Association of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

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July 6, 2022

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is an international organization of electrical and electronic engineering experts. IEEE pronounces 'I-Triple-E' and is located in New York, USA. As the largest technical organization in Electrical and Electronic Engineering with 350,000 members in 150 countries in 2004, it advances key standards and research policies. The main role is determined through an industry standard meeting for electrical and electronic equipment and announced, and standardization among industrial devices is implemented. IEEE was established in 1963 by merging the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE, established in 1912) and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE, established in 1884). Most IEEE members have majors in electrical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science, as well as basic science majors such as physics and mathematics.

Major IEEE Committees and Formats

IEEE 754 floating point arithmetic specifications IEEE 802 LAN/MAN IEEE 802.11 Wireless Networking IEEE 896 Futurebus IEEE 1003 POSIX IEEE 1076 VHDL VHSIC Hardware Description Language IEEE 1149.1 JTAG IEEE 1275 Open Firmware IEEE 1284 Parallel port IEEE 1394 Serial Bus ("FireWire") IEEE 12207 Information Technology

IEEE Milestones

IEEE is a system that recognizes historical achievements that have made significant contributions to the industrial development of mankind in the field of electrical, electronic and information engineering.

IEEE Sub-Organization or Society Related to Korea

Organization

IEEE Seoul Section (https://site.ieee.org/seoul/) The Seoul branch of IEEE. It is a gathering of IEEE members residing in Seoul/Metropolitan area and holds regular meeting events.

Society

IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Network

The abbreviation IEEE ICUFN is a conference dealing with ubiquitous and future networks. It is hosted by the IEEE Communications Society, Springer, and the Korea Telecommunications Society, and supported by Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, SK Telecom, and the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute.

IEEE International Conference on Network Infrastructure and Digital Content

Sponsored by IEEE IC-NIDC for short, IEEE Beijing Section, it is a network infrastructure and digital content-related society hosted by Beijing University of Technology in China, Tohoku University in Japan, and Hanyang University in Korea. In the case of the 2009 conference, 220 papers were presented in 7 countries.

Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR)

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External Links

IEEE International website IEEE Standards Association IEEE organization IEEE Seoul Section