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.

IEEE SSIT Lecture | Insights and Lessons Learnt from ‘Inclusive Multi-sensor Platform for Autistic Children that Encourages Social Interaction’ SIGHT Project

The project 'Inclusive multi-sensor platform for autistic children that encourages social interaction' was successfully completed in August 2021 by UK and Ireland SIGHT Group. This presentation shares project results alongside providing insight into how challenges related to project planning, proposal submission to IEEE HAC, stakeholders management, project execution and project monitoring were addressed.

IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecture | IoT via 5G and Beyond 5G Satellite Systems

One of the key drivers for next-generation mobile communications is the support of the Internet of Things (IoT), with billions of objects connected to the Internet and very low latency. This Distinguished Lecture investigates the integration of satellite technology and IoT, considering different architectures and sensor technologies as NB-IoT, LoRa/LoRaWAN, and SigFox.

IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecture | Ultra Reliable and Low Latency Communication (URLLC) for 5G, IoT, Time Sensitive Networking and V2X Communication

A new generation of services and applications is emerging that require lower latency, better reliability, large connections, and increased energy efficiency. This Distinguished Lecture sheds light on different aspects of Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication and Time-Sensitive Networking through the use of V2X as an example.

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