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Welcome to the December issue of our newsletter. On November 16, 2023, during the IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB) meeting in Washington, DC, held between November 15 and 18 , the president-elect, Ron Goldfarb, and I had our Magnetics Society review, which is organized every five years. Thanks to the continuous efforts by the standing committee chairs and members, the Administration Committee (AdCom) members, and all the Society members, we received very positive comments from the panel...

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