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What does IEEE stand for?
How do I become a member of IEEE?
How can I contact Member Service?
How can I contact Customer Service?
How can I find information about IEEE's Technical Societies?
How may I obtain permission to reprint technical material that appeared in an IEEE publication?
How can I find an IEEE Standard?
What does the IEEE offer students?

How can I get information about IEEE conferences?



What does IEEE stand for?
The initials I-E-E-E represent the legal name of the IEEE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. IEEE is pronounced "EYE triple E." The IEEE is a global technical professional society serving the public interest and members in electrical, electronics, computer, information & other technologies.


How do I become a member of IEEE?
There are several grades of membership from Associate to IEEE Fellow. For more information, visit the FAQs on Membership.


How can I contact Member Service?
Member Services Associates answer inquiries from members concerning all aspects of their membership and non-members wanting information about the IEEE and how they can join.

Member Services can be reached by members in the US and Canada by calling 1-800-678-4333, outside the US by calling 1-732-981-0060. Our e-mail address is member.services@ieee.org (general address). If the member knows their region they can use member.services.{insert region number here}@ieee.org.


How can I contact Customer Service?

Orders can be placed 24 hours a day 7days a week via the web @ http://shop.ieee.org/store. Customer Service associates are available to place an order or to handle inquiries from 8:30 AM-5:00AM Monday-Friday EST. Customer Service can also be reached by phone, email or fax.


Members and Individuals within the USA
Phone: 1-800-678-IEEE (4333)
Libraries, Resellers and Corporations
(Nonmember subscriptions):Tel: +1 800 701 IEEE;
Outside USA & Canada: Tel: +1 732 981 0060

E-mail: customer-service@ieee.org or subscription-service@ieee.org
Fax: 1-732-981-9667

How can I find information about IEEE's Technical Societies?
Visit www.ieee.org
and select the Societies tab for detailed answers to your questions.


How may I obtain permission to reprint technical material that appeared in an IEEE publication? Visit the IEEE Intellectual Property Rights page for links to copyrights and permissions information.


How can I find an IEEE Standard?
Shop IEEE has a complete listing of IEEE Standards. Visit www.ieee.org and select the Standards tab to obtain Standards online, information about Standards Working Groups, IEEE Standards Association membership applications and more.


What does the IEEE offer students?
The IEEE offers students a range of products and services, as well as the opportunity to network with other students, professors and other engineers. For more information on student opportunities, visit www.ieee.org and select the Careers tab and click on the Students link.


How can I get information about IEEE conferences?
The IEEE sponsors more than 300 conferences each year, including technical conferences, workshops, professional/careers/technical policy meetings, and standards working group meetings. In addition, the IEEE is involved in almost 200 "topical interest" meetings, either as consultants to the technical program or as other non-financial partners. Visit www.ieee.org and select the Conferences tab for complete information and additional links.



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