IEEE Tunisian Students And Young Professionals Congress

The Tunisian Students and Young Professionals Congress (TSYP) is the IEEE Tunisian Annual Meeting where more than 800 engineering students from several Tunisian universities, as well as young professionals, gather to learn further details about the IEEE technical, professional, and educational benefits; and to discuss the future engineering challenges worldwide and in Tunisia.

This event is aiming to help IEEE members interact, collaborate, increase effective networking and get further insight by the exchange of knowledge and skills.

The different sessions and workshops through the congress will be presented by highly qualified national and international speakers. The program also includes a competition between IEEE student branches in Tunisia in order to select the student branch to organize the next IEEE TSYP congress. In 2019, IEEE ENIG Student Branch Won the prganization of the TSYP 8th Edition


IEEE is the biggest technical professional organization all over the world which was established to advance technology for the humanity’s sake. It inspires a worldwide community to innovate for a better future thanks to its members who are more than 423,000 person in over 160 countries and its highly cited publications , conferences , technology standards , and professional and educational activities. It absolutely represents the engineering , computing , and technology information around the world.


Region 8 covers covers Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Region 8 Vision
Region 8 is an effectively organized, dynamic and influential entity, recognized as a leading and esteemed part of a truly transnational IEEE, with IEEE benefits equally available to all members
Region 8 Mission
To serve the needs of the members of the Institute, the profession and society at large, by enhancing and supporting the IEEE’s Organizational Units and their activities within Region 8

IEEE Tunisia Section

In 2008 , the “ieee tunisia section” was set as part of “ieee region 8” (europe, africa and middle east).

It points to share ieee activities to every inch of the country through educational and technical activities, human networking, and to develop technology and its applications for humanitarian challenges.

It also supports chapters, special interest groups, student activities and student awards because its mission is to improve the electrical, electronic, computer and information technology industries


IEEE ENIG Student Branch was founded in 2nd January 2013 at the National School of Engineering of Gabès ENIG.As part of IEEE Tunisia Section our mission is to integrate students in professional life by giving them the opportunity to participate in various activities.