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

  • Apr
    19
    Course
    Entries open Satellite Communications

    This popular and intensive course will provide you with an in-depth background of satellite communication techniques, modern satellite multiple access, modulation and coding schemes, as well as providing an update on key emerging technologies and future systems.

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    Guildford
  • Apr
    19
    Online
    Debate on UK's 5G Supply Chain Diversification Strategy

    A debate on the scientific and business impact on UK’s 5G Diversification Strategy, resulting from the proposed Telecommunications (Security) Bill giving rise to new business opportunities based on 5G architecture with open network interfaces.

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    Online Free
  • Electrical Safety Management
    Apr
    20
    Course
    Electrical Safety Management

    Unlike other online training the tutors will be available throughout, taking questions and facilitating group discussions

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    Webinar
  • Apr
    20
    Online
    Preparing for Professional Registration (PPR) live e-class

    With increased demand for online learning we have created an eclass for those interested in becoming professional registered.

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    Online course
  • Apr
    20
    Online
    Forty Years of Game Development

    Attention: Date and speaker changed. Since the release of Pong in 1972, the games industry has proven to be a resilient industry that has surpassed music, film and television combined in the revenues it generates. In this talk, Guy Davidson will take the engineer’s perspective of how things have developed from simple TTL devices attached to cathode ray tubes to sprawling 10 million line C++ codebases, and how the role of the engineer has kept pace with it.

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    Webinar Free
  • Apr
    20
    Online
    Hobby Electronics - Raspberry Pi and Arduino

    Hobby Electronics - Raspberry Pi and Arduino. This talk is complementary to the Webinar on Thursday 22nd April 2021 whose title is "The Road To PiWars, A Complex Robot From Consumer Tech".

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    Webinar Free
  • Apr
    21
    Online
    Sponsored Defence Aviation Safety Conference 2021

    SMi Group are delighted to announce that the 2021 edition of the Defence Aviation Safety conference will take place online as a virtual event on 21st and 22nd April 2021.

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    Webinar
  • Apr
    21
    Seminar
    Passive Remote Distributed Electrical Sensing (DES) for Power System Protection, Automation, and Asset Management

    In this talk, Synaptec managing director Philip Orr will tell us how the Glasgow-based company are helping to facilitate a global energy transition by improving the wide-area visibility and control of power systems using advanced fibre-optic technology.

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    Microsoft Teams Free
  • Apr
    21
    Online
    Technical Visit to Bilfinger UK

    A journey into the world of Digitalisation and Automation demonstrating how Bilfinger UK

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    Liverpool Free
  • Apr
    21
    Online
    Building the New Pooley Bridge

    Pooley Bridge is at the northern end of Lake Ullswater on the River Eamont which was crossed by a 250 year old stone bridge - until that was destroyed in the floods of Storm Desmond in 2015. This has now been replaced by a new bridge which was constructed on the river bank before being craned into place. The new stainless steel road bridge is the first structure of its kind in the country and cost £5M. The new bridge was built by Eric Wright Civil Engineering, and has been named as the best civil engineering project (over £5M) in the north west by the Civil Engineering Contractors' Association (NW). Speaker: Antony Mulligan, Senior Project Manager, Eric Wright Civil Engineering

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    Online Free
  • Apr
    21
    Online
    Storms in the World of Safety-Critical Software Development

    We are becoming increasingly reliant on the software embedded in safety-critical medical devices, industrial robots, railway signalling systems, (semi-)autonomous cars, aircraft control systems and soft-drink dispensers (sic!). Producing and verifying these systems is a specialised form of software development.

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    ottawa Free
  • Apr
    21
    Online
    Airborne Radar in the Battle of the Atlantic, 1940 – 1945

    Air to Surface Vessel (ASV) radars first entered service with RAF Coastal Command early in 1940, in response to the rapidly emerging U-boat threat to Atlantic shipping. Over the next 5 years there was an extraordinary growth in this new technology, including the development of the magnetron, which was to play a key role in the defeat of the U-boat threat. Dr Simon Watts MBE, will describe the radar systems developed in the UK and USA for use in airborne maritime surveillance and used by RAF Coastal Command and the RN Fleet Air Arm. His talk will also describe the equivalent airborne systems developed for the German Luftwaffe, intended to assist the U boats in finding the convoys.

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    Guildford Free
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