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The Australia Capital Territory (ACT) region was geographically covered by the original [[IEEE New South Wales Section History|IEEE Australia Section]] from 1972 to 1985, and was part of the [[IEEE New South Wales Section History|IEEE NSW Section]] from 1985 through to 1988. The ACT is fully geographically bound by the state of New South Wales.
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The ACT Section is represented at the [[IEEE Australia Council History|IEEE Australia Council]], and is part of Region 10.
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Dr Harry Green of the ACT was first “elected” Region 10 Director for 1983-84. This coincided with the Region 10 boundary adjustments. While Harry was never represented on the Australia Section committee, he was the key Canberra liaison person and host for many international visitors to the ACT.
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The 1983 IEEE President, Dr James Owens and the [[AIEE, IRE, and IEEE General Managers and Executive Directors|IEEE General Manager]], [[Eric Herz]], visited the Canberra headquarters of the Institution of Engineers (now known as Engineers Australia), Australia in 1983 for discussions about formalising a cooperative 'Australia wide' professional institutions member agreement. (to be known as the tri-partite Agreement).
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== The 'ACT' Section  ==
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The Australia Capital Territory Section was officially recognised on 18 November 1988
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== '''Section Officers'''  ==
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{| style="width: 700px; height: 628px" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" summary="Australian Capital Territory Section Officers" border="1"
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|+ Australian Capital Territory Section Officers
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| Year
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| Chair
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| Vice-Chair
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| Secretary
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| Treasurer
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| 1988
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| Lal C Godara
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| -
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| -
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| B S Nagaraja
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|-
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| 1989
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| Lal C Godara
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| Hon-Man S Lam
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| George W Gerrity
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| B S Nagaraja
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|-
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| 1990
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| Lal C Godara
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| Hon-Man S Lam
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| George W Gerrity
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| Wood N Cheung
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|-
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| 1991
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| Michael C Cavenor
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| Chennupati Jagadish
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| Brian P Molinari
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| Wood N Cheung
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|-
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| 1992
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| Michael C Cavenor
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| Wood N Cheung
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|-
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| 1993
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| Robert J Prandolini
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 1994
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| Robert J Prandolini
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 1995
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| Donald Fraser
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 1996
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| Donald Fraser
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 1997
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| Chennupati Jagadish
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 1998
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| Chennupati Jagadish
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 1999
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| Wood N Cheung
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 2000
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| Wood N Cheung
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| Paul J Whitbread
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| Andrew J Kerans
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| Hark Hoe Tan
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|-
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| 2001
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| Masoud Mohammadian
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| Hark Hoe Tan
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|-
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| 2002
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| Erik S Lensson
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 2003
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| Erik S Lensson
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 2004
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| Erik S Lensson
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 2005
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| Darren K Milne [[Image:ACT PHOTO Milne.jpg|thumb|center]]
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| Tony S Pollock
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| Timothy L Turner
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| Hark Hoe Tan
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| 2006
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| Darren Milne<br>
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| <br>
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| David Squires<br>
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| 2007
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| Andrew Fox and then Darren Milne from August 2007<br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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| David Squires<br>
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| 2008
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| Darren Milne
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| <br>
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| Martin D Leaver
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| David Squires<br>
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| 2009
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| Martin Leaver
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| Darren Milne
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| Sharon Lim
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| David Squires
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| 2010
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| Martin Leaver
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| Darren Milne
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| Sharon Lim
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| David Squires
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| 2011
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| Martin Leaver
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| David Squires
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| Fouad Karouta
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| Sharon Lim
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| 2012
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| Sharon Lim
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| Martin Leaver
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| Om Perkash Batra
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| F Karouta
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The IEEE Australia Capital Territrory (ACT) Section was formally inaugurated on 18 November 1988. The ACT is fully geographically bound by New South Wales.
 
  
 
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Link to Section Homepage  
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[http://www.ieeeact.org Link to Section Homepage]
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[[Media:IEEE_Geographic_Unit_Organizing_Document-Australian_Capital_Terr.pdf|IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - Australian Capital Territory]]
  
[[Category:IEEE]] [[Category:Geographical_units]] [[Category:Sections]]
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[[Category:Sections|Australian]]

Latest revision as of 13:43, 20 May 2014

Background

The Australia Capital Territory (ACT) region was geographically covered by the original IEEE Australia Section from 1972 to 1985, and was part of the IEEE NSW Section from 1985 through to 1988. The ACT is fully geographically bound by the state of New South Wales.

The ACT Section is represented at the IEEE Australia Council, and is part of Region 10.

Dr Harry Green of the ACT was first “elected” Region 10 Director for 1983-84. This coincided with the Region 10 boundary adjustments. While Harry was never represented on the Australia Section committee, he was the key Canberra liaison person and host for many international visitors to the ACT.

The 1983 IEEE President, Dr James Owens and the IEEE General Manager, Eric Herz, visited the Canberra headquarters of the Institution of Engineers (now known as Engineers Australia), Australia in 1983 for discussions about formalising a cooperative 'Australia wide' professional institutions member agreement. (to be known as the tri-partite Agreement).

The 'ACT' Section

The Australia Capital Territory Section was officially recognised on 18 November 1988


Section Officers

Australian Capital Territory Section Officers
Year Chair Vice-Chair Secretary Treasurer
1988 Lal C Godara - - B S Nagaraja
1989 Lal C Godara Hon-Man S Lam George W Gerrity B S Nagaraja
1990 Lal C Godara Hon-Man S Lam George W Gerrity Wood N Cheung
1991 Michael C Cavenor Chennupati Jagadish Brian P Molinari Wood N Cheung
1992 Michael C Cavenor

Wood N Cheung
1993 Robert J Prandolini


1994 Robert J Prandolini


1995 Donald Fraser


1996 Donald Fraser


1997 Chennupati Jagadish


1998 Chennupati Jagadish


1999 Wood N Cheung


2000 Wood N Cheung Paul J Whitbread Andrew J Kerans Hark Hoe Tan
2001 Masoud Mohammadian

Hark Hoe Tan
2002 Erik S Lensson


2003 Erik S Lensson


2004 Erik S Lensson


2005 Darren K Milne
Tony S Pollock Timothy L Turner Hark Hoe Tan
2006 Darren Milne


David Squires
2007 Andrew Fox and then Darren Milne from August 2007


David Squires
2008 Darren Milne
Martin D Leaver David Squires
2009 Martin Leaver Darren Milne Sharon Lim David Squires
2010 Martin Leaver Darren Milne Sharon Lim David Squires
2011 Martin Leaver David Squires Fouad Karouta Sharon Lim
2012 Sharon Lim Martin Leaver Om Perkash Batra F Karouta



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Link to Section Homepage

IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - Australian Capital Territory