Association for Engineering Education in South East Asia (AEESEA)
The idea for a regional association for engineering education, was first conceived at the UNESCO Regional Seminar on New Approaches to Engineering Education in Asia, held at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur during March 9-13, 1970. The objective of this organization is to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas on new approaches and developments in Engineering Education.
This proposal was followed by a meeting at the UNESCO Field Service Office in Jakarta, which was sponsored by UNESCO and the World Federation of Engineering Organization (WFEO). This meeting was attended by representatives from Australia, Indonesia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Japan, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand, and the Association for Engineering Education in South East Asia (AEESEA) was established.
The inaugural meeting of AEESEA was held at the College of Engineering, University of the Philippines in Manila during October 18-19, 1973 in conjunction with the UNESCO regional seminar on Education, Industry Cooperation and Training. In 1989, the name of the association was changed to the Association for Engineering Education in South East and East Asia and the Pacific (AEESEAP) to comprehensively reflect the region of the member countries.
World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO)
Founded in 1968 under the auspices of UNESCO, the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) is the main body for engineering globally, it brings together national and regional engineering institutions from nearly 100 nations and represents more than 30 million engineers.
WFEO, as a member of the United Nations Scientific and Technological Community Major Group, works with international organizations to progress the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through engineering.
WFEO provides high-level advice on key issues that include engineering education standards, capacity building, anti-corruption measures, environment, energy, ICT and Engineering innovation, climate change and disaster risk management.
Engineers Australia is the trusted voice of the profession. We are the global home for engineering professionals renowned as leaders in shaping a sustainable world. As Australia’s principal engineering association, we serve and represent over 100,000 professionals at every level, across all fields of practice. We are committed to advancing engineering and the professional development of our members.
With countless organisations, institutions and government agencies relying on our expertise to create, accredit and assess engineering programs and practitioners, our proven dedication to engineers and industry is unparalleled.
Wherever your engineering career takes you, Engineers Australia is your global home for life.
Chinese Institute of Engineers (CIE)
The Chinese Institute of Engineers (CIE), established in 1912, is the most-historic and largest multi-disciplinary professional organization in Taiwan. CIE, with seven regional and overseas chapters, has 27 working committees and close to 20,000 individual and group members.
To fulfil the vision of sustainability and innovation orientation, CIE devotes itself to facilitate communication among engineers in different disciplines and conduct trainings and seminars on advanced technologies. From global engagement side, CIE plays an essential role in representing Taiwan in international engineering organizations, including WFEO, APEC Engineer Register, IPEA Register, FEIAP, etc. We cordially invite all engineering colleagues worldwide to join us in building a brighter future.
China Association for Science and Technology (CAST)
As the largest non-governmental organization of scientific and technological professionals in China, the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) serves as a bridge that links the Chinese government to the country’s science and technology community. Through its 210 national member societies and local branches, CAST maintains close ties with millions of Chinese scientists, engineers and other professionals. CAST is a constituent member of the country’s top political advisory body — the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). Since its inauguration, CAST has made significant contributions to the prosperity and development of science and technology, to the popularization of science and technology among the public, to the emerging of large numbers of professional talents, and to the overall economic and social development in China.
The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE)
The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) was initially founded in Hong Kong in 1947 as The Engineering Society of Hong Kong to promote the professional standing, interests and technical standards of local engineers across a broad spectrum of engineering specialisations. Ever since, the Society had been advancing its members’ professional and social involvement as it flourished. It was then granted the official status as a statutory body and was incorporated in 1975 as the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers under the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Ordinance, Chapter 1105 of the Laws of Hong Kong — as the city itself went through decades of phenomenal growth in areas of infrastructure, industrial and social development with engineers playing their pivotal roles during such process.
The Institution of Professional Engineers, Japan (IPEJ)
IPEJ, which is an official public interest incorporated institution under the Professional Engineer Act of Japan, was established in 1951. The objective of the IPEJ is to perform the clerical work with respect to training of the professional engineers, guidance and communication of the members in order to contribute to the maintenance of the dignity of the Professional Engineers and to the progress and improvement of the practice thereof and eventually contribute to the improvement of science and technology and to the development of the national economy and cooperation with the foreign countries. Technical Disciplines of IPEJ cover all the Japanese technological fields.
Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN)
The Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) is a statutory body set up by the Federal Government of Nigeria and established by Decree No. 55 of 1970 as amended by Decree 27 of 1992 and now Engineers (Registration, etc.) Act CAP E11 of 2004, with the mandate to regulate the practice of Engineering in all aspects and ramifications. COREN carries out this mandate through Accreditation of Engineering Programmes in Universities, Polytechnics and Technical Colleges, Registration of Engineering Personnel and Firms, Engineering Regulation Monitoring and Issuance of Engineering Regulations.
Peruvian Association of Professional Engineers (CIP)
The Peruvian Association of Professional Engineers (CIP) is a non-profit, self-governing organization with a decentralized structure representing the engineering profession in Peru.
Founded in 1962, CIP is the competent authority to register and license engineers as well as supervise the practice of engineering in Peru. The CIP is composed of 1 National Council and 28 Regional Councils and represents more than 200 thousand Peruvian engineers
Intelligent Transportation Society (ITS) Singapore
The Intelligent Transportation Society (ITS) Singapore is a non-profit association with the aim to bring together the professional interests of those in public and private organizations, practitioners, academics and researchers related to ITS, and create opportunities for networking and interaction.
Its missions are:
• To promote & support the development of the ITS Industry in the interests of Singapore
• To represent Singapore and support the activities & interests of the ITS AP & ITS WC entities
• To champion, promote & protect the interests of companies, business organizations, educational and research institutions, firms, partnerships & other entities legally organized for ITS business in Singapore
• To act as the advisory, consultative & coordinating body for the ITS Industry
• To promote, organize, manage & stage seminars, conferences, exhibitions & other events relevant to the ITS Industry
Institution of Civil Engineering (ICE)
The world’s oldest professional engineering body, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) in London, reached its bicentenary in 2018. To mark this milestone and showcase the impact engineers have on the world, ICE, together with the World Federation of Engineering Organisations, is holding the first Global Engineering Congress (GEC).
The world urgently needs to take action on climate change, and engineers have a vital role to play in delivering clean water, sustainable energy and a connected world. In October, the weeklong Congress will bring together the worldwide community to agree how to create real change and formulate a plan to deliver the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMECHE)
Headquartered in London, The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is one of the fastest growing global engineering institutions.
With operations around the world, our members are working at the heart of the most important and dynamic industries. We believe that engineers have a vital role to play in tackling the real and complex challenges our world faces. By becoming a member of the Institution, you will be part of a community devoted to promoting the value of your profession.
Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE)
The IRSE is the professional institution for all those engaged in or associated with railway signalling and telecommunications, train control, traffic management and allied professions. The Institution was formed in 1912, and has its headquarters in London, UK. It, and its members, are active worldwide, with 50% of its membership outside the UK.
The Institution aims to advance the science and practice of train control and communications engineering within the industry, and to maintain high standards of knowledge and competence within the profession. The overriding purpose in doing this is for the public benefit, to help ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and freight by rail.
National Association for the Engineering, Modelling and Simulation (NAFEMS)
NAFEMS is the International Association for the Engineering Modelling, Analysis and Simulation Community. We focus on the practical application of numerical engineering simulation techniques such as the Finite Element Method, Computational Fluid Dynamics, and Multibody Simulation. Stakeholders include technology providers, researchers and academics as well as end-users. Amongst NAFEMS principal aims the association seeks to improve the professional status of all persons engaged in the use of engineering simulation. Through its Technical Working Groups NAFEMS helps establish best practice in engineering simulation. Our ongoing professional activities provide a focal point for the dissemination and exchange of information and knowledge relating to engineering simulation.
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