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

  • CIRED 2021
    Sep
    20
    Online
    CIRED 2021

    CIRED 2021 Online is nearly upon us, have you registered your place yet? There's still time to secure your place at this global leading conference & exhibition on Electricity Distribution, book today!

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    Geneva
  • Sep
    20
    Online
    Introduction to Intellectual Property (IP) Rights

    Introduction to Intellectual Property (IP) Rights

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    Kuala Lumpur Free
  • Sep
    20
    Online
    How time was told throughout the ages

    The lecture looks at all the various time-telling devices and charts, in four chapters, how their use has risen and fallen as history, fashion and technology have progressed.

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    . Free
  • Sep
    21
    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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    Webinar
  • Sep
    21
    Online
    Artificially Intelligent Regulation (of spectra and space) - AIR

    With 10 to 100 billions of wirelessly communicating devices, radio spectrum challenges continue to grow.

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    Ipswich Free
  • Sep
    21
    Online
    Industrial Decarbonisation: The HyNet response

    As we rapidly approach the UN Climate Change Summit, this presentation will provide an overview of recent UK energy related policy initiatives that have emerged over the last year and consider the emerging initiatives from the UK's industrial clusters. It will provide a detailed insight into the HyNet North West proposition.

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    Webinar Free
  • Sep
    22
    Conference
    Renewable Power Generation (RPG 2022) Meeting net zero carbon

    The 11th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation

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    London
  • Sep
    22
    Online
    Kickstart Your Career with Career Manager

    An exciting event for students to find out more about IET Career Manager and kickstart their career

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    Webinar Free
  • Sep
    22
    Online
    Entries open IET 150th Anniversary Celebration Event

    To mark this celebratory milestone, the Yorkshire & Humberside Regional Network (YHRN) will offer four individual presentations covering an interesting mix of latest technologies balanced with some historical information from formative industries.

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    Webinar Free
  • Sep
    23
    Online
    Exploration of lunar near surface plasma environment from Chandrayaan-2 Lunar lander platform: RAMBHA_LP Payload perspective

    Conventional instruments like ionosonde are not feasible in the tenuous lunar environment in view of the large dimensions of antennae for the required low frequency transmission and reception. It is in this context that the RAMBHA-Langmuir (RAMBHA-LP) probe has been proposed on board Chandrayaan lander for obtaining in-situ measurements of the lunar near surface plasma at an altitude of ~ 2m.

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    Webinar Free
  • Sep
    23
    Online
    Co-organized Technical Webinar: Major Changes of the Code of Practice (CoP) for the Electricity (Wiring) Regulations 2020 Edition and Power company’s support to Government’s EV charging at Home Subsidy Scheme

    Major revisions of Code of Practice for the Electricity (Wiring) Regulations 2020 Edition, and Power company’s support to Government’s EV charging at Home Subsidy Scheme The webinar consists of two modules: Module 1: Major Changes of CoP for the Electricity (Wiring) Regulations 2020 Edition The new Code of Practice (CoP) for the Electricity (Wiring) Regulations 2020 Edition has been published to the industry at the end of 2020 and will be fully implemented on 31 December 2021 after 1 year of grace period. Major changes of the latest CoP as compared between 2015 and 2020 Editions will be highlighted in this webinar. Speaker: Ir CT SZE Johnson, Electrical and Mechanical Engineer of the Electricity Legislation Division of the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (“EMSD”). The Electricity Legislation Division of the EMSD is the regulatory authority responsible for the enforcement of Electricity Ordinance and its subsidiary legislations, as well as publication of relevant Code of Practices, Guidance Notes and Technical Guidelines, with the mission of enhancing electricity safety in the community. Module 2: Power company’s support to Government’s EV charging at Home Subsidy Scheme To promote low-carbon driving to make Hong Kong a greener and smarter city and support the Government’s newly launched EV-charging at Home Subsidy Scheme, the local power company is launching an advanced dedicated service which will provide one-stop technical support and customer service to Green Motorists interested and qualified in applying for funding for electric vehicle (EV) charging-enabled infrastructure in the car parks of private residential blocks. Speaker: Ir MK Lam, Senior Planning & Design Manager of East & West Region of CLP Power Hong Kong Limited is responsible for implementation of CLP Power Eco Charge 2.0 in support of Governments EV charging at Home Subsidy Scheme in particular in the supply capacity preliminary assessment and provision of technical support on supply arrangement to the additional EV chargers requested by the scheme participants.

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    Hong Kong Free
  • Sep
    23
    Online
    Building back better: How robotics and automation could help the recovery of the UK

    We are facing the most significant recovery challenge since WW2 as a consequence of the pandemic and also Brexit. Our manufacturing sector has suffered from a lack of investment and a perceived lack of importance to the UK economy. We need to create growth by investment in both advanced manufacturing facilities and our workforce. This is the opportunity to build back better by reinvigorating manufacturing and generating a prosperous economy both for today and future generations.

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    Berkshire Local Network Free
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