Arthur D. Little's Stuart Lipoff named president of the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society.CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 11, 1996--The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Inc. (IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, New York, www.ieee.org) A membership organization that includes engineers, scientists and students in electronics and allied fields. ) has appointed Stuart Lipoff of Arthur D. Little Arthur D. Little, Inc. is the world's first management consulting firm. Founded in 1886 by Arthur Dehon Little, an MIT chemist who discovered acetate, and co-worker Roger Griffin, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Arthur D. Little pioneered the concept of contracted technology research. , one of the world's leading consulting firms, to President of its Consumer Electronics Society.
The IEEE is the world's largest technical professional society with more than 320,000 members worldwide. The Consumer Electronics Society is the leading technical association in the industry, responsible for gathering and broadcasting information regarding the design and manufacture of consumer electronics components and products. The vast array of technologies being addressed by the CES community range from cellular telephones to PC hardware, home automation systems, video systems and home healthcare devices.
"It is an honor to be named to this all-star team comprised of some of the country's finest scientists and engineers," said Lipoff. "I look forward to contributing my expertise, especially to promote standards and technical activities within the industry."
About Stuart Lipoff
As vice president and director of Advanced Electronics Technology in Arthur D. Little's Electronic Systems Section, Stuart Lipoff assists clients in their efforts to leverage technologies in telecommunications and apply it to businesses. These activities range from modifying the architecture of a company's telephone system to providing counsel and recommendations regarding the pending changes in telecommunications legislation. Lipoff aids companies in developing strategies for success as the cable and telecom industries converge and personal communications and wireless services need to be clearly defined. He has also helped large telecommunications providers take advantage of new opportunities in emerging markets.
Lipoff joined Arthur D. Little from Bell & Howell Communications Co. He has bachelor's degrees in both Electrical Engineering electrical engineering: see engineering.
Branch of engineering concerned with the practical applications of electricity in all its forms, including those of electronics. and Engineering Physics from Lehigh University Lehigh University, at Bethlehem, Pa.; coeducational; chartered and opened 1866 by Asa Packer. It has undergraduate colleges of arts and science, business and economics, and engineering and applied science, as well as several graduate programs. . He has also received a master's degree master's degree
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Noun 1. in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University Northeastern University, at Boston, Mass.; coeducational; founded 1898 as a program within the Boston YMCA, inc. 1916, university status 1922, fully independent of the YMCA 1948. , and a MBA MBA
Master of Business Administration
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Master in Business, Master in Business Administration degree from Suffolk University During the 1990s Suffolk University constructed its first residence halls, began satellite programs with other colleges in Massachusetts, and opened campuses in both Madrid, Spain, and Dakar, Senegal, (the Suffolk University Dakar Campus). .
In addition to his new role as president of the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society, Lipoff serves as chairman of the Consumer Electronics Society Standards Committee. He is a member of the Society for Cable Television Engineers, as well as the Electronic Industries Association's subcommittee that is developing a U.S. system design recommendation for a broadcast teletext teletext: see videotex.
A broadcasting service that transmits text to a TV set that has a teletext decoder. It uses the vertical blanking interval of the TV signal (black line between frames when vertical hold is not adjusted) to transmit about a hundred electronic news service.
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