IEEE Region 10 is home to organizational units in Asia and Pacific.

Young Professionals

IEEE Region 10 Young Professionals is a community of enthusiastic, dynamic, and innovative members and volunteers across Asia Pacific.

Women in Engineering

The mission and vision of IEEE Region 10 WIE is to inspire, engage, encourage, and empower IEEE women so as to form a vibrant community of IEEE women and men innovating the world of tomorrow.

Student Activities Committee

The Region 10 Student Activities Committee takes care of the needs of 45,000+ student members spread over 1250+ student branches in the Asia-Pacific region (R10) of the IEEE.

Educational Activities

Membership Development Activities

IEEE Region 10 Educational Activities The EAB recommends policies on educational matters and implements programs specifically intended to serve the educational pursuits of IEEE members, the engineering and scientific communities, and the general public.

To promote both professional and student membership growths in Region 10 and the Institute as a whole and to encourage all members to seek the highest membership grade for which they qualify. To monitor membership status and to conceive, develop, and implement membership growth programs in Region 10.

Industrial Realations

 

IEEE Board identified Industry Relations as a major focus Area. To execute the same IEEE Region 10 Industrial Relations committee is striving hard to incorporate industry members and cross pollinate industry activities between different sections from Region 10.

IEEE Asia Pacific Office = IEEE Asia-Pacific Limited

Located in Singapore, the office was registered in Singapore on 4th January 1994 as a branch representative office of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE). We aim to keep the Asia Pacific region the most vibrant and active of the 10 geographical regions in the IEEE, by keeping the volunteers informed and their activities coordinated.

We provide a valuable link bridging the 12 hour time difference between the IEEE Headquarters in Piscataway, New Jersey and work closely with the Asia Pacific volunteers, members and customers.

The electronic version of IEEE Asia Pasific Book – IEEE Region 10 Golden Jubilee Commemorative (Region 10 History 1967 – 2016) has been launched by Region 10 Director, Prof. Kukjin Chun, on 3 March 2018 at Region 10 Meeting in Langkawi, Malaysia.

This book ‘IEEE Asia Pasific’ is published to commemorate Region 10 Golden Jubilee and illustrates the history, technical activity, member activity, and the status of Sections and Councils of Region 10. (Prof. Kukjin Chun, 2017-2018 Region 10 Director)

The editorial team of the IEEE Asia Pasific Book, namely: Harish Mysore, Ravikiran Annaswamy, Prasad Kodali, Kukjin Chun, Akinori Nishihara, Ewell Tan

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