Welcome! We are the Princeton / Central Jersey Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE / PCJS). We hold regular meetings on a variety of subjects, covering topics in science and engineering, information technology, and professional development.
This is a group for engineers, Information Technology (IT) folks, students, and anybody interested in pushing the envelope of our modern, tech-driven world. Sponsored by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), our meetings are open to all.
Our meetings are open to the public, and free of charge, unless otherwise noted. You need not be an IEEE member to attend.
Our chapters and groups include: • Antennas and Propagation / Electronic Devices / MicrowaveTheory and Techniques • Broadcast Technology • Circuits and Systems • Consumer Electronics and Communications • Computer Society (joint chapter with Princeton ACM (http://princetonacm.acm.org/)) • Engineering in Medicine and Biology • IEEE Education Society • Photonics • Power and Energy Society • Robotics and Automation • Signal Processing • Solid-State Circuits Society • Professional Activities Committee for Engineers (PACE) • Young Professionals • Consultants Network • Women in Engineering
...and student branches at: • The College of New Jersey • Princeton University • Rutgers University • DeVry University - North Brunswick • Middlesex County College • Pre-University Student Branches
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