Welcome to the Daytona Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

We cover the Northeast Central Region of Florida,.  This includes the counties of Volusia and Flagler, and stretches North from Marineland to the East at DeBary and as far South as Oak Hill.

From the Daytona Section Chair

This fall we have scheduled several meetings in a variety of formats: interactive presentation, town hall, and an expert panel. In the future we will be conducting more of these and will be looking for more of you to get involved. WIE is growing and student participation is increasing. All that is missing is you. Find out how you can get involved in section events and Women in Engineering. During the next 90 days we will also be holding voting for the Daytona Section’s Executive Committee. Feel free to add your name to the list. Visit the section website for a list of positions. We WILL help you get started and involved!

IEEE Daytona Women in Engineering

Networking + Job Search Panel: October 7th, 2022 at 3:45pm – 5pm at ERAU (Lehman Building 269)

–Networking game
–Job Search Guidance Panel
–Details: This event is meant to help prepare students in their job / internship search so that they will be better able to talk with recruiters and receive advice for navigating their careers.

RSVP: not required but appreciated – please email Dr. Laxima Kandel at NIUREKAL@erau.edu

2022 Tomoka Science and Engineering Fair Winners

The Daytona Section gives a Special Award in both divisions to the project which incorporates the best application of computer science or engineering principles. Winners will be invited to attend our April Section meeting as our guests.

Senior Award:  Olivia Bisesi, Spruce Creek High School for her project titled “How Efficient is an Autonomous Robot at Differentiating Objects Within Various Environments?”

Junior Division Award:  Troy Gingrich, The Burns Science and Technology Charter School, for his project “What is the Strongest Shape in Bridge Design?”


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The Daytona Section Discord Server is now online, thanks to the effort by Rebecca DeMarco.  Follow the invite by Rebecca (active through 4/13/2022):  https://discord.gg/jjgTG8UF
To install Discord Server on your PC or smartphone, visit https://discord.gg or go to PlayStore/AppleStore.

On 1/12/2022, the Daytona Section EXCOM approved a motion to provide $1500 grant to the Engineering Department at Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU). The grant will be used by the B-CU Robotics Club (Club President is Manit Bhusal), under the direction of Dr. Xiaohe Wu, Associate Professor, Computer Science & Engineering. The B-CU Robotics Club took the 10th place at the annual IEE Robotics Competition in 2019.

Congratulations to Dr. Shawn Wilkerson, our Section Chair, for receiving his Ph.D. from Nova Southeastern University, College of Computing and Engineering, Fort Lauderdale, FL.  Dr. Wilkerson has a Ph.D. in Information Systems with Concentration in Information Security.