The IEICE consists of 5 societies and 1 group. Areas for researches and activities in each societies/group are as follows.
Engineering Sciences Society
Basics and boundary areas of electronic information and communication
Communication systems, technology from basics to applications related to communication networks, and their related areas
Electronic materials, components, and devices which constitutes electronic information-communication systems, and fields from basics to applications, which are related to sub systems
Information and Systems Society
Computer and information processing areas, and their related areas
Research activities on nonlinear theory and its applications
Human Communication Group
Interdisciplinary research on new human-centered communication engineering in telecommunications
International Sections is as follows.
The Journal of IEICE／IEICE-CS GLOBAL NEWSLETTER
The Journal of IEICE
There are 23,000 copies issued every month. A special issue in the various field of electronic information communications is issued every month.
IEICE-CS GLOBAL NEWSLETTER
IEICE-CS GLOBAL NEWSLETTER（GNL）is aiming to share information between overseas / foreign members and other members of the IEICE Communication Society as a global activity.
The IEICE Transactions
- Performance and Security Evaluation of Table-Based Access Control Applied to IoT Data Distribution Method
- Masaki YOSHII, Ryohei BANNO, Osamu MIZUNO
A "New IoT data distribution model and access control mechanism" is proposed for IoT service networks.
- High-definition object detection technology based on AI inference scheme and its implementation
- Hiroyuki Uzawa, Shuhei Yoshida, Yuukou Iinuma, Saki Hatta, Daisuke Kobayashi, Yuya Omori, Ken Nakamura, Shuichi Takada, Hassan Toorabally, Kimikazu Sano
AI inference technology that enables detecting a wide range of objects with one camera at once.
＜2021 ELEX Best Paper Award Winner＞
- Nonlinear dynamics of ship capsizing at sea
- Atsuo Maki, Yuu Miino, Naoya Umeda, Masahiro Sakai, Tetsushi Ueta, Hiroshi Kawakami
Nonlinear dynamics theory empowered by bifurcation analyses revealed the complex vessel behavior of capsizing. This will greatly contribute to ship safety.