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IEEE Student Chapter

Photo of a group of male and female students in front of the TAMUQ building
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IEEE, a non-profit organization, is the world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology. IEEE was originally an acronym for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Incorporated. Since the organization's scope of interest has expanded into numerous related fields, IEEE is now referred to by the acronym alone.
 
The Texas A&M at Qatar Student Chapter of IEEE was established to provide electrical engineering students the opportunity to become familiar with the processes of a professional organization and reap the benefits of membership in the international association. The IEEE campus chapter helps develop the students' sense of responsibility, communication skills, ethics and professional knowledge. In order to become a member of the Texas A&M at Qatar chapter, a student must register as a student member with IEEE. Student IEEE membership benefits include the opportunity to participate in IEEE conferences and a subscription to Spectrum Magazine.
 
The university's student chapter has organized various events since its inception. For example, during Fall 2007, three students participated in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) IEEE Conference held in Bahrain. A paper competition was also organized.
 
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Academic Year 2023-2024

Officers

President  Muhammad Bin Mughees
​Vice President ​Sai Surag Lingampalli
Secretary ​Hind Fakhroo
Treasurer (Head of Finance) Aiman Mohamed Ali
Risk Manager and Events Coordinator Osama Hasoneh
Social Media Manager Abdellatif Hussein
The officers are elected by chapter members at the end of each year.


Faculty Advisor
Dr. Muhammad Zilany 


Past Events

IEEE Day

IEEE hosted IEEE Day, which included challenges like an RC track race, a cake decorating challenge, and a robot fighting challenge. 

Microsoft Workshop

Twenty students participated in an educational field trip to Microsoft where they learned about artificial intelligence technology that Microsoft is working on.

General Electric Workshop

IEEE members from Texas A&M University at Qatar visited the GE Digital Energy Smart Grid Lab. The workshop introduced our members to topics, such as, grid architecture, grid automation, telecommunication, energy management system, and distribution system.