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  • 13-Jun-86 South Africa Section Chapter, C16 Chapter, 13-Apr-87 South Africa Jt. Chapter, IE13/PE31/IA34/PEL35, Joint Chapter, 16-Apr-90 South Africa Section
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  • logging in and editing it. A Brief History of Electrical Engineering in South Africa (.ppt, 18 MB, with voiceover)
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  • (North) and Italy (Central & South) on 23 May 1966; until 1988, Italy (Central & South) was called Italy (Middle & South). The two Sections were merged
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  • File:Region 8 - South Africa Section.pdf
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    (69.36 MB) - 14:56, 1 August 2017
  • File:South Africa Section petition letter.pdf
    1977, asking to create a South Africa Section of IEEE. Congratulatory letter from IEEE acknowledging the creation of South Africa Section
    (145 KB) - 12:44, 12 December 2008
  • File:IEEE Geographic Unit-South Africa Council R8 - Organizing Document.pdf
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  • File:IEEE Geographic Unit Organizing Document - South Africa.pdf
    (27 KB) - 19:34, 28 January 2010
  • – Morocco Vice Chair; Raphael Onoshakpor – Nigeria; Darryn Cornish – South Africa Vice Chair; Habib Kammoun – Tunisia and Simon Muwowo – Zambia. While
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  • Pretoria, South Africa, on November 23, 1887 to a prosperous farmer. He was the fifth child in a family which eventually grew to eight. Their South African origins
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  • Andrew John Eriksson Associated organizations South Africa National Electrical Engineering Laboratories Dr. Andrew J. Eriksson has made fundamental
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  • Allan Cormack Birthdate 1924/02/23 Birthplace Johannesburg, South Africa Death date 1998/05/07 Awards Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Allan
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  • John E. Karlin Birthdate 1918/02/28 Birthplace Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa Associated organizations Harvard University, Bell Labs Fields of study
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  • Location Capetown, South Africa IEEE Regions 8 IEEE sections South Africa Achievement date range 1899-1902 Capetown, South Africa, Dedicated September
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  • Batchelder, Paul Buchanan, Richard Dimascio, D Doering, J Freder Donze, R Edminister, J Fisher, J Foley, J Gamsby, K Gray, C Hadorn, Paul Hanna, James
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  • Somehow I came into contact with people from South Africa. They said, “Come to us.” We went in 1949 to South Africa. It was just an experience and nothing more
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  • chaired a study by the Academy of Science of South Africa and South African Academy of Engineering on South Africa’s technical readiness to support a shale
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  • the story of the sea. During a recent five-week voyage from Cape Town, South Africa, to the Caribbean, I had ample to time reflect on the extent to which
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  • Siberia San Diego Santa Clara Valley Seattle Seoul Singapore South Africa South Australia South Eastern Michigan Southern Alberta Spain Spokane Springfield
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  • representatives of Student Branches and GOLD groups ranging from Siberia to South Africa, came together for workshops and training sessions on "Creating tomorrow's
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  • China, India, and Pakistan have all demonstrated atomic bombs, while South Africa, Israel, and Iraq are known to have been working toward such weapons
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