IEEE’s premier event showcases the innovation and creativity of IEEE members in engineering, science, and technology. The IEEE Honors ceremony recognizes icons whose work has served as a catalyst and propelled the major advances we have today.
As we close out the first quarter of 2022, I want to take a moment to reflect on your generosity in 2021. As a member of the 2021 IEEE Life Members Committee (LMC), I was able to see the impact of your support first hand…
Physicist John Bardeen, 1971 IEEE Medal of Honor recipient and the winner of two Nobel Prizes, was born on May 23, 1908, in Madison, Wisconsin. Bardeen helped develop the transistor, which made possible the invention of almost every modern electronic device.
Stronger together. The key to the IEEE Life Members community is our members. Dedicated to life-long learning and giving back to humanity, Life Members come together to learn new things, contribute ideas, mentor students, and participate in IEEE events.
IEEE Life Membership is an official recognition of a strong and sustained commitment to IEEE. Life Members groups participate in educational excursions, work together to mentor students, and improve their communities.
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Life Member Committee
The IEEE Life Members Committee provides leadership and support to Life members in all activities regarding IEEE, including the administration of the Life Members Fund.
Special Interest Groups
Life members have many technical, educational, and recreational interests. Special Interest Groups can support life-long learning and collaboration through IEEE Societies and Life Members Affinity Groups.