Notice to the Membership

The IEEE Board of Directors sanctions a member

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THE INSTITUTE The IEEE Ethics and Member Conduct Committee (EMCC) received a complaint against Dr. Ronald Mahler, a member of IEEE. Following an EMCC investigation, a hearing board appointed by the IEEE Board of Directors found cause that he had violated Article 9 of the IEEE Code of Ethics and Article 3 of the IEEE Code of Conduct. The IEEE Board of Directors sustained these findings and imposed the sanction of a three-year suspension from IEEE membership on Dr. Mahler. The IEEE Board of Directors also determined that this notification to the IEEE membership should be made.

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