It was learned on 3rd July that after a rigorous review by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), Professor Ran Cheng was nominated of Senior Member for his outstanding contributions in the field of computational intelligence.
IEEE is currently the world’s largest non-profit professional technical society. It hosts or co-organizes more than 300 academic and technical conferences every year, and publishes approximately 30% of the world’s total literature. The technical field has a wide range of influence. Its members are more than 400,000 people in more than 160 countries and regions. Among them, Senior Member is the highest level an IEEE member can apply for, and it is also an honor for outstanding members of the organization. Every year, a special committee is established by IEEE to select and recommend. After strict evaluation, only about 7% to 8% Members can be selected as Senior Members. Candidates must be engineers, scientists, educators, technical directors or inventors in IEEE related fields, with at least 10 years of professional experience, and have achieved important research results within 5 years.