An Important clarification about Senior Members of IEEE. — by KHALID MAHMOOD – (M’89 SM’08) M01684340561220 – Updated January 01 of 2022

Since 2008 I was a Senior Member (not aged based or membership length based seniority) among IEEE members as per IEEE membership classifications. As of December 20 of 2021 I am a Senior (age wise) according to the govt. of Canada classifications for retirement, pension, old age benefits etc., but I am not retiring, not applying for Old age (non-mandatory), rather I want to Roll back my life to PRE-IMMIGRATION status, meaning I have decided not to maintain Citizenship of Canada after I go back to my previous work in Jubail Saudi Arabia, where I joined IEEE initially.

IEEE seniority exists because of outstanding work and/education or contribution in technical field, seniority levels exists in other areas of life as well (which is not age based seniority) suçh as in schools students have junior or senior levels , kindergarten have it etc.

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Since I (my picture shown below at the dinner table touching a chair) was elevated to senior level of my IEEE membership in August 2008 (from Ottawa Section, I was 11 years younger at that time) many people I came across had a difficulty in understanding it. For many, word […]

An Important clarification about Senior Members of IEEE. — KHALID MAHMOOD M01684340561220


Published by the undersigned:


خالد محمود ھملٹن اونٹاریو کینیڈا



2-671 Fennell Ave. East,

(Door#: 2 with curtain on the upper Floor)

Hamilton Ontario L8V 1V3 Canada

(correct postal code for my address as assigned by Canada Post is L8V1V3, it is NOT 3J3).

Monthly Tenant (in this building since 2017 May – 57 months in January 2022 – I was trapped to rent in such building, I did not ask for this address.)

A suggestion to the technical and Engineering Colleges/Universities to include some courses in their programme to prepare graduate students to learn to survive the shock and stress of govt. provided social assistance due to unemployment and unknown reasons, which I was never/not taught.

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