We present the first estimate of the evolution of type 1 AGNs in the IR (15 μm) obtained from the ELAIS survey in the S1 region. We find that the luminosity function (LF) of Type 1 AGNs at 15μm is fairly well represented by a double power-law function with a bright slope of 2.9 and a faint slope of 1.1. There is evidence for significant cosmological evolution according to a pure luminosity evolution model L15(z)α(l+z)k, with in a (Ωm,ΩΛ)=(1.0,0.0) cosmology. This evolution is similar to what is observed at other wavebands. From the luminosity function and its evolution, we estimate a contribution of ~ 2% from Type 1 AGN to the total Cosmic Infrared Background (CIRB) at 15 μm.