Start of main content
May 14
Online event
Course
Electrical Safety Management (ESM) training course

This course has helped hundreds of delegates to audit their policies and procedures through the simple approach of the Code of Practice.

View Event
GB
May 14
Course
Railway Electrification Infrastructure and Systems course

Expand your technical expertise on railway electrification infrastructure and design with our comprehensive training program. Led by industry experts, you’ll gain first-hand knowledge and experience that goes beyond standard guidance.

View Event
GB
May 14
Seminar
Modifications and maintenance of low voltage switchgear and control gear assemblies

An overview of the considerations for modifications of low switchgear and control gear assemblies and the supporting maintenance requirements in line with British Standards and best practice.

View Event
GB Free
May 15
Seminar
12th IET colloquium on antennas, wireless and electromagnetics (CAWE)

This one-day free-to-attend event brings together early career and experienced research scientists, engineers, and technologists, to share, discuss and debate their latest technical knowledge about antennas, propagation and wireless and electromagnetics in an informal colloquium style event.

View Event
GB Free
May 15
EngTalk
The Sinking of the Flying Enterprise - a mystery and a conspiracy theory

An adventure on the Atlantic in January 1952 involving an ex-WWII Liberty Ship.

View Event
United Kingdom Free
May 15
Seminar
IET Membership clinic

For individuals seeking to develop their careers, for example via CEng, IEng, or Eng Tech we are offering one-to-one advice. Membership advisors will be available for 1-1 discussions.

View Event
GB Free
May 15
Lecture
Buzz on! applying artificial intelligence, signal, and image processing to monitor the well-being of honeybees

Honeybees are vital for both our food supply and the general ecosystem, but they have been in serious decline over recent years. So, can we use modern technology, including Artificial Intelligence, to help they survive?

View Event
GB Free
May 15
Lecture
A day in the life of a RAIB Inspector

The talk will outline the role and workings of the RAIB, the UK's independent accident investigator for railways and tramways.

View Event
GB Free
May 16
Online event
Course
Developing effective specifications

This one-day course enables end-users, technical experts, proponents, internal customers and other key stakeholders to work with procurement and contracting to develop effective specifications and scopes of work, to ensure fit-for-purpose outcomes. The programme empowers participants to collaborate with all key stakeholders.

View Event
GB
May 16
Networking
The King's secret war: George VI and MI5

Prof. Aldrich will show how Winston Churchill gradually changed his mind that King George VI supported the desire for peace and Neville Chamberlain’s policies.

View Event
GB Free
May 16
Lecture
Devil’s porridge

The talk will cover the use of cordite, the building of the factory and of Eastriggs and Gretna, the role of women in the production process and the government response to perceived excessive drinking by workers at the factory.

View Event
GB Free
May 16
Lecture
Echion XNO battery technology

In this talk, Fiona Coomer, Research & Development Manager at Echion, will explain the research and development process, and the challenges of bringing a new battery material to market.

View Event
GB Free