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It's about bringing together academia, industry and students to share knowledge, connect and form new bonds. It is FREE for IEEE Members


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Networking, Knowledge & Technology (8 July)


IEEE UNITE2022 will be held on the 8th July 2022

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Deepak Mathur
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Session - Maximising Professional Development Opportunities with the IEEE

E/Prof. Lance Fung
IEEE R10 Director-Elect 2021-2022

Session - Maximising Professional Development Opportunities with the IEEE

Dr. Sasha Nikolic

Session - Career Limiting Beliefs: Understanding Emotional Intelligence

Karen Tisdell
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Afrros Hudli GAICD
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Panel Session on Bid Data, Machine Learning and AI

A/Prof. Galina Mirzaeva
University of Newcastle

Panel Session on Future Grids

D/Prof. Willy Susilo
IEEE Fellow, Univeristy of Wollongong

Session - High Impact Research (Cybersecurity)

Prof. Benjamin Eggleton
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Session - High Impact Research (Nano Technology)

Prof. Stephen Hanly
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Session - High Impact Research (Wireless Communication)

Prof. Gernot Heiser
IEEE Fellow, University of New South Wales

Session - High Impact Research (Trustworthy Systems)

Prof. Brett Ninness
IEEE Fellow, University of Newcastle

Session - High Impact Research (Signal Processing)

S/Prof. Kashem Muttaqi
University of Wollongong

Panel Session on Future Grids

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