The IEEE has standard models for technical and financial conferences. Outside of this process, company-related agreements can be entered into. Changes to standard CEECs must be approved by IEEE Legal and Compliance. After submitting the application to the IEEE conference, the IEEE asks for confirmation of your conference sponsorship. If you have more than one sponsor for your conference, IEEE will send a link to each sponsor to verify, approve or request more information for your agreement. The agreement is specific to your conference and is generated based on the sponsor information you entered in the IEEE conference app. MOUs for financial co-sponsorships include basic sponsorship information, technical program liability information and financial responsibility information, such as.B.: If you have any questions regarding the approval of the sponsorship-MOU, please contact the MCE team. A Memorandum of Understanding is required when two or more institutions give joint support to a conference. For these entities, it may be all IEEE or IEEE and non-IEEE non-IEEE non-IEEE units. For more information on the agreement, see IEEE Directive 10.1.5. IEEE sends the agreement to the sponsor who has been registered in the application for the IEEE conference.
As a signatory, the person who has the right to enter into contracts for your conference, you can: IEEE creates the agreement with the information you have entered into your IEEE conference application. All MOUs contain basic information about sponsors, including: We recommend the following courses at the IEEE Centre for Leadership Excellence (CLE). First, log in to the CLE with your IEEE account, then click on the Show Course link to go straight to the recommended course. All CEECs contain information on the responsibilities of the technical programme, including:.