he 5th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Soft Robotics deals with the theme of “Soft Robots for the Planet”, presenting the most recent progress in the various fields of soft robotics and discussing new science, new technologies and new opportunities for the design, development and application of “green” soft robots for Earth’s safeguard, human healthcare and the improvement of the quality of life.
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.
This talk will review the benefits of using nanostructured metal wire meshes, impossible to resolve by the naked eye, which can be fabricated for large area products and flexible devices in roll-to-roll fashion.
Hosted by Professor Okyay Kaynak, Emeritus Professor and UNESCO Chair of Mechatronics, this hybrid event will discuss the emerging AI technologies, industry and the effects on people’s lives because of changes to these domains.
Using the insurance industry to illustrate how deploying permissioned/consortium blockchains correctly can transform industries
Applications of optical tweezers to biological systems have been, and remain, one of the outstanding successes of the technique. In this talk, Prof Philip Jones will give a short introduction to optical tweezers, including what makes them suitable for use in biology and the life sciences.
In this ETSIG talk Dr Daneshvar, who has years of experience in energy, environment and geosciences, will talk about the potential implications of the Ukraine war on energy supply and policy in Europe, and how renewables development might be affected.
The Section Chapters Chairs Meeting and Annual General Meeting (AGM) Spring 2022 will take place on Friday 29th April 2022 at at Glasgow Caledonian University - Scotland.
This presentation will take the audience through historical achievements of resonant cavity antenna technology, giving emphasis to breakthroughs in the last 20 years up to a recent method of steering its beam continuously in 2D (i.e., azimuth and elevation).
The presentation will cover an overview of what the UKCA marking means, when it applies, and what pieces of legislation sit behind it.