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OVE

Austria

OVE - Austrian Electrotechnical Association

OVE

OVE - Austrian Electrotechnical Association

Who are we?

OVE Austrian Electrotechnical Association unites enterprises and institutions as well as experts and interested parties from the entire field of electrical engineering. The Association promotes the reputation of the entire line of business, the development of the profession as well as the progress of technology and science and deals with current challenges of electrical engineering and information technology. OVE was founded in 1883 and is based in Vienna.
The association is organised by different societies which give a platform to all branches of electrical engineering and stimulate the dialogue between science, economy and the interested public.
OEK, the Austrian Electrotechnical Committee, is part of OVE, and represents Austrian economy and guarantees the compliance with national as well as international standards and guidelines in an objective and independent manner.

Our goals and objectives

  • Support the development of electrical engineering,
  • Deal with the safety of electrotechnical applications,
  • Establish and enhance contact between universities and economy,
  • Offer an information platform for professionals and individuals interested in technology.

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Austrian Electrotechnical Association (OVE)
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Bulgaria

CEEC - Union of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications

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CEEC - Union of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications

Who are we?

The Union of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications (CEEC) is a national scientific-technical association in Bulgaria which as part of the civil society is a non-governmental, non-political, and non-profit organisation. It was founded in 1936 (under a different name) and exists under its current name since 1982.
CEEC has approximately 1300 individual members throughout the country and about 40 corporate members – mainly companies in the field of electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications.

Our goals and objectives

  • Facilitate the creative and professional development and progress of our members,
  • Expand our international contacts and maintain a strong international network,
  • Contribute to the enhancement of the scientific and professional qualification of CEEC members,
  • Organise variety of scientific and technical events of international and regional scale.

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Union of Electronics, Electrical Engineers and Telecommunications (CEEC)
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VDE e.V.

Germany

VDE - Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies

VDE e.V.

VDE - Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies

Who are we?

With more than 36,000 members (including 1,300 companies, 8,000 students and 6,000 young professionals) the VDE Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies is one of the largest technical and scientific associations in Europe. VDE embraces science, standardization work as well as product testing and certification under one roof. It is involved in technical knowledge transfer, research and promoting young talents in the key technologies of electrical engineering, electronics and information technoloy and their applications. The Association is represented throughout Germany by a network of 29 regional societies. VDE was founded in 1893 and is based in Frankfurt/Main.

Our goals and objectives

  • Contribute to the development of electrotechnology, electronics, information technology and technologies that are based on these,
  • Support the use of electrotechnology and electronics in mechanical engineering, in manufacturing and process automation, transport and medical technology,
  • Promote the national and international transfer of technical knowledge,
  • Be a partner for further education and career development through a broad programme of conferences, technical symposia and seminars,
  • Promote scientific knowledge and training.

Contact

VDE Association for Eletrical, Electronic & Information Technologies
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Israel

SEEEI - Society of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel

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SEEEI - Society of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel

Who are we?

SEEEI - The Society of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel 2002 (R.A.) is one of the prominent professional societies in Israel and constitutes the professional and administrative organisation that represents the community of engineers and graduates involved with electrical and electronics engineering, process control, energy and telecommunications.
SEEEI was founded in 2002 and has over 2500 members. It is a voluntary, professional, autonomous, non-profit, non-governmental, non-political organisation.
The society cooperates with international professional organisations and conducts a great number of activities associated with the profession, its tradition and its values.

Our goals and objectives

  • Preserve and enhance the level and competence of the profession,
  • Represent the profession before the legislative, government and municipal authorities,
  • Help develop the national economy and infrastructure,
  • Promote the profession of electrical and electronics engineers,
  • Elevate the image of the profession in the eyes of the public.

Contact

Society of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel 2002 (SEEEI)
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Poland

SEP - Association of Polish Electrical Engineers

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SEP - Association of Polish Electrical Engineers

Who are we?

The Association of Polish Electrical Engineers (SEP) was founded in 1919. It has long tradition and over 23,000 members. It is a voluntary organisation of scientific-technical character, for electrical engineers and technicians representing all specialties and people whose professional activity is connected to electrical engineering. It is organised within 50 regional branches in large Polish cities. The association’s headquarters is located in Warsaw.
SEP consists of over ten Scientific and Technical Committees gathering scientists and professionals from each electrical field.

Our goals and objectives

  • Cooperate with international engineers’ organisations to connect and network, aiming to inspire Polish scientific activities according to global developments in the scientific electricity domain,
  • Organise international, local and regional conferences, symposia and meetings,
  • Be part in the establishment of standards and technical regulations,
  • Grant recommendation along with the right to use the sign of SEP recommendation to companies making products or delivering services at an appropriate quality level,
  • Carry out quality tests,
  • Support the content of educational programs in the field of electrical engineering, fund scientific scholarships and connect students and young professionals to professional life,
  • Take care of upgrading the qualifications, technical culture and professional ethics in the electrical domain.

Contact

Association of Polish Electrical Engineers (SEP)
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Portugal

OE - Ordem Dos Engenheiros

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OE - Ordem Dos Engenheiros

Who are we?

Ordem dos Engenheiros (OE) was created in 1936. Its headquarter is in Portugal‘s capital Lisbon. OE is divided into 12 specialized engineering colleges (among others e.g. Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanics). OE is the only institution in Portugal that can attribute the professional title of Engineer.
To exercise the engineering profession in Portugal, it is necessary to be a member of Ordem dos Engenheiros.

Our goals and objectives

  • Contribute to the advancement of Portuguese Engineering,
  • Stimulate the efforts of its members in scientific, professional and social fields,
  • Ensure the compliance with rules of ethics and professional code,
  • Regulate the profession (including Professional Qualification System).

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Ordem Dos Engenheiros
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Romania

SIER - Society of Power Engineers in Romania

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SIER - Society of Power Engineers in Romania

Who are we?

SIER, Society of Power Engineers in Romania, was founded in 1990. It is a professional, autonomous, non-governmental, non-political and non-profit association with headquarters in Bucharest.
SIER is recognized as partner both by the main companies which assure the generation, transmission and distribution of the electricity in Romania and by ANRE (Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority).
SIER has established and maintains permanent links with similar associations and bodies on national and international level.

Our goals and objectives

  • Support the development of technical and scientific research,
  • Provide studies and analyses, technical assistance, training courses, expertise, norms and standards elaboration,
  • Enhance an international network and facilitate exchange of information in the power domain,
  • Organise conferences, symposia, seminars, exhibitions, round tables.

Contact

SIER Society of Power Engineers in Romania
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EZS

Slovenia

EZS - Electrotechnical Association of Slovenia

EZS

EZS - Electrotechnical Association of Slovenia

Who are we?

Elektrotehniška zveza Slovenije – EZS (The Electrotechnical Association of Slovenia) is a non-political and non-profit association. It consists of 18 regional and specialized professional societies. It operates independently and deals with the current professional and organisational issues in the area of electrical engineering. EZS was founded in 1952 and is based in Ljubljana.
For several decades, EZS has been playing an important role in bringing together and educating electrical engineers, promoting and directing research and development, working closely with companies, and promoting this branch of the profession.

Our goals and objectives

  • Support the development of electrical engineering and establish contacts between universities and industry,
  • Innovation and knowledge support in Power Engineering, Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics, Automation Control, Measurement and Technology areas,
  • Standardization, translation of electrotechnical standards, technical regulations and code of praxis (collaboration with SIST - Slovenian Institute for Standardization),
  • Professional events and networking (workshops, conferences),
  • Professional and practical training, promotion of technical knowledge,
  • Inspection and certification scheme of electrical installations, electrotechnical safety activities (collaboration with the Section of electrical engineers in the Slovenian Chamber of Engineers).

Contact

Electrotechnical Association of Slovenia
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Sweden

SER - Swedish Society of Electrical and Computer Engineers

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SER - Swedish Society of Electrical and Computer Engineers

Who are we?

SER is the Swedish Society of Electrical and Computer Engineers. It is based in Stockholm. The society has over 2000 individual members, and is financed entirely by their membership dues. It is independent from any political and labour organisations.

Our goals and objectives

  • Promote contacts and collaboration between engineers,
  • Influence the development of technology in society and promote professional skills development,
  • Organise lectures, seminars, educational or company visits covering a variety of topics.

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Swedish Society of Electrical and Computer Engineers (SER)
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Electrosuisse

Switzerland

Electrosuisse - Swiss Electrotechnical Association

Electrosuisse

Electrosuisse - Swiss Electrotechnical Association

Who are we?

Founded in 1889, Electrosuisse, the Association for Electrical Engineering, Power and Information Technologies today offers its more than 6900 members a network for sustainable business and career success. The headquarters are based in Fehraltorf, near Zurich.
The two technical associations ETG (Association for Energy Technology) and ITG (Association for Information Technology) enable a lively exchange of information between specialists, branch companies and universities at home and abroad.
CES is the Swiss electrical engineering standards organisation which has more than 80 technical committees. It organises and ensures the entire electrical engineering standardisation in Switzerland. Furthermore, it represents the Swiss Industry on international committees.

Our goals and objectives

  • Promote safe, reliable, economical and environmentally friendly generation and use of electricity,
  • Represent Swiss economy in the field of electrical engineering in the international standardisation and certification bodies,
  • Offer consulting, inspections and special measurements in the area of electrical high-voltage and low-voltage systems,
  • Provide further training for skilled electricians.

Contact

Electrosuisse - Swiss Electrotechnical Association