Founded in May 1884, the IEEE - with over 400,000 members world-wide - is the world's largest technical professional organisation dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.

IEEE and its members inspire a global community through its publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.

Membership of the Institute offers many rewards, including professional development, access to the latest technical publications, and the opportunity to network with like-minded professionals.

The latest IEEE annual report is available here.

IEEE Queensland Section

The IEEE Queensland Section was founded on February 22nd, 1985. It is situated in the Asia-Pacific region, known as IEEE Region 10. The section conducts local activities and provides services to IEEE members who live and work in the part of Queensland, Australia, below 23° south.

The section supports the activities of eight chapters of IEEE technical societies, as well as the Women in Engineering and Young Professional Program affinity groups.

The section website informs members of the broad range of services and activities that are available, and chronicles the activities of the section's chapters, affinity groups, and members.

IEEE Membership

Click here if you would like information about becoming an IEEE member, and here to review membership benefits.

If you have been an IEEE member for several years you should consider elevating your membership to Senior Member grade. Click here for detailed information on the different types of membership elevation that are available.

Please contact the Queensland Section Chair if you are interested in serving on the section's executive committee, or volunteering in any other way.

Queensland Section Events

Please consider attending a Queensland Section event, which are open to non-members. Details of new and past events are available here.