Stanford IEEE is Stanford's student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). It started in 2001 and currently
we have about 240 members but reach out to more than 1,000 students on campus. Stanford IEEE Student Branch is proud to be a part
IEEE University Partnership Program.
Goals and Mission
We're a group of electrical engineering and computer science students (undergrads and grads) who want to have fun and meet new people,
to learn about research and innovation in technology, to find ourselves and our passions, to help our community, and to get inspired to change the world!
- Stanford students are also always very career-minded. We
hold a lot of technical talks with industry and academics, and allow Stanford students to keep up to date with the most cutting edge technologies.
- At the same time, we serve as a bit of a social hub bringing engineering students together across disciplines.
We’re always expanding, and reaching out to different disciplines, such as law and
business majors, to break out of our shell as an engineering-only group.
We also host other IEEE Student chapters in the bay area and in USA in
a few events every year to bring together IEEE student members
from all over USA.
- All of our events serve as a great platform for attracting new members to IEEE and
networking among the existing IEEE student members to keep them involved in the
Stanford IEEE Student Chapter.