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Iran Section was founded in 1970, more than 40 years ago by the later Dr Abbas Tchamran. Iran Section was the 13th Section to establish in region 8, and with membership of about 2500, it is in the top 10 sections of Region 8 in terms of membership size. Iran Section oversees operation of about 30 student branches, hosts of annual national conferences, events, meetings and workshops.
IEEE student branch at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, after a long period in 1386 had been re established by a group of 1384 incoming students who recognize the need for innovation in the field of extra-curricular activities and organizations of the Group of electricity. IEEE student branch was a kind of society that in addition to having a scientific nature, it worked in a large network in connection with the activities of Iran and the international organization IEEE. IEEE student branch of Ferdowsi University of Mashhad has come a long way since 1386 and has gone through frequent ups and downs, the branch has now succeeded to become a live and active organization which has earned its own identity.