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Be a part of History in the Making

The Electron Devices Society (EDS) began in 1952 as a committee of the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE). With the merger in 1963 of the IRE and the American Institute of Radio Engineers, EDS became a technical group under the newly formed IEEE. In 1976, the EDS became a society of IEEE.

Now with over 10,000 members worldwide, EDS provides a platform for the professional growth of its constituency by promoting excellence in the field of electron devices through the exchange of technical information, publishing, education and technical recognition. 

The EDS field of interest includes all electron and ion based devices, in their classical or quantum states, using environments and materials in their lowest to highest conducting phase, in simple or engineered assembly, interacting with and delivering photo-electronic, electro-magnetic, electromechanical, electro-thermal, and bio-electronic signals.

The Society sponsors and reports on education, research, development and manufacturing aspects and is involved in science, theory, engineering, experimentation, simulation, modeling, design, fabrication, interconnection, reliability of such devices and their applications.

Stay on top of the latest research and developments.  Join or renew your membership in the IEEE Electron Devices Society today!