COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update - To maintain the safety of our members, volunteers, staff and everyone we work with, we have taken the decision to cancel or postpone all IET in-person events for the foreseeable future. However, we have a huge range of virtual events that we would be delighted to welcome you to – please see our event listing below or visit our webinar hub for more information. If you have any queries, please contact events@theiet.org or view the more detailed statement on the IET

  • May
    08
    Online
    Medicine 4.0 Series #: Medical Equipment Engineering by IR 4.0 Technical Network Malaysia

    Medicine 4.0 Series #: Medical Equipment Engineering

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    Selangor Free
  • May
    10
    Online
    HV Preventative Maintenance Techniques through Partial Discharge Testing

    This lecture will take you from the first principles of partial discharge, through how to detect it and importantly how to translate the results into preventative maintenance. The theory will be augmented by a recent case study where low level PD was found enabling the site to monitor and manage the risk until the next shut down.

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    Online Free
  • May
    10
    Online
    Why do arc flash calculations?

    Mike Frain CEng FIET MCMI will offer ten good reasons on why anyone responsible for the design of electrical networks or, for putting people to work on electrical systems, should be aware of arc flash calculations.

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    Webinar Free
  • May
    10
    Online
    HydroFlex and the Decarbonisation of the Railway

    A presentation on the HydroFLEX project - a ground-breaking partnership between the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education and railway rolling stock company, Porterbrook. A UK first, it demonstrates how hydrogen could be deployed across the rail network to offer a cleaner alternative to current diesel trains. Decarbonisation is one of two railway grand challenges (along with digitalisation) that requires a strategic, whole-sector approach with government, industry and academia working together.

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    Online Free
  • May
    11
    Online
    The development of the Cornish Beam engine

    Looking from the early stages with the discovery of the effects of steam from the ancient Greeks, the early pioneers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to the nineteenth century pioneers. Looking at the way in which James Watt’s original designed steam engine was altered to become what is known today as ‘The Cornish Beam Engine’. Also looking at the difference the next generation of Thermodynamic engineers such as Richard Trevithick developed what was to be known today as the Cornish Beam engine.

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    Webinar Free
  • May
    11
    Online
    Electromagnetic fields - risks to human health and control measures

    An update on the current research and legislation regarding the risks of electromagnetic fields on human health

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    Webinar Free
  • May
    12
    Online
    Face Masks – The Unexpected Industry

    The pandemic has made innovators out of everyone. From the way schools, restaurants, hospitals and even how zoo’s interact in their daily business. One constant has been the development of face masks. This talk explores how Dr Myant’s research group, the Advanced Manufacturing Lab at Imperial College London, responded to the urgent need for new forms of protective face masks faced by healthcare services and what it means for future industries.

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    Online Free
  • May
    12
    Online
    Virtual tour of the Port Talbot Tata Steel site

    With so many people working and learning remotely this presentation will give you the opportunity to experience a visit to a working steelworks to uncover the technology used to optimise the business in this competitive industry. Using video, 3D images and 3D models you can experience a huge and exciting business usually only seen by insiders. Once you have experienced the Blast Furnaces, Steel Making Plants and Rolling Mills, we will share some of the exciting technology from IoT to Cloud Analytics that drives our continuous improvement.

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    Online Free
  • May
    12
    Online
    To the other side of the world and beyond

    The webinar will NOT be recorded An appreciation of Amateur Radio - a hobby that takes you from the science textbooks to the other side of the world and beyond

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    Webinar Free
  • Shaping Northern Ireland’s Covid-19 recovery: accelerating the tech hub for the post-Covid era
    May
    13
    Online
    Shaping Northern Ireland’s Covid-19 recovery: accelerating the tech hub for the post-Covid era

    This webinar will look at this topic and discuss the following. What skills are needed to continue to develop NI’s tech hub and how can they be met? Is NI too dependent on foreign direct investment or are there other models that we should be aspiring to? How will support for the sector be affected by Brexit and what measures could the government take to fill these gaps?

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    Webinar Free
  • The future of manufacturing: improve your resilience with digital
    May
    13
    Online
    The future of manufacturing: improve your resilience with digital

    As the world re-emerges from the global Covid-19 pandemic, nations and communities are resolved to work harder to protect themselves, as best they can, from the prospect of future shocks and disruptions.

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    Webinar Free
  • May
    13
    Online
    Members annual information event 2021

    The Board of Trustees has agreed to follow the guidance of the Charity Commission regarding COVID-19 and to hold a virtual meeting only. The event will be held as a live webcast.

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    Webinar Free
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