Instrumentation and Measurement Joint Society
The IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society is dedicated to the development and use of electrical and electronic instruments and equipment to measure, monitor and/or record physical phenomena. The fields of interest include metrology, analogue and digital electronic instruments, systems and standards for measuring and recording electrical quantities (in both frequency and time domains), instrumentation and transducers for measurement of non-electrical variables, calibration and uncertainty, instruments with automated control and analysis functions, safety instrumentation, and new technology applications.
In New Zealand, our members have interests in a wide variety of applications that are of particular relevance to New Zealand Industry and Society. While much of our membership is drawn from New Zealand academic organisations that train the next generation of excellent young engineers, we also enjoy contributions from NZ industry, and government organisations, such as the New Zealand Measurement Standards Laboratory.
With scientific, literary, and educational concerns, the Society seeks to promote a high level of technical excellence by encouraging close cooperation and exchange of information among its members. It sponsors and supports conferences and publications, and through its committees, responds to the needs of the membership. In New Zealand, our chapter organises regular (usually annual) meetings at which our local members and friends meet together to exchange ideas, results, and findings in a supportive and friendly environment. As this is a ‘joint chapter’, our membership is drawn from across New Zealand.
Global Instrumentation and Measurement Society website08 August 2022
Please visit ieee-ims.org if you are interested in learning more about the global strategy of the Instrumentation and Measurement Society. Particularly calls for applicants, papers, and award nominations. Information regarding the New Zealand Chapter will be added here, as it is received.