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<p>[http://www.ieee-tunisia.org/ Link to Section Homepage] </p>
  
[http://www.ieee-tunisia.org/ Link to Section Homepage]
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<p>[[Media:IEEE_Geographic_Unit_Organizing_Document_-_Tunisia.pdf|IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - Tunisia]] </p>
  
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== Section Background  ==
  
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<p>[[Image:Tunisia intro map.jpg|thumb|left]] </p>
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<p>The IEEE Tunisia (Tynisia) Section was formed in June 2008 with a startup membership of around 300. It is located on the continent of Africa, and in [[Region 8 (Europe, Middle East, & Africa) History|IEEE Region 8]]. The section is not represented on any Council.</p>
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== Student Branches  ==
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<p>The ENIT Engineering school student branch, located in Tunis,&nbsp;received the 2008 IEEE MGA Larry K. Wilson Regional Student Activities Award for the whole of Region 8. The ENIT SB was formulated in 2006, and launched in 2007 - before the Tunisia Section was formed. </p>
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<p>National Engineering School of the University of Sfax Student Branch (SB ENIS), hosted a special event that officially launched the IEEE SB ENIS on April 01, 2009.&nbsp; By June 30, 2009, The IEEE SB ENIS had a total of 125 members comprising: 89 Graduate Student Members and 36 Student Members. </p>
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== Chapters  ==
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In June 2009, the Tunisia Section establishes new chapters for:
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*[[IEEE Circuits and Systems Society History|IEEE Circuits and Systems]]
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*[[IEEE Signal Processing Society History|Signal processing]]
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*[[IEEE Computer Society History|Computer society]]
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*[[IEEE Computational Intelligence Society History|Computational Intelligence]]
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In November 2009, the Tunisia Section establishes new chapters for:
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*[[IEEE Women in Engineering|WIE Affinity group]]
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*Joint Chapter [[IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society History|Aerospace &amp; Electronics]], [[IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society History|EMBS]], [[IEEE Education Society History|Education]] and [[IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society History|Microwave Theory &amp; Techniques]].
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In August 2010, the&nbsp;Tunisia Section establishes a new affinity group for:
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*[[IEEE GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade)|GOLD - Graduates of the Last Decade]]
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In November 2010, the Tunisia Section establishes a new chapter for:
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*[[IEEE_Industry_Applications_Society_History|Industry Applications]]
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= Officers  =
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| 2008
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| 2009-2010
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| Mourad Loulou
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| Farhat Fnaiech
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| Jelel Ezzine
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| Mohamed Adel Alimi
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[[Category:IEEE|Tunisia]] [[Category:Geographical units|Tunisia]] [[Category:Sections|Tunisia]]

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IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - Tunisia

Contents

Section Background

The IEEE Tunisia (Tynisia) Section was formed in June 2008 with a startup membership of around 300. It is located on the continent of Africa, and in IEEE Region 8. The section is not represented on any Council.

Student Branches

The ENIT Engineering school student branch, located in Tunis, received the 2008 IEEE MGA Larry K. Wilson Regional Student Activities Award for the whole of Region 8. The ENIT SB was formulated in 2006, and launched in 2007 - before the Tunisia Section was formed.

National Engineering School of the University of Sfax Student Branch (SB ENIS), hosted a special event that officially launched the IEEE SB ENIS on April 01, 2009.  By June 30, 2009, The IEEE SB ENIS had a total of 125 members comprising: 89 Graduate Student Members and 36 Student Members.

Chapters

In June 2009, the Tunisia Section establishes new chapters for:

In November 2009, the Tunisia Section establishes new chapters for:

In August 2010, the Tunisia Section establishes a new affinity group for:

In November 2010, the Tunisia Section establishes a new chapter for:

Officers

Year Chair Vice Chair Secretary Treasurer
2008
2009-2010 Mourad Loulou Farhat Fnaiech Jelel Ezzine Mohamed Adel Alimi