About Case IEEE

The Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world's largest technical professional society and is dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE has over 395,000 members world wide, including over 90,000 student members. The Institute publishes nearly 1/3 of the worlds technical literature on electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics.

Case's student branch supports the academic, technical, and social development of our members. We provide a variety of types of events and programming, including technical lectures, study events, social events, and technical projects & competitions. Involvement in IEEE is a fantastic chance to meet motivated students with similar interests, learn and improve your technical skills, and help build a vibrant and exciting culture within the EECS department.

If you would like to get involved, visit our Join Us page for more information!

News

The Tesla Orchestra @ BlueBash

The Tesla Orchestra will be performing at Case on October 13th at 7pm in Van Horn Field (the one next to Veale). The preformance is open to all students, faculty, staff, and alumni. All that you need to do is get tickets for BlueBash. The best part: They're Free!

Student Faculty Luncheon

The Student Faculy Luncheon will take place on October 27th. Come and meet the professors from the EECS department and get a free lunch.

Nerd Cultural Dinner

Thanks to eveeryone who came to the Nerd Cultural Dinner. It was a great event and will be happening again in the spring. Hope to see you there.

IEEE SparkTalks

IEEE SparkTalks are a series of lectures on topics in electrical engineering and discussions of interesint projects that students have made or are currently working on. They are Mondays at 7:30 in Glennan 313 (The room across the hall from the lab). Check the schedule to see what talks are coming up.

Have something awsome that you are working on and can"t wait to talk about? Send us an email and we can get you an audience to listen to your fascinating endeavours.