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About Us

Duke IEEE is a student branch of the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE), the largest professional association for the advancement for technology. We are a group of students interested in electronics and hardware development in Duke’s engineering and computer science communities, and work through mentorship, projects, and networking with industry to promote student innovation. In particular, we seek to bring technological solutions to problems faced by the entire Duke community. The projects we work on are proposed, designed, and implemented by our members, and we welcome anyone with an interest in electronic projects.

Who are we?

•We are a group of dedicated students who enjoy applying engineering principles to real-life situations through cool projects.
• Our membership includes students of all skill levels. We provide mentorship to anyone willing to learn.
• Our members include engineers, computer scientists, musicians, and more ranging from freshmen to seniors.

What is IEEE as an international organization?

• IEEE stands for Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers.
• IEEE is the largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation.
• IEEE plays a role in specifying industry standards (e.g. WiFi), publishes papers, and holds conferences.
• Go to to join national organization.

What is our relationship to the international organization?

• We are the student branch at Duke.
• We represent Duke at IEEE events such as SoutheastCon.
• You do NOT have to be a IEEE member to be a part of Duke IEEE. We welcome everyone with an interest in electronic projects!

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