IEEE Women in Engineering | Career Development Day – Electronic and Communication Engineering

Queen Mary University of London The Octagon, 327 Mile End Road, London

IEEE Women in Engineering | Career Development Day - Electronic and Communication Engineering This event is aimed at students in electronic and communication engineering who want to: Meet and hear about the latest technologies and research by leaders in the field, Get advice about career paths and opportunities by representatives of major communication [...]

EMC Distinguished Lecture | Design and SI/PI Analysis of High Performance Memory Systems

University of Westminster C1.18 Pavilion, Cavendish Building, 115 New Cavendish Street, London

This Distinguished Lecture starts with an introduction to memory systems in computing devices such as computers, tablets or smartphones, following which an in depth analysis of standard memory systems for low power and high performance applications will be provided.

IEEE Milestone Award Event | Celebrating the Invention of the CT X-Ray Scanner at EMI Electronics, Hayes, England by Sir Godfrey Hounsfield

Jupiter House Jupiter House, 150 Clayton Road, Hayes, Middlesex

It is 50 years since the emergence of the CT scanner demonstrated the arrival of a powerful new imaging technology that would transform diagnostic medicine for millions of patients across the world. The plaque will be unveiled on Wednesday October 26th at Jupiter House, formerly the EMI Head Office, Clayton Road, Hayes.  The ceremony  will take place from 2-4pm.

IEEE UK & Ireland Autumn 2022 Meeting

University College Dublin Room 1.35, NovaUCD, Belfield Innovation Park, Dublin

The Section Chapters Chairs Meeting and Autumn 2022 meeting will take place on Thursday 27th October 2022 at University College Dublin.

IEEE Milestone Symposium | Celebrating the Invention of the CT X-Ray Scanner at EMI Electronics, Hayes, England by Sir Godfrey Hounsfield

The Royal Institution of Great Britain 21 Albemarle Street, London

It is 50 years since the emergence of the CT scanner demonstrated the arrival of a powerful new imaging technology that would transform diagnostic medicine for millions of patients across the world. A symposium of talks about the history of the invention and its subsequent application in clinical practice will be held on Thursday October 27th  at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, Albemarle Street, London.

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