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Region 10 History

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Region 10 History as presented by Y. J. Park(IEEE Region 10 Director) on 17th of July, 2009 at the IEEE R10 Student Conference held in Singapore.

Region 10 History as presented by Y. J. Park(IEEE Region 10 Director) on 17th of July, 2009 at the IEEE R10 Student Conference held in Singapore.

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  • 1. IEEE Region 10 Evolution IEEE 125th Anniversary Region 10 Student Congress, Singapore July 16, 2009 YJ Park, Region 10 Director
  • 2. IEEE • World’s largest technical professional organization • Membership: 382,400 • Volunteers: 200,000 • Staff: 1,100 • Annual Budget: $ 330M
  • 3. IEEE Geographic Activity
  • 4. IEEE Membership By Region R7 – 16,259 31 December 2008 TOTAL MEMBERSHIP – 382,400 (4.3%) R1 to 6 – 209,857 R10 – 73,662 (54.9%) (19.2%) R1 – 37,050 R2 – 32,137 R3 – 30,557 R4 – 23,204 R8 – 67,221 R5 – 28,765 Reflecting the global R6 – 58,144 R9 – 15,401 (17.6%) nature of IEEE, R10 and R8 are now the (4.0%) two largest IEEE Regions R1-6: 209,857 (55%) R7-10: 172,543 (45%)
  • 5. Region 10 • Region 10 is the largest region in IEEE –Membership: 73,662 –Sections: 68 –Student Branches: 535 –Chapters: 329
  • 6. Region 10 Membership 31 Dec 2008 Graduate Student Member 8,346 11.33% Member 35,992 48.86% Senior Member 4,016 5.45% Student Member 21,661 29.41% Fellow 814 1.11% Honorary 7 Associate Member 2,826 0.00 % 3.84% 2007 was the first year that the IEEE Graduate Student member (GSM) Grade was fully implemented. ( ) = Percent of Total Region Membership
  • 7. Membership Trends - Students 1995 to 2008 80.0% 70.0% 70.0% 66.3% 67.4% 62.9% 60.3% 60.4% 58.7% 60.0% 55.7% 57.3% 56.4% 51.7% 51.7% 48.7% 49.9% 50.0% 51.3% 50.1% 48.3% 48.3% 40.0% 44.3% 42.7% 43.6% 39.7% 39.6% 41.3% 30.0% 37.1% 33.7% 32.6% 30.0% 20.0% M m % o p h b n d u e T a S s r t f i l 10.0% US non-US * GSM Included in Student totals
  • 8. Brief History of Region 10 (1/3) • 1967: Region 10, covering an area previously refereed to as “The Rest of the World”, was created. • 2,507 members • 2 Sections: Tokyo Section and India Section • 1971: First R10 Committee Meeting • 4 Sections (India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Tokyo)
  • 9. Brief History of Region 10 (2/3) • By 1976: Section formation in the countries of R10 was virtually complete. – 11 Sections – 1 Council (India) • 1979: R10 became Asia-Pacific Region, excluded Africa, which was added to R8 territory • 1980: First TENCON in Hong Kong
  • 10. Brief History of Region 10 (3/3) • 1980: higher grade members 7,000, smaller than R7 and R8 • 1982: R10 membership passed 10,000 mark , a growth rate of better than 10% having been sustained for many years, and overtook R8 • 1984: surpassed R7, becoming the largest transnational region.
  • 11. Since 1967, the membership of R10 doubled every ten years.
  • 12. IEEE 125th Anniversary Celebration in Sections • Austin, USA • Bangalore, India on Aug 28 • Beijing, China on Sept 22 • London, UK • Munich, Germany • San Jose, USA • Tokyo, Japan on Oct 23 • Boston, USA
  • 13. Thank you! Enjoy this R10 Student Congress

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