|A Technical Society is made up of individual IEEE members and affiliates interested in a specific area of electrotechnology. There are now 44 individual IEEE Societies within the IEEE. The Seattle Section has 13 active Society Chapters.
|Aerospace and Electronic Systems (AES-10)
|Circuits and Systems (CAS-04)
||Jacques Chris Rudell
|Communications Society/Vehicular Technology/Broadcast Technology/Information Technology/Intelligent Transportation Systems (COM-19 VTS-6 BT-2 IT-12 ITSS-38)
|Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMB-18)
|Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC-27)
|Industry Applications (IA-34)
|Antennas and Propagation (AP-03)Electron Devices (ED-15)Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT-17)
|Oceanic Engineering (OE-22)
|Power Electronics (PEL-35)
|Power and Energy Society (PE-31)
|Signal Processing Society (SP-01)
Technical Society Chapters are required to annually report meeting activity. These reports are necessary for the Chapter to maintain viability and for the Section to earn rebate funding based on Chapter activity. These meeting reports should be submitted after each meeting is held.
Chapters must hold a minimum of two technical meetings per year and maintain a membership of at least ten members. Meeting reports can be submitted via web form at www.ieee.org/L31. The Section Secretary should be copied using the “Email CClist” field on the bottom of the form.