Information Driving Innovation

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New IEEE eLearning Course Program, Automotive Cyber Security: Protecting the Vehicular Network, is now available.

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Get a high-level overview of the convergence of cellular technologies to help local government and municipal leaders develop application processes and understand the 5G technology

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Register today for this free webinar, hosted by IEEE, "Technical English: Strategies to Improve Workplace and School Success".

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Register today for an IEEE Virtual Tech Talk on the IEEE 802 Networking Standards for WLAN Sensing

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In the October issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read a special report on the next pandemic, AI takes its best shot, how robots became essential workers, and more.

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Please join IEEE for two free virtual Authorship Workshops for Researchers in India on October 1 and October 15, 2020. The goal of this series is to enable engineers, faculty, researchers, authors, students, and industry professionals to help advance technology and their careers by enhancing their ability to get published and share their research with the scholarly community.

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Introduced in late 2019, TechRxiv, a preprint server for unpublished research in electrical engineering, computer science, and related technology, now has over 150K downloads of preprint papers.

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Please join IEEE for a free live webinar on September 17, 2020 at 12 PM EDT and get an in-depth look at the IEEE Xplore digital library and see helpful features to maximize your research experience.

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Free Webinars from IEEE
IEEE offers free webinars to help universities and organizations adapt to support distance learning and remote work environments, provide tips to help researchers optimize their research time using IEEE Xplore, and to help authors get published and share their research.

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In the September issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about how IT's perpetual crisis, the COVID boom in home tech, teaching cars to read body language, detecting the new spyware, aviation batteries, and more.

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