IETI Society


The IETI Society is an important component of International Engineering and Technology Institute (IETI), including various important nodes worldwide. Currently, we have the following branches:

IETI Australian Society (since 2022)
IETI Industry-University-Research Society (since 2024)
IETI Malaysian Society (since 2023)
IETI Romanian Society (since 2024)
IETI Singapore Society (since 2024)
IETI Uzbek Society (since 2024)

and IETI's service department(s):

IETI Global News and Cooperation Hub (since 2016)


About IETI:

Founded in 2015, the International Engineering and Technology Institute (IETI) is a non-profit, non-religious, and non-political international academic organization that stands as a paragon of excellence and innovation in the global academic community. Our commitment is to advance the frontiers of engineering and technology through interdisciplinary collaboration and research distinction. Our distinguished membership includes laureates of prestigious awards such as the Nobel Prize, Turing Award, Fields Medal, Wolf Prize, John Bates Clark Medal, MacArthur Fellowship, Oscar Award, and King Faisal International Prize. These members bring extraordinary achievements and leadership that significantly impact the academic and scientific world. The core strength of IETI is derived from its members who represent some of the world's most prestigious institutions, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University of California - Berkeley, Princeton University, Stanford University, Columbia University, Yale University, Imperial College London, University of Chicago, and many others. Their expertise and experience in various fields fuel the growth and development of IETI.

IETI President(s):

Prof. Dr. M. James C. Crabbe, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, UK
President of International Engineering and Technology Institute (IETI)


Prof. Dr. Ramesh K. Agarwal, McKelvey School of Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis, US
President of International Engineering and Technology Institute (IETI)


Prof. Dr. Michael E. Auer, Fmr. Vice-Rector at Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria
President of International Engineering and Technology Institute (IETI)


Prof. Dr. Federico Rosei, INRS–EMT, Canada
Vice President of International Engineering and Technology Institute (IETI)