IEEE Day celebrates a gathering in 1884 of individuals in the electrical professions to create what would later become IEEE. For the 8th IEEE Day, Student volunteers and young professionals built upon this year’s theme, “Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow,” to conduct activities with a significant impact in their communities.
Night at the Museum: Two Baltimore Chapters Transform After-hours at the National Electronics Museum into a Chance for Members to Experience the Beauty of Aerial Photography
Tucked away in Linthicum Heights, Maryland, the National Electronics Museum is an unassuming building on a small, side street a short distance from Baltimore airport. But once you enter the museum, you are struck by the exhibits paying tribute to electronic marvels throughout history.
The IEEE Baltimore Section has a close connection to the museum, hosting events and administrative meetings in the building, which turns the halls—regularly quiet after hours—into a hotbed of activity for the area’s electrical engineers.
On October 17, the Computer Society and Communications Society Baltimore chapters teamed up to bring aerial photographer Peter Stern to the National Electronics Museum for a presentation of his art. The 20 visitors stared in rapt attention as Mr. Stern took them on an aerial journey through the Mid-Atlantic region. Continue…