On 23rd June 2021, the IEEE PES Women in Power and IEEE Women in Engineering in UK & Ireland celebrated the International Women in Engineering Day with this engaging webinar.
On Friday, 11th June 2021, the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Student Branch Chapter at the University of Manchester (UoM) hosted the 1st Virtual Pub Quiz on Power and Energy.
The PES Day 2021 Webinar "Towards a Sustainable Energy Future" was co-hosted by IEEE PES Women in Power UK & Ireland and IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter at The University of Manchester.
IEEE UK and Ireland PES Chapter in conjunction with the IEEE Student Branch Chapter at Northumbria University, and Section Ambassador Rahul R Urs hosted two PES Day Webinars; the Young Professionals talk “How to Get Published with IEEE” by Edward Wong and a technical talk “Smart Microgrids” by Dr Mousa Marzband.
The theme of the 4th IEEE PES Day is 'Clean Energy Revolution' and we are delighted to participate with the following technical lecture hosted by the University of Sheffield IEEE Student Branch.
Over the last few months IEEE Student Branches have organised a series of webinars relating to power and energy which are now available to watch again on-demand.
This webinar provided relevant information about what it takes to reach carbon neutrality with the help of hydrogen and other low carbon technologies in transport from the two countries' perspectives; Chile and the UK and Ireland.
Another chance to watch the UK and Ireland PES Chapter co-hosted webinar entitled “Quality Assurance of Transformer” presented by professional engineer Ronnie Minhaz.
Dr Alessandra Parisio, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at The University of Manchester, has been awarded the 2021 IEEE PES Outstanding Engineer Award.
IEEE Fellow and PES Member, Distinguished Professor Stephen McArthur, wins “IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann Award”
Professor Stephen McArthur, Deputy Associate Principal at the University of Strathclyde for Research, Knowledge Exchange and Innovation, has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann Award.