You are cordially invited to the IEEE Queensland Section's Annual General Meeting and Dinner to be held at St Leo s College, University of Queensland on the evening of Thursday 28th November 2013. This annual event will provide networking opportunities with fellow engineers and leading professionals in the community.

This year our guest dinner speaker is Professor Peter Corke, an IEEE Fellow and faculty member at Queensland University of Technology. Professor Corke is editor-in-chief of the IEEE Robotics & Automation magazine, and a recipient of the Qantas/Rolls-Royce and Australian Engineering Excellence awards.

He is well known for his research in vision-based robot control, field robotics and wireless sensor networks. Prior to joining QUT in 2010 Professor Corke was a senior principal research scientist at CSIRO where he founded the Autonomous Systems laboratory, a 50-person team undertaking research in mining, ground, aerial and underwater robotics, as well as sensor networks. With underwater mining technology currently in the news, Professor Corke's talk is certain to be entertaining and informative.

Date: Thursday, 28th November 2013

Location: St Leo's College, Dinning Room, University of Queensland

Map: http://www.uq.edu.au/maps/?id 8

RSVP: Email blackmagic@computer.org by Friday 22nd November 2013

AGM Time: Arrive at 5:15pm for a 5:30pm start (the Annual General Meeting is for IEEE members)

Dinner: Pre-dinner drinks from 6:30pm, dinner 7.00pm

Entrée: Goat s Cheese and Caramelised Red Onion Tart or Combination Mini Vegetarian Spring Rolls and Asian Dumplings with Dipping Sauce

Main course: Slow Cooked Lamp Rump with Mustard & Red Wine Jus or Grilled Fillet of Tasmanian Salmon with Salsa Verde

Dessert: Hazelnut Opera Dessert or Tasmanian Cheese & Dried Fruit

If you have special dietary requirements please communicate them to blackmagic@computer.org when you register for the event. All menu items are halal compliant.

Cost for AGM: None

Cost for Dinner (includes drinks and a three course meal): IEEE and Engineers Australia members: $40 Non-members: $60

Payment options: To facilitate better planning of the event there will be no 'pay at the door' option this year. Instead, payments for the dinner should be made to the Section's bank account by close of business Friday 22nd November.

Bank account details:

Bank: bankmecu

Account name: IEEE Qld Section A/C

Account number: 305832

BSB code: 313-140

Please make sure your name appears on the payment advice from your financial institution.

If you are attending the AGM and not the dinner, please make this clear when you submit your RSVP

 
Last modified: 13 November, 2013