North Carolina Council Organization and Scope

The object of The North Carolina Council (also known as Region 3 Area 2) is to further the aims and ideals of the Institute, to coordinate the activities of the constituent Sections and to perform only those delegated tasks that can be best done together by the Sections rather than singly by each Section.

The purpose of the Council shall be to perform those organizational functions as desired by the constituent sections, as allowed in the IEEE Bylaws. The sections operate and financially support the Council, and may determine to dissolve the Council by a majority vote of the Council Sections, subject to approval by the Regional Director and the MGA Board.

The territory served by this Council shall be the State of North Carolina.

All IEEE Sections within the State of North Carolina comprise The North Carolina Council. The current sections comprising the North Carolina Council are:
1) Central North Carolina Section, 2) Charlotte Section, 3) Eastern North Carolina Section, 4) Western North Carolina Section, and 5) Winston-Salem Section.

2018 IEEE RoboResearch Workshop

2018 IEEE RoboResearch Workshop Sponsored by IEEE North Carolina Council is tentatively schedule for October 2018.  Check the website (above) for further developments.


The 2019 IEEE Region 3 SoutheastCon is sponsored by the IEEE Huntsville Section  in conjunction with IEEE Region 3, scheduled for April 11, 2019 through April 14, 2019.

SoutheastCon is a premier IEEE Conference featuring nearly 500 students from nearly 50 Universities, competing in Hardware (Robotic), Software, Paper presentations, Website design and Tee shirt design competitions.  In addition, the Conference features State of the Art Papers from all over the world and a whole day of Tutorials on pertinent state-of-the-art topics of the day along with Region 3 business and membership topics of current interest.

SoutheastCon 2019 will be held at the  Von Braun Center, 700 Monroe Street  Huntsville, AL 35801 USA

Plan early to attend.