IEEE Baltimore Section



The Baltimore Section


Baltimore Section Announcements


Engineers Week 2019 Starts on Sunday, 17 February.  Check out these cool activities from DiscoverE and consider attending the Discover Engineering Family Day.



Check out these other Engineers Week resources.

The Baltimore Section is really excited to announce a new engagement called the Brain to Computer Interface (B2CI) Competition.  Team registrations are currently being accepted for the 2019 Competition.
The competition is being developed through Anne Arundel Community College and our first event is March 2019.  Come out and get involved in this cutting edge technology of brain/computer interfacing.  Please visit the page for more information and to register a team by clicking the B2CI Competition menu button to the left or here.

The Baltimore Section’s annual Robot Challenge is April 14th.  2019 is our 23rd year!  We are looking for engineers to help with judging the track competition and oral reports.  More details and contact information can be found on our volunteer web page.  Please come out and support this exciting event.


The IEEE Antenna Propagation Society (AP-S) sponsored an industry focused lecture at the National Electronics Museum in December where it was mentioned that AP-S has chartered the Industrial Initiatives Committee (IIC).  The AP-S IIC was formed in response to the IEEE desiring greater industry participation in the IEEE.  The mission of the IIC is to develop programs and activities that enhance the experience and engagement of the Society’s industry community.  (Continue reading the charter…)

If you would like to know more and to get involved in this new initiative please visit the AP-S IIC web page or contact the chair (Rod Waterhouse for more information.

The 10th Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT 2019), sponsored by the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES), will be held February 17-20, 2019 in Washington D.C.  The Conference will feature plenary sessions, panel sessions, technical papers, and tutorials by experts representing the electric utilities, regulators, technology providers, academia, the national laboratories, and both federal and state governments. This year’s theme is “10 years of ISGT – Innovation for a Flexible and Resilient Grid

Please visit the ISGT 2019 website for more information on registering and attending this local event.

Our section is pleased to offer the following upcoming events.