COVID-19 precautions for in-person attendance - We want to make sure that everyone attending or working at our events remains as safe as possible. We follow Government guidance and are committed to being a COVID-19 safe and secure venue in line with our Meetings Industry Association (MIA) Secure and ‘We’re Good to Go’ statuses. More details will be found on your event website.

  • Dec
    01
    Online
    What does COP 26 mean for Power Networks?

    IET Scotland PTN held its first COP26 event in October, where delegates joined to hear Jim McOmish SPEN, and Stewart Reid SSEN present on the challenges of delivering low carbon technologies, against the backdrop of COP 26. We are delighted to invite you to our follow up event where we will be joined by; Simon Gill from the Directorate of Energy and Climate Change at Scottish Government and Graham Ault, Executive Director at Smart Grid Solutions. Simon and Graham will share their expertise including notable projects, and the potential impact of COP26 on power networks. The presentations will be followed by a Q&A and panel session.

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    Webinar Free
  • Responsible AI webinar series: AI in Power Systems
    Dec
    02
    Online
    Responsible AI webinar series: AI in Power Systems

    How do we use data in the energy sector.

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    Webinar
  • Dec
    02
    Course
    Influencing and persuading - 'live' e-class

    This 90-minute ‘live’ e-class is suitable for anyone who wants and needs to influence others as part of their role. This may include influencing clients, your peers, your manager or other stakeholders.

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    Webinar
  • Dec
    02
    EngTalk
    Engineering and Technology Question Time - The Role of Renewable Energy and Sustainability on the Future of Engineering

    We are delighted to announce our first in-person event to be held since the COVID-19 pandemic- ‘The Engineering and Technology Question Time- The Role of Renewable Energy and Sustainability on the Future of Engineering’

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    Birmingham Free
  • Dec
    02
    Online
    CorrosionRADAR - A journey from an invention to a global corrosion monitoring company

    This talk is about the journey of an invention from an academic environment to become a product which is being adopted by the largest energy companies on the planet. Corrosion has a big impact in many sectors and it's estimated that it costs about 3% of the world's GDP every year. Manufacturing industries such as power, chemicals and oil & gas spend hundreds of billions of dollars every year to control and mitigate this issue. CorrosionRADAR was born to address this issue through sensing and predictive analytics and is on the path to make a global impact on pipeline corrosion through its technology. In this talk, entrepreneurial experiences in academia through to product launch will be shared within the context of looking at industrial corrosion sensing and predictive analytics.

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    Cambridge Free
  • The Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards
    Dec
    02
    Awards
    The Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards

    Six young women engineers have been announced as this year’s YWE finalists. Find out who will become our 2021 YWE winner on Thursday, 2 December at 7pm, with the virtual platform opening from 6pm.

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    Webinar
  • Dec
    03
    Course
    Leading and Developing Successful Teams - live e-class

    This interactive e-class aims to provide basic hints and tips on how to lead and develop successful teams.

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    Webinar
  • Dec
    04
    Seminar
    Technical Seminar on Managing client expectation when they set unrealistic goal

    “Do you feel difficult to lead your client to set realistic expectations?”. “Is it not easy for you to build relationship with client through relaxing conversation?” The above questions are frequently encountered by young engineers when they wish to engage with their clients but they have no clue to start. In this seminar the speaker - Dr Jessie Ho who is an organizational psychologist will share her practical tips and techniques to the attendees helping them to deal with difficult real-life situations about managing client expectation when they set unrealistic goals. The seminar will provide practical techniques to help attendees build professional relationship with clients through relaxing conversation, persuading them to accept proposals that are realistic, thus managing the expectation of the clients effectively. The said seminar is pitched for young engineers and technologists who have had some years of working experiences. The seminar will be conducted in a workshop style with role-play exercise and practical real-life cases for sharing and discussion.

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    Hong Kong Management Association Room 201, 2/F, First Commercial Building, 33 – 35 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay Free
  • Dec
    04
    Online
    Webinar: Smart Manufacturing Forum

    This is a hybrid mode event co-organization with The HK Polytechnic University, Department of Aeronautical and Aviation Department. Manufacturing forum is a flagship event conducted by MIES every year. During the forum, we discuss and share the updated information and technologies of related industries. The theme of this year is how the Smart Manufacturing benefit to the industries when at different stages from R&D to production and to the implementation of reindustrialization in HK.

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    Hong Kong Free
  • Dec
    04
    Online
    Technical Webinar on Future Planning for LRT Extension in Macau

    Currently Macau LRT is only serving the Taipa zone. It is hard to solve the transportation problem and satisfy the tourism future needs. In the next 4 years two extensions of LRT will be constructed, one to Hengqin and the other to Seac Pai Van, which will be a big change for Macau LRT development. The passengers will not be limited to local resident and tourism who stays in Macau. There will also be other passengers who come via China High-speed Railway (CHSR). Nevertheless, it is also necessary to be supported by other transportation infrastructure such as new bridges, tunnels between Taipa and Coloane, tunnel under the Guia hill, new roads and flyovers. The city master plan is very important for Macau’s future transport development.

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    Hong Kong Free
  • Dec
    06
    Technical visit
    Technical Visit to 5G Future Hall of Hong Kong Productivity Council

    A good opportunity to get a feel on how 5G communication network will benefit our well being The 5G network offers tremendous benefits to the industry and our living in terms of data speed, latency, efficiency, reliability and capacity. The low latency and ultra-high reliability of 5G, allowing for the connection of an enormous integrated network of devices accelerates Internet of Things (IoT) deployment. It brings high connection density and bandwidth which are essential technology advancement for various industries to perform ‘smart’ tasks with many applications such as automation, visual inspection, remote controlled machinery, artificial intelligence, cloud, blockchain and IoT. , The visit to 5G Future Hall will give our members the opportunity to understand up-close some of the new applications of the technology that they can adopt in their lines of business, inspiring them to develop new solutions and applications to capture new opportunities

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    Hong Kong Productivity Centre, Tat Chi Road, Kowloon Tong Free
  • Dec
    06
    Online
    IET Young Professionals M&WC Presents: Academia to Industry - The Challenge

    Topics covered are: 1- Making that first step in the industry. 2- A shift in the work culture. 3- The need to pick up new skills. 4- Adapting in industry.

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    Liverpool Free
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