The IEEE ComSoc Young Professionals group provides a “technical haven” within IEEE for the graduate students and early to mid-career professionals, who have graduated from their first professional degree within the past 15 years. It is an international community, whose members are interested in elevating their professional image, expanding their global network, connecting with peers locally and giving back to their community. This includes professionals from various sectors of the communications engineering field such as academia, industry, governmental agencies, and the startup community. These groups of vibrant young minds, who are gearing up to shape and lead their organizations, actively contribute as members to both IEEE ComSoc and the IEEE Young Professionals.

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How I managed to deal with the huge workloads during my Ph.D. studies

In this experience blog, we have Dr. Leila Askari, who candidly expresses herself about mental health and related avenues to cope with (expected) troubles during the Ph.D. journey. We would love to hear from you as well. Interested in sharing your experiences? Please let us know here. Leila Askari received...

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YP Chat: Dr. Maanak Gupta on Cybersecurity

In this blog, we have an interview with Dr. Maanak Gupta, Professor in the Department of Computer Science and faculty affiliate at the Cybersecurity Education, Research and Outreach Center (CEROC) at Tennessee Technological University, USA, on cybersecurity and different aspects of his early research career. Let’s know more about Dr....

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PUE Attack and GAN based Defense: Lingering Threat in Spectrum Sharing and Remedy

In this blog, Dr. Debashri Roy will discuss GAN-based learning techniques to defend against the primary user emulation attack while dynamically accessing the spectrum following her GLOBECOM 2019 paper. Debashri is a postdoctoral fellow under the Experiential AI program at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University, since July. She...

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Securing Vehicular Communications through Blockchain

In this blog, we have Ferheen Ayaz discussing secure information flow in vehicular networks and how blockchain can play a role in Intelligent Transportation Systems. Ferheen Ayaz is a third-year Ph.D. researcher at the University of Sussex, UK. Her current research interests include blockchain applications in vehicular communications. She is...

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