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September 28, 2017 – “Oktoberfest” – Hilton Garden Inn – Southfield, MI

October 19, 2017 – Maker Meeting – Current Probes or HDTV Antennas – Bosch

October 24/25/26 Testing Expo 2017 – Novi Michigan

November 16, 2017 – Jerry Begal (W9NPI)  – Topic: “A Brief History of Military Communications” – Al Ameer – Canton

Spring 2018 – iNARTE Workshop

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Kimball Williams (r.), Director of Speaker Arrangements, Southeastern Michigan EMC Society (Chapter VIII), presenting letters to Mr. Tom Hagen (c.) and Mr. Jim Abshier (l.).  The letters acknowledge their professional commitment to the education of chapter members and that a donation will be made in their names to the IEEE EMC Society President’s Memorial Scholarship Fund.  They spoke at the July 20, 2017 chapter meeting on “Radio Astronomy for the Amateur.”

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Frank Sabath, President EMC Society, presenting to Mark Steffka the 2016 Laurence G. Cumming Award for Outstanding Service.  The award plaque citation is “For outstanding service to the EMC community, significantly in the area of EMC education.”  The award was presented at the EMC 2016 Conference on July 28, 2016 at The Westin Hotel in Ottawa, Canada.

Mark has been a significant contributor to the EMC society since 2001.  He chaired the first IEEE Southeastern Michigan EMC Fest which is now held annually by the EMC Chapter with more than 100 in attendance.  He has served the EMC Society as chair of a number of symposia and technical sessions; chaired the Education & Student Activities Committee for over four years; and served as an Distinguished Lecturer.

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Cyrous Rostamzadeh receiving the 2015 IEEE Region 4 Outstanding Professional Award from Bob Parro,  R4 Director.  The award was presented on January 30, 2016 at the 2016 IEEE Regions 4, 5 & 6 Joint Meeting which was held in Las Vegas. The award citation is “Who, through his technical abilities and leadership has made significant contribution to the engineering profession.  His example and dedication to the profession has inspired all who know him, and to lead them in the furthering of the high standards of the engineering profession as prescribed by the IEEEE. ______________________________________________________________________

Congratulations to Scott Lytle for Receiving the IEEE 2015 Sustained Service to the EMC Society Award Jim Woodyard, EMC Chapter VIII Awards Director, presenting to Scott Lytle, on behalf of the IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society, the 2015 Sustained Service to the EMC Society Award. The award was presented at the October 7th IEEE SEM EMC Chapter VIII meeting. The award was announced in August at the EMC 2015 Symposium held in Dresden. The award citation reads: For service since 2000, successfully leading the Southeastern Michigan EMC Chapter to become the most successful Chapter in the Section and also spearheading each year’s very successful “EMC Fest.” Scott is the current chair of the chapter and has served continuously as chair for the past 15 years. _______________________________________________________________________

WANTED:  New IEEE Senior Members.  Check out the Senior Member Brochure ______________________________________________________________________ Cyrous3 Mr. Cyrous Rostamzadeh received the IEEESEM Section Outstanding Member Award for contributions to the EMC Chapter VIII and the SEM Section.  The award was presented at the 2015 Spring Conference of the IEEESEM Section on April 28th. ___________________________________________________________ Congratulations to Scott Lytle for Receiving the 2015 ESD Outstanding Member Award Dr. Nicholas Langhals, Vice Chair off the IEEE Southeastern Michigan (IEEE SEM) Section, presenting the 2015 ESD Outstanding Member Award to Scott Lytle for outstanding contributions to the success of IEEE SEM activities. The award was presented at the Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) 2015 Gold Banquet on March 11, 2015.  Scott has been chair of the IEEE SEM Chapter 8 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Society since 2008. His leadership has resulted in the chapter being the most successful chapter in IEEE SEM as measured by membership, monthly technical programs and community outreach educational programs.  He has spearheaded the chapter’s annual EMCFest which draws internationally known EMC speakers and EMC vendors.  The EMCFest serves to generate revenue for the chapter’s programs and maintain a high interest level of the membership. _________________________________________________________________________ KIM Kimball Williams received The Jack Sherman Outstanding Member Award for significant professional and technical contributions to the Institute. His example and dedication to the profession has inspired all who know him to further the high standards prescribed by IEEE. The award was presented at the January 24, 2015 IEEE Region 4-6 Meeting in San Diego. _______________________________________________________________________

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