The IEEE Reliability Society is a society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) with a focus on Reliability Engineering.


The IEEE Reliability Society has its origins in the Professional Group on Quality Control of the IRE, formed in September 19 of 1949. The group changed its name several times to the IRE Professional Group on Reliability and Quality Control (1954), the IEEE Professional Technical Group on Reliability (1963), the IEEE Reliability Group (1964), the IEEE Professional Group on Reliability (1969), IEEE Reliability Society (1979).[1]


  • Baltimore
  • Binghamton (Joint with AES and TM)
  • Central New England Council (Boston)
  • Chicago
  • Cleveland (Joint with IM, AES, IE, and EMB)
  • Croatia
  • Dallas
  • Denver/Pikes Peak (Joint Chapter)
  • France
  • Italy
  • Japan Council
  • Mohawk Valley (Joint with EMC)
  • Ottawa
  • Philadelphia
  • San Diego
  • Santa Clara Valley
  • Singapore (Joint with CPMT & ED)
  • South Plains
  • Switzerland
  • Taipei/Tinan (Taiwan) (Joint Chapter)
  • Toronto (Joint with TM, E, PC, and SIT)
  • Twin Cities
  • UK & RI (Joint Chapter with CPMT)



Reliability Society Newsletter


In conjunction with the IEEE Computer Society, the IEEE Reliability Society puts out IEEE Security and Privacy.


  1. ^ IEEE Global History Network (2011). "IEEE Reliability Society History". IEEE History Center. Retrieved 7 July 2011.