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Tunisia

Our Country Tunisia, officially the Republic of Tunisia, is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa. It shares borders with Libya in the south and Algeria in the west. In the north and east is washed by the Mediterranean Sea. The country occupies an area of 163,610 square kilometers. Tunisia’s current population is 11.9 million . Tunisia’s name is derived from its capital city, Tunis , which is located on its northeast coast. Tunisia’s Republic Motto is : “freedom, dignity, justice, and order”

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Sousse

Our City Sousse or Soussa , is the capital of the Sousse Governorate. Located 140 km south of the capital Tunis, the city has approximately 300,000 inhabitants . Sousse has a long history, dating back over 2,800 years, and has a great deal of character. It was developed in the 1960s as a tourist destination and now has a great deal to offer from its historic Old Town and Medina to the busy port and local sandy beaches. It is home to the “University of Sousse” that currently counts up to 17 universities and institutes of higher education

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eniso

The National School of Engineering of Sousse or ENISo is a Tunisian engineering school which depends on the University of Sousse. It aims to meet a growing national need, day by day, for engineers specialized in high-tech industries. With her three streams, her research masters and her professional master’s degree, she trains engineers in applied computer science engineering, embedded telecommunications engineering, mechatronics engineering, mechanical and production engineering and industrial electronics engineering. Founded in July 2005, ENISo is first lodged in the Bab Jedid district of Sousse, before settling in September 2011 in the Technopole of Sousse, near the nursery business.


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ieee

IEEE, an association dedicated to advancing innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity, is the world’s largest technical professional society. It is designed to serve professionals involved in all aspects of the electrical, electronic, and computing fields and related areas of science and technology that underlie modern civilization. IEEE’s roots go back to 1884 when electricity began to become a major influence in society. There was one major established electrical industry, the telegraph, which since the 1840s had come to connect the world with a data communications system faster than the speed of transportation. The telephone and electric power and light industries had just gotten underway.

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IEEE Tunisia Section

The IEEE Tunisia section, under the IEEE Region 8, is a non-profit organisation representing IEEE in Tunisia which was established on June 21,2007.
IEEE Tunisia Section aims to spread IEEE Activities to all corners of the country by educational and technical activities, human networking, and to develop technology and its applications for humanitarian challenges. The section supports Chapters, special interest groups, student activities and student awards.
IEEE Tunisia Section mission is to assist and improve the electrical, electronic, computer and information technology industries; in Tunisia by Providing practical liaisons between academia and the technical workforce, and Advancing the professional standing of our members and their industry.

ieee eniso sb

IEEE ENISo Student Branch was initially created in 2012. However, the Student Branch remained dormant for a couple of years, until a group of students took over the SB in 2015. The Student Branch’s goal is the dissemination of the knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of electrical engineering, computer science and the related arts and sciences, as well as the furtherance of the professional development of the students. The SB seeks to frame promising engineers who would benefit the world. We aim to provide members with the technical knowledge and soft skills that will prepare them to tackle their future careers.


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