Table of Content
From the Editor
Stay Connected With Your Reliability Society:
Facebook, Yahoo Groups and LinkIn
Call for Nominations
Awards: Call for Nominations
Security and Fault Tolerance-
Joint Boston, New
Hampshire, Providence Chapter
Annual Technology Report
Prognostic Health Management Conference -
Announcement and Call for Papers
Call for Papers
Green Technology Reliability Seminar
Safety & Reliability Workshop
Maxim Resource Library
Security and Privacy Magazine:
Call for Papers
Distinguished Lecturer Program:
Call for RS
Reliability Society Home
RS Newsletter Homepage
Stay Connected with Your Reliability Society
Reliability Society is continuing to explore ways to communicate with its
members and encourage members to network with each other. Use one or more of
the sites listed below to keep abreast of the latest developments in
reliability engineering and get to know other professionals in your field.
Society on LinkIn
Did You Know.....
That the Reliability Society has a
Linkedin Group? If you are a Linkedin member, from the Linkedin home page,
select "Groups>Groups Directory" and search on IEEE Reliability Society.
You are welcome to join your colleagues already in the group!
Reliability Society on Yahoo Groups
This group is designed for free exchange of thoughts and
ideas, events, activities, help/guidance and job/resume postings for
engineers engaged in the field of reliability. The term "reliability"
includes the related fields of maintainability, safety and logistics.
The focus of this group is on system, component, software, fabrication and
This international group has been established to support and promote the
reliability engineering profession. Businesses and non-IEEE members are
welcome to join.
This group is semi-moderated. Posting of junk messages (spam) will not be
As a member of this group, you will be able to see all messages and
responses posted to the board. Likewise, you may post a message to the
board. Only members of the group are able to view and post messages. When
you join this group, if you wish to receive a personal copy of each message
posted, select 'Individual Email'. You may choose a 'Daily Digest' summary
of the day's messages. Alternatively, you can choose to read the messages
whenever you visit the group site. In this case, you should select 'Web
Only'. However, this choice limits the fun of joining in "live" on a
discussion thread. Of course, you can change your choice to one of the other
options at a later date.
To list a job opportunity or your resume, use the Post Messages feature in
the left table of the page with the subject being "Resume" or "Employment
Opportunity". [Yahoo Groups no longer allow an attachment (such as your
resume) to your message.] Your e-mail address will be visible at the top of
any message that you post. As the originator of a message, you may delete
your message at a later date.
Technical photographs may be posted. Please create a sub-folder within
Photos (table to the left) in which to place them and reference the
sub-folder in your message.
Society on Facebook
information coming soon.