The 10th International Workshop on Signal Design and its Applications in Communications (IWSDA'21) aims to foster fruitful interactions among signal designers, coding theorists, cryptographic researchers and communications practitioners from all over the world.
IEEE PES Student Branch (University of Manchester) | Virtual Site Visit to Drax Power Station Come and join us on this exciting tour to one of the world’s leading sustainable biomass generation and supply business. We will explore what biomass enables us to achieve for the environment and the economy. In this webinar [...]
The lecture will review the AI robotics roadmap for space missions and what’s over the horizon. It will also present some latest research work and technology development involving robotic vision, machine learning and biomimetic mechanisms, applicable to mission scenarios such as formation flying, on-obit assembly, active debris removal, planetary sample return and ISRU.
The IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter at University College Dublin and IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter at The University of Manchester will host the IEEE PES Distinguished Lecturer Program “February Texas Blackouts and Grid Reliability” By Dr Jessica Bian. This talk will explore what happened in Texas and what will be a post-mortem analysis and assessment of alternatives.
The Imperial College IEEE Student Branch is teaming up with the EEE PhD Student Representatives to bring you the 2021 IEEE Conference on Advances in Communications, Devices and Systems (ACDS). This year’s conference theme is “Things that might shock you” and includes a keynote presentation by Dr Ayush Bhandari of Imperial College London.
The newly formed UK and Ireland chapter of IEEE Nanotechnology Council is pleased to announce its kick-off meeting with presentations from several subject experts.
IEEE Future Networks UK and Ireland Local Group is pleased to present a webinar "Role of UAVs in future wireless networks" consisting of two presentations: "UAV Infrastructure in Future Wireless Networks: Opportunities and Challenges" by Boris Galkin and "Role of flying platforms for global connectivity: Paving the Way Towards Future Wireless Networks" by Muhammad Zeeshan Shakir
As an introduction to the application of digital ledger technologies (DLTs) such as blockchain to seafood traceability, this webinar is designed to discuss the factors that make these technologies a potential solution to address the inherent challenges existing in the seafood supply chain.
This webinar will introduce the speaker’s career roadmap from Academia to Industry in the UK and show the speaker’s core strengths during his 13-year practice in the UK’s academia and industry.
Early Career Talk aims to expose the participants to novel areas and aspect of engineering in solving real world problems. It also aims to establish a link for networking, mentorship and to create a connection for research opportunities.