IEEE Volunteers Sought

LTU IEEE Branch Advisors, Dr. Jaber and Dr. Chase, are looking for volunteers with the necessary leadership and organizational skills to impact the future success of the organization. The list of available volunteer leadership opportunities within LTU IEEE Branch is as follows:

1 – IEEE Student Branch Chair
2 – IEEE Student Branch President
3 – IEEE Student Branch Vice-President

If selected, the successful candidate will benefit as follows (this list is not exhaustive):

1 – Opportunities for Technical/Educational Networking: e.g. Meet people in my field of practice, other areas of practice, experts in various engineering fields, Make local, national & international contacts, and actively participate in meeting tutorials, presentations, seminars and conferences
2 – Opportunities for commercial networking
3 – Opportunities for career/employment networking: e.g. Exposure to employees & managers, meet potential new employers, interface with possible new co-workers
4 – Professional development opportunities: e.g. Learn, develop and practice: Leadership, management, personal communication, public speaking, and meeting/event planning skills
5 – Leadership skills growth: e.g. Interpersonal communications, conflict management, problem solving, and decision making
6 – Management skills growth: e.g. Successfully conduct meetings
7 – Sense of accomplishments: e.g. “Feeling” of having a meaningful voice in the IEEE and event planning
8 – Exposure to state-of-the-art technology

Please send your resumes to both Dr. Jaber at and Dr. Chase at

Announcement: Research Assistant Opening

Dr. Jaber, a Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and Director of ISWiNLab, is looking for a very skilled programmer to develop an “App” for a home energy management system (HEMS) proposal that has already been fully designed by Dr. Jaber. The student research assistant will have all the high level design diagrams required to develop the final App. The project abstract/description is as follows.

Abstract — Consumer domain energy management systems or home energy management system (HEMS) is largely neglected in existing practical smart grid EMS studies. One of ISWiNLab’s projects proposes a practical HEMS that supports various existing and emerging actors. Some of the proposed features include the support of automatic and manual scheduling and control of the devices, continuous monitoring and efficient notification. The goal of the design is to achieve optimized performance under dynamic situations. For better understanding and implementation of the concepts behind Dr. Jbaer’s proposed design, detailed Use Case diagrams of the various actors and their functionalities will be provided to the successful candidate. A substantial amount of peak shaving/shifting is observed using the proposed application when tested in a simulator.

Please contact Dr. Jaber at njaberatltudotedu if you have any questions about the position and/or to submit your resume. Please, only qualified candidates should apply.