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  • 1. Introduction to IEEE By Aditya R Rao IEEE Hyderabad Section [email_address]
  • 2. What is IEEE ?
    • IEEE Stands for Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers, Inc.
    • Pronounced Eye-triple-E.
    • The IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional society with more than 360,000 members in more than 150 countries.
    • It includes members who are practicing engineers, researchers, engineering professors, entrepreneurs, consultants, business owners and chief executives.
  • 3. What is IEEE ? … 2
    • The IEEE publishes a large portion of the world’s literature on electrical, electronics engineering, and computer and control technologies.
    • IEEE’s publications are among the world’s most highly cited .
  • 4. What is IEEE ? … 3
    • The IEEE has nearly 900 IEEE standards in use, with more than 700 in development at any one time.
    • The IEEE has 39 Societies and four Councils that focus on the technical needs of its members.
    • Members have expertise in a wide range of technical areas – from aerospace , computers and telecommunications to biomedicine , electric power and consumer electronics .
  • 5. What is IEEE ? … 4
    • Members (?) develop new technologies that can enhance people’s quality of life.
    • Members and non-members around the globe support IEEE standards development, conferences and a wide range of issues that affect electrical, electronics and computer engineers and their companies.
    • Members contribute thousands of hours to community and professional activities and organizations.
  • 6. What is IEEE ? … 5
    • Members receive awards and are recognized by the IEEE and other organizations for their community, professional and technical achievements.
  • 7. Organization of IEEE
    • 311 local sections in 10 geographic regions.
    • About 1,570 chapters comprised of local members with similar technical interests.
    • 39 societies and 5 technical councils that compose 10 technical divisions.
    • More than 1,430 student branches at colleges and universities in 80 countries.
    • 356 student branch chapters.
  • 8. IEEE Regions
  • 9. Student Member Benefits
    • Discover career opportunities and gain a better understanding of your field.
    • Gain a competitive edge with the included IEEE Spectrum and IEEE Potentials magazines.
    • Access world-class technical information provided by the IEEE and cut down your research time.
  • 10. Student Member Benefits - 2
    • Join IEEE technical societies in your areas of interest.
    • Stay on the cutting edge with online resources available to members only --for technical information, planning a career move, or changing your e-mail provider.
    • Network with peers and future employers in your field, gaining valuable leadership experiences and making career contacts.
  • 11. Student Member Benefits - 3
    • SAVE MONEY with substantial discounts on more than 15,000 IEEE books, journals, videos, and self-study courses.
    • SAVE MORE MONEY AFTER GRADUATION with the IEEE Reduced Dues Discount - IEEE Student members graduating receive a 50% discount off IEEE and Society membership dues the first year after graduation.
  • 12. IEEE Student Membership
    • IEEE membership runs from 1 January through 31 December.
    • All IEEE members are given online access to Potentials magazine as part of their basic IEEE membership.
    • Cost of Student IEEE in India is $25.00 (1150/-) for Full Year & $12.50 (570/-) for Half Year
    • Membership in IEEE's Technical Societies involves additional dues.
  • 13. Some Interesting societies
    • IEEE Circuits and Systems - $9.00
    • IEEE Communications - $20.00
    • IEEE Computer - $23.00
    • IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology - $18.00
    • Women in Engineering (WIE) Free
  • 14. About Student Branches
    • A Student Branch gives students the opportunity to meet and learn from fellow students, as well as faculty members and professionals in the field.
    • A good IEEE Student Branch can be one of the most positive elements in an Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Engineering Technology department.
  • 15. About Student Branches - 2
    • IEEE Student Branches are established at over 1,000 universities and colleges throughout the world.
    • Student Branch activities offer numerous educational, technical, and professional advantages of IEEE membership through special projects, activities, meetings, tours and field trips.
  • 16. What keeps students interested
    • Participation in regional conferences, leadership training workshops and develop leadership, interpersonal and team building skills.
    • Participation in awards, scholarships and project/design programs and student paper contests
    • Establishment of a Student Branch Library with IEEE's publications
  • 17. What keeps students interested
    • Access IEEE online resources and merchandise.
    • Establishing a World Wide Web page for the student branch.
  • 18. Support from IEEE
    • Student Professional Awareness Conferences (S-PACs) help increase awareness of professional issues such as ethics, continuing education, and communication skills.
    • The Student Professional Awareness Venture (S-PAVe) program gives teams of IEEE Student members the opportunity to develop project proposals to increase professional awareness and receive funding to implement the project.
  • 19. Support from IEEE - 2
    • The IEEE also sponsors Regional Student Paper contests with cash awards in each of the ten Regions and promotes outstanding student and faculty counselor recognition award programs.
    • The IEEE offers rebates and allotments to help Student Branches with operating costs based on their timely submission of their Annual Report and Annual Plan.
  • 20. Support from IEEE - 3
    • Upon submission of their Annual Report, Student Branches receive a $2.00 per member rebate.
    • Upon submission of their Annual Plan, Branches receive $50.00 if they have less than 49 members, and $100.00 if they have 50 or more members, based on membership statistics as of 31 December each year.
  • 21. Student Services Department
    • Provides the following materials
      • Guidelines to form a Branch, petitions, bylaws, membership applications and posters
      • Branch leadership training manual
      • Information on scholarships and awards;
      • Supplies (posters, benefit flyers, stationery, envelopes, etc.).
  • 22. Starting a Student Branch
    • Establishing an IEEE Student Branch requires the signatures of 20 IEEE Student members on a petition.
    • The petition must specify the name of the Branch, and the names of the Interim Student Chair and faculty member who will serve as Counselor of the Branch.
  • 23. Starting a Student Branch
    • The petition must also be approved by the Department Chair and two faculty members, who are also IEEE members above student grade.
    • Three school catalogs outlining accreditation, course curriculum and listing engineering faculty must be submitted to Student Services with the petition.
  • 24. Starting a Student Branch
    • A completed REP questionnaire must be submitted with the petition.
    • A Branch constitution must be adopted and submitted to Student Services.
    • Completed petition should be sent to
    • IEEE Student Services Manager
    • 445 Hoes Lane
    • PO Box 1331
    • Piscataway, NJ 08855-1331

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