IEEE PES UK&I Chapter Annual Christmas Distinguished Lecture | Energy Quality: Why Does It Matter? by Prof Xiao-Ping Zhang

University of Birmingham Poynting Building, Birmingham

The fundamental approach to implement Net-zero is to massively integrate renewable energy sources into energy supply. With the massive penetration of renewable energy into power systems, variations including fluctuations and intermittency of output powers of these renewable sources are of great concerns.

IEEE UK & Ireland Section Annual Christmas Lecture | POISE: A Generic Framework Targeting the Design and Development of Perfect Interactive Systems Despite Imperfect Users and Imperfect Developers by Dr Philippe Palanque

University of Westminster Regent Cinema, 309 Regent Street, London

The operator is frequently considered as the main sources of vulnerability in command and control systems; for example, in a 2006 survey 79% of fatal accidents in aviation were attributed to “human error.” Focusing on interactive systems specificities, this presentation provides a comprehensive description of faults covering both development and operation phases.

City Conference on Robotics and Autonomous Systems

City, University of London Lecture Theatre B200, University Building B, Northampton Square,, London

This event is a symposium organised by City University, London and supported by IEEE UK and Ireland Robotics and Automation Society Chapter, featuring a diverse range of keynote talks on robotics and autonomous systems.

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