SPIE Professional July 2013
SPIE members have until 16 August to vote on a slate of officers to serve the Society for 2014.
Eligible SPIE members who have not yet received their ballot should contact email@example.com.
The results of voting for vice president, secretary/treasurer, and four new directors wiill be announced at the SPIE annual general meeting in San Diego, CA (USA), 27 August.
The two candidates for vice president are both SPIE Fellows who have served on the SPIE Board of Directors. The elected vice president will become president-elect in 2015 and president in 2016.
Candidates for SPIE vice president:
See videos of the two vice president candidates discussing their backgrounds, their goals, and the issues facing SPIE and SPIE members.
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SPIE directors serve three-year terms and officers serve for one year.
The incoming officers for 2014 who are not on the ballot:
|SPIE Fellow H. Philip Stahl, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (USA), president-elect for 2013, will become president in January 2014.
||SPIE Fellow Toyohiko Yatagai of Utsunomiya University (Japan), serving as vice president for 2013, will become president-elect in 2014.
Read more information about leadership and governance at SPIE.