Magnetics Society, Chicago Chapter (MAG)

The IEEE Magnetics Society promotes the advancement of science, technology, applications and training in magnetism. It fosters presentation and exchange of information among its members and within the global technical community, including education and training of young engineers and scientists. It seeks to nurture positive interactions between all national and regional societies acting in the field of magnetism. The Society maintains the highest standard of professionalism and technical competency.

As part of the Chicago Section, the MagSoc Chapter provides a local interface to the worldwide network of the IEEE. In addition, we organize technical presentations, social events, and networking opportunities of interest to the magnetics community across the Chicagoland. For further information or to find out about volunteer opportunities contact our officers below.

IEEE Chicago’s Magnetics Society Chapter Officers:

Chair: Prof. Pedram Khalili, Northwestern University

Vice-Chair: Dr. Yi Li, Argonne National Laboratory, Materials Science Division

Secretary & WIE/WIS Chair: Dr. Yuepeng Zhang, Argonne National Laboratory, Applied Materials Division

Treasurer & YP Chair: Dr. Yi Li, Argonne National Laboratory, Materials Science Division

Nomination for 2022 IEEE Chicago Early Career Award in Magnetics and Nanotechnology

Deadline: October 2, 2022


The nominated candidate:

  1. Should be currently working as a researcher, including both academic institute and industry, from the Greater Chicago area or its neighbor states (Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Kentucky)
  2. Should be not more than 7 years after completion of his/her Ph.D. degree
  3. Should have already shown outstanding scientific or technical achievements in Magnetics or Nanotechnology which has been significantly beyond the average performance at that career level.
  4. Does not need to be nominated by an IEEE member

Download the form here and email it to Yi

Read more about the award in this post