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Membership Development Section Training - 21 Jan 2008 (1 21 ) Fanny Su Manager IEEE Asia Pacific Operations Centre IEEE Topics 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Introduction to IEEE IEEE

Why Join IEEE? IEEE Global Sections Sections and membership statistics in mainland China Membership Resource Tools Benefits of IEEE membership IEEE Contacts 1. Introduction to IEEE IEEE The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE registered trademark) IEEE A non-profit organization

The worlds leading professional association for the advancement of technology IEEE / IEEE Vision / IEEE Mission VISION To advance global prosperity by fostering technological innovation, enabling members' careers and promoting community worldwide MISSION The IEEE promotes the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electro and information technologies and sciences for the benefit of humanity and the profession IEEE IEEE the Organization IEEE

Who The IEEE Serves the IEEE is a leading authority on areas ranging from aerospace systems, computers and telecommunications to biomedical engineering, electric power and consumer electronics IEEE a source of technical and professional information, resources and services student members in colleges and universities prospective members and organizations that purchase IEEE products and participate in conferences or other IEEE programs IEEE IEEE IEEE Today (2006) Membership More than 370,000 members in over 160 countries 37 160

Including more than 80,000 student members 8 more than 27,000 society affiliates 2 7 IEEE Geographical and Technical entities 319 sections 319 1,676 chapters 1 676 more than 1,526 student branches in 80 countries 1 526 80 over 300 student branch chapters 300 more than 147 affinity groups 147 39 societies and 5 technical councils 39 5 2006 2005

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 IEEE Membership Growth IEEE Today

(2006) 400000 350000 300000 250000 200000 150000 IEEE Today (2006) IEEE Membership by Grade Associate 6% Honorary 0% Student 21% Member 63%

Fellow 2% Total Voting Members 72.254% Sr. Member 8% IEEE Today RAB: IEEE Membership By Region 31 December 2006 R7 16,020 R10 67,442 R1 to 6 215,851 R1 38,617 R2 33,054 R3 30,615 R8 60,856 R4 23,982 R5 29,444

R6 60,139 R9 14,598 Region 10 was created on 1 Jan 1967 Reflecting the global nature of IEEE, R8 and R10 are now the two largest IEEE Regions Region 10 Units 31 Dec 2006 TOTAL R10 MEMBERSHIP 67,442 Region 10 Areas Sections (52) Subsections (8) Student Branches (490) Student Branch Affinity Groups (21) Councils (4) Chapters (334) Affinity Groups (34) Student Branch Chapters (49)

IEEE Organization Chart IEEE MEMBERS IEEE Board of Directors IEEE Executive Committee Executive Director Staff Educational activities Board IEEE-USA Board of Directors Standards Association Member and Geographic Activities Board (1 Jan 2008) Publication Services & Products Board Technical Activities Board

How does IEEE Work? Staff Voluntee rs Members Efforts are accomplished through a partnership between Volunteers, Members, and Staff Many volunteers are not members Volunteers are key to all IEEE activities IEEE 2. Why join IEEE ? IEEE You make a difference when you join IEEE IEEE IEEE membership helps support the IEEE mission of promoting the engineering profession for the

benefit of humanity and the profession IEEE Membership also enables affordable student membership, funds university program accreditation and helps introduce technology careers to young people around the world 3. Global Sections meet their needs and further the missions of IEEE IEEE

share technical, professional and personal interests automatically become members of their local IEEE Section IEEE 319 local Sections 319 participate in their respective Section activities to keep them aware of pertinent information related to their local unit and IEEE IEEE Sections participate in socials, award banquets, and educational career workshops 4. Sections and membership statistics in mainland China Formation Dates 31 Dec 2005 31 Dec 2006 Beijing Section

1 Dec 1984 3,414 3,088 Chengdu Section 18 Nov 2006 - 261 Harbin Section 18 Nov 2006 - 175 Nanjing Section

14 Feb 2007 - - Shanghai Section 18 Nov 2006 - 540 Wuhan Section 14 Feb 2007 - - Xian Section 18 Nov 2006

- 248 China Council (Total 15 Jun 2007 - - 31 Dec 2007 26.3% increase in membership from 2005 to 2006 Breakdown by grades Sections 31 Dec 2006 F

SM M AM StM 3,088 26 272 1,588 217 985 Chengdu 261

1 10 174 7 69 Harbin 175 - 11 103 21 40 Nanjing -

- - - - - Shanghai 540 2 80 310 41 107 Wuhan -

- - - - - Xian 248 4 31 128 18 67 Total 4,312

33 404 2,303 304 1,268 100% 7.6% 9.3% 53.4% 7.0% 29.4% Beijing Compare Total IEEE: Fellow 2%, SM 8%, M 63%, AM 6%, StM 21% 5. Membership Resource Tools

Continue - Membership Resource Tools LOG-IN (web account required) LOG-IN Monthly Progress Reports Regional and Sectional Membership Statistics Membership Development Online Community SAMIEEE Online SAMIEEE Monthly Progress Reports l Regional and Sectional Membership Statistics

Continue - Regional and Sectional Membership Statistics Membership Development Online Community SAMIEEE Online Continue- SAMIEEE Online The Value of IEEE Membership Benefits of IEEE Membership IEEE 6. Knowledge ... staying current with the fast changing world of technology Community unparalleled networking opportunities, and the buying power into low, members-only rates on benefits and services

Profession empowering members to build their careers, and giving back to society Member Benefits KNOWLEDGE: Staying Technically Current IEEE Spectrum Magazine The Institute Newsletter IEEE Potentials Magazine IEEE Xplore Digital Library Whats New @ IEEE Additional Benefits (add-ons) IEEE Member Digital Library Proceedings of the IEEE Conference Attendance at reduced rates IEEE Society Membership IEEE IEEE IEEE IEEE

IEEE IEEE 1988 IEEE Spectrum COMMUNITY: Professional Networking IEEE e-Mail Alias - IEEE Sections, Student Branches, and Technical Chapters Online Membership Directory (4Q-2006) Volunteering / Voting IEEE email IEEE Member Benefits

Member Discounts / Reduced Rates Membership paying for itself - as much as 50% off IEEE products - registration discounts on 350+ conferences annually 50% IEEE 350 + Additional Benefits (add-ons) the power of volume purchasing* Financial Services Insurance Services

Home & Office Services Travel Services Benefits vary by country Member Benefits Member Benefits PROFESSION: Career Development & Recognition Awards - Continuing Education Partners Program IEEE Job Site, Career Alert Scholarships - Career Alert - Consultants Database - Todays Engineer - Volunteering & Giving Back to Society / Mentoring Volunteering /

Developing critical, non-technical skills that enable you to be more effective Enabling low-cost student membership Introduction of engineering and technology to young people worldwide Member Benefits Bringing it all together myIEEE myIEEE

Connect with your local IEEE Section IEEE Desktop navigation w/personalized benefit access Society memberships and conference updates Latest news from IEEE Spectrum, IEEE Standards, and The institute IEEE Spectrum, IEEE Standards, and The institute Direct and seamless access into membership account Addition of online membership directory in 4Q2006 4 Q-2006 Member Benefits In Summary - Benefits of IEEE Membership - IEEE

Keeps you technically current Grows your professional network locally and internationally Access to in-person technical forums Members-only discountsIEEE products, conferences, and insurance coverage - Provides tools for career development and advancement Developing critical, non-technical skills that enable you to be more effective Opportunities to volunteer, and give back to society / 7. Contacts Prof. Pingzhi FAN IEEE Region 10 Membership Development Chair 2008

Email: [email protected] IEEE Chengdu Section Chair-elect 2008 Professor and Head of Institute of Mobile Communications, Southwest Jiaotong University, China PhD (UK), FIEE, SMIEEE, MIEICE Adjunct professor of Leeds University (UK) and Shanghai Jiaotong University (China). General chair and program chair of over 10 Int. Conferences. Guest editor-in-chief and editor of 8 academic journals. Inventor of 20 patents and the author of over 300 research papers and 8 books (John Wiley, RSP, IEEE Press, Springer, Nova Science) Research Interests: CDMA theory and technology, information theory & coding, sequence design & applications, radio resource management, cellular radio positioning, etc. Continue - Contacts China Office Ning Hua Email: [email protected] China Council Chair Prof. Zhou Mengqi Email: [email protected]

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