Sensors Council Chapter2024-06-09T16:29:08+01:00

Sensors Council Chapter

Welcome to the IEEE UK and Ireland Sensors Council Chapter.

IEEE Sensors Council UK and Ireland Chapter was founded in 2015 to focus IEEE’s widely scattered sensor activities, via lectures, webinars, journals and yearly conferences.

Our Chapter is responsible for coordinating IEEE Sensors Council activities for much of Region 8. This region has a diverse technical and scientific community in the sensors areas in both academia and industry.

This Chapter is relevant to thousands of engineering professional working in the area sensors in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland region. This includes researchers, engineers, professionals, employers, and students, with the trusted information, networking, and career-development source for a regional community of technology leaders.

The Chapter aims to consolidate and enhance the sensors activity in the region by providing perspectives on developing and working to shape the local technology policy.

We welcome all interested parties to attend our programs and events.

Chapter Committee

Dr Paul Wright
Dr Paul WrightChapter Chair

Upcoming Events

301, 2021

Watch Again | Extracting Vector Measurements at Millimetre and Sub-millimetre Wave Frequencies Without Using a Vector Network Analyser by Sillas Hadjiloucas

In this webinar, alternative methodologies for performing component characterisation without using vector network analysers will be discussed including how to perform amplitude and phase measurements using quasi-optical null-balance bridge techniques and how to measure propagation constants in waveguides.

1111, 2017

Event Review – IEEE Young Professionals Halloween Party at the IEEE SENSORS Conference

The IEEE Young Professionals Halloween Party was held during the IEEE SENSORS Conference on 30th Oct 2017 in Glasgow, UK. IEEE Young Professionals at the IEEE Sensors Council brings together over 100 young professionals in the fields of sensors, building bridges between young researchers and fellows.

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