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    With more than 400,000 members in more than 160 countries, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional society. IEEE was formed in 1963 after a merger between the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE), founded in 1912, and American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE), founded in 1884.

    Members of the IEEE rely upon the society as a source of technical and professional information, resources and services. And through this global membership, IEEE is now the leading authority on a range of technology including aerospace systems, computers, telecommunications, biomedical engineering, electric power, consumer electronics and many more.

    The IEEE serves more than to just provide a networking platform for professionals. The organisation sponsors over 850 conferences annually to aid the progression of technology. Furthermore, there are over 1,500 student branches for IEEE around the world creating a membership population of nearly 80,000 students. 

    IEEE NUS Student Branch

    Located in Region 10; one of the largest regions of IEEE comprising of over 400 student branches, the National University of Singapore (NUS) IEEE student branch is one of the most active student branches of IEEE for the past 26 years.

    Known for the active volunteering services, NUS IEEE has held many events including workshops for Macromedia Flash, Dreamweaver and Photoshop, talks with electrical and computer engineers from the engineering department regarding technopreneurship, revision series for students in engineering, industrial visits, soldering sales, competitions, and many more.

    NUS IEEE does not restrict their activities and events to Singapore, but rather extends them to Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand as well. Increasing the interaction with outside students and countries, NUS IEEE was the first to take the initiative to propose and organise the first Asia Pacific Student Congress in 2002. With the success of the first congress, the congress has received the seal of approval to be a biennial event.

    This prestigious student branch once again holds the reins as chief organiser for the congress as it returns to NUS this year.

    The IEEE NUS Student Branch is registered with the Registry of Societies of Singapore.(https://app.ros.gov.sg/ui/index/index.aspx). It is formed by students of the National University of Singapore (NUS) and is a self-governing body.

    IEEE NUS Student Branch is not part of the legal entity of NUS. It does not represent NUS and cannot act or make any representation on its behalf.

    Any views or activities of IEEE NUS Student Branch are solely those of the society and its members. They do not necessarily represent the position of NUS. The activities and views of IEEE NUS Student Branch are the sole responsibilities of the society and of its members.



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