IEEE Islamabad Section History
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The Islamabad Section is located in Region 10, and was formed on 12 February 2000. The Islamabad Section is one of the three Sections of Pakistan. The Sections are in Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad. Peshawar sub-section is also there in the map of IEEE in Pakistan. The Islamabad Section has a Joint Chapter of Control Society with IEEE Karachi Section.
The IEEE Islamabad Section won the Region 10 "Outstanding Medium Section" recognition award for 2015-16.
Laiba Javed from IEEE UET Taxila Student Branch received "WIE Outstanding Student Volunteer Award" in recognition of leadership and contributions to Student Branch WIE activities in IEEE Islamabad Section.
IEEE UET Taxila Student Branch received recognition as IEEE R10 Examplary Student Branch 2016 from IEEE Membership & Geographic Activities.
IEEE Islamabad Section Executive Committee
The IEEE Islamabad Section Executive Committee
Dr. Aftab Maroof
Dr. Muhammad Uzair Khan
Dr. Mansoor Ahemd
Chair Educational Activities
Dr. Amir Qayyum
Chair Professional Activities
Chair Computer Society
Dr. Azzam ul Asar
Chair IEEE Peshawar Sub Section
Chair Power Engineering/Power Electronics
Dr. Umar Khan Khattak
Chair GRSS Chapter
Dr. M. Aamer Iqbal Bhatti
Chair IEEE Islamabad-Lahore-Karachi [Joint Sections Control Systems Society]
Dr. Muhammad Ahmed Chaudhry
Chair Membership Development
Air Cdre (R) Dr. Khalid
Chair AESS Islamabad Section
Dr. Zohaib Iqbal
Chair Electronic Communications
Mr. Ahsan Farouqi
Chair Student Activities
Dr. Durdana Habib
Chair WIE Affinity Group
Miss Umay Salma
Section Student Representative
The IEEE Islamabad Sub-Section was founded on August 5th, 1998, at the conference hall of the Pakistan Engineering Council, Islamabad - the scenic capital of Pakistan. In this inaugural meeting, Dr. Muhammad Akbar was elected its first chairman. Professor Muhammad Zafrullah and Engr. Shahab Hussain were elected as secretary and assistant secretary respectively.
This was necessitated by the growing number of members in Region 10. It will serve as the center of all professional activities of IEEE in the capital and adjoining areas.