Professor Claudio Paoloni has been elected to the Board of Governors of the prestigious IEEE Electron Device Society.
Professor Paoloni, who is also Head of Engineering at Lancaster University, takes up the position as one of 22 elected members for a three-year term.
The IEEE Electron Device Society is global society with more than 10,000 members and more than 200 chapters across six continents.
It aims to promote excellence in the field of electron devices, as well as providing valuable services to enhance the careers and learning of its members.
Professor Paoloni said: “I am so honoured and excited to serve the IEEE Electron Device Society as member of the Board of Governors. The Electron Device Society is a vibrant and influential scientific community of distinguished scientists that has shaped, and are creating, the future electronics.”
Professor Paoloni also chairs the IEEE Electron Devices Society Vacuum Electronics Technical Committee.
His research interests lie in technologies to help realise future wireless communications such as 5G and novel vacuum electronics devices. He has led major international research programmes in this area, such as the European Union’s Horizon 2020-funded TWEETHER and ULTRAWAVE programmes, and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council-funded D-LINK.Back to News