IEEE Young Entrepreneurs Open Day
Join us at the University College Dublin for a full day of events for students and young professionals looking for inspiration, resources and guidance to help start and grow their own business.
The program will include:
- Workshops and talks throughout the day by invited experts from business and industry sectors
- Professional […]
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The course will present an overview of major Power Quality issues facing modern industry, electrical power utilities and generation companies operating in the environment where increased portion of the electricity is generated, consumed and transmitted by power electronics interfaced generation, storage, load and transmission technologies.Find out more
Workshop on Wearable and Implantable Antennas and Propagation
Organised by the Centre for Wireless Innovation, ECIT Institute, Queen’s University, Belfast and the Antenna & High Frequency ResearchCentre, Dublin Institute of Technology the Workshop on Wearable and Implantable Antennas and Propagation will focus on the latest developments in wearable […]Find out more
The IEEE UK and Ireland Education Society Chapter in conjunction with UCL IEEE Student Branch presents a one-day seminar series on the engineering of terrestrial and planetary radars and exciting results of research from radar sounding – in Antarctica, Greenland and for the icy moons of Jupiter.
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Black Holes and Quantum Information – A free-to-attend general-interest lecture
A quantum computer makes use of the quantum states of subatomic particles to store and process information. Quantum computing has the potential to solve certain types of problems much more quickly than standard computers can do, and thus many researchers are working on developing large scale […]Find out more
The Section is pleased to announce an online briefing and consultation space for all IEEE members in the UK and Ireland Section. The sessions aim to give members an opportunity to hear about the exciting forthcoming events, initiatives and activities that are being planned, and allow you to interact with the Section Executive.
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EEEL620 Analog Microelectronics Presentations from IEEE student membersYour Content Goes Here
The IEEE University of Westminster Student Branch & Circuit and Systems Society Student Chapter and IEEE UK & Ireland Section are pleased to host the EEEL620 analog microelectronics presentations from IEEE student members.
TOPIC: Capacitive touch sensing technology and its application
Presenters: P. Abustan and S. Kremson
Letterkenny Institute of Technology in conjunction with the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers are proud to support this Celebration of Women in Computing. This event is a student led event which has resulted in many students taking on leadership roles. The event will see students present their posters and network over computing topics. The keynote speaker is Toni Collis of High Performance Computing.Find out more
Martin-Baker – New Ejection Seat Developments By James Pearse – A free-to-attend general-interest lecture
The first ever live ejection took place on 30th May 1949, by Jo Lancaster. Jo was flying an Armstrong Whitworth AW52 aircraft and was forced to eject using a pre Mk1 ejection seat over Southam, Warwickshire. Many other milestones were achieved […]Find out more