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Electronic Devices: Societies
Electronic devices are components for controlling the flow of electrical currents for the purpose of information processing and system control. Prominent examples include transistors and diodes. Electronic devices are usually small and can be grouped toge
The paramount objective of the institution revolves around the dissemination of knowledge therefore the institution since its inception has been striving hard to fulfill its obligations. IEEEP is purely non-commercial entity, only on subscriptions from its members and donations from the patriotic entrepreneurs dealing with the electrical and electronics goods. The fantastic speed with which technical advancements are taking place in various branches of engineering and science make it imperative, in fact inevitable for societies and institutions to be formed to deal with the study, practice and progress in the specialized subjects they cover. To achieve the objective IEEEP is making best efforts to spread engineering education and technology through its publications and events. Thus IEEEP is playing a commendable role in promoting engineering education and profession in the country.
Founded in 1893, the American Society for Engineering Education is a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology. It accomplishes this mission by promoting excellence in instruction, research, public service, and practice; exercising worldwide leadership; fostering the technological education of society; and providing quality products and services to members.
The IAENG Society of Electrical Engineering (ISEE) is organized for the engineers and the scholars in the electrical engineering discipline. Through regularly scheduled conferences and workshops on the electrical engineering, the IAENG Society of Electrical Engineering serves as a forum for networking, information sharing, idea exchange and problem solving for the electrical engineering community.
Founded in 1952 with the formation of IRE’s (the Institute of Radio Engineers) Professional Group on Communications Systems (PGCS), IEEE Communications Society has evolved into a diverse group of global industry professionals with a common interest in advancing all communications technologies. Since the Communications Society began operations in January 1972 as an independent Society of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) with over 8,800 members, ComSoc has become the premier international forum for the exchange of ideas on communications technologies and information networking.
The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – to reflect the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century.The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing our members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.
The Power Electronics Society is one of the fastest growing technical societies of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). For over 20 years, PELS has facilitated and guided the development and innovation in power electronics technology. This technology encompasses the effective use of electronic components, the application of circuit theory and design techniques, and the development of analytical tools toward efficient conversion, control and condition of electric power. Our members include preeminent researchers, practitioners, and distinguished award winners. IEEE PELS Publishes the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, a top referenced journal among all IEEE publications.