As the world’s leading standards developer, IEEE is also a leading source of information and resources on standards, their applications, and their impact on designing new products, processes, and services.
Access to Standards
For students or individuals that do not have access to standards through their university, they can get a number of standards through the GET program, accessible free of charge.
Please visit http://standards.ieee.org/about/get/
It seems that many students already have access but don’t know it. On our website we provide a link to a PDF containing a list of all schools with access to standards through their subscriptions. The list is not up-to-date, but will be in the near future.
Standards Speakers Bureau Resources – Opportunity for Sections
Planning an event? Need a speaker? Interested in Standards Education? The Standards Education Speakers Bureau (SESB) may be what you are looking. Region 5 has created the Standards Coordinator position to help facilitate access to these speakers. The SESB will provide speakers for education about standards and the standards setting process. To request a speaker, please collect the following information.
- Name of event
- Date, time, and location
- Is event a full day, half day, or more? If so, what date will the speaker be needed?
- Topic of choice
Grants for Students and Professors
Mini-grants Available by Using IEEE Standards
Students, please take advantage of this great opportunity. IEEE is offering grants for graduate and upperclassman design project student application papers. If you are working on your Capstone project or are a graduate students seeking funding for a project, here is a chance to get funding by making use of IEEE standards. For more information, please visit the link here.
Grants include US$500 for students, with additional honoraria for faculty mentors.
The IEEE’s Standards Education Program continues to progress work supporting its goals of promoting the importance of standards in meeting technical, economic, environmental, and societal challenges; providing learning materials on the application of standards in the design and development aspects of educational programs; and actively promoting the integration of standards into academic programs.
For more information, please visit the Standards Education webpage.
The new IEEE Standards Education e-Magazine (eZine) is a free quarterly publication “for those who learn, teach, use, deploy, develop and enjoy Standards!” First published in September 2011, the eZine contains feature articles on standards and technology themes (like Smart Grid), articles from educators on standards in the curriculum, an area for our Best of Student Application Papers highlighting the use of standards in student projects, information about the standards development process and much more.
A new free web portal called TryStandards: Global Standards Education and Standards Search was developed to provide users with descriptions and access to all known credible programs and courses for education about standards at the university and post-university (continuing education) levels, and to also provide a search facility for all technical standards maintained by all recognized standardization bodies in IEEE’s fields of interest.
Try it out at http://TryStandards.org/.
Individual Membership is designed for individuals and independent professionals interested in participating in standards development with the IEEE-SA. While membership is not required for participation, membership allows participants to ballot on standards and assume leadership roles in standards working groups.
Corporate Membership is recommended for companies in which standards play a pivotal role in research, product development and marketing. Corporate participants enjoy networking and exposure across a broad cross-section of industry thought leaders and standards participants.
For more information on both visit http://standards.ieee.org/membership/
What is it and what does it do?
Allows entities to be involved in the SA. Broad focus that includes…
- Exploration, support and development of new standard
- International membership that is diverse geographically and by constituency which includes industry, academia and government
- Developing international partnerships through outreach
More information on the Corporate Program at http://standards.ieee.org/develop/corpchan/general.html
How can I benefit from the corporate program?
Your corporation can engage and influence technology development to ensure its business interests are heard and represented. Other benefits include unlimited balloting on entity standards, complimentary individual memberships, discounts on standards (IEEE and non-IEEE), access to incubation activities like Industry connections, networking opportunities and global exposure.