2013-2014 IEEE Division VIII Director
Roger U. Fujii, a 43-year IEEE and Computer Society member, served at the volunteer grass-roots as chairperson of the first software standards series. Fujii progressed through multiple Society responsibilities, including press operations/conferences, standards, Fellow/Karlsson awards, strategic planning, future technology initiatives (Smart Grid), and governance. He led the 2011 Strategic Plan development, the Wiley book program as Press Operations Committee chair, and ISO/IEC 12207 development as USA international chair. He served as First Vice President and Board of Governors member and currently is an IEEE Director.
Fujii retired as Vice President of Northrop Grumman's Communications Network Division ($1B), responsible for the design of critical communication systems (F-22/35) using ISO 9001/Six Sigma manufacturing and SEI CMMI level 5 software processes. He forged innovative strategic plans using $35M R&D to create new research ideas. As President, Fujii Systems, he consults to major corporations.
Fujii's awards include IEEE Fellow, Golden Core, and Outstanding Contribution. His communication system won the prestigious Daedalian Award.
Fujii received a BS/MS in EECS from the University of California, Berkeley, with business management certificates from Harvard, UCLA, and Darden. He was co-editor of Computer Magazine (V&V), contributing author of two books and numerous papers, and COMPASS program chair.