Joanna Goodrich, IEEE Spectrum

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Pryor, OK, United States

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Past articles by Joanna:

Radar Imaging Could Be the Key to Monitoring Climate Change

The pioneering system can track rising sea levels and deforestation → Read More

How the Computer Graphics Industry Got Started at the University of Utah

Adobe and Pixar founders created tech that shaped modern animation → Read More

Celebrating the Life of University of Texas Professor Mo-Shing Chen

He founded its power systems engineering grad program → Read More

IEEE Celebrates Engineering Pioneers and Emerging Technologies

Vint Cerf discusses the challenges the Internet faces at the annual summit → Read More

This Engineer Promotes Innovation-Based Projects in Uganda

His experience led him to be appointed chair of the IEEE Humanitarian Technology Board → Read More

U.N.’s ITU Secretary-General Receives IEEE President’s Award

She was recognized for her work in bridging the digital divide → Read More

This Nobel Laureate Paved the Way for High-Intensity Lasers

Donna Strickland’s chirped-pulse amplification technique is used in Lasik and medical imaging → Read More

IEEE’s Medal of Honor Ebook Explores 100 Years of Innovation

It celebrates recipients such as Intel’s Robert Noyce → Read More

Teen Creates App To Identify Nutrient Deficiencies

It uses AI to analyze images of fingernails and suggests dietary changes → Read More

How This Record Company Engineer Invented the CT Scanner

The machine, made to image the human brain, won him a Nobel Prize → Read More

IEEE Forms Board Dedicated to Its Humanitarian Activities

The body oversees sustainable development programs → Read More

Rory Cooper’s Wheelchair Tech Makes the World More Accessible

​He has introduced customized controls and builds wheelchairs for rough terrain → Read More

Paying Tribute to 1997 IEEE President Charles K. Alexander

The Life Fellow was a professor at Cleveland State University → Read More

Take a Trip Through Switzerland’s Museum of Consumer Electronics

IEEE members get free admission and can help curate exhibits → Read More

Where the President-Elect Candidates Stand on Key Issues

The four weigh in on climate change, education programs, and diversity → Read More

Dissolvable Pacemaker Disappears When It’s No Longer Needed

The device is 250 microns thick and weighs less than half a gram → Read More

Dissolvable Pacemaker Disappears When It’s No Longer Needed

The device is 250 microns thick and weighs less than half a gram → Read More

Inventor of AT&T’s Datakit, the First Virtual Connection Switch, Dies at 85

Developer of the first virtual circuit network switch Fellow, 85; died 13 June Fraser developed the Datakit, the first virtual circuit network switch, while working at AT&T Labs in Florham Park, N.J. The telecommunications technology is used by all major U.S. telephone companies. He invented other pioneering technologies as well, including the file system for the Titan supercomputer… → Read More

Leading the Way for More LGBTQ Inclusivity in STEM

This IEEE member helps companies ramp up their inclusion efforts → Read More

This Startup Is Using AI to Help Keep Store Shelves Stocked

Wisy’s platform eases supply-chain issues by tracking inventory → Read More