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Call for 2024 Nominations – IEEE Nanotechnology Council

Thursday, May 16th, 2024

The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) is seeking nominations for the following elected positions. Note the 2021 Governing documents update altered the election procedures for VPs by adding VP-elects and Members-at Large.

(1) Election: President-elect (one year term, 2025)

NOTE: NEW positions as of 2021 Bylaws Update:

(2) Election: VP-elect for Educational Activities (3-years: elect 2025; VP 2026-2027)

(3) Election: VP-elect for Publications (3-years: elect 2025; VP 2026-2027)

(4) Election: VP-elect for Technical Activities (3-years: elect 2025; VP 2026-2027)

(5) Election: Member-at-Large (MAL) (up to 3) (2025-2026)

Unless otherwise noted, all positions are two-year terms and start Jan. 1, 2025.

Nominations should include a statement from the candidate and a bio in IEEE format.

The deadline for nominations is May 25, 2024.

A position description and nomination form can be downloaded here.

Duties for the positions are described in the NTC Constitution which can be found here, and in the NTC Bylaws which can be found here.

Eligibility: Officer candidates are nominated from current AdCom members or from those past members who have served as Member Society-appointed or ex-officio AdCom members within the previous five years. Review the AdCom roster at https://ieeenano.org/adcom/.

MAL candidates serve as members of the AdCom and are to provide the Council with independent insights and positions that are in support of the global nanotechnology community, especially those involved in independent research, development and commercialization, to represent the Council positions and statements as needed to these global constituencies and to complete the specific tasks identified in their candidacy documents. MAL are NOT required to be members of Member Societies.

NOTE: Nominations may be made only by AdCom members (Society representatives and ex-officio; see website AdCom roster).

Note: An individual may not serve concurrently as both a Council officer and a Council Member Society representative.

Please email the nominations to Fabrizio Lombardi NTC Nominations Committee Chair at lombardi@coe.northeastern.edu by midnight (PT) 25-May-2024.

The election will be held at the NTC AdCom in Gijon, Spain on July 8, 2024.
Candidates are required to appear before the AdCom for the election, either in person or virtually.

 

IEEE Nanotechnology Council 2023 Election Results

Monday, July 17th, 2023

The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) elected new officers at its Annual Administrative Committee Meeting held in Jeju, Republic of Korea, on 2 July 2023.

Representatives of the twenty-two IEEE Societies who are Council members gather annually to conduct Council business and elect officers. This year saw the introduction the second set of Vice-president-elects and Members-at -Large. The positions up for election were: VP-elect for Conferences and VP-elect for Finances (3 years, elect 2024; VP 2025-2026), and Member-at-Large (MAL) (up to 3) (2024-2025).

John T.W. Yeow, University of Waterloo (Canada) was elected VP-elect for Conferences and Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske, Portland State University (USA) was elected VP-elect for Finances.

Sanjukta Bhanja, University of South Florida and Li Tao, Southeast University, Nanjing, China were elected Members-at-Large 2024-25.

VP-elect for Finances (3 years, elect 2024; VP 2025-2026)

Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske is Professor of ECE and Director of VLSI & Emerging Technology DA Laboratory at Portland State University, where she was ECE Department chair from 2004 to 2010. Previously, she was with the Technical University of Warsaw and the Research and Production Center of Semiconductor Devices. She holds a Ph.D degree in EE from Auburn University. Her research interests include CAD for VLSI and 3DICs, nanotechnology and nano/bio systems, and design for emerging and renewable technologies. She has presented tutorial, keynote, and invited talks at international conferences, published 150+ technical papers, and serves as panelist/reviewer for the National Science Foundation, National Research Council Canada, and international journals and conferences. Her research has been supported by NSF and industry.

She received the 1990 Best Paper Award from Alabama Section of IEEE and IEEE CEDA 2008 Donald O. Pederson Best Paper Award in IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided-Design.

She is the current NTC VP for Finances and was reelected.

 

VP-elect for Conferences (3 years, elect 2024; VP 2025-2026)

John T. W. Yeow is currently a Professor and a University Research Chair in the Department of Systems Design Engineering at University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada. He is focused on the development of micro/nanodevices for a wide range of applications. He is a recipient of the Professional Engineers Ontario Engineering Excellence Award, Natural Science & Engineering Research Canada Innovation Challenge Award, Douglas R. Colton’s Medal of Research Excellence, Micralyne Microsystems Design Award, Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation’s Early Researcher Award, University of Toronto Alumni Association 7T6 Early Career Award, 2011 IEEE NANO Excellence Paper award and IEEE Canada Outstanding Engineer Award. He was a Canada Research Chair in Micro/Nanodevices (2004 – 2019). He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, the Engineering Institute of Canada, Engineers Canada, and a Member of College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists of the Royal Society of Canada.

 

Members-at-Large (MAL)  (2024-2025)

Sanjukta Bhanja is a professor in the Electrical Engineering department at the University of South Florida. She earned her bachelor’s degree in EE from Jadavpur University (1991), master’s degree from the Indian Institute of Science (1994), and a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of South Florida (2002). Currently serving as Engineering’s Executive Associate Dean, Bhanja manages faculty affairs, finance, HR, and space. Her research in nano-electronics and applied physics is supported by the National Science Foundation and NASA. Bhanja has graduated 12 PhD students who work in high-tech industries, and she advises four doctoral students, including three women. Her research has been published in top-tier peer-reviewed journals and conferences like Nature Nanotechnology. Bhanja has received the NSF CAREER award, university-level outstanding research and teaching awards, and the Florida Education Foundation William Jones Outstanding Mentor Award. She is a fellow of the Executive Leadership in the Academic Technology, Engineering, and Science (ELATES at Drexel®) program.

 

 

 

Li Tao is a full professor at Southeast University, Nanjing, China. His research interests focus on 2D materials and their flexible/wearable devices for health care and internet of things, which had been featured in TIME blog, Nature News and 50+ tech media. He is an inventor of the silicene field-effect transistor and 12’’ wafer-scale graphene on evaporated Cu for GHz flexible RF electronics. He has published 60+ research articles, including first or corresponding author Nature Nanotechnology (citations>1200), Chemical Society Reviews, ACS Nano, Advanced Functional Materials etc., with a h-index 30 and citations ~5000. He is a principle investigator of several research projects with a total funding accumulated over $1.5M. Prof. Tao is an associate editor for Research and Microelectronics Engineering, a committee member for EIPBN (3-beam) conference. He is a senior member of IEEE and NTC Distinguished Lecturer.

 

 

 

Call for 2023 Nominations IEEE Nanotechnology Council Elections

Thursday, April 6th, 2023

The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) is seeking nominations for the following elected positions. Note the 2021 Governing documents update altered the election procedures for VPs by adding VP-elects and Members-at Large which we are phasing in starting 2022

(1) Election: VP-elect for Conferences (3-years: elect in 2024; VP 2025-2026)

(2) Election: VP-elect for Finances (3-years: elect in 2024; VP 2025-2026) [incumbent is eligible]

NOTE: NEW positions as of 2021 Bylaws Update:

(3) Election: Member-at-Large (MAL) (up to 3) (2024-2025)

Unless otherwise noted, all positions are two-year terms and start Jan. 1, 2024.

Nominations should include a statement from the candidate and a bio in IEEE format.

The deadline for nominations is May 15, 2023.

A position description and nomination form are in the attached NTC Nomination Package, which can also be downloaded here.

Duties for the positions are described in the Nomination package and also in the NTC Constitution which can be downloaded here, and other details in the NTC Bylaws which can be found here.

Eligibility: Officer candidates are nominated from current AdCom members or from those past members who have served as Member Society-appointed or ex-officio AdCom members within the previous five years. Review the AdCom roster at https://ieeenano.org/adcom/.

MAL candidates serve as members of the AdCom and are to provide the Council with independent insights and positions that are in support of the global nanotechnology community, especially those involved in independent research, development and commercialization, to represent the Council positions and statements as needed to these global constituencies and to complete the specific tasks identified in their candidacy documents. MAL are NOT required to be members of Member Societies.

NOTE: Nominations may be made only by AdCom members (Society representatives and ex-officio; see website AdCom roster).

Note: An individual may not serve concurrently as both a Council officer and a Council Member Society representative.

Please email the nominations to Jim Morris NTC Nominations Committee Chair at j.e.morris@ieee.org by midnight (PT) 15-May-2022.

The election will be held at the NTC AdCom in Jeju, Korea on July 2, 2023.
Candidates are required to appear before the AdCom for the election, either in person or virtually.

 

IEEE Nanotechnology Council Elects 2023 Officers

Friday, July 15th, 2022

The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) elected new officers at its Annual Administrative Committee Meeting held in Mallorca, Spain, on 5 July 2022.

Representatives of the twenty-two IEEE Societies who are Council members gather annually to conduct Council business and elect officers. This year saw the introduction of Vice-president-elects and Members-at -Large. The positions up for election were: President-elect (one year term, 2023); VP for Conferences and VP for Finances (2 years, 2023-2024); VP-elect for Educational Activities, VP-elect for Publications and VP-elect for Technical Activities (3-years: elect 2023; VP 2024-2025) and Member-at-Large (MAL) (up to 3) (2023-2024).

Jin-Woo Kim, University of Arkansas was elected President-elect 2023 (President 2024-25). Kremena Makasheva, French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Laboratory on Plasma and Conversion of Energy (LAPLACE), Toulouse, France was elected VP Conferences and Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske, Portland State University, Oregon was re-elected VP Finances.

Luca Pierantoni, Università Politecnica delle Marche (UnivPM), Ancona, Italy was elected VP-elect Educational Activities; Georgios Ch. Sirakoulis, Democritus University of Thrace (DUTH), Greece, was elected VP-elect Publications and Weiqiang Liu, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), Nanjing, China was elected VP-elect Technical Activities.

Antonio di Bartolomeo, University of Salerno, Italy; Brajesh Kumar Kaushik, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee and Jie Han, University of Alberta, Canada were elected Members-at -Large 2023-24.

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IEEE Nanotechnology Council Elects 2022 Officers

Monday, August 9th, 2021

The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) elected new officers at its Annual Administrative Committee Meeting held virtually on July 26-27.

Representatives of the twenty-three IEEE Societies who are Council members gather annually to conduct Council business and elect officers. This year three positions were up for election: VP for Educational Activities, VP for Publications and VP for Technical Activities (2023-23). Positions start on 1-Jan.

Lixin Dong, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) was elected VP for Educational Activities 2022-2023, Xiaoning Jiang, a Dean F. Duncan Distinguished Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and a University Faculty Scholar with North Carolina State University, was elected VP for Technical Activities 2022-2023 and Prof. Supriyo Bandyopadhyay Commonwealth Professor and director of the Quantum Device Laboratory at Virginia Commonwealth University was elected VP for Publications 2022-2023.

VP for Educational Activities

Lixin Dong is Professor of Biomedical Engineering at City University of Hong Kong (CityU). He received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Xi’an University of Technology (XUT) in 1989 and 1992, respectively. He became a Research Associate in 1992, a Lecturer in 1995, and an Associate Professor in 1998 at XUT. He received his Ph.D. degree in Micro Systems Engineering from Nagoya University in 2003, and became Assistant Professor at Nagoya University in 2003. In 2004 he joined ETH Zurich as a Research Scientist, and had been a Senior Research Scientist there from 2005 to 2008. Prior to join CityU, he had been an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Michigan State University by 2019. His main research interests include nanorobotics, NEMS, and other nanosystems. He received the NSF CAREER Award in 2011 and the 2008 American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence.

 

VP for Technical Activities

Xiaoning Jiang is a Dean F. Duncan Distinguished Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and a University Faculty Scholar at North Carolina State University. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Engineering at North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and an Adjunct Professor of Neurology at Duke University. Dr. Jiang received his BS, MS and Ph.D. degrees from Shanghai Jiaotong University (1990), Tianjin University (1992) and Tsinghua University (1997), respectively. He received his Postdoctoral training from the Nanyang Technological University (1996-1997) and the Pennsylvania State University (1997-2001). He was the Chief Scientist and Vice President at TRS Technologies, Inc. prior to joining NC State in 2009. Dr. Jiang is the author and co-author of two books, 6 book chapters, 14 issued/published US Patents, 140 peer reviewed journal papers and over 120 conference papers. on M/NEMS, piezoelectric ultrasound transducers, ultrasound for medical imaging and therapy, drug delivery, nanoacoustics, ultrasound NDT/NDE, smart materials and structures. Dr. Jiang is a member of the technical program committee for a few international conferences including IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium (TPC-5), SPIE Smart Structures and NDE, ASME IMECE, IEEE NANO and IEEE NMDC. He is currently the NanoAcoustics Technical Committee Chair and Co-Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine (2020 and 2021). Dr. Jiang is a Fellow of ASME and SPIE.

 

VP for Publications

Supriyo Bandyopadhyay, Commonwealth Professor and director of the Quantum Device Laboratory at Virginia Commonwealth University. His research has been featured in multiple magazines (Business Week, EE Times), journals (Nanotechnology, Nature), internet blogs, TV (CBS), radio (NPR) and many other forums. Prof. Bandyopadhyay is the author/co-author of over 400 research publications and three text books. He was named “Virginia’s Outstanding Scientist” by Governor Terrence McAuliffe in 2016 and won the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award in 2018. He was given the “University Award of Excellence” in 2017; it is the highest award given by his university to one faculty member in a given year. Dr. Bandyopadhyay received numerous other awards and was last year’s winner of the IEEE Nanotechnology Pioneer Award. He is a Fellow of IEEE, American Physical Society, Institute of Physics, the Electrochemical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

 

 

Special Election Result – VP Publications 2021

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

The Nanotechnology Council is pleased to announce the winner of the special election for VP Publications was Supriyo Bandyopadhyay.

Supriyo Bandyopadhyay is Commonwealth Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University where he directs the Quantum Device Laboratory. His research has been featured in multiple magazines (Business Week, EE Times), journals (Nanotechnology, Nature), internet blogs, TV (CBS), radio (NPR) and many other forums. Prof. Bandyopadhyay is the author/co-author of over 400 research publications and three text books. He was named “Virginia’s Outstanding Scientist” by Governor Terrence McAuliffe in 2016 and won the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award in 2018. He was given the “University Award of Excellence” in 2017; it is the highest award given by his university to one faculty member in a given year. Dr. Bandyopadhyay received numerous other awards and is this year’s winner of the IEEE Nanotechnology Pioneer Award. He is a Fellow of IEEE, American Physical Society, Institute of Physics, the Electrochemical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

His emphasis will be to dramatically increase the impact factors of all NTC journals,

  • By inviting topical reviews from leaders in the field. Associate editors will submit proposals for topical reviews and identify/persuade the most eminent contributors to contribute topical reviews.
  • Editors in Chief of ALL NTC journals will attend all NTC conferences and showcase their journals by giving a talk about them and be present for questions and answers.
  • Adopt a non-traditional approach of publishing “roadmap” or “perspective” type articles (invited and contributed) which tend to attract more citations since they appeal to a broader audience.
  • Associate editors will be asked to “filter” submissions.
  • Reduce the time between submission to final decision by expanding the reviewer pool.
  • Promote the journal in under-represented areas – eastern Europe and Eurasia, Africa, Latin America and Asia. Appoint associate editors from these areas.
  • Promote gender equity and geographical diversity among associate editors.

Please congratulate Prof. Bandyopadhyay on his election as VP Publications.

Call for Nominations IEEE Nanotechnology Council 2021 VP Publications

Saturday, August 8th, 2020

EXTENDED – Nominations due September 18

Nanotechnology Council Seeking Nominations for 2021 VP Publications

As a result of a vacancy after the Annual Meeting elections, the IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) is seeking nominations for Vice-President for Publications to fill the remaining year (2021) of the term of office.

This position will start effective 1-January-2021. Note that the regular election cycle for VP Publications will be at the 2021 NTC Annual Meeting in July for the term from 2022-23. The incumbent VP in this case can stand for election to a full term at that time.

Nominations should include a statement from the candidate and a bio in IEEE format. The deadline for nomination is Sept. 18, 2020 August 31, 2020. See announcement on NTC website (The nomination form is attached, or can be downloaded here. Fill out and return page 7 with supporting information.

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IEEE Nanotechnology Council Elects 2021 Officers

Monday, July 27th, 2020

The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) elected new officers at its Annual Administrative Committee Meeting held virtually 23-24 July.

Representatives of the twenty-three IEEE Societies who are Council members gather annually to conduct Council business and elect officers. This year three positions were up for election: President-elect for 2020 (President in 2021-22), VP for Conferences and VP for Finances (2021-22).

Prof. Fabrizio Lombardi, International Test Conference (ITC) Endowed Chair at Northeastern University, Boston was elected President-elect for 2020. Jin-Woo Kim, Director of Bio/Nano Technology Group and Professor of Biological Engineering at the University of Arkansas, was elected Vice President for Conferences 2021-2022. Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske, Professor of ECE and Director of VLSI & Emerging Technology DA Laboratory at Portland State University, was elected Vice-president for Finances 2021-2022.

President-elect

Prof. Fabrizio Lombardi, holds the International Test Conference (ITC) Endowed Chair at Northeastern University, Boston USA.

Fabrizio Lombardi graduated from the University of Essex (UK) with a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Electronic Engineering. He received the Master in Microwaves and Modern Optics (1978), the Diploma in Microwave Engineering (1978) and the Ph. D. from the University of London (1982). He is currently the holder of the International Test Conference (ITC) Endowed Chair at Northeastern University, Boston. At the same Institution during the period 1998-2004 he served as Chair of the ECE Department. He is a IEEE Fellow; he has been awarded the 2019 NTC Distinguished Service Award, the 2019 “Spirit of the CS” Award and the 2021 T Michael Elliott Distinguished Service Certificate from the Computer Society. He has received many professional awards: the Visiting Fellowship at the British Columbia Advanced System Institute, Canada, twice the Texas Experimental Engineering Station Fellowship, the Halliburton Professorship and the Outstanding Engineering Research Award at Northeastern University, Boston and an International Research Award from the Ministry of Science and Education of Japan. He has won multiple Best papers awards from conferences as well as the recipient of the Initiation Award from the IEEE/Engineering Foundation and a Motorola Silver Quill Award.

 

VP Conferences

Jin-Woo Kim is a Director of Bio/Nano Technology Group and a Professor of Biological Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Nanoscience & Engineering at the University of Arkansas since July of 2001. He was visiting professors at Harvard University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH), and holds an adjunct professorship at the Department of Electrical Engineering of POSTECH. He was educated at Seoul National University (B.S.’86 in Chemical & Biological Engineering), University of Iowa (B.S.’91 in Microbiology), University of Wisconsin (M.S.’94 in Biology), and Texas A&M University (Ph.D.’98 in Biological Engineering). He served as the NTC Vice President for Publications (2017-2019) as well as organizing committees for several NTCsponsored IEEE conferences, including IEEE-NANO, IEEE-NEMS, and IEEE-NANOMED. He is a fellow of American Institute for Medical & Biological Engineering (AIMBE), a senior member of IEEE, an NTC Nanotechnology Distinguished Lecturer (2017-2018), and a co-Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Open Journal of Nanotechnology.

 

 

VP Finances

Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske is Professor of ECE and Director of VLSI & Emerging Technology DA Laboratory at Portland State University, where she was ECE Department chair from 2004 to 2010. Previously, she was with the Technical University of Warsaw and the Research and Production Center of Semiconductor Devices. She holds a Ph.D degree in EE from Auburn University. Her research interests include CAD for VLSI and 3DICs, nanotechnology and nano/bio systems, and design for emerging and renewable technologies. She has presented tutorial, keynote, and invited talks at international conferences, published 150+ technical papers, and serves as panelist/reviewer for the National Science Foundation, National Research Council Canada, and international journals and conferences. Her research has been supported by NSF and industry. She received the 1990 Best Paper Award from Alabama Section of IEEE and IEEE CEDA 2008 Donald O. Pederson Best Paper Award in IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided-Design.

 

 

 

Election Result – VP Educational Activities 2020-21

Monday, December 2nd, 2019

The Nanotechnology Council is pleased to announce the winner of the special election for VP Educational Activities is John Yeow.

John T. W. Yeow received his B.A.Sc. degree in electrical and computer engineering, and M.A.Sc. and PhD. degrees in mechanical and industrial engineering from the University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Systems Design Engineering at University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada. His current research interests are in the field of developing miniaturized biomedical instruments. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, the Engineering Institute of Canada, Engineers Canada, and a Member of College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists of the Royal Society of Canada.

Prof. Yeow is a recipient of the Professional Engineers Ontario Engineering Excellence Award, Natural Science & Engineering Research Canada Innovation Challenge Award, Douglas R. Colton’s Medal of Research Excellence, Micralyne Microsystems Design Award, Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation’s Early Researcher Award, Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology Research Leaders Award, IEEE NANO Excellent Paper Award, Professional Engineers Ontario Young Engineer Medal, and University of Toronto Alumni Association 7T6 Early Career Award. He is a Canada Research Chair in Micro/Nanodevices, and a University Research Chair.

Prof. Yeow has been involved with NTC activities in different capacities since 2006. He was the Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Nanotechnology Newsletter (2010-2012), and the IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine (2014-2019). Furthermore, Yeow was a NTC Distinguished Lecturer (2017-2018), and a General Chair of the IEEE NANO 2014 in Toronto, Canada. More recently, he served as the Program Chair for IEEE NANOMED 2019 in Gwangju, South Korea and IEEE NEMS 2019 in San Diego, USA.

Yeow’s plans as VP include establishing a stronger and sustainable relationship between the NTC Distinguished Lecturer (DL) program with NTC chapters around the world. Workng with TC chairs so that they can actively participate in tutorial organization at NTC conferences and summer schools. This active participation will increase their TCs’ exposure to the nano community which will, in turn, increase their membership and revitalize the leadership. And proactively reaching out to NTC chapters to support and promote educational activities such as nanotechnology engineering outreach programs.

 

Call for Nominations IEEE Nanotechnology Council VP Educational Activities

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019

Due to an oversight, the VP Educational Activities was omitted from the original Call for Nominations

Nominations due Oct 4

Call for Nominations IEEE Nanotechnology Council VP Educational Activities

The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) is seeking nominations for the following elected positions:

(1) Election: VP for Educational Activities (2020-2021)

The Vice-President for Educational Activities shall establish and chair the Education Committee, and with the participation of the Education Committee shall foster the development and provide direction for educational activities and programs in which the Council is involved, including but not limited to overseeing, coordinating, and monitoring such educational activities.

Unless otherwise noted, all positions are two-year terms and start Jan. 1, 2020.

Nominations should include a statement from the candidate and a bio in IEEE format. The deadline for nomination is October 4, 2019. A position description and nomination form are in the NTC Nomination Package, which can be downloaded at https://ieeenano.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/NTC-Positions-and-Nomination-Form-v4.doc. Duties for the positions are described in the Constitution which can be found at https://ieeenano.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/NTC_Constitution_Revision2.pdf.

Eligibility: Candidates are nominated from current AdCom members or from those past members who have served as Member Society-appointed or ex-officio AdCom members within the previous five years. Review the AdCom roster at https://ieeenano.org/adcom/.

NOTE: Nominations may be made only by AdCom members (see website AdCom roster page).

Note: An individual may not serve concurrently as both a Council officer and a Council Member Society representative.

Please email the nominations to Wen Li, Chair, NTC Nominations Committee at wenjli@cityu.edu.hk by midnight (HK Time) 4-Oct-2019. Or use the form below.

The election will be held electronically by NTC AdCom voting representatives during October.

Submit Nomination Form

(Nominations are closed)