MESSAGE FROM THE NEW SECTION CHAIR@(2005/2006)
`Fumio Harashima (The President of Tokyo Denki University)`
It is a great honor for me to serve as Chair of IEEE Tokyo Section with two year term starting on January 1, 2005. The Tokyo Section has 7,401 members and is one of the largest sections in membership among 307 IEEE local sections.
I am also proud of the quality of the Tokyo Sectionfs members to see the number of IEEE Fellows in Tokyo Section is 319 among 7401 members, as of December 2004.
The IEEE Grade of Fellow is conferred by the IEEE Board of Directors upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest, and the total number selected in any one year does not exceed one-tenth percent of the total voting Institute membership.
What is the role of Tokyo Section in the IEEE? As mentioned above, The Tokyo Section is one of the most important groups in the IEEE both in membership size and in quality.
Therefore our role must be to take leadership in the IEEE activities.
The IEEE provides generous services to members who pay membership fee. However, never be satisfied by the services given by the IEEE.
Think about how you can contribute to the worldwide human society through your IEEE activity.
The IEEE needs you. The mission of the IEEE is defined:
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2005/2006NIEEE Tokyo Section Offficers and Excutive Commitee
2005/2006NIEEE Tokyo Section Standing Commitees
IEEE Tokyo Section 2005 Annual General Assembly
Your participation is highly requested for the 2005 Annual General Assembly to be held at the following venue. Please confirm your availability by filling the reply sheet below before Wednesday, March 2. In case we do not receive your reply, it will be assumed as delegating your voting right to the Chairperson. The meeting will be conducted in Japanese only.
|Date and Time:
||Wednesday March 16, 2005 14:00pm - 15:30 pm|
||Kousai Kaikan, 4th Floor Room "HAGI"|
||5-1 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo|
- Greetings from Tokyo Section Chair
- 2004 Activity and Accounting Reports
- 2005 Activity Plan
- 2005 Budget Proposal and Approval
- 2005 New Fellows Introduction with Citation
IEEE Tokyo Section 2005 First Commemorative Lecture Session
IEEE Tokyo Section will host a Commemorative Lecture Session following the General Assembly. Non-member participation is highly welcomed. The lecture will be given in Japanese.
|Date and Time:
||Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:00pm-17:00pm|
||same as above|
||Single-Mode Optical Fiber Communications and Dynamics of Semiconductor Lasers|
||Prof. Yasuharu Suematsu|
(Director General, National Institute of Infromatics
Prof, Emeritus of Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
(2003@IEEE James H. Mulligan Jr. Education Medal Recipient)
2005 IEEE Medal Recipient
In 2005, 5 members were honored with the IEEE Medal.
Notice from IEEE Tokyo Section Office
- Have you renewed your 2005 IEEE membership? With your Web Account, you can easily renew your membership online.
- Tokyo Section encourages membership upgrade to Senior Membership. Visit IEEE website for Online application. For details, please refer to Senior Membership application procedure.
- If you change your e-mail address or fax number,please be sure to notify IEEE HQ . By registering your Web Account Online notification is enabled.
- IEEE Tokyo Section welcomes any comments, requests or inquiries from our members. Please send them to: email@example.com