IEEE was founded in 1884, at a time when electricity started to have a significant impact on society. The telegraph, a significantly established electrical business, had been able to connect the world with a data communications system quicker than the pace of transportation since the 1840s. Just starting up were the telephone, electric power, and light industries.
The largest technical professional society in the world is IEEE, a group whose mission is to advance innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity. It is intended for professionals working in all facets of the electrical, electronic, and computing industries as well as allied sectors of science and technology that form the basis of contemporary civilization.
IEEE has 344 Sections in ten geographic Regions worldwide. 2,702 Chapters that unite local members with similar technical interests.
IEEE Region 10 is one of the ten regions of the Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a global professional organization for
engineers in the fields of electrical, electronics, and computer engineering
referred as the Asia Pacific Region and created on 1st January, 1967. IEEE
Region 10 has a large membership base, with more than 100,000 members, and
it is responsible for organizing numerous conferences, workshops, and
technical events in the region.At present Region 10 consists of 57 Sections,
6 Councils, 17 Sub-sections, 515 Chapters, 60 Affinity Groups and 958
Student Branches. It covers a geographical area stretching from South Korea
and Japan in the north-east to New Zealand in the south, and Bangladesh,
Pakistan in the west. With a membership of over 107154, it is one of the
largest regions in IEEE. At present Chun Che Fung, Lance is the IEEE R10
To know more about IEEE Region 10 visit: IEEE Region 10
The IEEE Bangladesh Section is the local chapter of the Institute of
Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in Bangladesh. The IEEE
headquarter in New Jersey approved the Bangladesh Section on 20th November
1993 and the GEO code is R00073 and has since then been involved in
promoting the advancement of technology in the country. From only 54
founding members, IEEE Bangladesh Section has now grown to a family of over
2300 members. With 42 Student Branches, 9 Society Chapter and 2 Affinity
Groups and their activities it has become one of the most active sections
not only in Region 10 but also all over the world.
To know more about IEEE Bangladesh Section visit: IEEE Bangladesh Section
The IEEE AUST Student Branch Geo Code – STB63101 is the only international and professional student organization at Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It has been successful on national and global scales since it started operation in 2004. The organization focuses on promoting creativity, fostering ingenuity, knowledge sharing, and professional growth among engineering students and has become the fourth student chapter nationwide and the first at a private university. We have been working for almost 2 decades to provide members with opportunities to advance and succeed in their professions and plan to continue this in the future.
IEEE AUST Student Branch is a student branch of the IEEE Bangladesh Section under Region 10.
In the IEEE AUST student branch, we have 3 societies and 1 affinity
PES: The IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) is a prominent organization that offers information about technological advancements, industry standards, and education related to power and energy. IASB PES is committed to providing scientific and engineering knowledge concerning electric power and energy.
ComSoc: The objective of the IEEE Communications Society, is to enhance networking and communications by encouraging member-to-member knowledge sharing and technological innovation. It offers members support for their technical and professional growth as well as discussion platforms with topics ranging from business to government. The Society's mission is for the betterment of humanity by bringing together individuals from around the globe aiming for research, education, and the generation of innovative communications and networking concept
WIE AFFINITY: The WIE (Women in Engineering) affinity group is committed to empowering women by delivering technical and theoretical knowledge in a variety of fields, for being able to showcase their potential. The WIE Aust AG seeks to break stereotypes and inspire more women to pursue engineering professions by piquing their academic curiosity and equipping them with the required skills, motivation, and resources. With a goal of enabling women to perform more effectively and efficiently in demanding workforces by building networks that support and encourage ingenuity, information and knowledge sharing, and collaboration. We give them a platform to excel in their expertise in science and technology and make a positive impact on humanity. We also aid in the development of their discipline, teamwork, and organizational abilities while working in a professional setting.
The mission of the IEEE AUST Student Branch is to aid students in connecting with the technical community worldwide and with technical professionals in every discipline. Through the extensive network already in place, the students will develop their leadership skills, enabling them to better both humanity's lot in the world and their own. In order to help students enhance their professional skills and commit themselves to the advancement of mankind, we, IEEE AUST Student Branch provide a variety of lectures, courses, and workshops.
The goal of the IEEE AUST Student Branch is to support students in their quest for excellence in the design and manufacture of electrical and electronic devices as well as computer technology. OUR VISION IS TO SUPPORT engineering students' ingenuity knowledge transfer, and professional growth.
The old logo was a composite integration of two different insignias: the IEEE emblem on the left and the AUST emblem on the right. To ensure a seamless and cohesive visual representation, the IEEE logo underwent a slight distortion, and the letterings of the acronym, “IEEE”, were compressed.
As stipulated in Section 6.3.2-C of the IEEE Policies, it is prohibited to
include the precise form of the IEEE Logotype or the Diamond-shaped emblem
in the logo of an organizational unit.
The IEEE AUST SB’s former logo contravened this rule in the IEEE Master Brand policy, necessitating a redesign to comply with the rules.
High emphases were given so that the logo should
• Embody modern thinking and legacy of IEEE AUST Student Branch.
• Be meaningful and symbolic.
• Possess a distinctiveness that enables effortless association with the branch.
• Have an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
• Be indelibly memorable, capturing the attention and imagination of viewers.
• Exhibit an alluring visual quality on both light and dark backgrounds.
• Remain readily recognizable even when represented in a monochromatic format.
The new official logo of AUST IEEE Student Branch, designed by Shaer Ahmed (Vice Chair, IEEE AUST Student Branch, 2017-18).
The logo was publicly revealed on August 6, 2017, during the event “Rethinking IEEE AUST Student Branch”.
The logo is separated into two parts:
• The Emblem
• The Logotype
The emblem is comprised of two rhomboid shapes, with the larger of the two in a blue hue encompassing the inner green rhombus, delineated by a white space. The central region of the green rhombus contains an open book, rendered in a white hue, with a gentle shadow effect cast upon the background.
The logotype consists of two distinct lines that are separated by an orange horizontal line.
The lettering for “IEEE AUST” is presented in Serif typeface in order to emphasize the branch’s established legacy and rich history.
In contrast, the word “Student Branch” is presented in Sans Serif typeface to represent the branch’s modern, forward-thinking ethos and ongoing pursuit of growth and advancement.
The colors used in the logo play a significant role in capturing the essence of the branch. The blue color used in both the rhombus and the “IEEE” word to represent the association with the IEEE organization.
The white coloration within the rhombus is intended to reflect the guiding principle of IEEE, “Advancing Technology for Humanity”.
The purpose of the IEEE AUST STUDENT BRANCH was to introduce IEEE and provide advantages to students. The IEEE AUST Student Branch strives to advance IEEE and establish itself as a prestigious student branch by operating with a dynamic student body and knowledgeable mentors.
IASB, IEEE AUST Student Branch offers opportunities to interact and learn from experts and it works as a platform of networking. It aims to develop student's professional skills and foster a sense of social responsibility by hosting a variety of technical workshops, seminars,networking events,meetings, competitions and industrial tours.
An IEEE student branch is a regional organization that gives IEEE student members the chance to learn and network with other students, academic members and experts in the field to discuss their interests,potential careers and ideas. It provides various opportunities for IEEE students to develop their soft and hard skills.It organizes various technical or nontechnical workshops, seminars,networking programs,building administrative meetings,and competitive events. It gives IEEE members financing for projects and material assistance and connects to all the IEEE members around the world.
IEEE is one of the world's largest technical communities, offers members
access to the industry’s most essential technical information, networking
opportunities, career development tools, and many other exclusive benefits
which are briefed below.
• IEEE offers an unparalleled network of students,professionals,experts and advisors from different parts of the globe that can help you to shape your career,provides resources to obtain new skills and enhance professional development and gives numerous opportunities.
• Want to keep up-to-date about revolution of your interested field, latest technology trends? You may keep up with the most recent developments in your subject of interest and all fields generally by reading technical magazines like IEEE Spectrum, IEEE potentials, and IEEE The Institute Newsletter. You will receive regular updates on the many national and worldwide IEEE conferences taking places in different locations.Only IEEE Student Members receive a discount on the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
• You can develop your management, leadership abilities and coordination in teamworks by volunteering to organize events.
• Developing technical and nontechnical skills to be effective.
• Create a resume that highlights your accomplishments.
• Monthly Spectrum magazine.
• Access to the 38 technical societies of the IEEE,whose publications and services offer discounts for students.
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We regret to inform you that IEEE AUST Student Branch only deals with a Student membership, where only Current Students of AUST are eligible. We appreciate your understanding in this matter. For more information on IEEE membership, we suggest visiting the IEEE website (IEEE - Membership). Which provides detailed information on various membership grades and benefits. To become a member, you can make payment through a dual currency card or any other international payment method and become a member.
To get IEEE membership applicants must fill up a form with accurate
Applicants need to give basic information like name,email etc carefully.
Then Bkash the membership fee to the mentioned number and collect transaction id.
Transaction ID and the number should be given in the form carefully.
After providing further information applicants need to create an IEEE account and the password must be given in the form. It’s for the membership application process. Applicants can change his/her password after getting the membership.
Last but not least, applicants must again check all the information carefully before clicking the submission button.
IEEE AUST student branch launches a membership drive two times throughout the
1. Full Yearly Membership (Around December)
2. Half Yearly Membership (Around July)
We invite you to visit our website during the respective drives, and we will also notify you when the drives are active, InshaAllah.
The Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST) was founded by
the Dhaka Ahsania Mission in 1995. Dhaka Ahsania Mission is a non-profit
voluntary organization in Bangladesh. The Mission was established in 1958 by
Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah, an outstanding educationist and social reformer of
undivided India. With his own vision of a better society, characterized by a
wealth of moral and spiritual values of the highest humanism that are
universally acclaimed through ages and manifested in every sphere of life
social, economic and cultural; and access to education and resources, he
established the Mission. His remarkable educational reforms include among
others introduction of roll number system in the public examination and
creating equal opportunity for education of all groups of people in the
Besides, he has contributed to the society by writing a large number of books covering a wide range of areas from human and social life, history, human development, literature, religion, biography, moral values etc.Though initially charity and welfare activities were the major focus of the Mission agenda, it has expanded its arena of activities leaning towards sustainable development strategies with the passage of time since early 1980s.
Hazrat Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah(R) M.A., M.R.S.A., I.E.S. (1873-1965), was the Assistant Director of Public Instruction for Bengal And Assam Provinces of undivided India (1925-29).
Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology was established with the aim to be a premier center of excellence in science, engineering, technology and business by creating and transferring knowledge with human values to the young generations in such a way that they, in turn, could enhance the quality of life in Bangladesh and beyond.
In order to achieve its vision, Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology is engaged in developing human resources in the fields of science, engineering, technology and business to meet the ever-changing needs of the society in the perspective of the highly complex and globalized world. The curricula of the university are designed to produce quality graduates imbued with the spirit of ethical values and equipped with knowledge and skills appropriate to their professional fields. AUST graduates are taught and trained to accept the challenges in their arena of jobs and to contribute meaningfully to the society and overall development of the country.