• 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.

  • Writing is an essential skill, but it is challenging to have good writing skills. Victoria University of Wellington Associate Professor, Peter Andreae, recently discussed useful tips to write concisely and clearly to improve a reader’s experience. Organised by the Section’s Young Professionals Affinity Group, the ...

  • The IEEE New Zealand Central Section Victoria University of Wellington Student Branch hosted a postgraduate networking event on campus last night. Students from both under- and post-graduate level learned from Section leaders a high-level overview of IEEE, the Section, and Victoria’s current academic pathways and ...

  • Please join us in thanking Professor Bob Hodgson (FIET, DistFEngNZ, SMIEEE) for presenting his career journey to Palmerston North IET members. It was inspirational to learn of Bob’s step from schoolboy electronics enthusiast to professional engineer and senior educator. His career spanned working in the aircraft ...

  • Global CIS website
    19 April 2022

    Please visit cis.ieee.org if you are interested in learning more about the global strategy of the Computational Intelligence Society. Particularly calls for applicants, papers, and award nominations. Information regarding the New Zealand Chapter will be added here, while a list of current members is available ...

  • Placeholder Post
    08 April 2022

    This post serves as a placeholder only until the leaders of each affinity group/chapter/branch provide information such as to create a genuine post related to their community. Apologies if a member of the public reaches this page. ...

  • To all IEEE NZ Central Section members, I take this opportunity to thank you for the contributions you have made to our Affinity group since it started. As the world celebrates women’s day, we need to remind ourselves that we are better together and we shouldn’t ...

  • WIE: call for support
    01 January 2022

    The NZCS is very excited to announce that it has obtained approval to form a Women in Engineering Affinity Group. We aim to identify issues of importance to women in the engineering field and to network and share our experiences. If you are interested, please ...

  • The IEEE NZSC hosted the 2021 Postgraduate Symposium event at Victoria University on Friday, 26th November 2021. About 35 participants from Victoria University and Massey University joined locally and remotely.  Prizes were awarded for the best presentation and to runner-ups. The event offered a chance ...

  • Are you an undergraduate student and hesitating whether to to do postgraduate study or an industry job? Are you a postgraduate student and hesitating whether to have an academic career or industry career? The Student and Young Professionals Event may be for you! The IEEE New ...

  • The YP group of IEEE NZ Central Section is going to hold an event (a panel discussion) about “Transitioning from Academia to Industry” at Victoria University of Wellington. We have invited four speakers who obtained their PhD degrees from Victoria University of Wellington and Massey University. They ...