IEEE供认约束华为人参加论文审稿:美国政府法规约束

IEEE供认约束华为人参加论文审稿:美国政府法规约束
IEEE声明   IEEE将针对近期美国出口控制法令(以下简称“EAR”)的添加名单做出回应,一起进一步阐释EAR对全球范围内(包含我国区域)IEEE会员的影响。   2019年5月16日周四,担任办理和履行 EAR的美国商务部工业和安全局(简称“BIS”)将华为技能有限公司及其68个隶属公司(在以下阶段中统称为“华为”)参加约束名单。见EAR第744部分的第4号弥补内容。违背EAR的行为将遭到严重的民事或刑事处分,包含罚款或拘禁。   一直以来,IEEE致力于向其会员,志愿者和整个专业技能安排供给宽广的学术活动渠道和协助。其间,IEEE每年在全球举行1900余场专业技能会议,并在IEEEXplore上供给超越480万份文献资料。而这些服务始终坚持对一切会员敞开,不管他们来自任何企业。   在供给这些服务时,(作为一个在纽约注册的非政治性,非营利安排)IEEE有必要恪守美国及其他区域管辖权内规则的法律义务。恪守这些法规能维护IEEE及其志愿者与整体会员。   相关美国政府的法规约束了华为公司及其职工无法参加IEEE一些一般不向大众敞开的活动,包含一部分的出书物的同行评议和修改进程,而IEEE需求合规。   但是,一切IEEE会员,包含华为职工,都能够持续正常坚持IEEE个人及企业会员资历,并行使投票权;正常订阅、拜访IEEE的数字图书馆并阅览IEEE其他出书资料及文献;正常提交技能论文并正常进入宣布审阅流程;正常参加并到会IEEE资助的学术会议及活动,并能够资助或承受IEEE的奖项。与华为有关的会员还能够正常参加商务、后勤和其他会议,包含参加学术大会的策划。   华为及其职工能够持续成为IEEE规范协会的成员,包含正常取得或行使会员的投票权;正常参加IEEE规范拟定会议,提交新的规范提案,参加规范技能提案的揭露评论。   假如美国政府对EAR在同行评定方面的使用做出进一步阐释,IEEE将进行相应的调整。   咱们为IEEE全球的会员在世界各地展开的作业而感到骄傲。IEEE将持续致力于推进技能创新与前进,为人类社会谋福祉。   http://cn.ieee.org/show.php?a=719   Compliance with U.S. TradeRestrictions Should have Minimal Impact on IEEE Members Around the World   Statement fromIEEE   IEEE would like toclarify our response to recent additions to theU.S. Export Administration Regulations and what they mean to IEEE membersworldwide, including those in China.   On Thursday, May 16, 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau ofIndustry and Security (“BIS”), which administers and enforces the U.S. ExportAdministration Regulations (“EAR”) specifically added Huawei Technology Ltd.and 68 of its affiliates (referred to collectively as “Huawei” in thefollowing paragraphs) to the BIS “Entity List” foundin Supplement No. 4 to EAR Part 744. Violations of the EAR carrysignificant civil or criminal penalties, including fines or prison sentences.   IEEE offers a wide range of activities and benefits for itsmembers, volunteers and thewider technical community, includingsponsoring more than 1,900 annual conferencesand events worldwide and providing access to over 4.8 million publications onIEEEXplore. Theseservices remain open to all, no matter theiremployer.   In providing these services (as a non-political, not-for-profit organization registered in NewYork) IEEE must complywith its legal obligations under the laws of the United States and otherjurisdictions. Compliance with these regulations protects IEEE, our volunteers, and our members.   IEEE complies with U.S.government regulations which restrict the ability of the listed Huaweicompanies and their employees to participate in certain activities that are notgenerally open to the public. This includes certain aspects of the publication peerreview and editorial process.   However, all IEEE members, including those employed by Huawei, can continue to participate in individual membership,corporate membership and voting rights; subscribe to and access IEEE’s digital library and other publicationproducts; submit technical papers for publication; participate in and present atIEEE-sponsored meetings and conferences, andmay sponsor and accept an IEEE award. Membersaffiliated with Huawei may also participate inbusiness, logistics, and other meetings including those related to conference planning.   Huawei and itsemployees can continue to be a member of the IEEE StandardsAssociation, including earning or exercising the voting rights of membership; attend IEEE standards development meetings, submit new proposals forstandards, and participate and comment inpublic discussions of standards technology proposals.   Should the U.S. governmentclarify the application of the EAR with respect to peer review we will furtheradvise the IEEE community.   IEEE is proud of the work ourmembers do all over the world and we are committed to advancing technologicalinnovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.   https://www.ieee.org/about/news/2019/compliance-with-us-trade-restrictions.html