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The IEEE Council on Superconductivity IEEE Young Professionals Affinity Group
IEEE Young Professionals is an international community of enthusiastic, dynamic, and innovative members and volunteers. IEEE is committed to helping young professionals evaluate their career goals, polish their professional image, and create the building blocks of a lifelong and diverse professional network.
Affiliate with the IEEE Council on Superconductivity:
As an IEEE Member, you can affiliate with the Council of Superconductivity. There is $0 cost for such affiliation for all categories (professional/student/etc.).
To affiliate with the Council on Superconductivity follow the weblink: http://ieeecsc.org/pages/affiliate-council
Do you qualify as an IEEE Young Professional?
If you are a current member of IEEE and are within 15 years from your 1st degree you are automatically are a member of the affinity group of IEEE young professionals. You may also affiliate with the affinity group for IEEE Young Professionals here:
What are the benefits for IEEE Young Professionals?
As an affiliated member of the Council on Superconductivity IEEE Young Professionals you have access to numerous benefits geared toward: Continuing education, career resources & recognition, access to technically current publications, and numerous opportunities to build your personal professional network.
How can you leverage your association with the IEEE Council on Superconductivity Young Professionals affinity group?
Contact IEEE Council on Superconductivity with ideas and proposals for serving your technical community. By personally taking the lead in opportunities to serve your community, you will become recognized in your field of expertise, widen your professional network, and build the foundation upon which your career will grow.
ASC 2016 sponsored event for CSC Young Professionals:
Please take advantage of the following event at the upcoming ASC conference. Use your IEEE Member number to sign up during conference registration.
ASC/CWsWiSE Diversity in Science and Engineering Luncheon
We invite you to attend a presentation by Dr. Laura H. Greene, an internationally renowned physicist and National Academy of Science member. Dr. Greene is the Francis Eppes Professor of Physics at Florida State University, and chief scientist at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. She is the incoming President of the American Physical Society (2017). Dr. Greene is the chief scientist for Florida State University – headquartered at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, and the incoming President of the American Physical Society (2017).
Thursday September 8th 2016 from 11:50 a.m. – 1:10 p.m. Location TBD