The IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology is a membership organization with activities and discussions that are open to the pubic. If you are a member, this page should help you find information most relevant to members. If you are not a member, we welcome you and encourage you to get as involved as your interests warrant. While IEEE is the world’s largest professional society for technologists, in SSIT we have many non-technologist professionals who are SSIT members, and many interested persons who participate and/or who join SSIT as affiliate members.
IEEE SSIT Donations Managed by the IEEE Foundation
Your charitable donations enable The IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) to sustain and expand its programs…. Read More
SSIT welcomes all persons interested in the Impact of Technology on Society.
We have local groups, called chapters. There is a list below, and also you can find these via IEEE’s regional… Read More
Welcome to the IEEE SSIT Distinguished Lecturer (DL) Program home page
The SSIT DL Program is open to any IEEE entity, but is primarily designed to provide IEEE Sections and SSIT… Read More
SSIT sponsors two major Awards and participates in the IEEE Fellows Program
Managed by the SSIT Awards Committee are three named awards: The IEEE SSIT Carl Barus Award for Outstanding Service in… Read More
Resources for volunteers to use at conferences, etc. to promote and present SSIT and the opportunity to consider the impact of technology on society
Membership Flyer (PDF version) jpg version:
SSIT leadership is comprised of elected and appointed officers of SSIT, representatives appointed by IEEE’s Directors, Liaisons appointed by IEEE… Read More
Includes SSIT Field of Interest statement, and updated SSIT Constitution and Bylaws.
IEEE SSIT Field of Interest To facilitate understanding of the complex interaction between technology, science and society, its impact on individuals… Read More
SSIT Archives on Techology and Society
The Committee for the Social Implications of Technology (CSIT) was formed in 1971, which became the IEEE Society on Social… Read More