Welcome to the USC chapter of IEEE!

What does the IEEE student branch at USC do?
  • We help students learn about Electrical Engineering / Computer Science related careers.
  • General meetings allow students to network with industry representatives and USC faculty and staff.
  • Trips, beach parties, and lab tours mean we're more than just a speaker series.
  • Membership provides a subscription to the monthly IEEE Spectrum magazine, with articles about the different fields of engineering and interesting problems in each.
  • IEEE National also provides scholarship opportunities and valuable career and employment resources.
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Good luck to everyone on midterms and projects and thank you for supporting IEEE-USC.

This year, we are implementing a leaderboard system where members receive points for event attendance. Please participate in events for a chance to win great prizes at the end of the semester!

Fight on!

Upcoming Events

IEEE Boeing Industry Talk: Discussion w/ USC Alumni

When: Monday, October 12, 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Where: ZHS 159

Learn about what opportunities electrical engineers can pursue at Boeing, a leading aerospace and defense company. Two USC alumni at Boeing will be discussing their careers: Cliff Cousins, an EE - now IP agent, and Damian Pherigo, a ME - now Project Manager.

Come out for a discussion with electrical engineers who have walked the same path as we have and have found ways to become different even in this field. Cliff will be talking about how and why he became a patent agent despite his love for designing circuits, while Damian will be talking about "Going to the Dark Side - From Engineering to Project Management."

Professor Speaker Series: Alan E. Willner

When: Tuesday, October 21, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Where: EEB 539

Come listen to Professor Alan Willner talk about his research and career. In the past, he got an award from IEEE for his communication research. His research interests include high-speed optical fiber communication systems, with emphasis on optical amplification and wavelength-division-multiplexed technologies and networks. His research areas include communications, networks, and photonics & quantum electronics. Food will be provided!

Powell Hall of Information Sciences and Engineering, University Park Campus, Los Angeles, CA 90089
email: ieee@usc.edu