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In case you/your members are interested, would like to remind you about the IET Election 2017. The closing date for nominations is 6 January 2017. More details including vacancies, ballot form and others can be found by clicking the link below: http://www.theiet.org/about/governance/elections/ Call For Nominations will be published at IET ... read more...
Posted by Winnie Lee on IET Australia Forum Dec 6, 2016 5:21 am GMT
Many of us complete CPD without even realising we are doing so. The new piece of software you used, the seminar you attended or the article you read are all forms of CPD when relevant to your career. With this is mind completing the required annual amount of 30 hours is easily attainable.  What is changing and why? The IET has chosen to adhere to The ... read more...
Posted by Winnie Lee on IET Australia Forum Oct 7, 2016 3:03 am BST
The IET Australia Forum would like to invite you to nominate your peers for a Prestigious Award! There are three awards up for nomination (until March 25, 2014) as follows : The Jack Finlay Award is presented to an engineer who, by virtue of their dedication, character and professional achievements has made a significant contribution to ... read more...
Posted by Rowan Pattieson on IET Australia Forum Mar 1, 2014 12:44 pm GMT
IET Student Prize 2013 - New South Wales - 1
Graham Lee (IET Australia Forum Chairman) was in attendance at the University of Sydney Electrical and Information Engineering School's annual Scholarship and Prizegiving Presentation on 17 May 2013 to celebrate the achievements of its outstanding students. The 2013 IET Student Prize for New South Wales was awarded to Laurence Rouesnel for ... read more...
Posted by Rowan Pattieson on IET Australia Forum Feb 16, 2014 8:02 am GMT
Australian finalist runner-up at PATW Global Final 2013
Kelsey Kennedy from Western Australia has been awarded the runner-up prize in the 2013 Global Final of the IET's annual Present Around The World (PATW) competition in London. Her presentation, titled  "Imaging the mechanical properties of breast tissue" , was second only to the overall winner - Christopher Bellamy (UK) , whose ... read more...
Posted by Rowan Pattieson on IET Australia Forum Dec 4, 2013 3:28 pm GMT
IET Australia PATW competitors - 2013
The results of the 2013 PATW Australia Final are as follows : Winner Kelsey Kennedy (University of Western Australia) "Imaging the mechanical properties of breast tissue" Runner-up Nicholas Venables (University of Melbourne) "Bionic vision simulator" You can view  photos from the awards dinner by clicking here ... read more...
Posted by Rowan Pattieson on IET Australia Forum Dec 4, 2013 2:56 pm GMT

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