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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 2019 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
See the upcoming events below to get the latest IMS workshop event to be held in September.

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 Victoria University on Wednesday 5th September 2018. Details of the event were available from a pdf file flier that can be obtained here. A photo album of the event will be available from the Student Branch pages in the near future.

Please go to the Recent Events Section to obtain a few representative images taken from the 2018 event.

Upcoming General and Technical Meetings, Conferences and Events

Upcoming Region 10 Conferences and Events

Watch this space for upcoming news of conferences and events for 2019.

Items of Interest to Members:

Multicore World conference 12 - 14 February 2019

About Multicore World

You are invited to participate in the 8th Multicore World, the most important high-tech conference in the Southern Hemisphere - held yearly in Wellington, and offers a 10% discount available to IEEE members until 1 February.

Known by the speakers as "the Davos of Tech", Multicore World 2019 will be 12, 13, 14 February and feature global leaders in a limited audience event that provides the knowledge and strategies to future-proof your technological innovation.

Don't just imagine the future: discuss it together with who is designing and building it!

Speakers from Intel, Arm, Facebook, Oracle, Broadcom as well as from the major US National Labs (Oak Ridge, Los Alamos, Argonne, PNNL) and from Japan, Singapore, Netherlands, UK, and more converge every year at Multicore World to discuss at peer-level about next-gen computing and its applications to all fields.

Visit for full information about speakers, abstracts, schedule, tickets and venue.

Members of the IEEE community will benefit from a 10% discount using this link - valid only until Friday 1st February (unless sold out). Register NOW, as there are only 90 tickets for sale!

Available from here is a flyer for the event.

News from the IEEE NZ Central Section committee

Dear IEEE NZ Central Section members,

We are proud to announce that our Section received the 2018 Outstanding Small Section Award from the IEEE. It is a most welcome recognition of our efforts and achievements in fostering technological excellence in our region, through the organisation of seminars, conferences and other networking events. This is an excellent opportunity for us to remind you that we will soon have our Annual General Meeting, and that you are all welcome to join. The AGM will take place in Wellington the last week of November (date and venue to be confirmed) and it will consist of a dinner buffet with a series of short talks relevant to our activities.

At this point, we also would like invite proposals and nominations for short talks (5-10 minutes), on any topic that pertain to our activities. It does not necessarily have to be an academic talk, it can be for instance a report for a recent scientific event you recently attended and that you would like to share with other members from the Section. If interested, please contact our secretary, Steven Le Moan (, with a title and abstract by Tuesday 6 November.

Best regards,
Your Section Committee.

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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.

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Follow this link to renew your membership or direct a colleague to the IEEE membership website.

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Recent Events

Please follow this link for more events that were held by or supported by our Section in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Region 10 Events

The Region 10 flagship conferences/congresses organized in our regionin 2018 were 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 .
  • 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 ( In 2018 it is to be held in Sydney, Australia.

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

IEEE NZ Central Section 2018 AGM

Venue: Level 3, Wellesley Boutique Hotel, 2 Maginnity Street, Wellington 6011
Date: Thursday 29 November 2018
Time: 6 pm

5:30 pm meet and drinks (Cash bar available)
6:00 pm AGM
6:30 pm Buffet meal (cost $59 pp)
3-4 Short talks (5 – 10 minute) short talks (5-10 minutes), on topics that pertain to our activities. These will be interspersed throughout the evening after the AGM.
(Note that a short talk does not necessarily have to be an academic talk, it can be, for instance, a report of a recent scientific event you recently attended and that you would like to share with other members from the Section. We currently have three confirmed speakers, but if you are interested, please contact our secretary, Steven Le Moan ( , with a title and abstract as soon as possible.)

Confirmed speakers and talks:

  • Mengjie Zhang: "AI and Machine Learning at VUW"
  • Donald Bailey: "Camera Calibration Using the Hough Transform"
  • Steven Le Moan: "Hyperspectral Image Analysis".
AGM Agenda:
  • Welcome
  • Chair's report
  • Treasurer's interim report
  • Election of officers for 2019
    Please note that voting for the positions of Chair, Vice-Chair and NZ Council Chair will be undertaken electronically in the period from 13th November to midnight on Tuesday 27th November. You should receive instructions by email on how to place your vote soon.
    Nominations of officers for the positions of Chair and Vice Chair positions currently stand at:
    • Chair: Murray Milner
    • Vice-Chair: Xiang Gui
  • NZ Council Chair: Donald Bailey - Nominated by the Section Committee
  • Appointment of Portfolios: (Membership development, WIE, Young Professionals)

Joint Section and ComSoc Chapter Distinguished Lecturer talk

You were cordially invited to attend the following IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Distinguished Lecturer (DL) talk organised jointly by the IEEE NZ Central Section, IEEE ComSoc NZ Chapter and Massey University:

Presenter: Dr R Venkatesha Prasad (EWI, TU Delft, The Netherlands)
Title: Internet of Things, Approximate Services and Virtual Sensing
Date: Wednesday, 31 October 2018
Time: 3 - 4pm (networking after the talk)
Venue: Presentation Lab (Riddet C 2.143), Massey University, Palmerston North Campus with a Video Link to Albany Village AV2.14, Massey University, Auckland Campus
Contact: Xiang Gui ( for queries.

Abstract: In this talk, I cover general and basic aspects of IoT. I provide some applications and try to highlight the advantages and smart applications. With this background, I proceed further to highlight one futuristic possibility called Approximate Services. Then virtual sensing concepts and also our path towards implementing virtual sensing will be explained. I end with an application of IoT and virtual sensing concept in an indoor environment. This talk would be interactive and for undergraduate level.

Biography: R Venkatesha Prasad completed PhD from IISc, Bangalore, India. During PhD research, a scalable VoIP conferencing platform was designed. Many new ideas including a conjecture, were formulated and tested by developing an application suite based on the research findings. The work involved understanding of network protocols, application design and human computer interface. Part of the thesis lead to a startup venture, Esqube Communication Solutions, headed by professors from IISc. He was leading a team of up to ten engineers, developing many real-time applications including bridging anonymous VoIP calls called Click-to-Talk for portlas. While at Esqube, eight patent applications and three PCT applications were filed along with his colleagues. Esqube was selected as top 100 IT innovators in India in 2006 by NASSCOM and top 100 in promising companies in Asia by RedHerring in 2008. He worked for Esqube from 2006 to 2009 on a part-time basis as a senior design consultant. In 2005, he joined TUDelft as a PostDoc to work on the EU FP7 Magnet Project and the Dutch project PNP-2008 on Personal Networks (PNs). His work involved evolving PN network architecture and foreign communication. The work resulted in an ECMA report. He also started working on Cognitive Radio Networks (CRNs) and 60GHz networks for future homes. He is contributing to IEEE standards on CRNs. Now, his work involves the Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Physical systems (CPS) and energy harvesting networks. He is working on EU funded iCore project on IoT. The work at TUDelft resulted in around 200 publications. Currently, he is working on IoT/CPS, Tactile Internet, LoRa and has started working on Space Applications with a leading space research organization.

He holds a "University Teaching Qualification" for all the four Technical universities in the Netherlands with excellence for his innovative use of Facebook to teach a course. He has delivered many keynotes and lectures. He has supervised 16 PhDs on IoT, Personal Networks, 60 GHz and Cognitive radios. He is also contributing to the academic community by leading many IEEE activities, such as memberships of standards boards, leading technical committees, etc., apart from reviewing and organizing conferences and workshops. He was co-founder and one of main organizers of successful International Workshop on Energy Efficiency in Wireless Networks in conjunction with IEEE ICC 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. He is General Co-Chair, IEEE ICC 2015 Workshop on Next Generation Green ICT. He was Track Chair of Cognitive Radio and Spectrum Sensing of IEEE VTC2013-Spring in Dresden, is Symposium Co-Chair for IEEE Globecom-2015. He was Technical Program Chair of IEEE Symposium on Communications and Vehicular Technology in the Benelux (SCVT) 2014. He is also a member of IEEE TCCN, AHSNTC, TCGCC and TCCC. He has been founding member of TCGCC. He also served as the symposium chair of Track on Green Communications and Computing Networks in GC 2016. He is a senior member of IEEE and ACM.

IEEE Day Event of Student Branch at Massey

A special event was conducted by members of the student Branch at Massey to celebrate IEEE Day and a brief report is available from here.

Lessons learnt from the IEEE R10 SYWL Congress

A report from our student representative is available from here.

IEEE Postgraduate Presentation Day - September 2018

Date: Wednesday, 5th of September, 2018
Time: 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Location: Room AM106, Alan McDiarmid Building, Kelburn Campus, Victoria University of Wellington

Description: As part of the IEEE New Zealand Central Section, the IEEE Student Branch at Victoria University of Wellington organised the annual postgraduate student presentation event for this year. This one day event showcased postgraduate research in one of the many IEEE fields of interest being undertaken at Victoria University of Wellington and Massey University.

Should there be any queries, please contact either Arif Ahmed or Chanjief Chandrakumar. A flier for the event was available from here. The following images reflect the event and include the winner and runner up presenters as well as a group photo of the participants.

   PG Event group 2018    The winners 2018

   Winner Presentation 2018   Runner Up 2018

Young Professionals Career Planning Seminar Event

Date and time: FRIDAY 6 JULY at 5:30pm
Location: Alan MacDiarmid Building, combined rooms AM102 & AM104 , Kelburn Campus, Victoria University of Wellington
Title: "What I did while not being on holiday: what went to plan, and what didn't"
Speaker: Duncan Hall - Strategy and Planning Manager. He works in the Information Management Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Duncan Hall will talk about various personal adventures in career planning and in having benefited from serendipitous opportunities. Contexts for these adventures range from the ancient epoch of expecting a 40-year employment career, to the contemporary gig economy. He'll highlight some lessons learned along the way, some frameworks he found useful for decision-making, and he’ll highlight some helpful heuristics.

A flier with additional details is available from here.

Brief Report: On Friday 6th July, Duncan Hall gave a very inspiring presentation in front of a captivated audience of students and early career engineers. Some images from this event appear below:
Duncan Hall at YP event_1   Duncan Hall at YP event_2

Duncan has kindly shared his presentation with us and it can be downloaded and viewed from here.

Joint Institutions Annual Breakfast Event 2018


All members and guests of the IEEE Central Section, IET Wellington Network and ENZ Wellington Branch are welcomed to a special annual event, hosted by all three institutions on the morning of 19th September 2018 in Central Wellington. The guest speaker for this event is Tony Ryall, Chair of Transpower, who will speak on the topic of "How Transpower is thinking about the future of the electricity industry in New Zealand".

Tony Ryall

Title: How Transpower is thinking about the future of the electricity industry in New Zealand
Presenter: Tony Ryall, Chair, Transpower.
Date: 19 September 2018
Time: 7:15am for 7:30am start
Location: Wellesley Boutique Hotel, 2 Maginnity Street, Wellington 6011.

A brief report on this event is provided in the following link.

IMS Workshop

We are pleased to announce that the annual 2-day workshop of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society (IMS) New Zealand Chapter will be held at Massey University Palmerston North on 6-7 September 2018. We invite you to participate in the workshop. The flyer and included registration form is available from here.
Registration/sponsorship provides workshop attendance, lunch, morning/afternoon teas and workshop dinner.

To register/sponsor please fill in the registration/sponsorship form and email it to Karen Pickering ( by 27th August 2018.

 Gourab Sen Gupta  Robin Dykstra

The theme of the workshop is- Smart Sensors, Measurements and Instrumentation for Health, Food, Agriculture, Environment and Security

Please encourage and support your students to attend. Student participation is free if they make a presentation.

We look forward to your participation.

IEEE New Zealand Wireless workshop

The IEEE New Zealand Wireless Workshop is a premier annual event that brings together industry professionals, engineers, researchers, academics, students, start-ups and policy makers to discuss technologies and issues of interest to the wireless community in New Zealand. The day consists of a series of presentations from participants, with ample opportunity for informal discussions and networking.
  • When: Friday 7th September 2018. 9 am - 5 pm
  • Location: WZ416 - AUT City Campus, Auckland, New Zealand
As always, we encourage expressions of interest from speakers in the industry, government and academia. Suitable topics for presentation include (but are not limited to): ongoing research; emerging technologies; product and system development; industrial experience and strategy; and spectrum policy. The workshop is intentionally informal, and no written abstracts are required, but these can be distributed to participants if provided.

Pre-Workshop Tutorial on Software Defined Radio: FPGA Prototyping with Over-the-Air Signals (further information at the link below) Key Dates:
  • Workshop: Friday 7th September 2018
  • Expression of interest for presenters: By Friday 10th August 2018
  • RSVP for other attendees (free and lunch provided): By Friday 20th August 2018
There is no requirement to be an IEEE member and you are encouraged to bring your colleagues. Donations or sponsorships to help us fund this event are welcomed. For your expression of interest, RSVP, or any other enquiries, please email to 

A flyer has been distributed that you can download from this location.

Joint IET & IEEE Lunchtime Event

Location: Beca offices, Level 7, Aorangi House, 85 Molesworth Street, Wellington
Date and time: 28th June, 1pm to 2pm
Title: The cutting edge of the UK power sector: Power network innovation in the UK
Speaker: Olivia Carpenter of Ricardo Energy & Environment

How energy systems worldwide are changing to meet the new demands of distributed energy technologies, electric cars, and new novel service offerings. The power sector has a vital role in enabling this change, requiring innovation and adaptation on a grand scale.

The UK power sector is no exception to this; it is recognised throughout the sector that the power system must innovate in order to continue to successfully operate and serve the needs of society. There is a delicate balance between the need for rapid change and decarbonisation, and the requirement to maintain a reliable, safe, and affordable service for customers.

About the speaker: Olivia Carpenter is a power engineer who specialises in new and renewable energy. As a Senior Technical Consultant for Ricardo Energy & Environment, her focus is power network and energy system innovation, working on a wide variety of projects both in the UK and in developing countries. She is also a member of the IET Energy Executive Board, and Chairman of IET Surrey local network.

Public Presentation by Dr Murray Milner

A special public presentation was given by Dr Murray Milner on the topic of a "Superfast Broadband - A Kiwi approach to building a Superfast Broadband Network"

New Zealand has been on a journey to deliver Ultrafast Broadband (UFB) to as many premises as possible following a commitment by the Prime Minister leading into the 2008 elections. This resulted in the formation of Crown Fibre Holdings in 2009 and the launch of the UFB initiative in 2011.

The initial rollout was focussed on delivering Fibre to the Premise to 75% of urban premises and businesses by the end of 2019. This stage is now well advanced and will be completed ahead of schedule and below budget. In early 2017, the coverage was extended to 87% of New Zealand premises by 2022, including coverage of more than 340 additional towns. This was followed later in 2017 by the extension of broadband to 99% of New Zealand premises using wireless technologies delivering better than 50Mbps downstream by 2025. This latter initiative also includes extended mobile coverage to an additional 1000km of roads throughout New Zealand, eliminating a large number of recognised "blackspots".

The goal of the UFB initiative was to provide consistent 100Mbps downstream and 50Mbps upstream to 87% of premises as a base affordable product and to enable expansion over time to deliver Gigabit and higher speed services with minor incremental investment. In early 2018, Gigabit per second services are already consumed by more than 5% of New Zealand households, so "Superfast Broadband" is expected to rapidly emerge across New Zealand over the next decade.

The seminar will provide an overview of this journey to Superfast Broadband and show that New Zealand is becoming a global leader in the provision of broadband services for all of its people.

Dr Milner

The talk was held in Palmerston North on 9 May, 2018 at 6pm in the Palmerston North Boys High School. A photo of the chair's introduction to the talk at this event is given below:
Murray talk at PNBHS

More details including a short biography can be found by downloading the poster announcement. A brief report is being compiled and details will be provided at a later date. The event was recorded on video and, following editing, may be available to members in the future. (Our thanks to Ken Mercer for organising this possibility.)

IEEE WIE International Leadership Summit 2018

IEEE WIE International Leadership Summit is a global initiative and its purpose is to motivate, inspire and empower women in technology. The summit is a part of WIE's portfolio and it creates opportunities for networking, mentoring and collaboration. The WIE leadership summit was organised for the first time in the Australasian region and it was a successful event that was attended by more than a hundred women from STEM in the region. The two-day program was very well arranged with keynote speech by two leading women from industry and included workshops, activities and panel discussions.

The event was attended on behalf of the IEEE Central Section by its representative Kanwal Zaidi who has prepared a comprehensive report that is available from here.

Massey / IEEE Workshop on Image Processing in VHDL on FPGAs

IEEE NZ Central Section and Massey University held a short course "Image Processing in VHDL on FPGAs".
The course took place in Palmerston North on 4-5 April. Further details were available from the attached flyer.

More details can be found from

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

The 4th IEEE World Forum on the Internet of Things (WF-IoT 2018) was 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 sought 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 were due: 30 September 2017. Detailed instructions for submissions and proposals can be found here: .

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