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2023 Message from the CASS President

Dear Members of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society,

First, I would like to convey my best wishes to all of you for a prosperous, healthy, productive, and enjoyable New Year.

I begin 2023 with the same enthusiasm as in the first year of my mandate, with the firm commitment of dedication and effort to expand and improve the quality of the services offered to our members, as well as to strengthen the technical leadership of our Society. In this message, I would like to briefly outline some of the important measures that have been developed in 2022 and present some new initiatives that will be put forward in the next months. I will use the same grouping of areas used in my early 2022 President's message for better tracking of accomplishments.

Remarkable efforts have been made to identify collaborative scenarios within the IEEE with the goal of providing additional benefits to our members. Thus, CASS has become one of the sponsoring societies of the IEEE Future Networks, which is an IEEE Technical Community that strives to address the challenges of next-generation wireless technologies. Similarly, CASS has joined the IEEE Smart Grid Consortium, where our members can find information, resources, and expertise about smart grid technology. With these two communities, CASS brings the number of sponsored Technical Communities to five, along with IEEE BrainIEEE Internet of the Things, and IEEE Rebooting Computing. In these communities, as well as in the six IEEE Councils financially sponsored by CASS, CASS members can participate for free or with significant discounts in the activities developed within these communities and can find a space for multidisciplinary and multi-society collaboration to advance research, standardization, and development of technologies.

In 2022, CASS also joined a new IEEE TAB Program on Climate Change whose objective is to discuss the current and future problems caused by climate change and define a roadmap of specific actions to mitigate its impact. In this Program, CASS is leading one of the identified task forces, namely, the impact of agriculture on climate change and GHG emissions. Further, in November, our society organized the first IEEE Workshop on Electronics for mitigating Climate Change (EmC2) which counts with the technical sponsorship of the IEEE Sensors Council, the IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS), the IEEE Nanotechnology Council, the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS), and the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT).

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