This programme supports women from academia or industry who have been in an industry/postgraduate position for less than 10 years. This second event converges novel (state-of-the-art) research areas in engineering, establishing networking/collaboration links, exploring new research opportunities for developing interactions between Academia, Industry and Government fostering economic and social development.
As a result of a second year of funding from a new initiative, sponsorship opportunities are available for current and newly graduated students to spend time in industry in any of the upcoming areas of quantum technologies, neuromorphic computing/accelerators of AI, compound semiconductors (GaN and SiC),5G/IOT and renewables.
The UK and Ireland Women in Engineering Affinity Group is excited to announce a series of new awards for 2021. The intention is to recognise volunteers and members who have made a significant contribution to supporting Women in Engineering.
IEEE UK and Ireland PES Chapter in conjunction with the IEEE Student Branch Chapter at Northumbria University, and Section Ambassador Rahul R Urs hosted two PES Day Webinars; the Young Professionals talk “How to Get Published with IEEE” by Edward Wong and a technical talk “Smart Microgrids” by Dr Mousa Marzband.
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