Welcome to the IEEE Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Section
The IEEE is the world’s largest technical society and is more than 125 years old. The IEEE Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Section is located in Canberra, Australia and serves IEEE members in ACT as well as the surrounding areas in NSW.
25 February 2020
Call for Nominations: IEEE MGA Student Awards 2020: Deadline – 31st March 2020
Student Awards are created to reward and recognize the outstanding efforts of our Student Members, Student Branches, Student Branch Counselors & Student Chapter Advisers. IEEE Student branches provide opportunities for student members to collaborate, network and learn from fellow students, faculty members and professionals in the field.
Student branches offer numerous educational, technical, and professional advantages to IEEE Student members through special projects, activities, meetings, Industrial tours, field trips etc.. However, these activities and advantages aren’t done without the effort and diligence of our volunteers. IEEE has created several Student Branch Awards to recognize and reward the efforts of these tireless individuals and teams.
- Larry K. Wilson Regional Student Activities Award
- IEEE Regional Exemplary Student Branch Award
- The Darrel Chong Student Activity Award
- IEEE Outstanding Branch Counselor and Branch Chapter Advisor Award
- IEEE Student Website Contest (Global & Regional)
More information on the Student Awards is available at the IEEE Students Website. To nominate your Student Branch, Student Activity, Student Volunteer or Branch Counselor / Chapter Adviser for Student Awards please visit Student Awards Portal.
Please note: The nomination deadline for Student Awards is 31st March 2020.
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6 January 2020
As you all know bushfires are ravaging the country since several months causing severe damages to our community and to our wildlife.
IEEE is part of the community in which we live and this eNotice is a friendly call to stimulate donations that you can make directly to one of the relevant organisations helping victims of those bushfires.
You can make your donation to:
Or any other relevant organisation helping victims
If you already made a donation thank you for your kindness,
On behalf of the IEEE ACT Section,
ACT Section Chair
IEEE ACT Section Membership Drive