ITEE Queensland

The Queensland branch of the ITEE College.

About ITEE Queensland

The Information, Telecommunications, and Electronics Engineering (ITEE) College encompasses disciplines which are integral to complex engineering products and systems, such as communications, manufacturing, information transfer and infrastructure.

The ITEE aims to support and promote the work of engineers in:

  • Communications engineering
  • Computer Systems engineering
  • Electronics engineering
  • Information Engineering
  • Software Engineering

The core role of the Queensland ITEE Branch is to provide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to Queensland-based EA members in the ITEE disciplines, and promotion of membership to engineers practising in these fields.

Committee

Chairman
Robert Ellen

Deputy Chair
Manu Hingorani

Secretary/Treasurer and Immediate Past Chair
Brian O'Neill

Contact us

Email: Robert Ellen

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