The Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers Inc. (IEEE) is one of the world's largest and oldest learned professional societies. The IEEE is devoted to the advancement of the theory and practice of all fields of electrical and electronic engineering including communications, electronics, computer, control and electrical power engineering, and the application of these disciplines in the service of humankind. The IEEE is noted particularly for the excellence of its many technical publications including the award winning monthly magazine Spectrum.
IEEE Western Australia Section caters for the needs of all IEEE members in Western Australia. The Section has an ongoing programme of technical seminars, conferences and workshops. We have specialist Chapters active in the fields of Computational Intelligence, Communication, Computer, Power and Energy, Power Electronics, Joint ED/SSC/LEO, National Joint SSIT, and Signal Processing. Activities for Student members are a regular feature of the Section program.
If you are a Professional Engineer or Scientist working in any area of electrical or electronic engineering you should consider the benefits of IEEE membership - it could be one of the key decisions of your career. Joining the IEEE will help you to remain at the leading edge of technology, whatever your specialist field. Likewise, if you are a student in an accredited university in Electrical, Electronics, Communication or Computer Systems engineering, or Computer Science, you will find that IEEE membership will assist your studies and your early career. The IEEE is highly regarded by all knowledgeable employers or professional personnel. Come and join us in IEEE and grow with us - both technically and professionally.
To find out more about IEEE membership or about our activities in Western Australia, please contact us by email using the contact details below. Or simply attend any of our advertised events and speak to one of our Section Officers. We will be pleased to send you a membership application kit. There is no obligation associated with such enquiries. We look forward to hearing from you.
Harry McDonald, IEEE WA Section Chair