What is IEEE ??? A non-profit organization, IEEE is the worlds leading professional association for the advancement of technology. The IEEE name was originally an acronym for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Today, the organizations scope of interest has expanded into so many related fields, that it is simply referred to by the letters I-E-E-E (pronounced Eye-triple-E).
Who IEEE Serves ??? Through its global membership, IEEE is a leading authority on many areas ranging from aerospace systems, computers and telecommunications to biomedical engineering, electric power and consumer electronics among others. Members rely on IEEE as a source of technical and professional information, resources and services. To foster an interest in the engineering profession, IEEE also serves student members in colleges and universities around the world. Other important constituencies include prospective members and organizations that purchase IEEE products and participate in conferences or other IEEE programs.
IEEE Quick FactsIEEE has: more than 375,000 members in more than 160 countries; 45 percent of them are from outside the United States more than 80,000 student members 329 sections in ten geographic regions worldwide 1,860 chapters that unite local members with similar technical interests 1,789 student branches in 80 countries 483 student branch chapters at colleges and universities 390 affinity groups -- IEEE Affinity Groups are non-technical sub-units of one or more Sections or a Council. The Affinity Group patent entities are Consultants Network, Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD), Women in Engineering (WIE) and Life Members (LM)
IEEE Quick Facts has a total of 45 societies and councils -- 38 societies and 7 technical councils representing the wide range of technical interests has more than 2 million documents in the IEEE/IET Electronic Library has nearly 1,300 standards and projects under development publishes a total of 144 transactions, journals and magazines sponsors more than 900 conferences annually
What is an IEEE Student Branch??? IEEE Student Branches are established at over 1,500 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. Listed below are some programs and projects that keep students interested in the Branch and its activities and their chosen profession:
What is an IEEE Student Branch???1. participation in regional conferences, workshops and competitions2. development of leadership, interpersonal and team building skills3. participation in awards, scholarships and project/design programs and student paper contests4. establishment of a Student Branch Library with IEEEs publications5. access IEEE online services and resources6. establish a web site
What is an IEEE Student Branch??? Student Branch gives students the opportunity to meet and learn from fellow students, as well as faculty members and professionals in the field. An active IEEE Student Branch can be one of the most positive elements in a department offering programs in IEEE designated fields of Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology.
What is the IEEE HSB Student Branch??? Helwan University has had a Student Branch registered to the IEEE for a long time. It was created at 1999. However, it had been dormant in the past few years, and in 2010 we have decided to revive it. The Student Branch Counselor is Dr. Abdel-Ghany Mohamed from Electrical power and Machines department.
Our Vision To be the best student branch in the world that recognized as the global platform to inspire, enable, develop and support students as the future leaders of their profession.
Our Mission Holding courses and sessions to decrease the gap between theoretical science and practical life. Holding technical workshops. Organizing field trips for students. Providing key speakers about the latest trends (Technical, Entrepreneurship and Soft skills). Participating in IEEE and worldwide competitions under the name of Helwan University. Helping our country by our community service. Co-operation with other branches inside and outside Egypt
Our Values Commitment and Respect Co-operation Diversity and Flexibility Leadership Quality Faith and Ambition
GPS “Graduation Project Support “ Time: October 2010 Event description: It was a session about Graduation Project Support By Asga academy for 3rd and 4th year students to help them in determining their graduation project and how to support it . Event attendance: 152 students Instructor: Eng. Ahmed Adel “Asga academy
Embedded Systems Time: November 2010 Event description: Embedded System: Four sessions about embedded system as a first step to expand the culture of embedded software in Egypt for 1st to 4th year Communications, Electrical and biomedical Departments. Event attendance: 80 Students approximately Instructor: Eng. Ahmed and Eng. Karim “Embeddedfab“
IEEE HSB 1st Booth to register in “Basicelectronics workshop“ Time: March 2011 Event description: is a vital course with valuable contents presented by the electronics club to graduate a professional engineer who is capable of designing and understanding electronic circuits. Event attendance: 2500 students approximately Instructor: IEEE HSB Academic team
Interviewing Skills Time: May 2011 Event description: It was a session about: Interviewing skills and how to pass interviews easily. How to present and express yourself confidently in front of the interviewer. Event attendance: 150 students Instructor: Eng / Osama El-Gawady “Maan Team”
IEEE HSB Booth in Cairo ICT (CairoInternational Conference Center) Time: May 2011 Event description: We talked about how our activities help in developing our community and improve the technical and interpersonal skills of students.
closing ceremony Time: July 2011 Event description: After finishing our sessions, we mentioned our achievements, sponsors companies, reward the winners and so on …. By attending of VIPs.
IEEE HSB Booth in EED (Egypt EngineeringDay) Time: September 2011 Event description: We talked about how our activities help in developing our community and improve the technical and interpersonal skills of students.