IEEE History Center

Preserving the past, enlightening the future and promoting the legacy of electrical engineering, technology and computing.

IEEE History Center

Preserving the past, enlightening the future and promoting the legacy of electrical engineering, technology and computing.

Preserving and promoting the history of technology, the profession and IEEE is a privilege that the IEEE History Center takes very seriously. Through its many targeted programs, the Center collects and disseminates information and resources that exemplify the impact and influence of technology and its relationship, both past and present, to society.

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IEEE Milestones dedicated to honor significant technical achievements associated with IEEE

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Technology icons’ memories preserved in the IEEE Oral History Collection

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unique articles on the Engineering & Technology History
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IEEE History Center News

Julian Bussgang

It’s Important to Train the New Generation and to Encourage Progress

Julian Bussgang admires the work of the IEEE Foundation and has found a “painless” way to give. As a member of the Life Members Committee, Julian realized how much IEEE…

ThomasGarrity

Giving to the Future of IEEE Members

Thomas F. Garrity (Tom) joined IEEE in 1972 to access technical publications, notably the electric power Transaction papers. Interaction with engineering professionals worldwide has been the ultimate reward for his…

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