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  • Each geographic region consists of a number of countries.Each country may represents a section or may be divided into more than a section.A chapter is the technical sub-unit of one or more sections.The societies represent a wide range of technical interests by providing publications, conferences, community networking, and many other benefits to members within their specialty areas. IEEE technical councils are groups of societies working together in broad areas of technology.IEEE affinity groups are local units of IEEE organizational units or standing committees.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------2010 IEEE President and CEO: Mr. Pedro A. RayIEEE President-Elect: Dr. Moshe KamIEEE Past President: Dr. John R. VigThe voting members of each Division elect a Delegate to the Assembly ( Divisional Delegate).the voting members of each Region shall elect a Delegate to the IEEE Assembly (Regional Delegate)
  • 1790 Analytics LLC : – Highlight science and technology trends– Identify emerging, disruptive technologies– Locate high impact patents and publications– Unearth linkages between unrelated technologies– Find new applications for existing technologies
  • ABET is a federation of 29 engineering, professional and technical societies and is recognized by the Council on Higher Education (CHEA) to accredit programs in engineering, engineering technology, computing science, and applied science programs within the United States.The CEAA is responsible for IEEE's participation in the accreditation activities of the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET, which accredits engineering programs.the CTAA is responsible for the IEEE's participation in the accreditation activities of the Technology Accreditation Commission (TAC) of ABET, which accredits engineering technology programs.
  • A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a measure used in continuing education programs, particularly those required in a licensed profession in order for the professional to maintain the license
  • TeacherIn-ServiceProgram (TISP): provides a forum for IEEE volunteers to demonstrate the application of engineering, science and mathematics concepts by sharing their real-world experiences with local pre-university : lets visitors explore how to prepare for an engineering career, ask experts engineering-related questions, and play interactive games. Lesson plans: To Find engaging engineering lesson plans for your pre-university students that will make engineering as a resource for anyone interested in learning about nanoscience and nanotechnology.Outreach programs: IEEE Educational Activities, a partner in the National Academy of Engineering’s Engineering Equity Extension Service (EEES), has developed learning modules to provide assistance and support for those IEEE members interested in outreach activities to the pre-university community.Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS):"EPICS" stands for Engineering Projects in Community Service-Learning. EPICS, which was conceived and championed by IEEE 2007 President Leah Jamieson, is a program that organizes university and high-school students to work on engineering-related projects for local humanitarian organizations.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IEEE Presidents' Scholarship: Established in 1999, the IEEE Presidents’ Scholarship recognizes a deserving student for an outstanding project that demonstrates an understanding of electrical engineering, electronics engineering, computer science, or other IEEE fields of interest.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IEEE Technical English Program (TEP): As English has become the primary shared language of professionals working on a cross-national basis.Real World Engineering Project (RWEP):aims to develop excellence in learning and teaching through curriculum development; by seeking projects in IEEE fields of interest for use by faculty worldwide.
  • Availabletopics: * IEEE – Volunteerism, Organization, History, Management * Computing * Communications, Networking, InformationTheory, Broadcasting * SignalProcessing, ImageProcessing, and theirapplications: Video and Audio, EntertainmentEngineering, Biometrics, RFID * Control, Automation, AerospaceSystems, Robotics, Navigation, Transportation * SystemTheory, ComputationalIntelligence, Reliability * Circuits, Devices, Electronics, Sensors, Nanotechnology * MicrowaveEngineering, Lasers, Electro-optics, Photonics,Ultrasonics,Superconductivity, Nuclear and Plasma Sciences * Power and EnergyEngineering, PowerElectronics * ConsumerElectronics, Industrial Applications, Manufacturing, Product Safety * Antennas and Propagation, Magnetics, ElectromagneticCompatibility * Geoscience, OceanicEngineering, RemoteSensing and Telemetry * Education in Engineering and Computing, AcademicAccreditation, Social Implications of Engineering and Computing, Professionalism and Ethics * CareerDevelopment, Professional Communications, SoftSkills, Technology Management, Legal Aspects
  • IEEE-designated fieldsEngineeringComputer sciences and information technologyPhysical sciencesBiological and medical sciencesMathematicsTechnical communications, education, management, law and policy
  • Ten years of professional experience The ad hoc Admission and Advancement (A&A) Review Panel that is evaluating your application will count the years you have been in professional practice.Time working and attending school at the same time will be counted either as work experience OR education experience.Your educational experience is credited toward that time as follows:3 years for a baccalaureate degree in an IEEE-designated field;4 years if you hold a baccalaureate and masters degree;5 years if you hold a doctorate.such performance including one or more of the following:(a) Substantial responsibility or achievement in one or more of IEEE-designated fields; or(b) Publication of papers, books, or inventions in one or more of IEEE-designated fields; or(c) Technical direction or management of important work with evidence of accomplishment in one or more of IEEE-designated fields; or(d) Recognized contributions to the welfare of the professions encompassed by one or more of the IEEE-designated fields; or(e) Development or furtherance of important courses in one or more of the IEEE-designated fields at an institution in the REP list; or(f) Contributions equivalent to those of (a) to (e) in areas related to IEEE-designated fields, provided these contributions serve to advance progress substantially in IEEE-designated fields.References The applicant must also provide three references from current IEEE members holding Senior Member, Fellow or Honorary Member grade. Your professional colleagues are your best source of these references. If you have difficulty in locating Senior Members or Fellows to serve as references you have three options.Option 1Follow these simple steps to search for Senior or Fellow members using IEEE memberNet, the IEEE on-line member directorySign in to myIEEEEnter your user name and passwordSelect "Launch Network" from the memberNet section in the upper right hand cornerFirst select "Fellow" and "Senior Member" from the Member Grade list and click the add button. (Be sure to also include Life Senior and Life Fellow to strengthen your search)Add Technical Interest Profile(s) and/or Country(s) to complete your searchWhen ready select the search button.Draft email to perspective references, be sure to include where you obtained their contact information from (reference memberNet).Contact a few members in your local Section before contacting members outside your local area.Check the Senior Member status page before contacting additional perspective references.Learn more about IEEE memberNet - The IEEE Member Directory OnlineOption 2Contact the Section or Chapter Chair for assistance in finding qualified references. For assistance in contacting your Section/Chapter Chair, e-mail Denise Howard at: senior-member@ieee.orgOption 3Attend Section meetings, network with Senior Members and Fellows in your area.
  • IEEE Presentation

    1. 1. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Mohamed Tawfik Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Spanish University for Distance Education -UNED 1
    2. 2. IEEE 2
    3. 3. What is IEEE?• IEEE is the world’s largest professional association for engineering dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.• It is designed to serve professionals involved in all aspects of the electrical, electronic and computing fields and related areas of science and technology that underlie modern civilization.• It has the most members of any technical professional organization in the world, with more than 400,000 members in around 160 countries.• It is a non profit organization.• It was formed in 1963 by the merger of the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE, founded 1912) and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE, founded 1884).• Visit IEEE website IEEE 3
    4. 4. IEEE Consists of:• More than 400,000 members in more than 160 countries• 333 sections in 10 geographic regions worldwide  Ex: Spain section and Russia northwest section• Nearly 2,173 branches (chapters) in 80 countries  Ex: student branch of the UNED• 38 societies and 7 technical councils representing the wide range of technical interests  Ex: IEEE education society, IEEE computer society and IEEE biometric council• 404 affinity groups (non-technical sub-units of one or more Sections or a Council)  Ex: Woman in Engineering• A board of directors which is comprised of the 3 IEEE presidents, the vice presidents and presidents of the 6 major boards, the 10 region directors, the 10 division directors, and the directors emeritus IEEE 4
    5. 5. IEEE Member and Geographic Activities (MGA)• Shall be responsible to the IEEE Board of Directors• IEEE is the world’s largest professional association for engineering dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.• Ensure quality member opportunities for continuous engagement.• Increase membership & member engagement.• Improve relationships with and between members.• Increase the collaboration and cooperation between geographic units.• Strengthen the relevancy of IEEE membership to industry. 5
    6. 6. IEEE by Region IEEE 6
    7. 7. Membership Status 2011 Honorary Members 32 Fellows 6,692 Associate Members 15,862 Senior Members 33,749Graduate Student Members 39,895 Student Members 67,917 Members 251,842 IEEE 7
    8. 8. Members in Global Workforce 2011 Retired 4.3% Unemployed 2.1% Other 5.9%Self-employed 5.9% Government 7.8% Academia 34.3% Industry 39.7% IEEE 8
    9. 9. Age of Members 201170 and over 7.4% 60-69 11.1% 30-39 18.3% 50-59 19.0% 40-49 20.4% Under 30 23.8% IEEE 9
    10. 10. Gender 2011 Geographic Distribution 2011 Male Female United states India, China, Europe, Canada Latin Pacific Rim Middle East, America Africa IEEE 10
    11. 11. More About Membership Types• Become a member:• Benefits of IEEE membership:• IEEE Student Transition & Elevation Partnership (STEP): 11
    12. 12. IEEE Publications 12
    13. 13. Why Publishing with IEEE?• IEEE is by far the most-cited publisher in new patents, according to recent studies by 1790 Analytics LLC. IEEE journals and conference proceedings received more than 96,000 patent citations - more than 4 times the number of citations of any other publisher. .• IEEE produces 30% of the worlds literature in the electrical and electronics engineering and computer science fields, publishing well over 100 peer- reviewed journals. IEEE 13
    14. 14. IEEE Xplore Digital Library• The IEEE Xplore Digital Library provides access to over 3.07 million documents including research articles, standards, transactions and conference publications.• More than 7 million downloads each month• More than 1,000 conference proceedings titles are published each year• 140 transactions, journals and magazines published annually• Visit the IEEE Xplore Digital Library 14
    15. 15. IEEE-Wiley eBooks Library• IEEE and John Wiley & Sons, Inc., have partnered to offer you online access to more than 400 eBooks via the IEEE Xplore® digital library.• Approximately 40 new titles introduced each year• The IEEE-Wiley eBooks Library focuses on the content areas that lead today’s cutting-edge technologies and help set the standards for future advancements.• Download list of eBooks titles• More about IEEE-Wiley eBooks Library. 15
    16. 16. E-Book Classics• IEEE members have free access (without additional subscribtion cost) to more than 240 eBooks from the IEEE Press collection through IEEE Xplore.• The eBook collection spans a number of todays technologies across 15 different content areas, and includes practical handbooks, introductory and advanced texts, reference works, professional books.• Newer eBooks will be added every year.• More about E-Book Classics. 16
    17. 17. IEEE Spectrum Magazine• The official IEEE magazine.• Has a circulation of over 380,000 engineers worldwide, making it one of the leading science and engineering magazines.• Covers a wide variety of technical issues and advances in computers, communications and electronics.• Visit the IEEE Spectrum Website . 17
    18. 18. More IEEE specialized magazines 18
    19. 19. IEEE Conferences 19
    20. 20. • IEEE publishes more than 1,100 leading-edge conference proceedings every year.• These conferences are recognized by academia and industry worldwide as the most vital collection of consolidated published papers in electrical engineering, computer science, and related fields.• Over 100,000 technical professionals whom attend the conferences sponsored or co-sponsored by the IEEE in 73 countries.• The papers are authored by innovators of todays top emerging technologies.• Most IEEE conferences follow a paper selection process and many have peer-review procedures. 20
    21. 21. IEEE Standard Association IEEE-SA 21
    22. 22. • IEEE is a leading developer of industrial standard with a portfolio of more than 900 active standards and more than 400 standards in development.• IEEE standards affect a wide range of industries including: power and energy, biomedical and healthcare, Information Technology (IT), telecommunications, transportation, nanotechnology, information assurance, and many more.• The IEEE – SA provides a standards program that serves the global needs of industry, government, and the public. It also works to assure the effectiveness and high visibility of this standards program within the IEEE and throughout the global community.• The IEEE-SA cooperates with standards developing groups throughout the world in preparing standards encompassing areas of interest within the IEEE.• Visit IEEE- SA 22
    23. 23. IEEE Continuing Education 23
    24. 24. IEEE EAB Global Accreditation Activities• The IEEE is the largest Member society of ABET and is responsible for more than 750 engineering and engineering technology programs through ABETA variety of awards, competitions, contests, scholarships and fellowships.• The IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) is responsible for carrying out the accreditation process with ABET for engineering and engineering technology programs within the United States.• The IEEE EAB Accreditation Policy Council (APC) develops IEEE policies, procedures and positions with regard to the accreditation process. The APC also coordinates the activities of: 1. EAB Committee on Engineering Accreditation Activities (CEAA): 2. EAB Committee on Technology Accreditation Activities (CTAA). 24
    25. 25. • The Committee on Global Accreditation Activities (CGAA) is a Standing Committee that reports to the Educational Activities Board through EABs Accreditation Policy Council (APC).• IEEE is the lead association for the following engineering and engineering technology programs:  Computer Engineering and Computer Engineering Technology  Electrical/Electronics Engineering and Technology  Electromechanical Engineering Technology  Laser-Optics Engineering Technology  Telecommunications Engineering Technology  Information Engineering Technology• IEEE Global Accreditation Activities has also worked with the following accreditation systems:  Caribbean Accreditation Council for Engineering and Technology (CACET)  Institute of Quality and Accreditation of Engineering Career and Technology Education (ICACIT) in Peru  Peru and ICACIT 25
    26. 26. • Visit or to review accrediting bodies and mutual recognition agreements around the world.• Visit to search for accredited engineering programs or find a university. 26
    27. 27. Authorized provider of CEUs• IEEE is an authorized provider of continuing education units (CEUs) through The International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET).• Currently thirty states require professional development hours (PDHs) to maintain P.E. licensure, encouraging engineers to seek CEUs for their participation in Continuing Education programs.• CEUs are translated into PDHs (1CEU=10 PDHs). 27
    28. 28. IEEE eLearning Library• It is an educational platform for IEEE based on Moodle• It contains a collection of online short courses and conference workshops, With nearly 200 courses in communications, computing, engineering, power, professional development and dozens of other core and emerging technologies which enable you to:  Get up-to-speed quickly on emerging technologies and trends.  Save time and money with content delivered right to your desktop—no need to travel.  Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for maintaining professional certifications and career development.• It is also accessed by IEEE Xplore® digital library.• Visit IEEE eLearning Library 28
    29. 29. IEEE Education Partners Program (IEEE EPP)• Provides an additional marketing channel and revenue for its partners that provide a continuing education.• IEEE members receive a 10% discount on these courses.• IEEE wants more partners who can take advantage of affiliation with one of the most recognized brands in technology worldwide.• The course offerings include:  online degree programs  continuing education courses  certificate programs  continuing education units (CEUs)• View courses offered by IEEE partners: 29
    30. 30. IEEE Professional Certifications• They are exam-based assessments, developed by industry practitioners and leading subject-matter experts that offer an unbiased, third party recognition of an individual’s abilities.• Professional certification offers:  Certified Biometrics Professional (CBP)  Certified Software Development Associate (CSDA)  Certified Software Development Professional (CSDP)  Wireless Communication Engineering Technologies (WCET)• Earning IEEE certification credentials can enhance professional credibility & increase opportunities for career advancement. 30
    31. 31. Also IEEE Continuing Education Provides:• A quality education resources for educators, parents, students, IEEE volunteers, and the public.  Ex: Teacher In-Service Program (TISP), , Lesson plans, , Career preparation, Outreach programs & Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS).• A variety of awards, competitions, contests, scholarships and fellowships.  Ex: General awards for active IEEE student members, Graduate scholarships, fellowships, and awards , Student paper contests, Student branch awards & Student design competitions. IEEE Presidents Scholarship.• A series of services and programs to academic faculty and students, and collaborates with allied education organizations, with the aim of supporting academic program growth and credibility  Ex: IEEE Technical English Program (TEP), IEEE Role in Accreditation, IEEE EAB Global Accreditation Activities , IEEE EAB US Accreditation Activities & Real World Engineering Project (RWEP). 31
    32. 32. IEEE Careers 32
    33. 33. IEEE Online Professional Development• A broad range of online professional development both to members and non- members.• Many different types of offerings including webinars (Web seminar), multimedia tutorials, and podcasts.• This resource has been developed to serve as a central point to identify opportunities offered by organizational units.• The organizational units of these sources are the sections, societies and councils of the IEEE.• Visit the IEEE Online Professional Development website to explore opportunities by topic. 33
    34. 34. IEEE-USA• IEEE-USA is an organizational unit of the IEEE.• Created in 1973 to support the career and public policy interests of IEEEs U.S. members.• Its vision is to serve the IEEE U.S. member by being the technical professionals best resource for achieving life long career vitality and by providing an effective voice on policies that promote U.S. prosperity. Visit the IEEE-USA• The IEEE-USA Salary Service is the first comprehensive solution for analyzing compensation of technical professionals. Visit the IEEE-USA Salary Service 34
    35. 35. • IEEE-USA Todays Engineer online is a monthly Web publication devoted to the issues affecting U.S IEEE members careers, such as professionalism, management skills, engineering performance, engineering skills and competencies, product development practices, project management issues, innovation and entrepreneurship, business practices. Visit IEEE-USA Todays Engineer• IEEE-USA Employment & Career Strategies Forum is a new virtual community where members can network and collaborate with one another on employment and career strategies, Providing with discussion groups, chat rooms and resource files. Visit IEEE-USA Employment & Career Strategies Forum 35
    36. 36. Employment Resources• Search job listings from almost 3,000 employers who have posted their open positions directly on the IEEE Job Site.• Search academic job listings from institutions worldwide. 36
    37. 37. • Search entry-level jobs posted by employers, IEEE Student Branches & the AfterCollege job network.• Search internship opportunities posted by employers, IEEE Student Branches & the AfterCollege job network.• Search job listings from all U.S. and Canadian newspaper, niche, magazine, and TV station web sites powered by Adicio Inc. 37
    38. 38. IEEE Virtual Networks 38
    39. 39. Humanitarian Technology Challenge (HTC)• HTC is an innovative, collaborative endeavor that will develop and implement technological solutions to selected humanitarian challenges in developing countries.• was created by technologists, humanitarians, nonprofit organizations, students, government employees - and citizens of the world - who are coming together to identify, and work to solve, some of the worlds most pressing challenges.• With a unique, open-source collaborative concept, HTC enables you to make a difference - without making a major commitment of your time or resources.• Visit the HTC 39
    40. 40. IEEE Islands in Second Life• It is an online 3-D virtual community where IEEE members gather in a single location.• These members, known as ―island residents,‖ choose virtual characters, or ―avatars,‖ for themselves that allow them to explore the islands.• Residents can set up virtual meetings (complete with PowerPoint presentations and video), check out a student branch’s robot-building project, learn about IEEE standards, chat with other members, and more.• Read more about IEEE Islands in Second Life in The Institute. 40
    41. 41. IEEE Online communities• It is a social and professional network for IEEE members• It consists of virtual communities which gather members of same interests.• Provides IEEE with a place to discuss vital issues in a technical area, as well as the opportunity to network with others, seek out peers and expert advice to help in the workplace, collaborate on various IEEE activities, and so much more.• Best of all there are no geographical boundaries or time restrictions allowing you to participate anytime and anywhere through the Internet.• Read more about IEEE Online communities 41
    42. 42. Others• Visit the today (Internet-based television network) and tune in to where technology comes alive! • Join the IEEE page on Facebook. • Join the IEEE page on LinkedIn  42
    43. 43. IEEE Future Directions Committee.• Incubates emerging technologies and new applications of current technologies.• Identifies opportunities to engage the engineering community and the general public.• Works with IEEE members and staff to focus on emerging technologies through technical, professional, and educational activities.• Serves as a catalyst for new conferences, publications, standards, educational products, forums, white papers, grants and projects to support new technologies.• Learn more about the activities of the IEEE Future Directions Committee. 43
    44. 44. IEEE Membership Types 44
    45. 45. Student Member • Carry at least 50% of a normal full-time academic program as a registered undergraduate or graduate student in a regular course of study in IEEE-designated fields. • It has a limited maximum cumulative period of 8 years. • Upon graduation or upon reaching the 8-year limit (whichever occurs first), with at least a baccalaureate or higher degree (or its equivalent) from an accredited institution in an IEEE- designated field will be transferred automatically to Member grade. • In case it is not from an accredited institution in an IEEE- designated field, he will be transferred to Associate Member grade. • Any Graduate student member is student member IEEE 45
    46. 46. Graduate • Carry at least 50% of a normal full-time academic program as aStudent registered graduate student in a regular course of study inMember IEEE- designated fields. • The total cumulative period for a member to hold the Student Member grade and/or the Graduate Student Member grade is limited to 8 years. • Upon graduation or upon reaching the total cumulative 8-year limit as a Graduate Student Member (whichever occurs first), with at least a university degree (or higher) from an accredited institution in an IEEE-designated field, will be transferred automatically to Member grade. • However, if the university degree is not from an accredited institution in IEEE-designated field, he will be transferred automatically to Associate member IEEE 46
    47. 47. Member • An individual who has received a three-to-five year university- level or higher degree from an accredited institution or program and in an IEEE-designated field . • An individual who has received a three-to-five year university- level or higher degree from an accredited institution or program and who has at least three years of professional work experience engaged in teaching, creating, developing, practicing or managing in IEEE-designated fields; or • An individual who, through at least six years of professional work experience, has demonstrated competence in teaching, creating, developing, practicing or managing within IEEE- designated fields (this is the requirement to pass from associate member to member). IEEE 47
    48. 48. Associate • It is designed for technical and non-technical individuals whoMember do not meet the qualifications for Member grade, but who wish to benefit from membership and partnership in IEEE, and for those who are progressing, through continuing education and work experience, towards qualifications for Member grade. • Associates are not eligible to vote, neither eligible for volunteer officer positions IEEE 48
    49. 49. Senior Member • The grade of Senior Member is the highest for which application may be made and shall require experience reflecting professional maturity. • For admission a candidate shall be an engineer, scientist, educator, technical executive, or originator in IEEE-designated fields. • The candidate shall have been in professional practice for at least 10 years and shall have shown significant performance over a period of at least 5 of those years. • The applicant must also provide three references from current IEEE members holding Senior Member, Fellow or Honorary Member grade. Your professional colleagues are your best source of these references. IEEE 49
    50. 50. Fellow Member • recognizes unusual distinction in the profession and is conferred only by invitation of the Board of Directors upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of IEEE’s designated fields of interest. • The year of election to the grade of Fellow is the year following affirmative action by the Board of Directors in conferring the grade of Fellow. • The candidate shall hold Senior Member grade at the time the nomination is submitted. • Normally, the candidate shall have been a member in any grade for a period of five years or more preceding January 1 of the year of election (however, it is not necessary) IEEE 50
    51. 51. Life Member • The designation Life Member is applicable only to a member who has reached the age of 65 years and who has been a member of IEEE (or one of its predecessor societies) for such a period that the sum of his/her age and his/her years of membership equals or exceeds 100 years. • Members who qualify each year will be notified by mail in the fourth quarter of the qualifying year. "Life" status will be effective on 1 January of the following year. • Offers more advantages like discounts, medical assurance, etc. IEEE 51
    52. 52. Graduates of • It is a program or community for the post-student membersthe Last who are within ten years of receiving their first professionalDecade (GOLD) degree. • It offers many advantages like: Jobs, Webinars, newspaper, etc. • These highlighted benefits are geared towards the needs and interests of young professionals and revolve around professional growth, community, and technical development. IEEE 52
    53. 53. Affiliate • A Society Affiliate is a member of an IEEE Society. • Society Affiliates are not IEEE members and are not entitled to any IEEE benefits or services that are reserved solely for IEEE members. All affiliate benefits and services come directly from the individual IEEE Society offering affiliation. IEEE 53
    54. 54. IEEE Standards • It allows members to connect with a vast network of peersAssociation from leading world organizations in the industry and withMembers thousands of professional experts participating in the standards development process. • There are two account types: 1) Individual: for independent professionals. 2) Corporate: It is granted to a team work inside an organization in which the standard has an important role, and it is not transferred with the worker if he leave the team. IEEE 54
    55. 55. IEEE Technical Societies 55
    56. 56. AES010 IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems SocietyMAP003 IEEE Antennas and Propagation SocietyMBT002 IEEE Broadcast Technology SocietyC016 IEEE Computer SocietyCAS004 IEEE Circuits and Systems SocietyCE008 IEEE Consumer Electronics SocietyCIS011 IEEE Computational Intelligence SocietyCOM019 IEEE Communications SocietyCPMT021 IEEE Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology S.CS023 IEEE Control Systems SocietyDEI032 IEEE Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation SocietyE025 IEEE Education SocietyED015 IEEE Electron Devices SocietyEMB018 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology SocietyEMC027 IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility SocietyGRS029 IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing SocietyIA034 IEEE Industry Applications SocietyMIE013 IEEE Industrial Electronics SocietyIM009 IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society 56
    57. 57. IT012 IEEE Information Theory SocietyITSS038 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems SocietyMAG033 IEEE Magnetics SocietyMTT017 IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques SocietyNPS005 IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences SocietyOE022 IEEE Oceanic Engineering SocietyPC026 IEEE Professional Communication SocietyPE031 IEEE Power & Energy SocietyPEL035 IEEE Power Electronics SocietyPHO036 IEEE Photonics SocietyPSE043 IEEE Product Safety Engineering SocietyRA024 IEEE Robotics and Automation SocietyRL007 IEEE Reliability SocietySMC028 IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics SocietySP001 IEEE Signal Processing SocietySSC037 IEEE Solid-State Circuits SocietyUFFC020 IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control SocietyVT006 IEEE Vehicular Technology Society 57
    58. 58. IEEE Technical Councils 58
    59. 59. IEEE Biometrics Council (BIO-46)IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA-44)IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NANO-42)IEEE Sensors Council (SEN-39)IEEE Council on Superconductivity (CSC-41)IEEE Systems Council (SysC-45)IEEE Technology Management Council (TMC-14) 59
    60. 60. IEEE Affinity Groups 60
    61. 61. • Consultants Network• Graduates of the Last Decade• Life Members• Women in Engineering 61
    62. 62. IEEE Emerging Fields 62
    63. 63. Featured Technologies• Biometrics • Electronics Recycling • RFID• Digital Rights • Hydrogen Economy • Smart Grids Management (DRM) and Alternative Fuels • Terabit Networks• Display Technologies • Organic Electronics • Wind Power• Distributed Diagnosis • Plug-In Hybrid • Wireless Fidelity – and Home Healthcare Electric Vehicles WiFi (PHEVs)• Earth Observations • Fingerprinting • Portable Information• Electric Ship Devices• Electronic Health • Remote Sensing Records 63
    64. 64. Technology Working Groups• IEEE Cloud Computing• IEEE Transportation Electrification• IEEE Life sciences• Smart Grid 64