The past weekend I traveled internationally to work with colleagues on another continent. I’m a lucky volunteering member of IEEE, and so I reached out to the community before I jumped on my flight. Turns out I have friends in this city, and so I spent a whole afternoon learning about the city and the […]
IEEE’s Educational Activities Committee (EAC) invited me for their regular meeting, that happens May 13th and 14th in Porto, Portugal. Me being there is to represent Action for Industry Committee (AfI). On first priority, the attendance is to foster inter-committee cooperation. However, one of the items we’d love to promote to industry, but to everybody else, is that […]
New Years resolutions follow the same procedure as every year. It’s “write more” this year again. Things noteworthy today include my appointment to the IEEE R8 Committee, in particular to the “Action for Industry” committee. A similar position existed until two years back, when it was still called the “Industry Relations Subcommittee”. Outreach to industry […]
MIT Technology Review on insuring connected devices.
via: Infographic: Internet of Things (IoT) | IEEE Communications Society
New languages enter the scene, and big data makes its mark Spoiler: basically, all is the same as past year, but R made a jump up by 4 positions and ranks 6th now. R is a statistical language, capable of munging huge amounts of data, hence the Big Data reference in the article. via: Spectrum
Recording from the IETF “DDoS Open Threat Signaling” (DOTS) Working Group meeting during IETF93, taking place July 19-24 in Prague. The agenda of the WG is to develop a standards based approach for the realtime signaling of DDoS related telemetry and threat handling requests and data between elements concerned with DDoS attack detection, classification, traceback, […]
Many female scientists in the past were not given credit for their achievements – here are just a few of them. via: The women whom science forgot – BBC News
Chip Fingerprinting Scheme Could Secure IoT Devices Against Malware. Security in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT) is an area that is expanding, along with the growth of IoT itself. Fingerprinting schemes are an approach that didn’t go along with malware prevention in traditional computing, but IoT use cases may benefit from a […]
Register now for the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership conference (IEEE WIE-ILC). The conference is to be held 23-25 April 2015 in San Jose, California, USA. With a theme of Lead Beyond: Accelerating Innovative Women Who Change the World, the conference focuses on leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship. via IEEE WIE International Leadership Conference.