Recently, we received the results of the IEEE Region 10 Website Competition and we’re pleased to announce that we have come 9th out of 58 entries. This is a good improvement over our previous entry (last year), where we achieved 11th place in the competition, by submitting a brand new design. It is certainly our hope to do better next year and to continuously improve our website for the benefit of our members.
The annual Student Branch ECE Indoor Soccer Tournament is coming up soon.
When: Tuesday 13th of September, 2pm to 5pm
Where: University Recreational Centre (Gym)
Registration deadline: Tuesday 30th August (contact your class rep now!)
Who: Current students in ECE, Mechatronics, Engineering Science, Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science.
Who will take home the Endace Cup this year? Will the ECE Postgrads keep the cup from last year, or will the newcomers from Engineering Science or Biomedical Engineering take the cake?
If you want to enter the tournament, please contact your class representatives urgently, they’re organising the teams. Depending on levels of interest, your class representatives might join forces to make joint teams (e.g. Software Eng. Part 2 and 3). Please note that EEE and CSE Part 2 already have 5 players – contact the class representatives if you want to join them as a substitute.
The format is 5-a side knockout with rolling subs, 15 minutes a game and with sudden death penalty shootouts. More details of the rules and draw will be out soon.
Don’t forget there will also be free food and drinks for tournament participants =)
Even if you aren’t in the team come along and support your specialisation!
Region 10 Student/GOLD/WIE Congress Auckland 2011 Website
The University of Auckland IEEE Student Branch proudly brings you an international event of unmatched scope.
Are you ready to take the next step and expand your global outlook? Do you want to mingle with international delegates from all over the world, from every country between Japan, Pakistan and New Zealand? If so, then this event is for you!
In July this year, The University of Auckland IEEE Student Branch is hosting an international conference for IEEE members, and we have limited openings for our IEEE Student Members. The conference is open for local members from the 8th to the 10th July.
The Job Skills Seminar was yesterday and we had a great turnout to the event once again with over 70 attending! We had two brilliant speakers, Shaun Pulman from University Careers Services and Marion Rogers from Tri-Tek Services. A big shout-out also has to go out to all the execs that turned up on the day to help out and those that helped in the days leading up to the event. Below you may download Shaun’s Powerpoint slides.
Download Shaun Pulman’s Slides
Highlights of the day included:
* Hengjie, our Chairman, MCing the event with his beloved iPad 2
* Josheel, our Treasurer, suiting up
For all our members who have signed up, don’t forget we still have the Practice Interviews coming up next Tuesday!
A team of the Executive, made up of Hengjie (Chair, left) and Shaun (IT Officer, right), have completely revamped the Student Branch website. This is the second redesign of the website in the past two years and it is a significant one. Below you’ll hear about our design rationale, our design taste and why we think it’ll provide our IEEE members an unique experience, like nowhere else.
Regstrations are closed, however those who have registered may select their preferences by clicking below.
Practice Interviews Preferences Form
The University of Auckland IEEE Student Branch proudly presents two of its most exciting annual events: the Job Skills Seminar and the Practice Interviews.
JOB SKILLS SEMINAR – Get the Job You Want
Speaker: Marion Rogers
Date: 11th April – first Monday of the mid-semester holidays
Venue: Conference Centre Lecture Theatre (Room 423-342)
Note: Open to ALL Students
Come and hear some valuable insight from Marion Rogers, director of TriTek Consultants and an expert on job recruitment in the technical industries (EEE, CSE, SE, CompSci, Mechatronics, EngSci, Biomedical Eng). Topics covered include CV and Cover Letters, Interview Preparation and Job Search Skills specific to engineers. Many students will be commencing applications for summer/graduate work around this time, so attendance at this seminar will give you the necessary competitive edge to get the job you want. Marion will be available after the seminar for a quick Q&A session over free food and drinks. Mark this exciting event on your calendars now!
Hey everyone =)
With over 200 members our Student Branch is thriving, and it definitely makes us one of the largest Student Branches in Region 10 – excite!
We now have members from a huge range of fields:
- Electrical and Electronic engineering
- Computer Systems engineering
- Computer Science as well as
- Engineering Science and Biomedical Engineering – a first in Student Branch history!
Thanks for all of your efforts everyone! Watch this space and keep in touch – we’ll be sending out your usernames and passwords for your “myIEEE” login at the main IEEE website soon.
Looking forward to an epic 2011 =)
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Congratulations to Team Tlura Quefrency, comprising University of Auckland Student Branch members Ronald Chan, Tapio Saarinen and Ralph Versteegen, who placed second in the world in the IEEEXtreme 24-hour programming competition!
Ronald, Tapio and Ralph were one of just ten teams to solve all seventeen problems in the competition. Teams were then ranked on the basis of the sum of submit times for each problem and the number of incorrect submissions. The result puts them at the top of Region 10 (Asia-Pacific). (The winning team was from the Region 8 (Europe-Middle East-Africa).)
Fourteen teams from the University of Auckland Student Branch were among over 900 internationally to battle it out in an intense programming competition on Labour weekend, from 1 p.m. Saturday 23 October to 1 p.m. Sunday 24 October (New Zealand Daylight Time). Unfathomable Fathoms (who by an administrative mix-up are called “Placeholder1” in the rankings), comprising Itamar Amith, Glen Robertson and Danver Braganza, solved sixteen problems and finished 15th in the world.