This is the website of the Shouraizou study project, which ended April 2005. The project has been a tremendous succes.
The website is archived to give you an insight into the project. Please notice that most content will be outdated and not applicable anymore.
Download the published reports ('Download Reports') or contact us ('Contact Information') for more information about Shouraizou.
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indent  Japanese 日本語版
indent  Project Summary
indent  Study Tour
indent  Study Tour (reports)
indent  Study Tour (pictures)
indent  Pictures (other)
indent  Organization
   indent  Shouraizou
   indent  IEEE SB Twente
   indent  E.T.S.V. Scintilla
   indent  University of Twente
indent  People
indent  References
indent  Download Reports
indent  Contact Information

indent  Introduction
indent  Research Project
indent  Japanese Course
indent  Contract Research
indent  Japan Symposion
indent  Final Symposium

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IEEE SB Twente


The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world's largest technical professional society. Founded in 1884 by a handful of practitioners of the new electrical engineering discipline, today's Institute includes 77,000 students within a total membership of nearly 377,000 members, who conduct and participate in its activities in 150 countries. IEEE-members are technical and scientific professionals making the revolutionary engineering advances, which are reshaping our world today.

The technical objectives of the IEEE focus on advancing the theory and practice of electronics, electrical engineering, computer engineering and computer science. To realize these objectives the IEEE has a worldwide representation through more than 1200 Student Branches and chapters.

IEEE sponsors scholarships, awareness programs, technical conferences, seminars and local meetings. Furthermore the IEEE publishes over 30% of the world's scientific literature in its field of interest and provides educational programs to keep its members' knowledge and expertise state-of-the-art.
Terabit Titans, symposium organized by IEEE SBT

Student Branch Twente

World-wide, the IEEE operates in 10 geographical regions, subdivided by Sections in which local chapters and student branches organize activities. The Student Branch Twente is located in region 8, which roughly consists of Europe, Africa and the Middle-East. Next to annual conferences, technical meetings and other professional events, there are several student activities like the Region 8 Student Paper Contest, a two-year Student Branch Congress and awards-, scholarship- and exchange programs.

The IEEE Student Branch Twente was officially founded in 1989, but there are reports of branch activities that date back to 1968, only 7 years after the University of Twente was founded. In 1999 the branch has been renewed drastically. A new branch office was established and a new website launched. Current activities of the Student Branch Twente include:

Promotion and support of IEEE Membership at University of Twente;
Organization and support of international events and study projects like Shouraizou, mostly in co-operation with fellow student organizations;
Helping students to find an internship, exchange program or other practical assignment abroad using the IEEE world-wide network;
Participation in Region 8 activities (e.g. R8 Student Paper Contest, Student Branch Congress);

For additional information, you can visit the website:
IEEE Student Branch Twente -
IEEE SBT visiting Egypt for the Region 8 Congress

Created on 12/15/2003 10:47 AM by Rolandme
Updated on 01/27/2004 08:58 AM by RolandMe
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