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Presentation at the Sturdy Center of Barcelona of the UNED Student Brabch as well as integrated inside the IEEE and the IEEE Education Society

Presentation at the Sturdy Center of Barcelona of the UNED Student Brabch as well as integrated inside the IEEE and the IEEE Education Society

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  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Continuing the initial focus on industry/academia cooperation, publications, conferences. EdSoc has evolved since founding in 1957 but stayed true to initial aims of its founders.
  • Be sure to note some of the challenges engineering educations are facing worldwide. Include:
    Bologna process in Europe
    Wordwide accreditation bodies and skill set recognition
    Humanitarian work in developing countries
    Technical literacy in the internet era
    Population decline in developed countries and the shift toward smaller employee sets
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    • 1. Manuel Castro, Professor UNED President IEEE Education Society Professor of Electrical Engineering UNED, Madrid, Spain Barcelona Febrero, 2014 1
    • 2. • • • • • • • 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 429,000 members in around 150 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 www.ieee.org IEEE Foundation IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 2
    • 3. • More than 425,000 members in more than 160 countries • 333 sections in 10 geographic regions worldwide  Ex: Spain section and Russia northwest section • Nearly 2,354 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 • 428 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 (EAB, TAB, etc.), the 10 Region directors, the 10 Division directors, and the Directors emeritus IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 3
    • 4. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 4
    • 5. • The IEEE Xplore Digital Library provides access to over 3 million documents including research articles, standards, transactions and conference publications. • More than 8 million downloads each month • More than 1,300 conference proceedings titles are published each year • 148 transactions, journals and magazines published annually • Visit the IEEE Xplore Digital Library http://ieeexplore.ieee.org IEEE Wiley eBooks Library / IEEE eBooks classic / IEEE eLearning Library • IEEE Thomson Reuters Libraru • IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 5
    • 6. • • • • • IEEE publishes more than 1,200 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 80 countries. The papers are authored by innovators of today's top emerging technologies. Most IEEE conferences follow a paper selection process and many have peer-review procedures. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 6
    • 7.      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 http://standards.ieee.org/ IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 7
    • 8.  IEEE on-line communities Read more about IEEE Online communities  Island of Second Life Read more about IEEE Islands in Second Life in The Institute  Humanitarian Technology Challenge (HTC) www.ieeehtc.org IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 8
    • 9. IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 9
    • 10. Objective 1 To enhance the Society's publications Objective 2 To develop the Society’s conferences into premier, international conferences Objective 3 To provide new professional development opportunities for members Objective 4 To evaluate and improve the effectiveness of the governance structure of the Society Objective 5 To increase the number of members IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 10
    • 11.  72 Chapters more or less active ◦ Very low turnover rate  6 Student Branch Chapters >>> new HKN Chapters ◦ First IEEE-UNED  2 technical meeting per year requirement ◦ Does not foster excellence-quality  Our highly functional chapters have: ◦ Access to peer-reviewed student-only journal  Online only, TEE ◦ Outreach & Mentoring ◦ K-12/pre university contact/activities ◦ Student Branch/Chapter contact/activities IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 11
    • 12. Large branch of the Spain Section (and only along Spain)  First chapter of the UNED student branch on the IEEE Society Education  New HKN (Eta Kappa Nu) Chapter on going  Support of the UNED Rectorate / Computer Engineering / Industrial Engineering / Study Centers  Madrid > Coruña > Barcelona > Teruel-Zaragoza > …  IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 12
    • 13. http://www.ieee.org/edsoc/ http://www.slideshare.com/mmmcastro/ IEEE Education Society Global Leader in Engineering Education 13