15th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrate the Past, Present, and Future of the EPICS in IEEE program

Started as a Seed Grant approved IEEE New Initiatives Committee (NIC)

First EPICS in IEEE Project

Monitoring Air Quality Near Marcellus Shale Drilling Sites: Drexel University

READ MORE: https://epics.ieee.org/project-updates/monitoring-air-quality-near-marcellus-shale-drilling-sites/

EPICS in IEEE Fund was created through the IEEE Foundation

Working with students to solve community challenges through service learning and engineering

LEARN MORE: https://www.ieeefoundation.org/impact/illuminate/epics-in-ieee/

Buddy the Dog Project

Motorized prosthesis created by Iota Delta chapter of IEEE Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN) and volunteers at the Stevens Institute of Technology, in Hoboken, N.J

LEARN MORE: https://spectrum.ieee.org/students-win-10000-grant-to-build-3dprinted-prosthetics-for-dogs

 

UEF Environmental Competition

EPICS in IEEE in Partnership with The United Engineering Foundation Environmental Competition

Access and Abilities Competition

EPICS in IEEE Access and Abilities Competition

LEARN MORE: https://epics.ieee.org/get-involved/access-and-abilities-competition/

15 Years of Impact

Founded at IEEE in 2009, the EPICS in IEEE program is celebrating 15 years of making an impact in communities and students around the world. EPICS in IEEE invites you to participate in our celebration of 15 years through the following activities.

  • Launch at the Rising Stars Event- January 2024
  • 3-Virtual Event Series on the Past, Present, and Future of EPICS in IEEE throughout the year
  • Stories on past and current student teams and the impact of their projects in their communities
  • Raising funds to support 15 future EPICS in IEEE projects

We hope that you help us celebrate this milestone and help the EPICS In IEEE program thrive for the next 15 years! 

Learn more about the history of EPICS in IEEE

Join Our Virtual Event

EPICS in IEEE has played a key role in expanding the global reach of projects in which engineering students bring their learning and skills to bear in addressing challenges faced by their local communities.

By tackling community needs in the areas of access and abilities, education and outreach, human services, and the environment, students participating in EPICS in IEEE are gaining firsthand experience in marrying engineering and community. Project by project, they are contributing to IEEE’s goal of advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.

LEAH JAMIESON

2007 IEEE PRESIDENT AND COFOUNDER OF EPICS AT PURDUE, PURDUE University

Celebrating 15 Years

Driving the Mission

Driving the Mission

In commemoration of EPICS in IEEE’s 15th Anniversary Celebration, Panama-based professor of engineering Victoria Serrano, Ph.D. shares her unique...

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