21 Jul


to all UOW Graduates graduating today and tomorrow…

If you are/were an IEEE member and graduating in this July, please send us a message with your IEEE membership number and email address to receive a graduation gift from IEEE.


07 Jul

SECTE HDR Students’ Mock Presentation Session-Autumn

SECTE HDR Students’ mock presentation session was held yesterday (06).

Thanks go to Arash Soroush for presenting, as well as to Dr. Ashish Agalgaonkar for giving useful comments which are really helpful for new HDR students as well, when they prepare their first year research proposal presentation.

Also, we went through the following video, which discusses 10 tips to become a better presenter. Thanks all for coming along for this event.

06 Jul

Mock Presentation Session-Autumn

Hi All,
There will be a mock presentation session of SECTE HDR students who are getting ready for their first year research review presentation.

Date : Today(06)
Time : 4.00 pm
Place : 6-222

Currently, we have only one presenter, but our comments and ideas will be helpful to the presenter to deliver a successful presentation on their review.
If you are getting ready for the review presentation, do not hesitate to come and bring along the presentation and practice.
Also, if you are presenting, please invite your supervisors as well.

If you are around, please come. Specially, if you are a new HDR student who will be doing review presentation in the next sessions, this session will be helpful.
Sorry for the late notice.



04 Jul

Free eBooks

One advantage of an IEEE membership is a free eBook each month. This month the book is Shaping an Engineering Career – Book 2: Dual Career Ladders. At some point in their careers, engineers may discover what is known as the ‘dual ladder’ in the corporate structure, the choices being to continue in the technical project aspects of their career, or the opportunity of moving into the management side of their careers. In many corporations, once the choice is made, there is no re-direct; it is either technical or management from that point forward. There are, however, those corporations which provide a true dual ladder structure. In those instances, the person involved can move back and forth, from technical to manage-ment and back again, depending on the needs of the individual or corp-oration. While the choice may seem easy, there are a number of aspects of each path that one should consider, prior to making a decision on any given opportunity. The two authors of this e-book chose the Dual Career Ladder path during their long-term careers at IBM.
Members can download Shaping an Engineering Career-Book 2: Dual Career Ladders for free through 15 July 2016. Sign in with your IEEE Account, add the book to your Cart, and enter the promo code JUNEFREE16 at checkout