D. Gelman., Ph.D.
for Division III Director (2018-2019)
It is critical for IEEE to enable
communities to innovate and exercise volunteer entrepreneurship and to
volunteer productivity in producing new IEEE products and services.
leadership and staff partners must cooperate in creation of a proper
where volunteer innovation can flourish.
IEEE-wide initiatives in emerging
represent an effective mechanism for proactive discovery of new
in conferences, publications, training, and standards. The Initiatives
in industry-academia team-work including white papers and technology
publications, pre-standardization research, operating virtual labs,
etc. Team-work that produces actual Intellectual Property and
discovers standardization and business opportunities is a new
IEEE and requires proper governance policies to help volunteers in
If elected I will work
with TAB, IEEE-SA and BoD on
policies for support of creative team-work that will help to improve
initiatives’ return on investment.
I will work on
improving attractiveness of IEEE
initiatives to IEEE and Technical Society members, on ensuring support
inclusive participation of able and willing volunteers from industry