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Welcome to the IEEE New Zealand Central Section

The NZ Central Section has been serving IEEE members since 2005 and showing significant growth in membership through the introduction of targeted new Chapters, Affinity Groups, Student Branches and specially supported events. A more detailed history of the Section since its inception until the present day is available from here. The boundaries of NZ covered by our Section may be found on the following map.
Recently, we started the new Computational Intelligence Chapter, more details about this and our other Technical Chapters can be found in circulated notices and the link provided opposite.

The Central Section Committee for 2018 can be found through the following link, please feel to contact us with any enquiries.

Section Chapters

There are currently three chapters directly associated with our Section:

  • Joint Chapter in Signal Processing and Information Theory
  • Power and Energy Society Chapter
  • Computational Intelligence Chapter

Nationally Affiliated Chapters

In addition to the above chapters that are directly affiliated with their respective IEEE Societies, our Section is actively involved in National (New Zealand) Chapters affiliated with other major IEEE Societies including:

  • IEEE Communications Society
  • IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society
  • IEEE Robotics and Automation

Affinity Groups

We have an active group supporting our recent graduates:

  • Young Professionals - formerly known as GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Group

We are in the process of forming a Women in Engineering (WIE) group, if you are interested please contact Bing Xue who is on our committee.

Student Branches

We have two Student Branches in our region and we encourage and support students to join these Branches from both Massey and Victoria universities. A highlight of the year is a joint presentation day featuring the research students at both universities describing their current research and networking with each other in a friendly and social atmosphere. Postgraduate and Undergraduate students are most welcome to participate in the events. To find out more, please follow this link to the Student Branch pages.

  • Massey University Student Branch
  • Victoria University Student Branch

The last Post-graduate Presentation Day event was held at Massey University on Monday 4th September 2017. Details of the event are available from a pdf file flier that can be obtained here. A photo album of the event is available from the Student Branch pages. shortly.

Date: Monday 4th September, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 5:00pm

Venue: Presentation Lab (Riddet Complex RC2.143), Massey University, Palmerston North Campus.

Contact: Syed Shan Jaffry at for more details.

Upcoming General and Technical Meetings, Conferences and Events

Massey / IEEE Workshop on Image Processing in VHDL on FPGAs

IEEE NZ Central Section and Massey University would like to invite you to participate in a short course "Image Processing in VHDL on FPGAs".
The course will take place in Palmerston North on 4-5 April. Further details are available from the attached flyer. Feel free to forward the flyer on to colleagues who may be interested.

More details can be found from

Upcoming Region 10 Conferences and Events

The Region 10 flagship conferences/congresses organized in our region this year are TENCON, TENSYMP and the R10-Humanitarian Technology Conference (R10-HTC). The conferences are technical events where the papers are presented and uploaded in IEEE Xplore digital library. These events also:
  • provide a platform to share and discuss your ideas through papers, exhibitions, plenary talks, tutorials, etc.
  • connect you to the renowned personalities in the respective field of Engineering & Technology.
  • upgrade your knowledge and skills in new and emerging technology and research.
  • provide opportunity to update with the new innovations and products through the exhibition, etc.
  • polish your interpersonal and professional skills with the guidance of leaders
  • boost the inspiration to become an IEEE volunteer for advancing the Technology for humanity and so on.
Some brief descriptions of these conferences/events are given below:
  • TENCON: The 2018 IEEE Region 10 Conference (IEEE TENCON 2018) will be held in the Ramada Plaza Hotel, Jeju, Korea, from October 28 to 31, 2018. TENCON is a premier international technical conference of IEEE Region 10, which comprises 58 Sections, 6 councils, 26 subsections, 663 chapters, and 1,431 student branches in the Asia Pacific region.
    The theme for TENCON 2018 is Intelligence Outbreak; researchers and engineers will be brought together from academia and industry, and they will freely expose their ideas and opinions on emerging issues in the field of electrical, electronics and computer engineering as well as information technologies.
    Prospective authors are invited to submit full paper with four to six pages in double-column IEEE conference format via the conference website . More information about paper format and guidelines for paper submission can be found at the conference website.
  • TENSYMP was started in 2013 as TENCON (spring) and in 2014, it was renamed as TENSYMP which is normally organized in March-June every year. It is a theme (specialized) based conference. In 2017, it was held in Kochi, India during July 14-16, 2017 (
  • R10 Humanitarian Technology Conference (R10-HTC) is a cross disciplinary conference that focuses on development and application of technology for the benefit of humanity. It was started in 2013 and generally organized in the 4th quarter of the year. In 2017, it is going to be held in Dhaka, Bangladesh during December 21-23, 2017 (

A new extended deadline for submission of papers to the Sydney based TENSYMP is the 26th March. A flyer with the required details is available from here.

Upcoming IEEE event in the Asia-Pacific Region of Interest to Members

The 4th IEEE World Forum on the Internet of Things (WF-IoT 2018) will be held in Singapore February 5th-8th, 2018 ( As the premier IEEE event on IoT, the World Forum brings together the latest developments in three spheres: (i) from the government sector and multi-national organizations, policies and solutions that affect IoT and its future; (ii) from business and industry, lessons learned from recent deployments, and strategies for the evolution of IoT by practitioners and business leaders; and (iii) from the research and academic community, the latest technological developments in the many fields and disciplines that drive the utility and vitality of IoT solutions and applications.

The theme for the conference is "Smart Cities and Smart Nations" chosen in recognition of Singapore's efforts in pioneering and putting into practice the principles behind the Smart City movement. The Conference features an outstanding Technical Program on the latest research relevant to IoT.

It also includes five Vertical and five Topical Areas aimed at industry and government participation in dealing with the practical issues behind IoT.

The five IoT Verticals are:

  • Smart Cities and Smart Nations
  • The use of IoT in Logistics
  • Law Enforcement, Emergency Response, and Humanitarian Technologies
  • Industrial IoT
  • IoT for Agriculture
The five IoT Topical Areas are:
  • Blockchains
  • Security and Privacy
  • Policy and Regulations
  • Best Practices, Standards, and Open Source
  • Artificial Intelligence, Autonomy, and Automation

The WF-IoT 2018 seeks original technical paper submissions on IoT Technologies and Applications. Full details are described in the extended CFP, which can be found here  and here. The suggested size of papers is four to six pages. Extended versions of selected papers may be considered for publication in the IEEE IoT Journal: . Paper submissions are due: 30 September 2017. Detailed instructions for submissions and proposals can be found here: .

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IEEE New Zealand Central Section Awards

IEEE Membership Recruitment Performance Award 2017

Each year Sections in the IEEE are set goals for membership recruitment and awards are given when Sections achieve these goals. IEEE Central Section has met its 2017 target and has been presented with the certificate below.

If you are not already a member of our Section, why not join us now and reap the many benefits of IEEE membership, including the ability to receive up to the minute research literature, join societies within the organisation that deal with topics in your areas of interest and attend special events featuring international experts visiting the region and presenting their research and establishing interactions and collaborations of mutual benefit.

Recruitment Certificate 2017

Distinguished Small Section Award 2014

The Region 10 Distinguished Section Award is given to recognize the excellent work of the Section in the previous year and therefore this year (2015) the awards were called the 2014 awards. The award is presented for three categories, namely Small, Medium and Large R10 Distinguished Sections.
The 2014 R10 Distinguished Sections are:

  • New Zealand Central Section (Small Section category)
  • Lahore Section (Medium Section category) and
  • Kerala Section (Large Section category)

Certificate of distinction

Congratulations from Region 10 to New Zealand Central, Lahore and Kerala Sections!

2015 Outstanding Membership Retention Award

The IEEE New Zealand Central Section has been recognised by the IEEE Membership Recruitment and Recovery Committee for achieving its membership development goals that were developed based on the Section's three year performance which recognises continued growth in our membership during that period.

Retention Award 2015

Please help us grow our membership by suggesting that your associates join the IEEE to receive and enjoy the many benefits of participation in this world-wide engineering organisation!
Follow this link to renew your membership or direct a colleague to the IEEE membership website.

Membership renewal

Region 10 Outstanding Volunteer Awards 2015

IEEE Region 10 recognizes and values the important role of members as volunteers to promote the IEEE objectives in the region. The following volunteers (listed in alphabetical order by first name) were acknowledged with the 2015 R10 Outstanding Volunteer Award:

  • Akinori Nishihara (Tokyo Section)
  • Cornelis Jan (Keith) Kikkert (South Australia Section)
  • Jianguo Huang (Xian Section) Lakshminarayana Merugu (Hyderabad Section)
  • Lance Fung (Western Australia Section)
  • Murray Milner (New Zealand Central Section)
  • Nirbhay Chaubey (Gujarat Section)
  • Stefan Mozar (New South Wales Section)
  • Wu Qun (Harbin Section)
Dr Murray Milner
Murray Milner - Outstanding Volunteer Award 2015

Congratulations Murray Milner and the other winners! A presentation was made to Murray Milner by the current Chair of the Central Section, Donald Bailey, at the recent Joint Institutions Breakfast meeting (report given below). Donald Bailey reads a citation outlining significant achievements by Murray (below left) and presents the award (below right).

Donald Bailey reads citation      Donald Bailey presenting award to Murray Milner


Recent Events

Please follow this link for more events that were held by or supported by our Section in 2016 and 2017.

Annual General Meeting 2017

The AGM for 2017 was held on Thursday 2nd November, 6:00 pm at the Zibibbo Restaurant, 25 Taranaki St, Wellington. Approximately 14 people attended the meeting and the agenda was outlined below. You will find the Chair's report by following this link. The Treasurer's interim draft financial report was distributed at the meeting and we shall provide members with access to the Treasurer's final report when it becomes available.

AGM Agenda:

5:30 pm meet and drinks
6:00 pm AGM
6:45 pm meal (approx cost $60)

  • Welcome

  • Chair's report

  • Treasurer's interim report
  • Election of officers for 2018
  • Resolution on electronic voting
  • Nominations for officers:
    • Secretary: Steven Le Moan
    • Treasurer: Yi Mei
    • Membership Development: Abhipray Paturkar

    There were no further nominations received and so these nominations were accepted at the meeting and declared for 2017. Minutes of the AGM are available (in draft form) from our committee page or by following this link, but will only be validated at the next AGM.Images from the event are shown below:

    AGM 2017 Meeting

    AGM 2017 Meeting

    Recent Conferences and Meetings

    • IEEE ANZSCON 2017 was held in Sydney, NSW, Australia on the 10th and 11th of August 2017. There were exciting opportunities to meet with some of the top leaders of IEEE, including the IEEE President and Region 10 Director, ANZSCON was the place to learn, share, and network. As the ection's Congress and ANZSCON were held consecutively in Sydney, we sent a somewhoat larger contingent to Australia to attend these two events. Their consolidated report is available by following this link.

      Who attended?
      Many IEEE members/non-members, from across the globe, who had an interest in IEEE Student Activities, IEEE Young Professionals (YP) affinity groups, and Women in Engineering (WIE) affinity groups.

      Flier containing details of the event can be obtained from here.

    • The Computational Intelligence Chapter held a Distinguished Lecturer talk on Thursday 15 August 2017 at 2:00-3:30pm in the Cotton Building CO 350 at Victoria University of Wellington, the IEEE Computational Intelligence Chapter (IEEE New Zealand Central Section) had IEEE Distinguished Lecturer, Prof Carlos Coello Coello from CINVESTAV-IPN, Mexico, who delivered a great talk on "Evolutionary Multi-Objective Optimization using Hybrid Approaches". A full report with photos is available by following this link.

    • The IEEE Sections Congress was also recently held in Sydney, Australia from 11 -13 August, 2017. A joint report from the NZ attendees can be found by following this link. It was preceded by ANZSCON as reported above.

    • The following IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Distinguished Lecturer (DL) talk was organized by the IEEE NZ Central Section ComSoc Chapter

      Professor Song Guo

      Presenter: Professor Song Guo (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

      Title: Device-to-Device Communication in Cellular Networks

      Date: Thursday 27th July 2017

      Time: 1pm (networking after the talk)

      Venue: Presentation Lab (Riddet C 2.143), Massey University, Palmerston North Campus

      Contact: Xiang Gui ( or Nurul Sarkar ( ) for more details.

      Abstract: As the emergence of new wireless applications, data traffic in cellular networks has dramatically increased in recent years, which imposes an immediate requirement for large network capacity. Device-to-device (D2D) communication is recently proposed as a novel and promising solution for increasing network capacity. This talk first tackles the D2D communication from a perspective on economic issues. In particular, we propose a truthful double auction for D2D communications in multi-cell cellular networks for trading resources in frequency-time domain, where cellular users with D2D communication capability act as sellers, and other users waiting to access the network act as buyers. With a sophisticated seller-buyer matching, winner determination and pricing, our design guarantees individual rationality, budget balance, and truthfulness. In the talk we also propose a promising concept of cooperative D2D communication to improve resource utilization in cellular networks. Based on a novel fine-grained resource allocation scheme, we jointly study relay assignment, transmission scheduling, and channel allocation. Finally, some future direction will be discussed.

      Bio: Song Guo is a Full Professor at Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from University of Ottawa and was a full professor with the University of Aizu, Japan. His research interests are mainly in the areas of big data, cloud computing, green communication and computing, wireless networks, and cyber-physical systems. He has published over 350 conference and journal papers in these areas and received 5 best paper awards from IEEE/ACM conferences. Dr. Guo has served in editorial boards of several prestigious journals, including IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing, IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Computing, IEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking, and IEEE Communications. He an active volunteer as General/TPC Chair for 20+ international conferences and Chair/Vice-Chair for several IEEE Technical Committees and SIGs. He is a senior member of IEEE, a senior member of ACM, and an IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecturer.

      Brief report on Professor Song Guo's visit:

      1.  We successfully hosted the EEE DL-NSRG Workshop at AUT on Monday 24 July 2017. IEEE DL Professor Song Guo (Hong Kong Polytechnic University) delivered his keynote talk at the workshop. Research students have also presented their work on the day. Despite of the busy time of the year about 40 people within and outside of AUT attended the keynote session. Having ample opportunity for discussion, people have enjoyed networking during morning tea break. The event was co-sponsored by AUT and IEEE.  

      2.  Prof Guo also gave lectures in Wellington, Palmerston North, and Christchurch on 25, 26, and 27 July, respectively.

    • We are pleased to report that the last IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society workshop was held on the 20th and 21st of April at the School of Engineering and Computer Science, Victoria University of Wellington, Kelburn parade.

      Details were:

      Event: Two-Day Workshop on Smart Sensors, Measurements and Instrumentation for Health, Industry and Environment
      Dates: April 20-21, 2017

      Venue: LB118, Victoria University of Wellington, Kelburn campus

      Flyer available from this link. A report on this event can be found by following this link.

    • IEEE New Zealand Signal Processing / Information Theory Chapter Event:

      Title: Estimating power spectral density for acoustic signal enhancement - an effective approach for practical applications
      Speaker Yusuke Hioka
      Date: Monday, 10 April 2017
      Time: 4 - 5pm
      Venue:Ag Hort Building (AH2.83), Massey University, Palmerston North Campus
      Full details were available through the following link.

    • Power and Energy Society Event: Title: Power Distribution System Planning in Smart Grids with Photovoltaics
      Speaker: Michael Emmanuel
      Date: Tuesday 14th March
      Time: 2.00 – 3.00 pm
      Venue: CO350 – Cotton Building, Kelburn Campus
      Full details were available through the following link.

    • The 2017 - 2nd Workshop on Recent Trends in Telecommunications Research (RTTR). This workshop was held at Massey University, Palmerston North on Feb 10th, 2017. Details were available from this flyer.
    • Nicolás Erdödy, organises a regular conference, Multicore World here in Wellington. The 6th conference is being held from February 20-22. Nicolás offered a discounted attendance fee for IEEE Central Section members, down 20% from $1,200 to $960 (ex GST).
      Further details including an impressive list of speakers were available from their website: The event was well attended by approximately 60 delegates and was very successful. Some of the papers will be put online in due course.

    Celebrating IEEE Region 10's 50 Year Jubilee Event

    Jubilee Notice

    Across New Zealand we celebrated IEEE Region 10's 50 year jubilee on Tuesday 3 October from 6pm - 9pm.

    We had 3 guest speakers who will be reflecting on a range of contributions of the IEEE to NZ society over the last 50 years. The presentations will be held simultaneously in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, with speakers from all 3 venues.

    Within the NZ Central Section, we had Dr Murray Milner presenting on "A Snapshot of Information and Communication Technology in New Zealand over the last 50 years". A copy of his presentation may be found here.

    The Wellington venue was:

    Lecture Theatre 3 - GBLT3
    Old Government Buildings
    15 Lambton Quay, Wellington.

    IEEE Distinguished Lecture for the IEEE Computational Intelligence Chapter by Jun Wang (Hong Kong)

    The IEEE Computational Intelligence Chapter announced the visit of IEEE Distinguished Lecturer Chair Professor Jun Wang (Hong Kong) an IEEE Fellow and the delivery of a Distinguished Lecture in November 2016 as per the details given below:

    Title: The State of the Art of Neurodynamic Optimization: Past, Present, and Prospects
    Venue: CO350, Victoria University of Wellington, Kelburn Campus
    Date: 23 November 2016
    Time: 3:10-4:30pm
    Cost: Free - All were welcome.

    A brief report including an abstract of the talk and a bio of the speaker can be obtained from here.

    Power and Energy Society Event

    Title: Practical Power Flow Controller Brings Benefits Of Power Electronics To The Grid
    Presenter: Kalyan K. Sen, PhD, PE, MBA
    Date: Thursday 7 December, 2017
    Time: 5.30 pm
    Venue: Transpower, Waikoukou Building, 22 Boulcott Street, Wellington

    Power flow control techniques have been practised, from using inductors, capacitors, transformers and load tap changers in the earlier days of electrical engineering to power electronics-based solutions in recent years. Even though the costs and complexities of the available solutions vary widely, the basic underlying theory of power flow control is still the same as it always has been. The question is which solution one should employ. The answer depends on knowing what the true need is. The power industry’s pressing need for the most economical ways to transfer bulk power along a desired path may be met by building new transmission lines, which is a long and costly process. Alternatively, it may be quicker and cheaper to utilize existing transmission lines more efficiently. The key is to identify the underutilised transmission lines and harness their dormant capacity to increase the power flows to the lines’ thermal limits.

    Since the commissioning of the first commercial power electronics-based Flexible Alternating Current Transmission Systems (FACTS controller two decades ago, a great deal has been learned about the true needs of a utility for its everyday use and they are high reliability, high efficiency, low installation and operating costs, component non-obsolescence, fast enough response for utility applications, high power density, interoperability, and easy relocation to adapt to changing power system’s needs while providing the optimal power flow control capability. This was the motivation to develop a SMART Power Flow Controller (SPFC) that enhances the controllability in an electric power transmission system by using functional requirements and cost-effective solutions.

    This presentation is designed to provide the basic principles of power flow control theory, an overview of the most commonly used power flow controllers, and future trends. The presentation will be of particular interest to all utility power engineering professionals. The required background is an equivalent of an Electrical Engineering degree with familiarity in power engineering terminology. The audience will hear from an expert who actually designed and commissioned a number of power electronics-based FACTS controllers since its inception in the 1990s.

    Speaker, Kalyan Sen, is a newly selected Fulbright Scholar, is the Chief Technology Officer of Sen Engineering Solutions, Inc. that specializes in developing SMART power flow controllers—a functional requirements-based and cost-effective solution. He spent 30 years in academia and industry and became a Westinghouse Fellow Engineer. He was a key member of the Flexible Alternating Current Transmission Systems (FACTS) development team at the Westinghouse Science & Technology Center in Pittsburgh. He contributed in all aspects (conception, simulation, design, and commissioning) of FACTS projects at Westinghouse. He conceived some of the basic concepts in FACTS technology. He has authored or coauthored more than 25 peer-reviewed publications, 8 issued patents, a book and 4 book chapters in the areas of FACTS and power electronics. He is the coauthor of the book titled, Introduction to FACTS Controllers: Theory, Modeling, and Applications, IEEE Press and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2009, which is also published in Chinese and Indian paperback editions. He is the co-inventor of Sen Transformer. He received BEE, MSEE, and PhD degrees, all in Electrical Engineering, from Jadavpur University, India, Tuskegee University, USA, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA, respectively. He also received an MBA from Robert Morris University, USA. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He is a Distinguished Toastmaster who led District 13 of Toastmasters International as its Governor to be the 10th-ranking District in the world in 2007-8.

    Kalyan, a Senior Member of IEEE, has served the organization in many positions:

    Under his leadership, IEEE Pittsburgh Section and its three chapters (PES, IAS and PELS) received Best Section and Chapter Awards. His other past positions included Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (2002 – 2007), Technical Program Chair of the 2008 PES General Meeting in Pittsburgh, Chapters and Sections Activities Track Chair of the 2008 IEEE Sections Congress in Quebec City, Canada, PES R2 Representative (2010 and 2011) and Member of the IEEE Center for Leadership Excellence (CLE) Committee (2013, 2014).

    He has been serving as an IEEE PES Distinguished Lecturer since 2002. In that capacity, he has given presentations on power flow control technology more than 100 times in 15 countries. He is an inaugural class (2013) graduate of the IEEE CLE Volunteer Leadership Training (VOLT) program. Kalyan is the recipient of the IEEE Pittsburgh Section PES Outstanding Engineer Award (2004) and Outstanding Volunteer Service Award for reviving the local Chapters of PES and IAS from inactivity to world-class performance (2004). He has been serving as the Special Events Coordinator of the IEEE Pittsburgh Section for the last decade. He is the Region 1-3 Coordinator of Power Electronics Society.

    For a more complete announcement for this event, please download the flyer using this link.

    For further details, click on

    Associate Editor Appointment

    Bing Xue has been appointed as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine (Impact Factor: 3.647), which is a major journal in Computational Intelligence. Her main role as an Associate Editor is to participate in the discussion of the major scope of this journal, identifying emergent areas and organising special issues, and coordinating the review process of related paper submissions. This good recognition of our Central Section member Bing's work and reputation in Computational Intelligence.

    Bing Xue

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