Instituto de la IngenierÃa de EspaÃ±a
The Institute of Engineering of Spain, at first called the Institute of Civil Engineers of Spain, was built up on January 15, 1905 by the initial five relationships of specialists: Agronomists, Roads Channels and Ports, Mines, Forestry and Industrial Engineers.
In this way, alternate branches of designing that constituted it were consolidated into the Institute: Navales (1943), Aeronautics (1951), Telecommunication (1952) and ICAI (1965). In 1979, this Federation is renamed the Institute of Engineering of Spain.
In 1918 the King D. Alfonso XIII acknowledged the privileged administration of the Institute of the Engineering of Spain. At present, the Honorary President is His Majesty D. Juan Carlos I, who acknowledged it in 1975.
In 2005, the Institute praised its first Centennial with essential festivals, among which the Congress of Engineering emerges.
At present there are more than 100,000 designers from the diverse branches of building that, spread all through the Spanish geology, are a piece of the Institute of Engineering of Spain.
The Engineering Institute of Spain speaks to Spanish specialists in the principle global bodies, especially the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), the National Federation of Engineering Associations (FEANI), and the Council of Associations of Engineers of Cycle the European Union (CLAIU), the Pan American Union of Engineering Associations (UPADI) and the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE).
The Institute of Engineering of Spain, made in 1905 under the privileged administration of the Spanish Head of State, is authoritatively proclaimed a Public Utility Entity. Since 1975, he has held the Honorary Presidency of the Institute His Majesty King Juan Carlos I.
About the institution
The Institute of Engineering of Spain is the Federation of Associations of Engineers, which bunches the accompanying branches of Spanish Engineering:
â¢ Association of Aeronautical Engineers of Spain
â¢ National Association of Agricultural Engineers
â¢ Association of Road, Channel and Port Engineers
â¢ Federation of Associations of Industrial Engineers of Spain
â¢ National Association of Engineers of ICAI
â¢ National Association of Mining Engineers
â¢ Association of Forestry Engineers
â¢ Association of Naval and Oceanic Engineers of Spain
â¢ Spanish Association of Telecommunication Engineers
â¢ Through these nine affiliations, the Institute of Engineering of Spain coordinates more than 100,000 architects from the distinctive strengths, who do their movement in the different Autonomous Communities of the State, both in the private and people in general.
The Palace House of the Institute of Engineering of Spain has a meeting room with limit with regards to 18/22 individuals and an assembly hall that can hold up to 200 visitors. This keep going stay depends on a presidential table of 9 seats with PC association and Internet get to, a great audiovisual framework, in view of open address framework, recording, video standard in roof and programmed mammoth screen, videoconference framework, video framework VHS, TV And hazy projector.
The antechamber and stairwell is the zone connected to the assembly room, appropriate for introductions, demos and espresso or mixed drink administrations. The Columns Hall is a VIP relaxes for rest and get-togethers.
The Aula de la IngenierÃa preparing focus has four modernized classrooms, free gathering, and consider room, meeting room, office and auxiliary administration. The classrooms have limit with respect to more than 100 understudies and every one of them are furnished with the most current advances, with voice and information system and fast Internet available from any point, and in addition Video Conference or Multi Video Conference. It was made by the IIE with the sponsorship of AMIC, Enresa and the Associations of Telecommunication Engineers (Aula Rogelio Segovia), Caminos (Aula Manuel DÃaz-Marta), Minas (Aula RamÃ³n Querol) and Navales (Aula Gregorio LÃ³pez-Bravo).