We are a student branch of the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.
IEEE., Pronounced “Eye-triple-E, “, stands for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. IEEE’s roots go back to 1884 when electricity began to become a major influence in society.
However, as the world’s largest technical professional organization. IEEE’s membership has long been composed of: Engineers, Scientists, and allied professionals. These include: Computer scientists, Software developers, Information technology professionals, Physicists, Medical doctors…and many others in addition to IEEE’s electrical and electronics engineering core.
Today, IEEE serves over 400,000 members. Student members worldwide make up 25% of the membership of IEEE.
A student Branch of the IEEE is a unit that connects its members with the world! Our members come from both campuses, and from different study courses. What brings us together is the common interest of exploring and creating cool stuff!
We had an informative event introducing the club in June 2019, with interesting technical talks. We were present in the Freshers week market in September 2019 where we presented our projects and organized a rocket design competition for the freshers.
We have planned 3 field trips, however, only one took place, we had to cancel the rest because of the pandemic. Nevertheless, we had an online coding contest in April 2020…and more is coming.
There are many benefits in having an IEEE membership, but the main use of it is networking; organizing events, working on projects, and participating in conferences together. By joining us, you become part of an important unit which what it does counts and adds up the universal efforts in advancing technology.