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As authorized by the IEEE Board of Directors, the IEEE Member and Geographic Activities (MGA) Board approved the establishment of the IEEE Tunisia Section on June 21, 2008 as part of the IEEE Region 8 (Europe, Africa, and Middle East). The IEEE Tunisia section was legally announced in the Tunisian official journal on 31 December 2016 as local association. The IEEE Tunisia section is a non-profit organisation representing IEEE in Tunisia.
IEEE Tunisia Section aims to spread IEEE Activities to all corners of the country by educational and technical activities, human networking, and to develop technology and its applications for humanitarian challenges. The section supports Chapters, special interest groups, student activities and student awards.
IEEE Tunisia Section mission is to assist and improve the electrical, electronic, computer and information technology industries; in Tunisia by:
- Providing practical liaisons between academia and the technical workforce, and
- Advancing the professional standing of our members and their industry.
In addition, in conjunction with IEEE’s mission, we strive to enhance the quality of life for everyone through improved public awareness of the influences and application of the world’s technologies.
All IEEE members living in Tunisia are automatically members of the Tunisia section. To join IEEE: www.ieee.org/join
IEEE membership is open to academics, industry employers, students, and any person who is interested to read the most innovative research in technology, to network, to expand his expertise, and to receive several benefits. www.ieee.org/benefits
The section includes several sub-units: technical chapters, affinity groups, student branches, student chapters, and student affinity groups.
Awards and Recognitions
IEEE Tunisia Section joined the WESET project as associated partner. The project will contribute to reduce the lack of engineers skilled in Wind Engineering in Egypt and Tunisia. IEEE members in both countries are invited to participate in the project. Further details: http://www.weset-project.eu/
TISP Week is a Region 8 program focused on spreading the educational benefits in the field of engineering, while making the teachers and students to work collaboratively, by implementing interesting and innovative lesson plans. Further details: http://tisp.ieeer8.org/
IEEE SIGHT is a global network of IEEE volunteers partnering with underserved communities & local organizations to leverage technology for sustainable development. Further details: http://sight.ieee.tn/
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|Associate & Affiliate members||12||20||15||16||40||20||19||31||25||73|