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May 16
Lecture
Quantum: game changer or niche?

Quantum physics describes the behaviour of small particles such as atoms or photons and their behaviour is very different from the macroscopic world with which we are familiar.

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GB Free
May 16
Lecture
Recent treatment enhancements at Kendal WwTW

The presentation will include descriptions of the process engineering enhancements which have been implemented in order to ensure tighter discharge quality into the River Kent. Also the engineering challenges associated with the repair of the outfall to the River Kent, which was damaged during Storm Desmond, will be included.

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GB Free
May 17
Technical visit
Visit to Goonhilly Earth Station

We have been offered the opportunity for IET members to visit Goonhilly. The visit will consist of a talk about the current and past roles of Goonhilly and a tour of the facilities.

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GB Free
May 20
Online event
Course
Safety Critical Systems training course (SCS) - Part 2 and 3

Now in its 31st year, our Safety Critical Systems course focuses on requirements for functional safety through in-depth discussions and practical training course exercises.

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GB
May 20
Networking
Innovation Fest 2024

This event is a celebration of the creative talents of our undergraduate and postgraduate students, inspiring them to address real-world problems through research and innovation.

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May 20
Online event
Lecture
Quantum investment driving national quantum science and engineering

As the UK investment drives a new phase of the National Quantum Technologies Programme, there will be significant opportunities for multi-disciplinary work and the contribution that we as engineers can make will be vital to the commercialisation of quantum technologies and computing across all sectors.

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GB Free
May 21
Seminar
Launch of the IET Code of Practice for Electrical Energy Storage Systems, 3rd Edition

The IET’s Code of Practice for Electrical Energy Storage Systems, now in its third edition, builds on the success of the previous edition, bringing it up to date with the latest developments in the electrical energy storage market.

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GB Free
May 21
Lecture
Unlocking data acquisition and telematics: design, compliance, and funding insights

In this presentation, Subu and Joe will explore the design considerations behind a data acquisition and telematics system. They will discuss the latest developments in data acquisition systems and share insights from their Knowledge Transfer Partnership project, which focused on designing a DAQ system that adheres to compliance standards for geotechnical site investigation and testing.

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GB Free
May 21
Lecture
An overview of long range (>>100 m) electrical power beaming

This presentation will give an overview of the historical milestones to date, motivations, technologies, challenges and applications for long range power beaming.

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GB Free
May 21
Technical visit
Visit to RAF Halton Trenchard Museum

IET Bucks Local Network visiting the two museums at RAF Halton. There will be expert guidance and explanations from the curators, Garron Clark-Darby and Francis Halford.

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GB Free
May 22
Online event
Course
Technical report writing

This course aims to enable participants to write effective technical reports. These reports play an important part in the life of many professional people: they are a link between writer, colleagues and clients worldwide.

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GB
May 23
Workshop
Sustainable accelerators

This workshop aims to discuss how the accelerator community is developing best practices to ensure environmental sustainability is central to their life cycle and how they can be used to help in the drive to Net Zero.

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