The Student Branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) in Greece founded in 1979, but officially started in 1999. In addition, the Student Branch consists of more than 110 undergraduate and postgraduate students, most of whom study in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering,
It is a pleasure and an honor to inform our members of the distinction of one of our members, namely Professor Panagiotis (Takis) Mathiopoulos. During the IEEE GLOCECOM, which was recently organized in Singapore, Professor Mathiopoulos, Professor of Digital Telecommunications in the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the University of Athens, was nominated the
For one more year the IEEE Greece Section participated at the Athens Science Festival, having its own exhibition booth. Nowadays, scientific cooperation networks develop in interdisciplinary and transnational fashion, while large research facilities are raised off the ground to answer complex questions and solve human problems. Scientists from different disciplines, origins and nationalities come and
Have you ever thought about designing and realising a real satellite mission? More than 100 high school and university students from all over Greece not only thought about it but also turned it into reality. In April 2018, the second CanSat in Greece space competition was organized with the support of the IEEE Greece Section.
Dear Nektarios Koziris, IEEE Greece Section Chair and Counselor of the NTUA Student Branch, holds the Exemplary Student Branch Award.
The IEEE Greece Section had the great honor to host the 110th IEEE Region 8 Committee meeting, on 10-11 March 2018, in the city of Athens. More than 160 IEEE volunteers of all grades (Students, Professionals, Fellow, Senior), from more than 60+ countries gathered together to discuss about the policies and the most hot topics
The results of the IEEE Region 8 Educational Activities contest “Acceleration Program” have been announced, and we are very happy to see two Greek teams between the winners. In the Pre-University Education Category the 2nd place goes for the Arduino A to Z (Greece Section – IEEE Student Branch of Thrace) – Runner-up A coordinated 4-month