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Smart Machines and Data: From ALMA to Zetabytes

The IET Appleton Lecture 2017

19 January 2017 | IET London: Savoy Place

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Introduction

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Danielle George (image) The IET Appleton Lecture took place on 19 January 2017.

The lecture was given by Professor Danielle George, Vice Dean for Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, and a Professor in the Microwave and Communications Systems research group at the University of Manchester.

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Professor George’s expertise in radio frequency and microwave communications has a wide range of applications across a number of industries.

To date most of her research and development work has been carried out on a variety of aspects relating to ultra-low noise receivers for Space and Aerospace applications. Danielle is also involved with the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) and is the UK lead for amplifiers for the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA).

 

Meet the speaker

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Professor Danielle George

Vice Dean for Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Professor Danielle George will talk about her work on the most advanced radio telescope ever and how she has made it part of her mission to show how creative engineering can be.

She firmly believes that having fun is the first step to solving the engineering grand challenges of the 21st century.

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Programme

18:00 - Registration
18:30 - Lecture commences
20:00 - Networking drinks
21:00 - Close