The founding signatories of the Accord in 1989 were: Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) - USA, Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE), Engineering Council (EC UK), Institution of Engineers of Ireland (IEI), Institution of Engineers, Australia (IEAust), and Institution of Professional Engineers, New Zealand (IPENZ).
What does IEAUST stand for?
IEAUST stands for Institution of Engineers, Australia
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- International Eurasian Academy of Sciences
- International Exotic Animal Sanctuary, Inc. (Boyd, TX)
- International Experimental Aerospace Society
- Institute of Estate Agents of South Africa (est. 1937; Pinelands, Capetown, South Africa)
- International Education Association of South Africa
- Importers and Exporters Association of Taipei (est. 1947; Taiwan)
- Incessant Ectopic Atrial Tachycardia (cardiology)
- Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand
- International Electoral Assistance Team (United Nations)
- International Expressive Arts Therapy Association
- Instituto de Estudos Avançados (Portuguese: Institute for Advanced Studies; Brazilian General-Command for Aerospace Technology)
- Initiative to Educate Afghan Women (Bristol, RI)
- Intermediate Energy Activation Yields
- Immigration Enquiry Bureau (UK)
- IMS (Information Management System) Edit Batch (IBM Corp.)
- Independent Evaluation Briefing
- Independent Examinations Board (South Africa)
- Industrial Electronic Bulletin
- Institut d'Elimination du Bégaiement (French: International Institute for Elimination of Stuttering)
- Institute of Economic Botany (New York Botanical Garden)
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Farrell has just been awarded the 1997 David Dewhurst Award, at the Annual General Meeting of the College of Biomedical Engineers, Institution of Engineers, Australia.
Hellestrand is emeritus professor of computer science and engineering at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia, and a Fellow of the IEEE and The Institution of Engineers, Australia.