All Systems Go for Launch!

Welcome Readers:

It is with great excitement that we announce the launch of IEEE-USA’s new flagship publication, IEEE-USA InSight. The pages you see here today are the collaborative effort of many IEEE-USA volunteers and staff. Created at the request of IEEE-USA’s Board of Directors, IEEE-USA InSight represents the merger of IEEE-USA’s two award-winning publications – Today’s Engineer and IEEE-USA in ACTION.

IEEE-USA InSight will continue to bring you the same thought-provoking and insightful content that you’ve become accustomed to receiving from IEEE-USA – careers, public policy and news and announcements from IEEE-USA – in one comprehensive publication. With the help of IEEE’s outstanding IT staff, we have transitioned to a new look and feel, designed and built from the ground up with you, the reader, in mind. We have moved to a publishing platform that will allow for greater interactivity, and brings our new publication into the 21st century. Readers will be able to comment inline, rate articles, respond to short polls, and take advantage of a vastly improved search engine to quickly and easily find the content they are looking for.

At the same time, we are launching IEEE-USA’s new Shop Site, where all of IEEE-USA’s eBooks can be discovered and added to the IEEE shopping cart, delivering an integrated experience for IEEE members and IEEE web account holders.

IEEE members in the United States will continue to receive monthly email updates from IEEE-USA announcing new content on IEEE-USA InSight, as well as other news and announcements from IEEE-USA.

Thank you for your faithful readership over the years. We hope that you will continue along with us on this exciting new journey. As with any new site or publication, we expect that there will be some bugs and areas for improvement. We look forward to hearing from you about what you like and don’t like about the new format. We can’t promise that changes will happen overnight, but we will be listening to your feedback and will take constructive criticism into consideration as we continually strive to improve our readers’ experience.


Most of all, this publication is yours, and we hope that you will find it a place to visit often, and share your thoughts on the issues facing today’s technology professionals. Let the conversation begin!

Best regards,
Greg Hill
Managing Editor, IEEE-USA Insight
John Yaglenski
Director, IEEE-USA Communications & IT


In Appreciation

Countless volunteers and staff deserve our gratitude for helping to bring this new publication to life. Please forgive us in advance if we have inadvertently omitted anyone (this has been a truly cooperative effort, involving many disparate teams and working groups from across the IEEE). We are grateful to you all — whether we met with you every week, just once on Webex, or never at all — your contributions are sincerely appreciated. 

We would like to give special thanks to our dedicated volunteers, who provided the vision and leadership to make this site a reality: Marc Apter, Gary Blank, Jim Jefferies, Karen Panetta, Nita Patel, Murty Polavarapu, the IEEE-USA Board of Directors, Gus Gaynor, Abby Robinson, Bill Hayes, Carol Glennon, Howard Wolfman, and Bozenna Pasik-Duncan.
On the staff side, we are indebted to: Rich Reeps, Prasanta Bhuyan, Pawel Surma, Priscilla Amalraj, Prabhakar Singh, Mark Slater, Larisa Boiko, Chris Brantley, Donna Hourican, Linda Tremper, Elizabeth Arancio, Dave Bankowski, Raja Natarajan, Meera Gopalan, Georgia Stelluto, Sharon Richardson, Marnie James, Chris McManes, Casey Schwartz, Preeti Kulkarni, Bhavin Desai, Arathi Hebbar, Mona Raval, Kim Bradley, Mian Afroze, Naresh Erra, Prakash Bellur, Aubrey Walter, Terry Burns, Mark Riccardi, Elaine Webb, Saraswati Naimpally, Renuka Kumarasamy, Bharat Raval, Rathna Deshmukh, Teoderico David, Daniel Michelin, and Matthew Persons.


Guest Contributor

IEEE-USA is an organizational unit of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), created in 1973 to support the career and public policy interests of IEEE’s U.S. members. IEEE-USA is primarily supported by an annual assessment paid by U.S. IEEE Members.

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