IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for select IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest are deemed fitting of this prestigious grade elevation. Review the sections on this page to learn about the history of the IEEE Fellow grade, the elevation process, and how the program evolved through the years to become the program it is today.

  • The Fellow Portal - Electronic Fellow Nomination System is now closed for the IEEE Fellow Class of 2025. 
  • The Society/Council Fellow Evaluating Committee (S/C-FEC) evaluation period is scheduled to begin on or about 15 February 2024.

Please note:

If there is a discrepancy about the Fellow nomination deadline found through an online search, or on a Society or Council website, the most accurate deadline information is located on the Fellows website and in the Fellow Committee Operations Manual. 

IEEE Fellow Directory


Note: If a member is “active,” a Fellow or Life Fellow, and they want their name to appear in the Fellow Directory, they must have “opted in” when they renewed. If unsure, the member can update his/her profile by going to, scrolling down to “Additional Resources,” and clicking on “update your member profile."

Committee information

Apply for the Fellow Committee. See guidelines for nominating yourself or an applicant to be on the IEEE Fellow Committee.

See Fellow Committee members: 2023 Fellow Committee members (PDF, 260 KB)

Past members include:



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IEEE Fellow (2009) Chai K Toh has been elected to International Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering UK. Learn more.