What is IEEE?

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional organization supporting the advancement of technology for the benefit of humanity. The roots of this organization go back to the late 1800's, when electricity became a major component in the development society. Today IEEE is a worldwide organization that provides its members with access to publications, conferences, networking opportunities, and more!

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3 Reasons to Join IEEE USF Student Branch Now!

It is free to join the organization.

IEEE USF sponsors many events throughout the semester, offering students an opportunity to meet new people and learn.

3. Picnics, competitions, technical talks and other networking opportunities are all hosted by the chapter, all for free!

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Free Workshops and Events

We hold multiple events and projects during the year to aid the technical and professional development of students; from learning to use a soldering iron, to benefiting from resume and interview workshops, to landing an internship or job position through one of our info-sessions.

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For many IEEE USF members, one reason is to connect with others in order to share ideas and obtain new knowledge. The chapter provides opportunities to network with fellow USF students and professionals from the engineering field.

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Be a part of the world's largest professional association, dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellance!

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The IEEE University of South Florida Student Chapter serves as a bridge between USF and the IEEE national organization. Student membership allows access to conferences and local events!

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We invite you to help and be part of our efforts to strengthen our future engineers. The IEEE USF Student branch has access to an increasing number of technically savvy students every year.

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Ethics Team

Teams, each consisting of up to three undergraduate students, submit a short analysis of how the IEEE Code of Ethics applies to a given situtation.

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Software Team

Form a team of three and solve programming challenges during a three hour time frame.

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Hardware Team

The challenge of this competition is to design a robot that moves autonomously around a predetermined track.

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