Photo: Ohio University’s EPICS in IEEE team designed a mobile application project, called iFood, which was developed to facilitate food donation during natural disasters to minimize food waste. From left to right: Laura Zhang, Anru Tian,
Photo: I-Corps team, from left, is Carl Georgeson, John Vito d’Antonio-Bertagnolli, Tara Alvarez Q: Tell us a little about your EPICS in IEEE Project. Virtual Reality Vision Therapy (VRVT) is a novel combination of consumer-available electronics and
Photo: Nipuna Mihiranga Gomes Source: http://theinstitute.ieee.org/ – Article by Amanda Davis, 10 January 2018 Last March, students from the Epsilon Xi Chapter of IEEE eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN) at Wichita State University in Kansas aimed to
Patents for Humanity is the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) awards program for those using game-changing technology to solve global challenges. It provides business incentives for patent holders who find ways to reach under-served
The term artificial intelligence provokes a variety of thoughts, emotions, and reactions from people. For some, it’s excitement and optimism. For others, it’s caution and fear. Regardless of people’s hopes or concerns about the technology, the
Attendees at this year’s IEEE Sections Congress were encouraged to sign a pledge wall to commit to an action, whether with “time, talent, or treasure.” The group surpassed its goal of inspiring 250 members to pledge.
Charitable organization, local university students, and EPICS in IEEE complete solar project proposed for economically disadvantaged children to bring hot showers to their remote campsite. IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology
In rural southern Zambia, where families and entire communities depend on subsistence farming to survive, the lack of telecommunications service had been an ongoing barrier to developing a stronger, more vigorous economy. This is why a