The IEEE Northern Australia Section
provides local activities and services to IEEE
members who live, work and visit us north of Rockampton, Australia to PNG. We also support the MTT-S and Com sec. chapter activities and Student Branch Activities. The Section
Executive Committee meets generally every month at 5.30pm on the 3rd Thursday at James Cook University, Electrical Engineering building.
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