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== Background  ==
  
[[Media:IEEE_Geographic_Unit_Organizing_Document_-_New_Zealsnd_South.pdf|IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - New Zealand South]]  
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== Background  ==
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<p>After the formation of the orginal New Zealand Section, in 1975 Robin Harrington of Christchurch approached the executive of the NZ IEEE Section with a proposal that a South Island NZ Section of the IEEE be established. The proposal could not proceed at the time because there were fewer than 50 members in the South Island. At a subsequent election of officers Robin Harrington became Vice Chairman of the existing New Zealand Section. </p>
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After the formation of the orginal New Zealand Section, in 1975 Robin Harrington of Christchurch approached the executive of the NZ IEEE Section with a proposal that a South Island NZ Section of the IEEE be established. The proposal could not proceed at the time because there were fewer than 50 members in the South Island. At a subsequent election of officers Robin Harrington became Vice Chairman of the existing New Zealand Section.  
  
<p>In 1978 he put forward a first petition for a South Island Section. This petition was finally approved in 1979 after a boundary adjustment which divided the New Zealand membership into North and South sections. </p>
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In 1978 he put forward a first petition for a South Island Section. This petition was finally approved in 1979 after a boundary adjustment which divided the New Zealand membership into North and South sections.
  
== Chapters and Affinity Groups ==
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== Chapters and Affinity Groups ==
  
<p>In March 2010, a Joint chapter of IEEE Power &amp; Energy and IEEE Power Electronics was established.</p>
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In March 2010, a Joint chapter of IEEE Power &amp; Energy and IEEE Power Electronics was established.
  
 
== Section Officers  ==
 
== Section Officers  ==
  
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| 1980  
 
| 1980  
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| Robin Harrington<br>
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| Chris Arnold<br>
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| Chris Arnold<br>
 
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| 1981  
 
| 1981  
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| Robin Harrington<br>
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| Chris Arnold<br>
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| Chris Arnold<br>
 
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| 1982  
 
| 1982  
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| Mike Dewe<br>
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| Chris Arnold<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1983  
 
| 1983  
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| Mike Dewe<br>
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| Chris Arnold<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
|-
 
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| 1984  
 
| 1984  
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| Mike Dewe<br>
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| David Cashmore<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1985  
 
| 1985  
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| Mike Dewe<br>
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| David Cashmore<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1986  
 
| 1986  
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| Mike Dewe<br>
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| David Cashmore<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1987  
 
| 1987  
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| John Errington<br>
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| Richard Duke<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1988  
 
| 1988  
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| John Errington<br>
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| Richard Duke<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1989  
 
| 1989  
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| Charles Lake<br>
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| Richard Duke<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1990  
 
| 1990  
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| Robin Harrington<br>
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| Richard Duke<br>
|  
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| John Joosten<br>
 
|-
 
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| 1991  
 
| 1991  
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| Robin Harrington<br>
|  
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| Richard Duke<br>
|  
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1992  
 
| 1992  
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| Richard Duke<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1993  
 
| 1993  
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| Richard Duke<br>
|  
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
|  
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1994  
 
| 1994  
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| Richard Duke<br>
|  
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
|  
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| John Joosten<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 1995  
 
| 1995  
|  
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| Mike Dewe<br>
|  
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
|  
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1996  
 
| 1996  
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| Mike Dewe<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
|  
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1997  
 
| 1997  
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| Mike Dewe<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| John Joosten<br>
 
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| 1998  
 
| 1998  
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| Robin Harrington<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| <br>
 
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| 1999  
 
| 1999  
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| Robin Harrington<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| 2000  
 
| 2000  
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| Robin Harrington<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| <br>
 
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| 2001  
 
| 2001  
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| Simon Round<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| Simon Round<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| 2004  
 
| 2004  
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| Simon Round<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| Lee Garth<br>
 
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| 2005  
 
| 2005  
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| Richard Duke<br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| Lee Garth<br>
 
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| 2006  
 
| 2006  
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| Andrew Bainbridge-Smith <br>
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| Harsha Sirisena<br>
 
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| 2007  
 
| 2007  
| Andrew Bainbridge-Smith  
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| Andrew Bainbridge-Smith [[Image:NewZealand Bainbridge.jpg|thumb|left|NewZealand Bainbridge.jpg]]
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| Harsha Sirisena<br>
 
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| 2008  
 
| 2008  
| Andrew Bainbridge-Smith [[Image:NewZealand Bainbridge.jpg|thumb|left]]  
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| Adrian Busch [[Image:A busch.jpg|thumb|left|A busch.jpg]]
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
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| Rick Millane<br>
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| 2009
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| Adrian Busch
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| Trevor Ingham
 
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Stuart Lansley<br>
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| 2009
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| 2010<br>
| A. Busch
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| Robin Harrington<br>
| T. L. Ingham
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| Trevor Ingham<br>
| S. Langsley
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| Stuart Lansley<br>
 
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== Further Reading ==
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[http://ewh.ieee.org/r10/nzs/ Link to Section Homepage]  
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[[Media:IEEE_Geographic_Unit_Organizing_Document_-_New_Zealsnd_South.pdf|IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - New Zealand South]]  
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<br>[[Media:NewzealandmapS.gif|NewzealandmapS.gif]]
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<br />[[Media:A busch.JPG|A busch.JPG]]
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Contents

Background

After the formation of the orginal New Zealand Section, in 1975 Robin Harrington of Christchurch approached the executive of the NZ IEEE Section with a proposal that a South Island NZ Section of the IEEE be established. The proposal could not proceed at the time because there were fewer than 50 members in the South Island. At a subsequent election of officers Robin Harrington became Vice Chairman of the existing New Zealand Section.

In 1978 he put forward a first petition for a South Island Section. This petition was finally approved in 1979 after a boundary adjustment which divided the New Zealand membership into North and South sections.

Chapters and Affinity Groups

In March 2010, a Joint chapter of IEEE Power & Energy and IEEE Power Electronics was established.

Section Officers

Year Chair Secretary Treasurer
1978


1979


1980 Robin Harrington
Chris Arnold
Chris Arnold
1981 Robin Harrington
Chris Arnold
Chris Arnold
1982 Mike Dewe
Chris Arnold
John Joosten
1983 Mike Dewe
Chris Arnold
John Joosten
1984 Mike Dewe
David Cashmore
John Joosten
1985 Mike Dewe
David Cashmore
John Joosten
1986 Mike Dewe
David Cashmore
John Joosten
1987 John Errington
Richard Duke
John Joosten
1988 John Errington
Richard Duke
John Joosten
1989 Charles Lake
Richard Duke
John Joosten
1990 Robin Harrington
Richard Duke
John Joosten
1991 Robin Harrington
Richard Duke
John Joosten
1992 Richard Duke
Trevor Ingham
John Joosten
1993 Richard Duke
Trevor Ingham
John Joosten
1994 Richard Duke
Trevor Ingham
John Joosten
1995 Mike Dewe
Trevor Ingham
John Joosten
1996 Mike Dewe
Trevor Ingham
John Joosten
1997 Mike Dewe
Trevor Ingham
John Joosten
1998 Robin Harrington
Trevor Ingham

1999 Robin Harrington
Trevor Ingham

2000 Robin Harrington
Trevor Ingham

2001 Simon Round
Trevor Ingham

2002 Robin Harrington Trevor Ingham Hasha Sirisena
2003 Simon Round
Trevor Ingham

2004 Simon Round
Trevor Ingham
Lee Garth
2005 Richard Duke
Trevor Ingham
Lee Garth
2006 Andrew Bainbridge-Smith
Trevor Ingham
Harsha Sirisena
2007 Andrew Bainbridge-Smith
NewZealand Bainbridge.jpg
NewZealand Bainbridge.jpg
Trevor Ingham
Harsha Sirisena
2008 Adrian Busch
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A busch.jpg
Trevor Ingham
Rick Millane
2009 Adrian Busch Trevor Ingham

Stuart Lansley

2010
Robin Harrington
Trevor Ingham
Stuart Lansley

Further Reading

Link to Section Homepage

IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - New Zealand South


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