The IEEE Transportation Electrification Community coordinates broad and deep activities throughout the IEEE in the growing electrification revolution across transportation domains, including advances in electric and hybrid cars, more-electric ships and aircraft, rail systems, personal transport, and the motive, storage, power grid, electronic intelligence, and control technologies that make them possible. Creates leadership, professional development, standards development, and other opportunities for practitioners, researchers, students, and all IEEE members interested in electric transportation.
IEEE Societies and Technical Councils
IEEE is a major contributor to this effort through the participation of several focused Societies and Councils. An IEEE Technical Society is a group of IEEE members who work in the Society’s technical fields of interest (FOI). Societies have individual members who voluntarily pay to belong to that Society. An IEEE Technical Council is a group of Societies that all have work in a conjoined technical field. Councils do not have individual members. (Societies and Technical Councils listing)
IEEE Transportation Electrification Community Strategic Plan
Click here to read the recently approved Strategic Plan.