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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

IEEE (pronounced "eye-triple-eee") is an acronym for The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. It is an association that provides resources, information, and services centered around the field of electrical and electronics technology. It is the world's largest technical society with hundreds of thousands of members. More information about IEEE can be found on its website.

The Texas A&M chapter of the IEEE is very active with activities ranging from socials to competitions (e.g. IEEEXtreme Programming and a Formula 1 Hybrid Car competition) to presentations from corporations. Our chapter's goal is to help members become leaders in industry as well as promote fellowship among students studying in the electrical and electronics fields.

Eta Kappa Nu - Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor Society

IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu is the student honor society of IEEE and is dedicated to encouraging and recognizing excellence in the IEEE-designated fields of interest. Members consist of students, alumni, and other professionals who have demonstrated exceptional academic and professional accomplishments. Student members are selected on the basis of scholastic standing, character and leadership. Through a variety of service programs and leadership training, student members develop lifelong skills that prepare them for prominent positions in industry and academia. Members are much better prepared for the post-college world and are especially valuable and attractive to employers. They are recognized as extremely capable, both technically and professionally.

The IEEE PELS/IAS/PES joint student chapter

The Texas A&M University IEEE-Power & Energy-Industry Application-Power Electronics Societies Joint Student Chapter strives for the advancement of knowledge of the theory and practice of electrical engineering related to planning, research, development, design, application, construction, installation, and operation of apparatus, equipment, structures, materials and systems for the safe, reliable, and economic generation, transmission, distribution, conversion, measurement and control of electric energy. We invite you to have a look at our calendar of events and activities lined up for the semester.

Robomaster Robotics

The Texas A&M University RoboMaster Competition Team is a student-run robotics organization on campus. We design, manufacture, and assemble 7 complex robots that are to be competed in the annual RoboMaster Robotics Competition, the largest collegiate robotics competition in the world hosting over 250 of the top engineering universities on the planet. Completely student-run and funded, TAMU RoboMaster provides students with an immersive experience in engineering, management, supply chain, and business.  Students design robots from scratch, using techniques from both industry and applications of knowledge from coursework.

Women in IEEE

Women in IEEE’s objectives are to be the voice of women studying electrical engineering or computer engineering at Texas A&M University; to establish a platform where concerns can be raised and conveyed through appropriate channels, as well as to represent the interests and foster a sense of community for women engineers.

Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Association

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Association is actively involved in enhancing the graduate student experience at Texas A&M University. It is focused on hosting events, providing professional development opportunities and representing the graduate student body to help improve graduate life and improve the department as a whole.