IEEE Sections Congress 2014 (SC2014) sponsors receive significant recognition before, during, and after SC2014, making a lasting impression on attendees.
Individuals and organizations may contribute online directly to the IEEE Sections Congress Fund.
Sponsorships for IEEE Sections Congress are managed by the IEEE Foundation.
As the philanthropic arm of IEEE, the IEEE Foundation is a leader in transforming lives through the power of technology and education. The IEEE Foundation enables IEEE programs that enhance technology access, literacy, and education; support the IEEE professional community; and inspire the generosity of donors.
The IEEE Foundation is an organization qualified under US Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3). Charitable contributions to the IEEE Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law in the United States. For other countries, please check with your local tax advisors.
Amounts are in € Euros.
You also have the opportunity to designate where you would like to allocate your sponsorship, such as the examples in this table. Or you can designate your sponsorship to be used wherever the need is greatest.
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The IEEE Honors Ceremony Gala, a prestigious event during Sections Congress, is a recognition and celebration of global technical and professional leaders who have made, and continue to make, outstanding breakthroughs and major advances in IEEE’s technical fields. You may recognize some of IEEE’s most illustrious past honorees, including Irwin Mark Jacobs, Co-Founder of Qualcomm; John L. Hennessy, President of Stanford University; Ray Dolby, Founder, Dolby Labs; Amar Bose, Founder of Bose Corp.; Morris Chang, Founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company; Gordon Moore, Co-Founder of Intel; Tim Berners-Lee, Founder of the World Wide Web.
Sponsors of IEEE Sections Congress may choose to designate their contribution to the IEEE Honors Ceremony.
The IEEE Honors Ceremony recognizes achievement in several key technical and professional areas, including but not limited to: biomedical engineering technology, communications, computer-related technology, control and information devices, education, environmental and safety technology, healthcare technology, materials, microelectronics, photonics, power engineering, robotics, signal processing, sustainability, and transportation technology.
Your support of the IEEE Honors Ceremony Gala will further recognize these leaders and visionaries and inspire the next generation of technologists to create intelligent solutions for tomorrow. Sponsorship of the IEEE Honors Ceremony Gala will deepen your sense of pride and appreciation for the advancements available today and for the honorees whose work has benefited all.
22-24 August 2014