IEEE Ecuador Section History

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The Ecuador Section was created in 1974 by a group of professionals led by Eng. Leonel Plaza, who was at that time President of the College of Electrical Engineering and Electromcos of Pichtncha in Quito.

Since its creation, the Ecuador Section has been working professionally in various activities within the city of Quito.

Student Branches

The first student section was started in 1978 at the Escuela Politecnica Nacional.

Since the establishment of branches in Ecuador Student Section, namely University of Cuenca and the Polytechnic College Literal, since 2001 begins to activate the activities in Section Ecuador, until now there are 13 student branches.

Now that same group of young volunteers who forged the creation of the student branches, are professionals and now command Section Ecuador.

We currently have the following Student Branches:

Section Student Branches - Ramas Estudiantiles de Seccion
Name of the Student Branch
(Nombre de la Rama Estudiantil)

Website (Página web)
Student Contact
(Estudiante de contacto)

Escuela Politécnica Nacional
Fabián Durango
Escuela Politécnica del Ejército
Tatiana Carvajal
Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo
Rómulo Byron Ilvay Taday
Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral
Henry Sares
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador

Universidad de Cuenca
Susana Mendoza
Universidad Católica
de Cuenca

Universidad Católica
de Santiago de Guayaquil
Daniela Díaz Puertas
Universidad Nacional de Loja

Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
- Cuenca
Rodrigo Escandón C
Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
- Guayaquil
Jaime Espinoza
Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
- Quito
Jairo Mauricio Alarcón Villegas
Universidad Técnica de Ambato

Universidad Técnica del Norte
Santiago Burbano
Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja
Andrea Castro

Source: Eng. Joe Llerena, MSig. - SAC Section Ecuador 2011. 

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