of Directors.
  22. 22. THE FELLOW EVALUATION PROCESS Responsibilities of an IEEE Society/Council Fellow Evaluating Committee Chair:  Organize and chair a committee of experts.  Evaluate candidates referred by the nominator.  Review citation.  Submit scores by 15 June.
  23. 23. THE FELLOW EVALUATION PROCESS Responsibilities of IEEE Fellow Committee Members:  Evaluate approximately 115 candidates.  Score candidates based on the following criteria: -Individual Contributions as Application Engineer/Practitioner, Educator, Research Engineer/Scientist, or Technical Leader. - Evaluation by the IEEE Society Council. - References and Endorsements. - Professional Activities. - Total years in the profession.
  24. 24. THE FELLOW EVALUATION PROCESS Responsibilities of Board of Directors:  The total number of Fellow recommendations in any one- year must not exceed one-tenth of one percent of the voting membership on record as of 31 December of the year preceding.
  25. 25. IEEE FELLOW NOMINATION CATEGORIES • Application Engineer/Practitioner – Responsible for product development, advancement in system, application or operation, project management or construction activity, process development, manufacturing innovation, codes or standards development, or other application of technology • Educator – Responsible to advance electrical engineering and scientific technology through education by the developing curricula and/or courses that are innovative and unique • Research Engineer/Scientist – Responsible for inventions, discoveries or advances in the state of the art technological advances • Technical Leader – Responsible for a managerial, team, or company- wide effort using technical innovation, and resulting in outstanding performance, economic enhancements, or other advantages to benefit society Individual
  26. 26. TIMELINES Nominator Nomination Form 01 March Reference Reference Form 01 March Endorsement Endorsement Form 01 March Society/Council Submit Scores 15 June Chair Fellow Committee Final Review September Board of Directors Approve Slate November
  27. 27. 2017 Fellow Statistics
  28. 28. For Further Information Web: https://www.ieee.org/membership_services/mem bership/fellows/index.html Personas de contacto y apoyo Edmundo Tovar edmundo.tovar@upm.es Manuel Castro mcastro@ieec.uned.es Manuel Gericota mgg@isep.ipp.pt Javier García-Zubia zubia@deusto.es
  29. 29. IEEE Membership, promotion to Senior and Fellow members Edmundo Tovar / Oscar M.-Bonastre Francisco Arcega / Manuel Castro Manuel Gericota / Javier García-Zubia Mani Mina PRESENTATION Wednesday, May 17, 2017

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