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Message from IEEE on coronavirus COVID-19

The World Health Organization officially declared the novel coronavirus COVID-19 a pandemic. This global health crisis is a unique challenge that has impacted many members of the IEEE family. We would like to express our concern and support for all the members of the IEEE community, our staff, our families and all others affected by this outbreak.

Governments around the world have issued restrictions on travel, gatherings, and meetings in an effort to limit and slow the spread of the virus. The health and safety of the IEEE community is our first priority and IEEE is supporting these efforts.
 
We request that all members avoid conducting in-person activities in areas impacted by the coronavirus threat and instead maximize the use of our online and virtual alternatives. IEEE provides many tools to support our membership with virtual engagement, including our online collaboration space IEEE Collabratec (https://ieee-collabratec.ieee.org/).
 
Following the advice of local authorities, most IEEE conferences and meetings have already been postponed or replaced with virtual meetings.
 
IEEE publications continue to accept submissions and publish impactful cutting-edge research. Our online publications remain available to researchers and students around the world.
 
IEEE standards development also continues, using online collaboration to replace in-person working groups.
 
IEEE educational activities continue to offer online instruction and IEEE’s pre-university educational resources (https://tryengineering.org/) may be of assistance to families of students whose classroom activities have been disrupted.
 
All IEEE operations are continuing. At many of our global offices, IEEE staff will support IEEE’s mission while teleworking from their homes to minimize risk. As of this time, on the advice of local authorities,  IEEE offices in China remain open.
 
We know that many of you are directly and indirectly engaged in the fight against this disease: supporting biomedical research and applications, supporting data analysis and modeling, maintaining critical communications and power infrastructure and caring for each other.  We are grateful for your work.
 
We extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all of our IEEE members for your understanding. These are difficult times, but we will get through them by working together. Thank you for your support of our shared mission to advance technology for humanity.

Please stay safe and well.
 
Toshio Fukuda, President, IEEE
Stephen Welby, IEEE Executive Director

You can find a wealth of information and resources on our website: https://spectrum.ieee.org/static/covid19-ieee-resources 

 

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