The Institute of electrical and electronics engineers, IEEE, is a non-profit professional Association whose goal is to promote and promote technical and technological innovation in all areas related to the use of electricity. Members of the Association are about 500 thousand students and professionals from more than 160 countries.
The organization promotes the expansion of scientific and practical interests of students, provides them with support in the organization and conduct of research, and helps in matters of student academic mobility. The section brings together like-minded enthusiasts who, working in various educational projects, hold student conferences, seminars and other events that are interesting and useful for University youth.
The Association participated in the development of about 900 existing standards.
IEEE headquarters is located in New York City and the operations center in Piscataway, New Jersey, where tactical business matters are handled.
IEEE is organized as “committees”, each of which is focused on a specific activity.
Technical Activities Board (TAB) observes
For all actions of the company, including publications in magazines, conferences, awards, etc.
The Administrative Committee (AdCom), as the management body of the MTT Company, reports to the TAB. The TAB groups of Companies and Councils of each of the ten divisions represent specific technical areas.
The Educational Activities Board (EAB)
It’s responsible for creating policies and special projects that are relevant to education and do not directly fall under the activities of TAB or RAB.
One of the most important units is the IEEE Standards Board, which regulates the development of standards that are binding in industry.
IEEE is managed by the Board of Directors (BoD). The President is chairing the IEEE BoD.
The Director of TAB and Vice-President Peter Stacker (Honorary life member of MTT-S) is used along with the Directors of the division, who are among the ten groups, Societies, and Councils.
You can find more information in official website IEEE