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In late 1984 Mat Darveniza, Miles Moody and David Thiel began the work that would culminate in the establishment of the Queensland Section. The letter petitioning the formation of the section is located <html><a class="lnk" onclick="getPDF(':section_petition_letter.pdf')">here</a></html>. In late 1984 Mat Darveniza, Miles Moody and David Thiel began the work that would culminate in the establishment of the Queensland Section. The letter petitioning the formation of the section is located <html><a class="lnk" onclick="getPDF(':section_petition_letter.pdf')">here</a></html>.
-The IEEE document establishing the foundation of the Queensland Section is located <html><a class="lnk" onclick="getPDF(':foundation_document_1985.pdf')">here</a></html>.+\\ 
 +Queensland became the fourth Australian IEEE section on February 22nd 1985, with David Thiel as the inaugural section chair. The IEEE document establishing the foundation of the Queensland Section is located <html><a class="lnk" onclick="getPDF(':foundation_document_1985.pdf')">here</a></html>, and the IEEE document confirming the foundation of the Queensland Section is located <html><a class="lnk" onclick="getPDF(':section_formation.pdf')">here</a></html>.
-The IEEE document confirming the foundation of the Queensland Section is located <html><a class="lnk" onclick="getPDF(':section_formation.pdf')">here</a></html>. +\\ 
-<html></div></html>+The section grew rapidly, with chapters of the Power and Energy Society and the Computer Society formed in 1991, followed by joint chapters of the Signal Processing/Communications Societies (1994), Control Systems/Robotics and Automation Societies (1999), and the Microwave Theory and Techniques/Antennas and Propagation Societies (2002).
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- +The Computational Intelligence Society (2004), Graduates of the Last Decade (2006), Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society (2008), Engineering in
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-  * Queensland became the fourth Australian IEEE section on February 22nd 1985, with David Thiel as the inaugural section chair. The IEEE document establishing the foundation of the Queensland Section is located here, and the IEEE document confirming the foundation of the Queensland Section is located here. +
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-  * The section grew rapidly, with chapters of the Power and Energy Society and the Computer Society formed in 1991, followed by joint chapters of the Signal Processing/Communications Societies (1994), Control Systems/Robotics and Automation Societies (1999), and the Microwave Theory and Techniques/Antennas and Propagation Societies (2002). +
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Medicine and Biology Society (2008) and Women in Engineering (2010) chapters have been added to complement the list of members’ interests. Medicine and Biology Society (2008) and Women in Engineering (2010) chapters have been added to complement the list of members’ interests.
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