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Over that time, he has produced over Section meetings and workshops, establishing the Section as the premiere technical information resource for the New England motion imaging community. Forman For his contributions to the New York Section over more than a decade, as Manager, meeting producer and photographer.
Keith Graham For his instrumental work in revitalizing the San Francisco Section and rebuilding it into a contributing part of the Society. Keith has served as Section Chair sincewhen he reestablished the production of Section meetings, incorporating streaming to serve a wider audience and provide increased value to the membership.
Her tenacity, drive, and enthusiasm have made the Section a healthy organization with a positive future. Under his leadership, the Section has consistently provided high-value programs to the Section membership. He has used his knowledge of our industry and the people in it for the benefit of the Section.
While Diehl has produced many excellent technical programs, his most outstanding events have been the December holiday parties, which have grown to become the New York broadcast engineering community's social event of the year, with upward of people in attendance.
This success would not be possible without Diehl's organizing and fundraising skills. Kobylarz For his commitment to success of the Connecticut Subsection since its establishment in As the founding Chair of the Subsection, he has organized remarkable meetings that have drawn participants from all over New York and New England.
Dick Millais For his devoted service to the Hollywood Section. He is a pillar of the Hollywood Board of Managers, bringing an informed perspective and an abundance of knowledge to its work. Millais is dedicated to organizing, managing, and setting up Section meetings.
His work with the Local Arrangements Committee and volunteers at the Annual Technical Conference has been exemplary, and his presence at the conference has been indispensable.
He has been the backbone of the Section, serving as Secretary Treasurer from to and standing in as Chair pro-tem many times during his tenure. He has shepherded four changeovers in Chairs and Managers, providing quiet leadership for the Section's Board while supportively teaching new board members the ropes.
Ohlandt is not just a recognized veteran engineer, but one who gives back to the community through the New York Section, where he has been a member since Beckhaus has served on the Board of the SMPTE Australia Section sincetaking on the additional roles of Membership Chair, providing a contact point for queries from regional membership, and Minute Secretary, ensuring comprehensive reporting of both Section Board and Subcommittee meetings.
John is a dedicated Section member, always working behind-the-scenes to ensure the success of the Australia Section meetings.
Inhe was enlisted as the Technical Director for the newly reimagined Honors and Awards Ceremony, transforming the event from a small ceremony to the full-fledged, high quality, awards event that it has become.
Siegfried has reprised his role each year since, helping to improve the show in terms of technical production, quality, and prestige. A professor at Roma University, Federico strives to raise the bar in Digital Cinema education, and is working to provide his students with an introduction to the industry through participation in SMPTE.
For his leadership and commitment to raising the standard of quality for Atlanta Section events. His close alignment with developing trends and innovative technologies, as well as his substantial contacts in the industry, has led to a collection of well-executed, technically-inspired monthly meetings.
Through his efforts, the Atlanta Section has seen growth in both its membership and meeting attendance.
His contributions to the production of the Section's "Video Over IP" Seminar in particular set the bar for excellence in special event programming. All subsequent special events have been sold out, reinforcing SMPTE's reputation for producing exceptional and inspired events.
Peter has been a long-standing and diligently active member of the Section leadership team, providing consistently high levels of support to meeting events, including the biennial Australia Section Conference and Exhibition. Tim has consistently made the effort not only to improve Section meeting, but also to ensure that meeting notices are distributed and meetings are publicized in advance of the events.
He has also played a vital role in enlisting new members to the Section. As a Section Manager, Bruce has been involved in organizing and producing numerous Section events. He has attended meetings consistently and has contributed and initiated many ideas, which he has organized and implemented.
Eric Gsell For his dedicated service, positive attitude, technical knowledge and support of the Hollywood Section. He has been an invaluable member of the Hollywood Section and a creative, hardworking contributor to the success of Section and Society events.
SinceOleg has been instrumental in initiating and organizing annual 3D conferences, which have become the central events for 3D scientist and technicians in the Russian region. Oleg has played a major role in helping to support the continued success of members in the Russian Federation, as well as the motion picture industry.
Michael Day for his consistent support and dedication to the Australian Section. Michael has performed extensive and consistent duties on behalf of the Society and at a level that significantly exceeds expectations of a typical Section officer.
Ward Hansford for his outstanding contributions to the Australian Section for the past 17 years. His input has led to many innovations and developments in the event format, which includes development and acceptance of a set of unified guidelines for exhibitors. For the time that he has been on the Board of the Australia Section, Ward has performed his duties above and beyond the level of normal expectations.
Franco Visintin for his long-time dedication and support of the Italian Section. Franco has been, without a doubt, the most consistent grass roots supporter of the Italian Section since the beginning of activity in the Section. He displays a willingness to do whatever is necessary to contribute to the success of every Section event.Karl Popper: Political Philosophy.
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For his contributions as Member and manager of the Washington DC SMPTE Section and as the Student Chapter advisor of the Loyola University Maryland Chapter since its . PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: THE ROLE OF ENGINEERING IN SOCIETY S.P. Nichols and W.F. Weldon Center for Electromechanics, The University of Texas at Austin, USA.
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