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									        IEEE
 An overview of the world’s
   leading professional
    association for the
advancement of technology
     IEEE Mission. . .

“Foster Technological
Innovation And
Excellence For The
Benefit Of Humanity”
    The Envisioned Future. . .
Be essential to the global technical
community and to technical
professionals everywhere, and be
universally recognized for the
contributions of technology and of
technical professionals in improving
global conditions.
IEEE -- Fostering Technological Innovation
And Excellence. . . Core Values
   Service to humanity
   Global focus
   Trust and respect
   Growth and nurturing of the profession
   Collaboration and community building
   Professionalism
   Intellectual activity
   Peer-reviewed
IEEE -- Fostering Technological Innovation
And Excellence. . . Core Values
 Service to humanity: leveraging technology and
  engineering to benefit human welfare; promoting
  public awareness and understanding of the
  engineering profession.
 Global focus: supporting and embracing the global
  nature of and need for technical work and
  engineering solutions.
 Trust and respect: promoting a culture where
  contributions at all levels are valued; encouraging
  member driven, volunteer-led, knowledge-based
  projects; building effective volunteer/staff
  partnerships.
IEEE -- Fostering Technological Innovation
And Excellence. . . Core Values
 Growth and nurturing of the profession:
  encouraging education as a fundamental activity of
  engineers, scientists, and technologists at all levels
  and at all times; ensuring a pipeline of students to
  preserve the profession.
 Collaboration and community building: cultivating
  active, vibrant, and honest exchange among cross-
  disciplinary and interdisciplinary global communities
  of technical professionals.
IEEE -- Fostering Technological Innovation
And Excellence. . . Core Values
 Professionalism: creating a world in which
  engineers and scientists are respected for their
  exemplary ethical behavior and volunteerism.
 Intellectual activity: forward-thinking; nurturing new
  and existing science and technology.
 Peer-reviewed: using unbiased information to
  enhance the quality of life for all people.
  Fostering Technological Innovation
  And Excellence – Then and Now
AIEE (1884) – American Institute of Electrical Engineers
 Founded by American industrialists to develop a skilled
   workforce; prepare standards for U.S. electrical industries
IRE (1912) – Institute of Radio Engineers
 Founded by radio electronics pioneers
 Did not feel fully at home in electric power-oriented AIEE
 Differed from the AIEE - positioned at inception to be global

IEEE (1963) Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers from
   AIEE & IRE
Fostering Technological Innovation
And Excellence – Then and Now
IEEE -- World’s largest professional society dedicated to the
advancement of technology
     Over 375,000 members
     Membership includes nearly 80,000 students
     Live & work in over 160 countries
 Annually sponsors more than 850 conferences
  worldwide
 Publishes over 30% of the world’s literature in
  electrical and electronics engineering and computing
 Offers over 900 active industry standards
IEEE Organization

Grouped into geographic areas reflecting where we
live and work …
    10 Geographic Regions
          324 Sections within Regions
          1,616 Student Branches
…and technical areas based on our fields and
interests.
    38 Societies and 6 Technical Councils
          1676 Chapters
 IEEE Sections

 Sections provide a community of colleagues
 Members build a network through local Section,
  Chapter, Student Branch activities
 Develop new skills by taking an active role
    Gain management, teamwork and leadership
     experience
 Gain recognition for accomplishments and
  recognize the achievements of others
 IEEE Societies & Councils

 38 Societies and 6 Technical Councils
 Bringing members together with similar interests
 Sponsoring conferences, workshops tutorials,
  seminars, etc
 Developing publications: Journals, Magazines,
  Newsletters
 Recognizing member accomplishments
   IEEE Societies & Councils
 Aerospace & Electronic          Education
  Systems                         Electromagnetic Compatibility
 Antennas & Propagation          Electron Devices
 Broadcast Technology            Engineering in Medicine & Biology
 Circuits & Systems              Geoscience & Remote Sensing
 Communications                  Industrial Electronics
 Components, Packaging &         Industry Applications
  Manufacturing Technology        Information Theory
 Computational Intelligence      Instrumentation & Measurement
 Computer                        Intelligent Transportation Systems
 Consumer Electronics            Lasers & Electro-Optics
 Control Systems
 Dielectrics & Electrical
  Insulation
Membership Totals by Grade
Grade                   Final 2007   Final 2006   % Change
Honorary                   27           28         - 3.6%
Fellow                    6,012        5,888       + 2.1%
Senior Member             30,306       29,140      + 4.0%
Member                   237,790      235,729      + 0.9%
Associate                 23,147       23,491      - 1.5%
Higher Grade Subtotal    376,328      294,276      + 0.4%
Students                  79,046       80,491      - 1.8%
Total IEEE               376,328      374,767      + 0.4%
Region           Final 2007   Final 2006   % Change
Region 1           37,973       38,617      - 1.7%
Region 2           32,363       33,054      - 2.1%
Region 3           30,782       30,615      + 0.5%
Region 4           23,555       23,982      - 1.8%
Region 5           29,020       29,444      - 1.4%
Region 6           59,145       60,139      - 1.7%
R1-6 Subtotal     212,838      215,851       -1.4%
Region 7           15,947       16,020      - 0.5%
Region 8           64,976       60,856      + 6.8%
Region 9           15,410       14,598      + 5.8%
Region 10          67,157       67,442      - 0.4%
R7-10 Subtotal    163,490      158,916      + 2.9%
Total IEEE        376,328      374,767      + 0.4%
     IEEE Membership By Region
     31 December 2007

   R7 – 15,947




                                                                R10
R1 to 6 – 212,838                                              67,157

  R1 – 37,973
  R2 – 32,363
  R3 – 30,782
  R4 – 23,555                             R8 – 64,976
  R5 – 29,020
  R6 – 59,145
                 R9 – 15,410

                Reflecting the global nature of IEEE, R8 and
                 R10 are now the two largest IEEE Regions
                                      IEEE of IEEE Membership
                               GlobalizationMembership*
                              80%              Regions 1-6 vs 7-10
                                    70.8% 69.7%
                                                  68.5% 67.1%
                              70%
Percent of Total Membership




                                                                64.8% 63.9%
                                                                              62.4% 62.0% 62.2%
                                                                                                  60.5% 59.4%
                              60%                                                                               57.6%56.50%
                                       Total Reg. 1-6 Members

                              50%
                                                                                                                42.4%43.50%
                                                                                                  39.5% 40.6%
                              40%                                             37.6% 38.0% 37.8%
                                                                35.2% 36.1%
                                                31.5%   32.9%
                                    29.2% 30.3%
                              30%

                                       Total Reg. 7-10 Members
                              20%
                                  95

                                         96

                                                97

                                                       98

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                              *2007 Preliminary
Total IEEE Membership
1963 - 2007                    2007

                        1993



              1983



1963   1973
  IEEE Higher Grade Membership
  1963 - 2007




Excludes Graduate Student Member (GSM) grade
  IEEE Student Membership
  1963 - 2007




Above data includes Students and GSMs
Student Retention Rates
Society Membership vs
IEEE Membership 1988 - 2007

      410,000




    300,000
Society Membership vs
IEEE Membership 1988 - 2007



  400,000




            0
IEEE Revenues From Operations1
    2007 Operating Revenue ~$323.2 Million
             Finance &                                   1
               Other                                       Does not
                                                         include
                         Membership        Membership-   Investment
                5.0%       Dues               other      Returns
      Stds
                                    5.3%
         6.5%            9.5%
Conference
  Events

  28.1%
                                Periodicals

                                36.2%
              9.3%
     Conference
     Proceedings
         Breakdown of Membership - Other Revenue
           For the Year Ended 31 December 2007
                        $ in Millions




Society Dues                                        8.0

IEEE-USA (primarily assessments)                    5.1

Regions/Sections                                    4.1

Grand Total                                        17.2
              Breakdown of Finance/Other Revenue
              For the Year Ended 31 December 2007
                           $ in Millions
Spectrum (primarily advert)                          6.0
Job Site                                             1.3
Institute                                            0.3
  Total                                              7.6

Financial Advantage                                  4.7

MGA                                                  0.3

EAB (Educational Product Sales)                      1.0

Grants                                               0.4
History Center                                       0.4
Corp Awards                                          0.3
IEEE Restricted Fund                                 0.1
  Total Other                                        1.2

Finance Other                                        1.2

Grand Total                                         16.3
                                                                                                                                Includes

         Total IEEE Reserves                                                                                                   Investment
                                                                                                                               Returns for
                                                                                                                                all years
         $(Millions)
                                                                                                     % of Reserve Investment
                                                        Surplus/(Deficit)                   Reserves    to Exp     Returns (d)
Reserve Balance @ 12/31/1996                                                                    77.4

Y/E 1997                                                                 20.6                      98.0                                       22.5
Y/E 1998                                                                 10.6                     108.6                                       18.2
Y/E 1999                                                                 22.9                     131.5                                       36.7
Y/E 2000                                                                 (9.9)                    121.6                                        0.8
Y/E 2001                                                                (29.3)                     92.3                     40.5%            (12.4)
Y/E 2002                                                                 (1.3)     (a)             91.0                     42.1%            (15.9)
Y/E 2003                                                                 25.6      (b)            116.6                     51.9%             19.2
Y/E 2004                                                                 22.0                     138.6                     54.4%             13.2
Y/E 2005                                                                 30.1                     168.7                     63.2%             12.5
Y/E 2006                                                                 40.7                     209.4                     70.5%             21.4

2007 Actual                                                              37.3      (c)            246.7                     80.7%            16.4
(a) Net assets for 2002 increased by $14.8M due to the consolidation of the Sections, Chapters, & Councils.
(b) Represents a change in net assets to reflect the net asset purchase of ECI along with a net surplus from 17 sections.
(c) Includes $3.5M increase in net assets from change in accounting principle.
(d) Included in Total Surplus/(Deficit) Column
IEEE Reserves
$(Millions)
                                                                                        246.7
    250
                                                                                209.4

    200
                                                                        168.7

    150                  131.5                                  138.6
                                 121.6
                 108.6                                  116.6
          98.0
                                         92.3    91.0
    100


     50


      0
          1997   1998    1999 2000       2001    2002   2003    2004    2005    2006    2007

                                                Years
 Key IEEE Product Sales
 2000-2009B in $ millions earned sales / 262% growth in 10 years


                                                                           $151.1
$160,000
                                                                                    IEL
$140,000
                                                                                    POP
$120,000                                                                            ASPP
                                                                                    NM Subs
$100,000
                                                                                    Doc Del
 $80,000    $57.7                                                                   Enterprise
                                                                                    MDL
 $60,000
                                                                                    Expert Now
 $40,000                                                                            ISOL
 $20,000                                                                            Comp Sci Lib
                                                                                    J Lib Plus
      $0
           2000   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008 F 2009 B

                  +19%   +14% +10%     +11% +10% +12% +13% +6% +6%
IEEE Publications
 >1,800,000 documents in IEEE Xplore® digital library
     Now includes Expert Now Web Courses, IEEE Standards
      Online, Draft IEEE Standards
 143K articles added to IEEE Xplore® in 2007
     31K refereed journal articles
     112K conference articles from more than 850 IEEE-related
      conference proceedings annually
 >6M articles downloaded per month
 ~2M engineers, scientists and students have “free” access
 144 journals, transactions and magazines
    17 of the 20 top-cited publications in electrical and electronics
     engineering
IEEE Publications
IEEE SPECTRUM Magazine
In print and online

Online
Features:
 Spectrum
  Radio
 Webcasts
 RSS Feeds
 Blogs
IEEE Spectrum Adds Awards,
Electronic Editions
 ABM’s* Grand Neal Award for articles on Iraq’s need for stable
  power and communications
    Executive Editor Glenn Zorpette’s enterprising on-scene
     reporting wins him the McAllister fellowship
 Digital facsimile edition launched in July gains over 40,000
  member subscribers for 2008
    Complete electronic replica of print edition is delivered
     faster than print
 New improved website launched in September with online
  features not available in print
    Editors provide MP3 audio downloads, videos, blogs
    Advertisers sponsor webinars

   * American Business Media – The Association of Business to
      Business Publishers
 Publications Services Make
 Research Easier
 IEEE Member Digital Library
       Subscribers can download, save and print 25
       articles/mo.
 IEEE Enterprise for smaller businesses
 IEEE Power Engineering Library
 Google and Yahoo searches of IEEE Xplore
 CrossRef links to other journals
 Online tools make it easier and faster to submit,
  review and publish papers with IEEE
Web-Based Products Transformed
IEEE’s Pubs Revenue Stream
1999-2008B in $ millions earned / 181% growth in 10 years
                                                                                   $138.5

  $140,000
  $120,000                                                                                  IEL
                                                                                            POP
  $100,000                                                                                  ASPP
    $80,000                                                                                 NM Subs
                 $49.3
                                                                                            Enterprise
    $60,000                                                                                 MDL
    $40,000                                                                                 Expert Now
                                                                                            ISOL
    $20,000                                                                                 Doc Del
           $0
                1999     2000   2001    2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 P 2008 B

                       +17%     +19%   +14%    +10%   +11%   +10%   +12%    +11%   +4%       85%
   15%
                         (Total Publications Package revenue, all media.                    Online
  Online
                                 Excludes Society-only products.)
Finally, Working To Ensure We Are
Competitively Positioned With Authors
 Timeliness project
    Task force with TAB and “timeliness watch list”
    Benchmarking our time to publication against others
    Is important to attracting and retaining good authors
 Attracting best authors
    Author survey to understand motivations
    Introducing new author tools and author gateway
 Looking at new ways to measure Impact
    Eigenfactor experiments
    Xplore Index
 The IEEE Standards Association
 A World Leader in Standards Development
 Fostering Technological Innovation
 The leading developer of global industry standards
  in a broad-range of industries, including. . .
    Power and Energy - Biomedical and Healthcare -
     Information Technology – Telecommunications –
     Transportation – Nanotechnology - Information
     Assurance – Battery Technology

 IEEE-SA offers an established standards
  development program
    Balance, openness, due process, and consensus.
 Conferences
 IEEE annually sponsors and cosponsors more than
  850 conferences worldwide
 Involved in the technical programming of over 300
  additional conferences.
 Partnered with over 500 non-IEEE entities
 More than 400,000 attendees overall in over 60
  countries
 First-hand information on the latest developments
  from leaders in their fields
 More than 3,000 annual technical meetings, and other
  local events
 Opportunities to meet leaders in technical interest
  areas
 Searchable IEEE conference database
   IEEE Conference Sponsorships…
 Financially Sponsored
              Joint Other                     •558 Conferences (540 in 2006)
                      5
  Geo Unit     28
                                              •50% increase (volume) 2003
    84

                            Society/Council
                                  441




Technically Co-Sponsored
                                              •350 Conferences (325 in 2006)
             Joint    Other
Geo Unit      47        1
  61

                            Society/Council
                                  241
       IEEE Conference Locations…
Financially Sponsored
            100
                                  270   R 1-6
  14
                                        R7
                                        R8      52% held in Regions 7-10
                                        R9
   150                                  R10
                  24




Technically Co-Sponsored
                           55
 110                             13     R 1-6
                                        R7
                                        R8      84% held in Regions 7-10
                                        R9
  11                                    R10
                           156
Access to IEEE Conferences

    Typical attendance is a few hundred
    Typical attendance in a session is several tens
    Typical cost of participation ~US$2K to $5K
       Airline tickets, hotel, meals, registration fee, loss of
        time from work…
    Cost (in time and money) is the major barrier for
     many potential attendees
    Many are interested in just one session, or just a
     few papers at a conference; not worth the cost of
     attendance.
Goals/Benefits
 Make conference presentations available online, and,
  thereby:
    Make presentations available to a worldwide
     audience
    Provide timely information – can be the same day
    Enhance the value of conferences by providing
     on-line access to presentations during the
     conference
      - Allow viewing of missed papers in parallel sessions
      - Allow the replaying of papers for better technical
        and English understanding
Additional Benefits


  Create a new source of revenues for IEEE
  Increase the value of IEEE Xplore’s contents
  Makes small, focused conferences feasible
Are the Goals Feasible?
 Software is available to make the process quick & easy:
    Load software onto laptop that controls the projector
    Load the presentations
    Connect the microphone to the laptop (wired or
     wireless)
    Laptop records the slides + audio, as seen & heard by
     audience
    Software provides file ready to be uploaded to server
    Worldwide audience can see and hear the
     presentations on the day of the presentations
    Adding video & editing are possible options, for later
Other Uses
        Tutorials
        Workshops
        Distinguished lectures
        Business meetings, e.g.,
           Panel of Editors
           Panel of Conference Organizers
           Strategic Planning sessions
           Committee meetings
        Etc., etc.
Status
     New Initiative program by Gujarat Section, India, approved 4
      March 2008 (subject to conditions) – will demo at POCO
         POC: Deepak Mathur, mathur_deepak@ongc.co.in


     Chile distinguished lecturer new initiative program plans to use
      the technology to distribute DL talks throughout Latin America
         POC: Doris Saez, dsaez@ing.uchile.cl


     Power & Energy (formerly Power Engineering) Society pilot
      program; kickoff planned for PES General Meeting, July 20-24,
      2008
         POC: Cheryl Warren, Cheryl.Warren@us.ngrid.com


     Free IEEE Communications Society Conference tutorials
         www.comsoc.org/freetutorials/


     Demo planned for POCO by IEEE Meetings and Conferences staff
         POC: Susan Root, s.root@ieee.org


     Computer Society is experimenting with offering conference
      presentations online; may also demo at POCO
         POC: Scott Roy Smith, ssmith@computer.org


     CASS: “If the technology is available, affordable, and easy to use,
      we would be very interested to record and post conference
      presentations.”
Trends in Women, Minority Engineers
        Engineering Enrollment
                 US Undergraduate Engineering Enrollment

        500,000
        450,000
        400,000
        350,000
        300,000
        250,000
        200,000
        150,000
        100,000
          50,000
                  0
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                20

                20

                20

                20
Source: Eng. Workforce Commission/AAES
Workforce: Diversity
       Total Enrolled Women and Minorities (US)
     22%

     20%

     18%                                                      % women

     16%

     14%                                                      % minority

     12%

     10%
          94

                 95

                       96

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 Source: Eng. Workforce Commission/NSF
                                                        20
     U.S. High School Students’ Interest
     in Engineering Major
 18.0%

 16.0%

 14.0%

 12.0%

 10.0%                                                                     Total
                                                                           Boys
   8.0%                                                                    Girls
   6.0%
                                                                          Avg 1.39M
   4.0%                                                                   PSAT takers
   2.0%                                                                   per year
   0.0%
              2002-        2003-        2004-        2005-        2006-
              2003         2004         2005         2006         2007
Source: http://www.collegeboard.com/researchdocs/2006_psat.html
  UK: Science/Engineering/Technology
  (SET) Degree Holders, 1992-2002




UK Dept. of Trade and Industry (DTI): Promoting Science, Engineering and Technology for Women
http://www.setwomenstats.org.uk/set4statistics/figures/index.htm
   UK: Women as % of SET Degree
   Holders




UK Dept. of Trade and Industry (DTI): Promoting Science, Engineering and Technology for Women
http://www.setwomenstats.org.uk/set4statistics/figures/index.htm
    EU Scientists and Engineers by Gender




European Commission SHE Figures 2006, quoted by Dr. Burghilde Wieneke-Toutaoui, Technische
Fachhochschule Berlin; http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/pdf/she_figures_2006_en.pdf
 IEEE Societies & Councils
 Social Implications of Tech.    Solid-State Circuits
 Magnetics                       Systems, Man, & Cybernetics
 Microwave Theory &              Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics &
  Techniques                       Frequency Control
 Nuclear & Plasma Sciences
                                  Vehicular Technology
 Oceanic Engineering
 Power Electronics
 Power Engineering              6 Technical Councils
 Product Safety Engineering      Electronic Design Automation
                                  Nanotechnology
 Professional Communication      Sensors
 Reliability                     Super Conductivity
 Robotics & Automation           Systems
 Signal Processing               Technology Management
                                   (formerly Eng. Mgt. Society)
    New Technology Working Groups
   Biometrics
   Digital Intellectual Property
   Earth Observation
   Power and Alternative Energy
    Technologies
   RFID
   Biotechnology and Bioengineering
   Distributed Intelligent Networks and
    Systems
   Organic Electronics
   Portable Information Devices
The IEEE Standards Association
http://standards.ieee.org/

 In addition to the prominent 802® Standards, IEEE-
  SA has over 900 other published standards with
  more than 400 in development.
 Provides a complete portfolio of standards
  development programs, products, and services
    including individual and entity membership,
     working group support services, governance,
     publishing, and more.
 Enhanced global adoption of IEEE standards
  through partnerships with the IEC, ISO, and ITU.
Continuing Education
IEEE Expert Now
 More than 65 one-hour
  interactive online courses in
  IEEE’s technical areas of
  interest
 Subscriptions available for
  Corporate, University,
  Government and Individual
  Members
 Earn Continuing Education
  Units (CEUs) and Professional
  Development Hours (PDHs)

IEEE Education Partners Program
 Online courses offered from
  university and corporate
  institutions at a discount
 Skills Certification
 IEEE Computer Society Certified Software
  Development Professional Program (CSDP)
    Certification for software developers with at least
     5 years experience
    Under development – an entry level certification
     for recent graduates to assess their expertise vs.
     the body of knowledge
 IEEE Communications Society is developing the
  Wireless Communications Engineering Technology
  Certification Program
 IEEE is currently evaluating other certification
  opportunities in the areas of systems and biometrics
 Building the Pipeline of Professionals
IEEE Pre-University Programs
  connect engineers and
  educators
Pre-University Teacher
  In-Service Program (TISP)
   for Sections
 Features IEEE volunteers developing, presenting
  technical subject matter to pre-university educators
  in a professional development setting
 Over 325 IEEE volunteers trained in 2007 in 16
  countries
 42 lesson plans aligned with education standards
 Overall, more than 1800 teachers have participated in
  a TISP session led by an IEEE volunteer - impacting
  over 180,000 students.
  TryEngineering.org
 Web site for Engineering and Engineering Education for
  Counselors, Teachers, Parents and Students
 Joint project of IEEE, IBM and the New York Hall of
  Science.

  Explore                                Ask an
                                           Expert
   Engineering
   Opportun-
   ities                                  Ask an
                                           Engineer
  Find a
   University                             Ask an
                                           Undergrad
                                           Student
  Lesson
  Plans
                                          Play Games
 TryEngineering.org: 23 countries in “Find
 a University” tool at
 Global search tool Launched in June 2006
 Database now includes Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada,
  France, Germany, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New
  Zealand, Pakistan, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa,
  Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the US.
 Expanded search feature allows users to find accredited programs
  based on locale, tuition, and size of the student body of the academic
  institution.
 Plans to add more countries in 2008
 Available in German, French,
  Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Spanish
  and English versions.
 Accreditation.org

 A new IEEE portal devoted to
  accreditation of academic programs in
  engineering, computing and technology
 Provides an overview of accreditation
 Lists accrediting bodies worldwide
    Lists all the programs they accredit
    Provides links and contact information
    Provides accrediting body search by country

IEEE EAB
    Responsible for carrying out accreditation process for U.S
     engineering, engineering technology programs
    Also participates in international accreditation activities
Accreditation.org
 Provides information on accords and mutual-
  recognition agreements
    Including original text and interpretation
 Allows search of accredited programs
    Similar to “University Search” on
     TryEngineering.org
 Provides links to articles and reviews on
  accreditation
Access to Information
IEEE.org Web site
 “What do you want to
  do?” links for easy
  access to popular
  content
 10 portals organize
  major content areas
 24/7 access to IEEE
  products, services
  and
  information
 Ongoing usability
  testing to inform
  content and design
  updates
 Access to Information - IEEE.tv Launch

 Internet broadcasting network producing,
  delivering special-interest programming on
  technology and engineering
 A member benefit
 Increasing public awareness
  about technology & engineering
 Balance of technical disciplines, and
  member vs. public access
 myIEEE: Increasing and Personalizing
 the Member’s Connection with IEEE
 370,000+ Web sites – unique to each Member
 Connects individual members to their Section; Section
  & peer-to-peer networking
 Integrated & personalized benefit access
 Updated daily from IEEE’s core databases
 Putting the Member 1st, regardless of IEEE
  organization structure or benefit platform
 Providing an interface to IEEE membership which is
  contemporary with younger generations
 Encouraging usage of benefits via desktops and
  tools…benefits usage = retention
 IEEE memberNet
 Online search, networking tool -- allows members
  to connect with technical, engineering experts
  worldwide.
 Can be used by members seeking peers who
  share a common technical interest, membership,
  or other affinity
 Benefit of IEEE membership -- no additional cost
 Only online network that connects all IEEE
  members
    Enables networking by technical and geographic
     affiliations, affinities, and more.
 Personalization to each member’s technical
  interests, IEEE involvement
 Online Communities
 Over 162 in operation with
  more than 27,000 users

 Communities/Forums
  include IEEE EMC-PSTC,
  PES Surge Protective
  Devices, Embedded
  System, PCIC, Product
  Safety, Ethernet Passive
  Optical Networks
  Employment & Career
  Strategies

 IEEE governance--
  SPC;Section/Chapter
  volunteers
Benefits for Students
 Student dues are discounted
 Students receive full IEEE benefits and
  more-
   Student Concourse
     www.ieee.org/students
   Potentials Magazine
   Reduced Dues program first year after
    graduation
   Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD)
    program for recent graduates in the first 10
    years of their careers.
IEEE Recognitions
   Institute level awards and medals
   Society awards
   Prize Paper awards
   Service recognitions
   Regional and local awards
   Student competitions
     Student Paper awards
     IEEE Computer Society International Design
      Competition
     Local events (robotics competitions, etc)
New China Office Opens
 Expanding IEEE relationships in China
  through the establishment of an office in
  Beijing – inaugurated Jan. 2008
   Standards
   University Curriculum Accreditation
   Certification
   Corporate Partnerships
   Membership
        IEEE
Fostering Technological
    Innovation And
  Excellence For The
 Benefit Of Humanity

								
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