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412, 2021

Son et Lumiere | Music Transmission with Light and Mirrors – a DIY Guide

December 4th, 2021|Categories: Photonics|

The newly formed IEEE photonics society branch at City, University of London has been very busy over the past few months with a series of photonics "Hackathons", which involve interesting, interactive and very easy to do experiments to demonstrate the wonders of photonics and inspire school pupils and undergraduates alike.

312, 2021

Event Report | Manchester Energy and Electrical Power System (MEEPS) Symposium 2021

December 3rd, 2021|Categories: Power and Energy|

From Wednesday 3rd to Friday 5th November 2021, the IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter at the University of Manchester (UoM) hosted the flagship annual event, Manchester Energy and Electrical Power System (MEEPS) Symposium 2021.

112, 2021

Watch Again | SMC Webinar – The History of Cybernetics

December 1st, 2021|Categories: Systems Man and Cybernetics|

In this webinar, Richard Mitchell, Professor of Cybernetics, discusses the origins of the subject – including the first human-made cybernetic system in 250 BC, influences prior to the Macy Conferences which led to Norbert Wiener’s 1948 pioneering book, reasons for the name Cybernetics and some notable British Cyberneticists.

3011, 2021

Event Report | The ‘Career Networking’ Series, University of Birmingham IEEE Student Branch (PES)

November 30th, 2021|Categories: Power and Energy|

The ‘Career Networking’ series event was organised by the University of Birmingham IEEE Student Branch (PES) on 29th September 2021. Dr Dechao Kong was invited to give a presentation on the topic of ‘Career Networking From Academia to Industry’.

2811, 2021

Watch Again | IEEE Nanotechnology Chapter Distinguished Lecture – Nanoplasmonics: Reaching Out to the Single Molecule

November 28th, 2021|Categories: Nano Technology|

Arthur Ashkin was co-recipient of the Nobel prize in 2018 for his work on optical tweezers, however, those conventional optical tweezers are limited to objects that are 100 nm in size. This talk reviews work on nanoaperture optical tweezers that can trap particles down to the single digit nanometer size, including proteins.

2711, 2021

IEEE Appoints Dr Mona Ghassemian as Member of the 2022 MGA Nominations and Appointments Committee

November 27th, 2021|Categories: IEEE|

UK and Ireland Section Chair, Dr Mona Ghassemian has been appointed to serve as a member of the 2022 MGA Nominations and Appointments Committee. 

2711, 2021

Watch Again | LMAG Event Panel Discussion: Blockchain, Crypto Currency and DeFi – Are Cryptocurrencies Here to Stay?

November 27th, 2021|Categories: Blockchain, LMAG|

The panel session discusses Blockchain technologies and considers how they have enabled several new economic and business models such as crypto currencies and decentralised finance (DeFi), and many other advances in the FinTech industry.

2311, 2021

UK and Ireland Antennas and Propagation Chapter Wins 2021 Best Chapter Award from IEEE APS Society

November 23rd, 2021|Categories: Antennas and Microwave Scotland|

IEEE UK and Ireland Section is delighted to announce that its Antennas and Propagation Chapter has won best chapter award 2021 from IEEE APS society.

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