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[http://ewh.ieee.org/r9/panama/ Link to Section Homepage]  
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<p>[http://ewh.ieee.org/r9/panama/ Link to Section Homepage] </p>
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<p>[[Media:IEEE_Geographic_Unit_Organizing_Document_-_Panama.pdf|IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - Panama]] </p>
  
 
== History  ==
 
== History  ==
  
On July 19, 1972, Eng. Ernesto Obregon, Director of the [[Region 9 (Latin America) History|IEEE Region 9]], announced through local newspapers an invitation to engineers and electricians electronic Panama, in order to bring together those who were interested in forming the IEEE Section of Panama. On the same date, during the meeting to be held at the Hotel Panama, was appointed the organizing committee as follows:
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<p>On July 19, 1972, Eng. Ernesto Obregon, Director of the [[Region 9 (Latin America) History|IEEE Region 9]], announced through local newspapers an invitation to engineers and electricians electronic Panama, in order to bring together those who were interested in forming the IEEE Section of Panama. On the same date, during the meeting to be held at the Hotel Panama, was appointed the organizing committee as follows: </p>
  
President - Carlos E. Rodriguez B.
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<p>President - Carlos E. Rodriguez B. </p>
  
Vice President - Hernan Acevedo
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<p>Vice President - Hernan Acevedo </p>
  
Secretary - Antonio Raven
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<p>Secretary - Antonio Raven </p>
  
Treasurer - D. Oswald Cleghorn  
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<p>Treasurer - D. Oswald Cleghorn </p>
  
Vocal - Roberto Barraza
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<p>Vocal - Roberto Barraza </p>
  
Vocal - Daniel George  
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<p>Vocal - Daniel George </p>
  
On July 24, 1972 Organizing Committee raised the formal request to require the approval to establish the Panama Section of IEEE. This request was signed by thirteen active members residing in the Republic of Panama, nine active members residing in the territory of the former Canal Zone, a member in arrears and three non-members of the IEEE.  
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<p>On July 24, 1972 Organizing Committee raised the formal request to require the approval to establish the Panama Section of IEEE. This request was signed by thirteen active members residing in the Republic of Panama, nine active members residing in the territory of the former Canal Zone, a member in arrears and three non-members of the IEEE. </p>
  
== Founding Members ==
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== Chapters  ==
  
The creation of the Panamá Section of the IEEE was adopted on September 12, 1972 and duly constituted by the following members considered "founding members":  
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The Panama Section formed a chapter of [[IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society History|EMBS]] in March 2010.
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== Recognitions ==
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Supporting Friend of IEEE Member and Geographic Activities
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*2012 ABB Panama (R9), Panama, Panama, For continuous support to IEEE activities in Latin America.
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== Founding Members  ==
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<p>The creation of the Panamá Section of the IEEE was adopted on September 12, 1972 and duly constituted by the following members considered "founding members": </p>
  
 
*Carlos Ramon, Algandona Argote, Roberto Barraza, Jose Barrios  
 
*Carlos Ramon, Algandona Argote, Roberto Barraza, Jose Barrios  
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*Cristobal Silva, Miguel Aued
 
*Cristobal Silva, Miguel Aued
  
In January 1973 one started to prepare the statutes of the section and ran candidates for the first Board of Directors. On 20 February the same year was chosen the first Board of Directors, remaining as follows:  
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<p>In January 1973 one started to prepare the statutes of the section and ran candidates for the first Board of Directors. On 20 February the same year was chosen the first Board of Directors, remaining as follows: </p>
  
 
*President, Jorge T. German.  
 
*President, Jorge T. German.  
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*Vocal, Val F. De la Guardia
 
*Vocal, Val F. De la Guardia
  
The Section Panama was then formed by two Senior Members, 24 Members, 8 Associates, and a student.  
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<p>The Section Panama was then formed by two Senior Members, 24 Members, 8 Associates, and a student. </p>
  
 
== Presidents of Panama IEEE Section  ==
 
== Presidents of Panama IEEE Section  ==
  
1973 - George T. German
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<p>1973 - George T. Aleman </p>
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<p>1974 - Ernesto Richa </p>
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<p>1975 - Charles H. Numan Algandona </p>
  
1974 - Ernesto Richa
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<p>1976 - Numan Vasquez </p>
  
1975 - Charles H. Numan Algandona
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<p>1977 - Carlos E. Horacio Alfaro Rodriguez Jr. </p>
  
1976 - Vasquez
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<p>1978 </p>
  
1977 - Carlos E. Horacio Alfaro Rodriguez Jr.
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<p>1979 - Antonio Raven </p>
  
1978
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<p>1980 - Victor C. Urrutia </p>
  
1979 - Antonio Raven
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<p>1981 - Ramon O. Argote </p>
  
1980 - Victor C. Urrutia
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<p>1982 - Marco A. Chen </p>
  
1981 - Ramon O. Argote
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<p>1983 - Cristobal Silva Calderon Orlando </p>
  
1982 - Marco A. Chen
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<p>1984 </p>
  
1983 - Cristobal Silva Calderon Orlando
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<p>1985 - Manuel F. Fernando Diaz Reyes </p>
  
1984
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<p>1986 </p>
  
1985 - Manuel F. Fernando Diaz Reyes
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<p>1987 - Oscar Rendoll </p>
  
1986
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<p>1988 - Hernan Acevedo </p>
  
1987 - Oscar Rendoll
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<p>1989 - Carlos E. Luke R. Rangel </p>
  
1988 - Hernan Acevedo
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<p>1990 - Lucas Halphen </p>
  
1989 - Carlos E. Luke R. Rangel
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<p>1991 - Jaime R. Jaen W. </p>
  
1990 - Halphen
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<p>1992 - Enrique A. Tejera M. </p>
  
1991 - James R. Jaen W.  
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<p>1993 - George H. Lee </p>
  
1992 - Henry A. Tejera M.
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<p>1994 - Gustavo A. Bayard </p>
  
1993 - George H. Lee
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<p>1995 - 1996 - Gustavo A. Rodrigo A. Bernal </p>
  
1994 - Gustavo A. Bayard
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<p>1997 - Rodrigo Chanis </p>
  
1995 - 1996 - Gustavo A. Rodrigo A. Bernal
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<p>1998 - Evaristo Alvarez </p>
  
1997 - Chanis
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<p>1999 - 2000 - Jorge Him C. </p>
  
1998 - S. Evaristo Alvarez
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<p>2001 - 2002 - Roman Altamiranda </p>
  
1999 - 2000 - George J. Him C.
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<p>2003 - 2004 - Tania Quiel </p>
  
2001 - 2002 - Roman Altamiranda
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<p>2005 - 2006 - Leonardo Perez </p>
  
2003 - 2004 - Tania Quiel
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<p>2007 - 2008 - Gustavo Diaz </p>
  
2005 - 2006 - Leonardo Perez
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<p>2009 - 2010 - Haydi Galvez </p>
  
2007-2008
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<p>The Student Branch of the Technological University of Panama, was the first branch organized and approved, in 1982. The request was backed by 45 students of Engineering. His adviser was Eng. Jorge E. Salvatierra. Its first president in 1982-1983 was July Ivan Rovio. </p>
  
The Student Branch of the Technological University of Panama, was the first branch organized and approved, in 1982. The request was backed by 45 students of Engineering. His adviser was Eng. Jorge E. Salvatierra. Its first president in 1982-1983 was July Ivan Rovio.  
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<p>At present Panama' Section has more than 300 members with Socity chapters of Power & Energy, Industrial Applications, Computer, Medicine and Biology and Communications; Student branches of the Technological University of Panama, University Santa Maria la Antigua, University of Panama and Latina. </p>
  
At present Section Panama has 317 members in chapters power supplies, industrial applications, Computer and Communications Branch of the Technological University of Panama, branch of the University Santa Maria la Antigua and Rama at the University of Panama.
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== Documents ==
  
Are you a member of this section? Please help expand the article by using the edit tab. <br>  
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[[Media:Historia original IEEE Seccion Panama.pdf|Historia original IEEE Seccion Panama]]
  
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Latest revision as of 17:47, 6 August 2012

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IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - Panama

Contents

History

On July 19, 1972, Eng. Ernesto Obregon, Director of the IEEE Region 9, announced through local newspapers an invitation to engineers and electricians electronic Panama, in order to bring together those who were interested in forming the IEEE Section of Panama. On the same date, during the meeting to be held at the Hotel Panama, was appointed the organizing committee as follows:

President - Carlos E. Rodriguez B.

Vice President - Hernan Acevedo

Secretary - Antonio Raven

Treasurer - D. Oswald Cleghorn

Vocal - Roberto Barraza

Vocal - Daniel George

On July 24, 1972 Organizing Committee raised the formal request to require the approval to establish the Panama Section of IEEE. This request was signed by thirteen active members residing in the Republic of Panama, nine active members residing in the territory of the former Canal Zone, a member in arrears and three non-members of the IEEE.

Chapters

The Panama Section formed a chapter of EMBS in March 2010.

Recognitions

Supporting Friend of IEEE Member and Geographic Activities

  • 2012 ABB Panama (R9), Panama, Panama, For continuous support to IEEE activities in Latin America.

Founding Members

The creation of the Panamá Section of the IEEE was adopted on September 12, 1972 and duly constituted by the following members considered "founding members":

  • Carlos Ramon, Algandona Argote, Roberto Barraza, Jose Barrios
  • Guillermo Flumach, Robert Inchausti, Edilberto George, T. Yee German
  • Daniel H. George,  A. Ernesto Richa, Manuel Lopez,  Esplá Val De la Guardia
  • Mario O. Roger,  Ng Endara, Antonio Raven, Hernan Acevedo
  • D. Oswald Charles,  E. Cleghorn Rodriguez B.
  • Ricardo Vasquez, Vasquez Numan, Horacio Alfaro, Hugo Tapia
  • Cristobal Silva, Miguel Aued

In January 1973 one started to prepare the statutes of the section and ran candidates for the first Board of Directors. On 20 February the same year was chosen the first Board of Directors, remaining as follows:

  • President, Jorge T. German.
  • Vice President, Ernesto Richa
  • Secretary, Daniel H. George
  • Treasurer, Manuel Lopez Esplá
  • Vocal, Val F. De la Guardia

The Section Panama was then formed by two Senior Members, 24 Members, 8 Associates, and a student.

Presidents of Panama IEEE Section

1973 - George T. Aleman

1974 - Ernesto Richa

1975 - Charles H. Numan Algandona

1976 - Numan Vasquez

1977 - Carlos E. Horacio Alfaro Rodriguez Jr.

1978

1979 - Antonio Raven

1980 - Victor C. Urrutia

1981 - Ramon O. Argote

1982 - Marco A. Chen

1983 - Cristobal Silva Calderon Orlando

1984

1985 - Manuel F. Fernando Diaz Reyes

1986

1987 - Oscar Rendoll

1988 - Hernan Acevedo

1989 - Carlos E. Luke R. Rangel

1990 - Lucas Halphen

1991 - Jaime R. Jaen W.

1992 - Enrique A. Tejera M.

1993 - George H. Lee

1994 - Gustavo A. Bayard

1995 - 1996 - Gustavo A. Rodrigo A. Bernal

1997 - Rodrigo Chanis

1998 - Evaristo Alvarez

1999 - 2000 - Jorge Him C.

2001 - 2002 - Roman Altamiranda

2003 - 2004 - Tania Quiel

2005 - 2006 - Leonardo Perez

2007 - 2008 - Gustavo Diaz

2009 - 2010 - Haydi Galvez

The Student Branch of the Technological University of Panama, was the first branch organized and approved, in 1982. The request was backed by 45 students of Engineering. His adviser was Eng. Jorge E. Salvatierra. Its first president in 1982-1983 was July Ivan Rovio.

At present Panama' Section has more than 300 members with Socity chapters of Power & Energy, Industrial Applications, Computer, Medicine and Biology and Communications; Student branches of the Technological University of Panama, University Santa Maria la Antigua, University of Panama and Latina.

Documents

Are you a member of this section? Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.

Historia original IEEE Seccion Panama