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Home > Press > Live Chat TOMORROW with IEEE Photonics Society President-Elect - Oct 11th 10:30am EDT

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Tune in TOMORROW, Oct 11th, at 10:30 a.m. EDT and get to know the next IEEE Photonics Society President, Dalma Novak.

Live Chat TOMORROW with IEEE Photonics Society President-Elect - Oct 11th 10:30am EDT

Posted on October 10th, 2013

Speak live with Dalma Novak, IEEE Photonics Society (IPS) President-Elect and Co-Founder/Vice President of Engineering at Pharad, LLC. Through the Ustream Live-Chat, operated by IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE), Novak will discuss her experience in the photonics field and goals as the future IEEE Photonics Society President.

Learn why Novak is well-primed for advising on the Society's future, as a member of the IPS Board of Govenors, IPS Treasurer, and Co-Founder of the IEEE Victoria Section of Australia. Novak started IEEE as a student member and then went on to be an active leader in the IEEE Photonics Society. She also volunteers as an Associate Editor for several society publications and serves as both a program and general chair for the IEEE Photonics Conference.

Novak will discuss the following during the chat:
- Goals as 2014 IPS President; main goal: "Relevance"
- How members can get more involved at the Society level
- National Photonics Initiative (NPI)
- Experience as a female in the photonics and engineering industry


Mark your calendar and tune in live here: www.ustream.tv/Channel/Dalma-Novak

Have a Facebook account? RSVP here and recieve reminders: on.fb.me/1h9klsx

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