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General Body Meeting
NYU: Poly IEEE student chapter will be preparing for the Fall 2013 semester and have more events and activities prepared this year. The new E-Board has been picked and you can check it out at The Officers Page. The main topic we will be discussing is the new officers of NYU:Poly IEEE, membership benefits, upcoming events, and more. We hope to see everyone there! If you have any ideas for this semester please let us know. Remember: This is your IEEE so your voice matters!
Due to the ongoing i2e Campus Transformation, IEEE is no longer in LC 023. We will be moving to a new location shortly and will announce the move once it is complete. Thank you for your cooperation.
Who are we?
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional association. The main goal of the IEEE student branch is to help IEEE fulfill its vision of "Advancing Technology for Humanity" by offering activities such as workshops, competitions, and hands-on projects to the student body at NYU-Poly. We hope that these activities will be both fun and beneficial to our student members.
What do we do?
- Student competitions: Participate in the IEEEXtreme 24-hour programming competition, Micromouse robotics competition, and others.
- Open office hours: Because we currently do not have a room we are looking for an alternative and will notify you when we find a solution. Usually during open office hours, you can come use our equipment (Arduino, soldering, miscellaneous electrical parts) or get homework help with basic undergraduate EE and CS classes. Please refer to our schedule.
- Seminars, talks, hands-on workshops: We host soldering, Arduino, PSpice, and other workshops; and we invite guest speakers for seminars and talks (often together with our honor society branch, Eta Kappa Nu). Join our mailing list to be notified in advance of our events.
- Club projects: Bring a project proposal to our general body meetings (see schedule here) or e-mail us. If there’s enough interest from the club for you to form a team, we may be able to fund it as a club project. Past projects have included a Sentry Gun/Motion Tracking Defense System, a Wii Remote Interactive Whiteboard Project, and a Liquid Cooled PC.
Why join IEEE (national)?
You don't need to join IEEE national to participate in most of our club activities, but if you do become a student member of the IEEE national you'll get:
- A subscription to IEEE Spectrum magazine (online and print versions monthly)
- An online and print subscription to IEEE Potentials magazine, published every other month.
- Highly discounted rates on valuable IEEE subscriptions, including society memberships and publications, and IEEE conferences
- Email alias @ieee.org - instantly showing you are an IEEE member
- Access to the IEEE job site
- Eligibility for IEEE scholarships, awards, and fellowships
- Free Microsoft software through MSDNAA - learn more or see the free software available through this program
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