The Tunisian Students and Young Professionals Congress (TSYP) is the IEEE Tunisia section’s Annual Meeting where more than 500 engineering students from several Tunisian public and private universities, as well as young professionals, gather together to learn further details about the IEEE technical, professional, and education benefits; and to discuss the future engineering challenges worldwide and in Tunisia.
The purpose of this event is to help undergraduate, graduate students, and young professionals gain further insight, enabling exchange of knowledge and skills.
The program will includes technical, professional, educational, and social activities. Sessions will be presented by highly qualified national and international speakers.
The IEEE TSYP is also the unique event which bring several IEEE student branches to interact, to collaborate, and to increase effective networking.
The program also include a competition between IEEE student branches in Tunisia in order to select the student branch which will organize the next IEEE Tunisian Students and Young Professionals congress.
The congress is your opportunity to:
- Learn more about IEEE
- Network with industry professionals
- Enhance your soft skills
- Share skills, methods and insights
- Boost your leadership skills
- Participate in competitions
- Exchange ideas, experiences and thoughts
- Create value by implementing new ideas
- Most of all, just have FUN!
The 5th IEEE TSYP congress will be organized on 17-19 December 2017 in EL Mouradi Club Kantaoui by the ENIS student branch under the patronage of the Tunisia section. The congress is co-organized by the YP and WIE Tunisian affinity groups, the Industry applications, Computer, Communications, and Education societies Tunisian chapters.
Past congresses were organized by all student branches on 2013, by ENIS SB on 2014, by INSAT SB on 2015, and by ULT SB on 2016.
Looking forward to meet you soon!
Call for Sponsorship and Exhibition : The Organizing Committee for the 2017 IEEE TSYP congress cordially invites you to participate as a sponsor. You will have the unique opportunity to promote your company and market your brand to the best IEEE students and members at the National level. <Sponsorship Document pdf file>
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