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What does IEEE stand for?
Who can join?
What does the IEEE offer Students?
What are the IEEE Societies?

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What does IEEE stand for?

The initials I-E-E-E represent the legal name of the IEEE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. IEEE is pronounced "EYE triple E." The IEEE is a global technical professional society serving the public interest and members in electrical, electronics, computer, information & other technologies. Visit About IEEE for more details.


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Who can join?

IEEE Student membership is open to College and University students who are enrolled in at least 50% of a normal, full-time course of study in electrical engineering, electronics, computer engineering, or computer science, in an allied branch of engineering technology, or in related arts and sciences. For more information, see membership requirements on the IEEE homepage or come see us at our Branch Office for more information.


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What does the IEEE Offer Students?

The IEEE offers students a range of products and services, as well as the opportunity to network with other students, professors and other engineers. For more information on student opportunities, visit the IEEE Student Concourse or Contact our Branch.


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What are the IEEE Societies?

The 38 technical societies and councils of the IEEE provide publications, conferences, colleagueship, and many other benefits. These societies include areas of specialization such as Aerospace, Circuits, Communications, Computers, Lasers & Electro-Optics, Robotics, and Solid State Circuits. A complete listing of all societies along with detailed information on each society is available on the IEEE Technical Societies site.


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