The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, pronounced “Eye-triple-E”) is a professional association that is dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence. It has currently over 400.000 members in about 160 countries.

IEEE’s Constitution defines the purposes of the organization as scientific and educational, directed toward the advancement of the theory and practice of Electrical, Electronics, Communications and Computer Engineering, as well as Computer Science, the allied branches of engineering and the related arts and sciences. In pursuing these goals, the IEEE serves as a major publisher of scientific journals and organizer of conferences, workshops, and symposia. It is also a leading standards development organization for the development of industrial standards in a broad range of disciplines, including electric power and energy, biomedical technology and healthcare, information technology, information assurance, telecommunications, consumer electronics, transportation, aerospace, and nanotechnology. IEEE develops and participates in educational activities such as accreditation of electrical engineering programs in institutes of higher learning.

IEEE has a dual complementary regional and technical structure - with organizational units based on geography and technical focus. The IEEE Austria Section covers the geographical area of the Republic of Austria located in Central Europe. It was founded in 1979 by Kurt Richter. The IEEE Austria Section is managed by the Executive Committee with support from a number of Section Officers. The technical activities are concentrated in the so-called Chapters while the student activities are handled by our Student Branches.

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The latest issue of our bi-annual Section Newsletter can be found here.

Annual report of the IEEE Austria Section (issued for the general assembly).