IEEE & EDS Information
The EDS Guide to State-of-the-Art Electron Devices celebrates over 60 years of the Electron Devices Society’s work, from its inception in 1952 as the IRE Professional Group on Electron Devices to its official formation as an IEEE society in 1976. This comprehensive, full-color publication was edited by long-standing EDS volunteer, Joachim Burghartz. In addition to the foreword by Nobel Laureate and EDS Celebrated Member George E. Smith, the book contains 21 chapters by 70 contributors. A historical timeline runs throughout the book, highlighting three key time periods/eras in the electron device field.
Special Offer for IEDM Attendees
Order at the deeply discounted price of $25 as part of your conference registration, and we will have your copy ready to pick up onsite at the IEDM.
IEEE and EDS Membership Promotions
You’ll receive exclusive access to the latest and best research, news, programs, and educational resources needed to expand your expertise and stay current.
If you register and pay for the conference as a non-IEEE member, you are eligible for a $US25 credit to use towards one year of IEEE membership and will also receive one year complimentary membership in the IEEE Electron Devices Society (total value US$43).
This offer is also valid for members of other scientific/technical associations to be used towards Society Affiliate Membership.
Students Join IEEE to Build for the Future
If you are currently studying at least part time in a technology or engineering field at an accredited institution, you are eligible for a one year complimentary student membership in both the IEEE and the IEEE Electron Devices Society (total approximate value of more than US$40).
Current IEEE Members
When you register for the IEDM as an IEEE member, you will receive one year complimentary membership in the IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS).
Note: These credits are only valid during the conference week and must be redeemed using a special promotion code either online or at the IEEE EDS membership exhibit located in the IEDM registration area.
As an EDS member you will receive the following basic society benefits:
- Invitations to special events such as the EDS’s acclaimed webinars with engineering luminaries like Chenming Hu, leader of the of the UC Berkeley team that developed the FinFET 3D Transistor
- Access to members-only web content like the EDS Webinar Archive
- Free Online Access to:
- IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics
- IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices (1954 to current)
- IEEE Electron Device Letters (1980 to current)
- IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM)
- Technical Digests (1955 to current)
- IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology
- Discounted Open Access Author Fees in the new Journal of the Electron Devices Society
- Free Copy-Editing Service of manuscripts submitted to Transactions on Electron Devices or Electron Devices Letters
- Fully Hyperlinked TOC’s for Flagship EDS Publications Delivered to your Desktop
- EDS Newsletter
- QuestEDS – EDS’s Online Question and Answer Service
- Network with EDS’s more than 10,000 members
Copies of the 2014 EDS Membership Brochure are also available at the Membership Desk, which will be open the following hours:
- Monday, December 15, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Tuesday, December 16, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Wednesday, December 17, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.