University of Technology, Jamaica

IEEE Student Branch

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Are you that awesome IEEE member with amazing coding skills? Join our XTreme Team and challenge the world!

See that orange button below? That's the gateway to a community of over 400,000 electrical and electronic engineers from all over the world. And guess what? A quarter of that number is comprised of university students! Whatever your profession, whatever your interest, IEEE has a way to help to foster and inspire technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. So, are you gonna click it? Click it. Click it! CLICK!!

IEEE Club Meetings

The IEEE Club meets on Thursdays from 3-4 pm, during the University's Clubs & Societies' time. We meet in room 1B3 - Engineering Building, first floor.


Team members can sometimes be found in our "IEEE lab" - 1A64, across from the Telecommunications Lab also on the Engineering building.

Other IEEE Entities

We have the privilege of being the first IEEE student branch to be registered in Jamaica. With a current active membership of 25, IEEE UTech is poised to continue its trend of excellence and innovation, as we develop young minds to create a better Jamaica.

The Faculty of Engineering and Computing of the University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech), is the second largest faculty within the University. It comprises the School of Engineering, the School of Computing and Information Technology, and the Computing and Engineering Entrepreneurial Centre. The Faculty admits students from diverse academic backgrounds to pursue a wide variety of programmes at various levels and offers, inter alia, courses in the following areas: Electrical Engineering - (Power, Telecommunications, Instrumentation and Control, Electronics and Communications), Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Information Technology - (Multimedia, Networking, Enterprise Computing, Information Science).

University of Technology, 237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 7, Jamaica--

If you have questions, or are interested in joining any of the teams, you are encouraged to jump over to the Forums page, where you can join in on the discussions! You have to be a member of the site to participate in the Team discussions.

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At the recently concluded SoutheastCon 2015, the IEEE Region 3 Student Branch Website award went to the UTech student branch!


Congratulations go to Charles Deans, who is both chair and webmaster. The website will go forward to represent the Region at the Global Website competition.