Student Branches (Recent Activities)36+ branches across Egyptian universities

Young Professionals (YP) Egypt14+ years participating in shaping the engineering ecosystem in Egypt

Egyptian Engineering Day

EED for short, is the biggest annual conference and Expo for engineering ecosystem in Egypt. EED is organized by IEEE YP Egypt on yearly basis since 2002, including Graduation Projects Expo, Special interests forums highlighting new market trends and business opportunities with focus on the exquisite each interest might need, Orientation on how to start-up your business and entrepreneurship, management, and soft skills workshops given by training professionals.

Made In Egypt Program

MIE for short, was founded in 2005 aiming at establishing an link between university and industry and giving Industry chance to interact in the graduation project life cycle. MIE Program takes the form of a 1 year competition among graduation projects of engineering students. A group of professors and industrial mentors participates with the teams in design and implementation of real industrial cases selected by industrial and academic experts as graduation projects.

Future City Egypt

FC for short, is a national, project-based learning experience where students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades imagine, design and build cities for the future. Students work as a team with an educator and engineer mentor to plan cities using SimCity Game; research and write solutions to an engineering problem; build tabletop scale models for their "Future City" with recycled materials; and present their ideas in front of judges who select the top teams for regional competitions.

Our Work StreamsAreas that we are interested & engaged in

Technical seminars, workshops and training inside universities

To spread the awareness and hands-on experience on new technologies and trends globally

Developing non-technical skills of engineering students

Through teaming up to organize different activities inside and outside their universities

Woman In Engineering programs

To promoting women engineers and scientists and inspiring Egyptian girls to follow their academic interests to a career in engineering.

Industry University Link - IUL

Through utilizing engineering graduation projects to solve a real industrial problems, and involve the industry in early phases of developing the solutions

Educate under-graduates about market needs

To get prepared with the needed skills In order to fulfill the market needs for skilled human resources

Pre-university education programs

To promote the engineering problem solving thinking and project management concepts between school students

Networking engineering community in Egypt

To exchange ideas, experiences and team-up to create value or solve specific challenge

Exposure for innovative ideas and initiatives

Within engineering community to attract the interested parties that can participate or support

Link to jobs and internships opportunities

for students and fresh graduates from engineering and computer science universities across Egypt

IEEE Egypt Section has 13 Technical Chapters

Society/Technical Council Chapters are your local link to the valuable resources available from IEEE. each chapter includes guest speakers, workshops, and seminars as well as social functions with focus to specific technical area. Providing the members with valuable opportunities to network at a local level, enabling their personal and professional growth

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Join UsBe part of making a difference in Egyptian society

Be Volunteer

Join around other 500+ volunteers yearly who are engaged in our programs and activities. As Judge, Mentor, speakers, or Organizer.

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Be Partner

Be part of creating a value and partnership with IEEE Egypt section for one or more of programs and activities that section organize.

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Be Investor

For one or more of innovative ideas of projects that are participating in Made In Egypt (MIE) competition or Egyptian Engineering Day (EED)

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IEEE Egypt Section Board

Prof. Samir Shaheen

Senior Member of IEEE, Volunteer for IEEE since 1986, and Member of ACM Since 1982

Prof. Mohamed Khairy
Vice Chair for Activities

Senior Member of IEEE, Volunteer in IEEE since 2005 as counselor of Cairo SB and member in section board

Dr. Ahmed Hassan
Vice Chair for Chapters

Senior Member of IEEE, Volunteer for IEEE since 2011, IEEE Egypt Section secretary 2011-2015

Dr. Islam A. Eshrah

Senior member of IEEE and active member of IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society since 2005

Prof. Ihab Ali

Senior member of IEEE and IEEE volunteer since 2005. was IEEE WSA Secretary from 2005-2006

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