Find a Local SSIT Group

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 map structure.

SSIT is currently represented internationally by 23 Chapters/Joint Chapters spanning 14 countries as listed below. “Chapters” are local groups with an interest in a specific IEEE Society, such as the Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT). A chapter can be “stand alone” (formed with 12 or more interested members) or can be a “joint chapter” with another or several other IEEE SocietiesEnter all page copy here (add images in the field below)

To contact a Chapter, either send an email to the Chapter Chair by clicking on that person’s name, or visit the Chapter’s website/webpage by clicking on the Chapter name (note: currently only a few Chapters have their own website or webpage).

The information on this page is current as at March 25, 2019.

Region 1 – Northeastern USA

Region 2 – Eastern USA

Region 3 – Southern USA – No existing Chapters or Joint Chapters, but expressions of interest welcome.

Region 4 – Central USA – No existing Chapters or Joint Chapters, but expressions of interest welcome.

Region 5 – Southwestern USA – No existing Chapters or Joint Chapters, but expressions of interest welcome.

Region 6 – Western USA – No existing Chapters or Joint Chapters, but expressions of interest welcome.

Region 7 – Canada

Region 8 – Europe, Middle East & Africa

Region 9 – Latin America

Region 10 – Asia & Pacific

SSIT Student Branch Chapters
Universidad El Bosque, Columbia– Brayan David Nino Colmenares 
Mugla Sitki Kocman University– Berky Altinsoy 
Netaji Subhash Engineering College– Sana Seraj 
Panimalar Engineering College– Venkat B.N
Universidade De Brasilia– vacant
Vellore Institute of Technology– Adityan Elangovan