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This month's featured IEEE News source is IEEE Societies and Communities Blog.

IEEE created a short video highlights some of the many benefits of being a U.S. IEEE member, and how the "I" in IEEE-USA is all about YOU.

Produced by IEEE-USA staff, you are welcome to download this video for use on your Section, Chapter or local IEEE web site, or to play at IEEE-sponsored events.

For details and the video, please visit

Legislation to create 55,000 new STEM visas was defeated in Congress on 20 September, despite receiving strong bipartisan support.

While disappointing, the vote does not necessarily preclude further action on a STEM bill later this year.

For more details, please read the article by Russ Harrison at IEEE-USA today’s engineer.

Qualified student branches are encouraged to start preparing now to submit comprehensive, well justified applications and to ensure time to arrange the three required letters of support all by the November 15 deadline.

SULFA is an open library for benchmarking video forensic algorithms.

Some datasets contain attack data, others contain background data.

Recently, IEEE memberNet, the online member directory, was improved by defaulting additional fields as part of a member’s profile.

The article, written by Debra Feldman, gives brief primer on how to job search more successfully in today’s very competitive environment.

The Fast S-Transform (FST) is a new algorithm for solving the S-Transform with significantly reduced time and complexity. Software packages implementing the FST are now available for download at Sourceforge. The FST is currently available for both C and Python.



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