The Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics IEEE Student Branch was formed in 2000. It is the 3rd IEEE Student Branch in Russia. The branch is active in promoting the IEEE through exciting and informative events ranging from technical seminars to careers events as well as professional conferences. We hope that these events help our members gain valuable knowledge and skills as well as being enjoyable.
The Tomsk Polytechnic University IEEE Student Branch was formed in 2000. The branch is active in promoting the IEEE through join events with TPU and TUSUR, and professional English tutorials. We hope that these events help our members gain valuable knowledge and skills. We trust you will enoy both professionally and personally from our activities.
Tomsk IEEE Chapter
The Tomsk Joint AP/COM/ED/MTT/EMC Chapter was established in 2000. We are active in promoting the IEEE membership among researches in Tomsk and all Siberia. The Chapter established and take place the International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications. This conference is very representative in Siberia on fields of control, communications, radar, electron devices. Chapter is the only carrier an idea of membership in scientific societies, in particular, IEEE. Join the IEEE – it is a good Institute!
IEEE YP Affinity Group
The YP Affinity Group (Young Professionals) was formed in 2003. It is the only one YP Group in the Russian territory. Our Professionals are active in promoting the IEEE among young researchers through exciting and informative events. We trust these meetings help our members gain valuable knowledge and skills as well as being enjoyable.
Russia Siberia Section
IEEE Siberia Section was established on February 13, 2003 after splitting the Russia Section on three parts – North-West, Russia Central and Siberia.
Siberia occupies about 76.9 % of Russia’s territory that is almost 17,037,142 km2 and includes eight time zones – from +5 to +12 GMT. Our Section is the largest in the World. We are situated in the three Federal Districts of Russia with the total population of 40,565,100 people – almost 27.7 % of the Russia total population.
IEEE Communications Society provides us technical support, co-sponsorship of our conferences, website hosting etc. Thank you, ComSoc! As acknowledgement we translate some interesting information about ComSoc to Russian. Join the ComSoc – it is a good Society!
Especially for Russians
We always receive questions concern IEEE benefits, forming a Student Branch, Chapter etc. Frequently Asked Questions, Nuts and Bolts please see here or in special part of this site in Russian.
This is the web portal for the Tomsk IEEE Chapter & Student Branch, to communicate with our members and anyone interested in technology and knowledge. The main purpose of the IEEE Tomsk is the dissemination of the theory and practice of all aspects of electrical engineering, electronics, radio, allied branches of engineering or related arts and sciences, as well as the furtherance of the professional development
Virtual IEEE Siberia Section
Objectives and Aims
We always aim to provide a lot of events and activities to our members, and to bridge the gap between the student body and the professional organization.
Our primary goals is following:
Increase the number of IEEE SB members
Greater participation in organized events
Organize more technical and social meetings, on a wide variety of topics
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The Student Branch & Chapter Committees held regular meetings to discuss a wide variety of topics including future events, branch aims, progress, challenges and finances. If you have anything that you would like to be discussed in our next committee meeting, please contact us.
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