IEEE UK and Ireland Section is pleased to announce the formation of IEEE nanotechnology chapter. The chapter is developing an exciting events programme and is keen to build its membership. All interested members are to get in touch.
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.
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.
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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