2013 Report Outlines
1. Highlights from the past
- IEEE Lithuania Section as Technical Co-Sponsor of XXII International Conference on Electromagnetic Disturbances, held in Vilnius, Lithuania. For details see http://184.108.40.206/ocs/index.php/emd/2012.
- IEEE Lithuania Section as Technical Co-Sponsor of the 13th Joint Lithuanian-Belarus Workshop “Modern Microwave Devices and Systems”, held in Minsk, Belarus.
- IEEE Lithuania Section as Technical Co-Sponsor of the 16th Conference for Lithuania Junior Researchers “Science for Future. Electronics and Electrical Engineering”, held in Vilnius, Lithuania.
2. Future activities
- IEEE Lithuania Section as Technical Co-Sponsor of Joint Lithuanian-Polish Workshop “Bio-Inspired Signal and Image Processing (BISIP)”.
- IEEE Lithuania Section as Technical Co-Sponsor of the 14th Joint Lithuanian-Belarus workshop “Microwave and Antenna Measurement”.
- Award the best thesis for Master of Science degree defended at Electronics Faculty of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University in 2013.
- Establishing and co-sponsoring of the 1st Joint Lithuanian-Latvian workshop.
- Formation of IEEE Lithuania Computer Society or/and IEEE Lithuania Power and Energy Society Chapters.
3. Best practices
- Joint international workshops with China, Taiwan, Morocco, Belarus, Russia and Poland.
- Co-sponsorship of annual Conference for Lithuania Junior Researchers.
- Co-sponsorship of annual International Conference “Electronics”.
- Annual awards for the best MSc thesis and the winners of “Battle of Robots”.
- Series of technical meetings presenting frontiers of research in recently defended Doctoral Dissertations.
- Organization of local and participation in IEEE Region 8 Student Paper Contest.
4. Points of concern / Topics for future discussion
- Elucidate IEEE membership benefits mostly prominent for Lithuanian scientists and practitioners.
- Motivate existing IEEE members in Lithuania to become IEEE senior members.
- IEEE Lithuania GOLD Affinity Group is formed.
- IEEE Lithuania Section web page migrated from Joomla to WordPress. For details see http://www.ieee.lt.