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In-Person

Wireless Networks for 6G and Beyond: Not Just Communications

For the last five decades of cellular networks from 1G to 5G, the wireless network has been designed for communications. This talk discusses how 6G will be the first generation of networks to go beyond communications, to enable a number of exciting applications.
Speaker:
Professor Christos Masouros
Date/Time:
Wednesday 8th February 2023 @ 6:00 PM
Location:
IET Savoy Place, London
Hosted By:
IET London
In-Person

Hydrogen and The Energy Transition: Observations from the front line

In this talk, we will consider some of the ongoing developments in hydrogen and its role in the broader energy transition. In particular, we will consider some of the advantages, disadvantages and key challenges yet to be overcome.
Speaker:
Ben Clarke
Date/Time:
Tuesday 21st February 2023 @ 7:00 PM
Location:
Novotel London West Hotel Conference Centre Mezzanine floor, London, W6 8DR
Hosted By:
IET London
In-Person

The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things offers the vision of a hyper-connected world where physical objects and people seamlessly interconnect, exchanging data and making insightful decisions using artificial intelligence for the benefit of both individuals and society as a whole.
Speaker:
Ian Smith
Date/Time:
Thursday 23rd February 2023 @ 6:00 PM
Location:
Harrow on the Hill campus, Harrow. London
Hosted By:
IET London
In-Person

Making Cyber Security Accessible to Everyone

The pandemic has caused a wholesale move to online technology. This means it is now essential that cyber security is accessible to everyone. This talk explores the work IASME has been doing and what more needs to be done.
Speaker:
Dr Emma Philpott MBE
Date/Time:
Wednesday 8th March 2023 @ 6:01 PM
Location:
IET Savoy Place, London, WC2R 0BL
Hosted By:
IET London
In-Person

Does Net Zero need nuclear? - Broadening the application of nuclear power in the UK

This talk will explore the current technical and policy developments that might support the introduction of small modular reactors (SMRs) and small advanced reactors (AMRs) to reduce cost, provide flexibility and broaden the application to the provision of nuclear high-quality heat for industry.
Speaker:
Professor Juan Matthews
Date/Time:
Tuesday 21st March 2023 @ 7:00 PM
Location:
Novotel London West Hotel Conference Centre Mezzanine floor, London, W6 8DR
Hosted By:
IET London

Other events from around The IET

Online

Ireland Network AGM for 2022

Ireland Network AGM for 2022
Speaker:
Ireland LN
Date/Time:
Monday 30th January 2023 @ 6:30 PM
Venue:
Online via Zoom
Hosted By:
IET Ireland
Details:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jCAtfFo5L2MSlZYr3w6DWxDbjchQJlcS/view?usp=share_link
Online

How to Model, Test & Interface ADCs to avoid Timing and Systems Issues

IET Ireland Chair's Welcome and Lecture. The webinar centres around, how to design a robust and reliable interface from a PCB (Printed Circuit Board) perspective. The Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) focus areas are: How to model, design and simulate the interface in order to maximise the throughput of a high speed ADC, and how to avoid timing and production issues
Speaker:
Dr Ching Man Analog Devices ADI
Date/Time:
Tuesday 31st January 2023 @ 6:30 PM
Venue:
Online via Zoom
Hosted By:
IET Ireland
Details:
https://events.theiet.org/events/how-to-model-test-interface-adcs-to-avoid-systems-issues/
In-Person

0-60mph in 1.4 seconds. Design principles for breaking records.

What do we do as designers when standard parts and methods simply don't fit? Ex-Mcmurtry automotive electrical lead, Aaron Fordonnell, discusses how the team behind the McMurtry Speirling broke engineering challenges down to the fundamental physics to build the fastest car in the world that just happens to be able to drive on ceilings.
Speaker:
Aaron Fordonnell
Date/Time:
Tuesday 21st February 2023 @ 6:30 PM
Location:
University of Bath Chancellors' Building, Bath, BA2 7AY
Hosted By:
IET Somerset and West Wiltshire
In-Person

Gravito-Electro Magnetism: a new twist on Maxwells equations applied to gravity

A run through the history of gravitation and electro-magnetism and the way the two relate to each other
Speaker:
Dr Derek Finch
Date/Time:
Thursday 23rd February 2023 @ 7:30 PM
Location:
The Bargeman's Rest, Newport, PO30 5BS
Hosted By:
IET Solent
Details:
www.theiet.org/solent