The IEEE Lower Cape Fear Subsection, which comprises Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender, and Robeson counties of the IEEE Eastern North Carolina Section, serves the IEEE membership in southeast North Carolina. This site is intended to facilitate communication within and outside of our membership. The main content of the site includes announcements of upcoming events, section newsletters, resources for volunteers, and much more!


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  • IEEE ENCS ExCom Meeting (via WebEx only)
    IEEE ENCS Executive Committee All section officers, and the chairs of the chapters, affinities, committees and subsection are expected to attend. Other interested members are welcome. Advance registration is required. Meeting Schedule 6:15 PM   Gathering & Networking - Webex 6:30 PM   Agenda for ExCom  7:30 PM   Adjourn
  • IEEE ENCS WiE Virtual Roundtable
    Join us for this digital networking session / webex checkin. In light of the pandemic and us all being stuck at home, let's help & encourage chapter members to get better acquainted with other members of WiE, including their work, interests, and maybe some assistance to help address their challenges - career and otherwise.   […]
  • ENC EMC Chapter meeting
    High-Speed Signal Integrity Challenges and Opportunities for Next Generation Technologies
  • IEEE YP/WiE 2020 Kickoff Social
    Join the IEEE Young Professionals (YP) and Women in Engineering (WiE) groups for our first happy hour of 2020. We will be gathering at "Bottles and Cans" in RTP for some post-work drinks and snacks. IEEE will cover the cost of pizza. Don't be shy - drop by after work, and meet other locals in […]
  • IEEE ENCS Admin Committee Meeting
    IEEE ENCS Administrative Committee will meet to review status and plan for section activities. (All section officers, committee members, and other key leaders are requested to attend. Other interested members are welcome. Registration requested. Meeting Schedule 6:00 PM   General Networking 6:15 PM   Working Dinner 6:30 PM   Agenda 8:30 PM   Adjourn
  • ENCS- PES scholarship award ceremony
    Presentation of PES scholarship awards at NCSU
  • IEEE ENCS Engineers Week Banquet
    Attendees will celebrate National Engineers Week with banquet dinner and program on the Connected Autonomous Shuttles Supporting Innovation (CASSI) project being implemented on the North Carolina State University Centennial Campus.
  • Engineering Day at The Forge Initiative for Families
    "Engineering Day -- February 22, 2020 from 10am to 4pm.  There will be many hands-on engineering stations including - driving an FRC robot, disassembly of commercial electronics, meeting Ken the humanoid robot, 3D printing, laser cutting key chains, and interacting with a disassembled tractor engine to learn about its workings. The focus of the event is on […]
  • IEEE ENCS SP Conference Tutorial: Modern Automotive Architecture and Technologies
    Abstract: Automotive industry has entered the fast lane of innovations with many disruptive technologies that shape the future of vehicles. Electrification pushes the evolution of powertrain from traditional internal combustion engines to hybrid and electric engines for improved energy efficiency and carbon emission reduction. Autonomous driving demands the rapid advances of sensor technology, machine learning […]
  • SP Chapter: Special Round-table Webex Meeting
    I would like to invite every member of our local Signal Processing chapter to attend this virtual roundtable meeting so that we can share our concern and support, and stay connected as a community during this challenging time. I would also like to discuss any interesting technical topics and activities that we can effectively conduct […]


 This year’s IEEE 2021 International Symposium on Technology and Society will be in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada on 28 through 31 October. The theme is “Technological Stewardship & Responsible Innovation,” and we invite submissions that address the following sub-themes: Health Systems  Privacy & Security  Technology Policy & Governance Sustainable Cities & Communities Artificial Intelligence & Automation  Ethical and Human Values in Emerging Technology In addition, ETHICS-2021 (the IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science, and Technology, originally launched in 2014) will be convened as a theme track of ISTAS21, focused on “Engineering and Corporate Social Responsibility.” Full conference details and submission guidelines are available on the conference https://attend.ieee.org/istas-2021/;