The IEEE Subsea Innovation Technologies and Marine Workshop is set to cover a diverse spectrum of topics including ground breaking subsea monitoring technologies, cutting-edge advancements in subsea robotics, ROV/AUV innovations, sensor breakthroughs, and signal conditioning for marine applications.
Professor Saifur Rahman, the 2023 IEEE President & CEO, recently delivered a lecture titled “Decarbonisation Opportunities in the Electric Power Sector to Address Climate Change” at the University of Strathclyde IEEE Student Branch.
In this presentation, Dr Rahmatian provides an overview of advanced voltage and current sensors providing synchro-waveforms and their potential application, with a focus on grid resiliency. The presentation discusses applications such as accurate fault location and high-frequency harmonics detection near IBRs.
The IEEE UK & Ireland Section is welcoming volunteer applications for committee members for the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, Industry Applications Society, Industrial Electronics Society, Joint Broadcast Technology and Consumer Technology Society, and Joint Technology and Engineering Management and Professional Communication Society.
This Distinguished Lecture provides an overview of Canadian provincial and remote community grids, and a more detailed discussion of Ontario’s power grid, market, and future expansion plans, from an emissions perspective.
This twelfth IEEE WIE UKI "Early Career Talks" event brings together the 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.
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