Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers – Eastern North Carolina Section (IEEE)
The purpose of the IEEE Exchange Group is to bring together people from industry, academia, and the healthcare community to share information and learn about opportunities for partnering.
People from industry can learn first hand about needs for new technology in the healthcare space; academics can learn of opportunities to transfer research to the private sector. All these audiences can make use of the technical resources of IEEE, and IEEE members can learn of job opportunities in the medical device and healthcare IT fields.
Membership is open to qualified individuals with an interest and background in healthcare, healthcare information technology, biomedical engineering, nanotechnology and similar healthcare-related fields. Membership is by invitation only; new members are recommended and approved by planning and steering committee members. There are currently approximately 100 IEEE Exchange Group members.
Meetings are held quarterly and run from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Unless otherwise noted, they are held at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. Meetings typically consist of a keynote speaker, followed by a panel discussion and/or audience Q&A.
Registration is required for all seminars.
To be added to our mailing list, please fill out the Interest Form.