Our aim is to improve the engagement of the Scotland South East community with engineering both locally and nationally. Whatever your involvement, we aim to have something of interest for you.
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Chairman's Welcome 2016-17
Welcome to the 2016/17 programme of events. I am excited that during this year the committee not only gets to continue bringing high quality engineering related presentations to the area but also will be the host committee for the IET Scotland annual dinner.
The presentational programme will look to engage a broad selection of topics from classic topics around the energy industry, and community severe weather response, through to more modern and emerging topics such as data analytics, and secure digital communication. Of course the CPD and professional development topics will continue as well.
I hope you enjoy the programme and feel free to engage with the committee members with ideas or come along and join us.
BEng(Hons) MSc MBA CEng MIET MCMI
2016/2017 IET Scotland South East Network Chairman
Performance Improvement Manager, edf energy, Torness Power Station
IET Scotland South East Committee for 2016-17
IET Scotland South East Retired Members
IET Scotland South East Young Professionals
IET Scotland South West
IET Scotland North
Other Scottish IET Communities
IET Scotland Annual Dinner 2017
21st April 2017 19.00 for 19.30
The Principal George Hotel, Edinburgh (previously the George Hotel).
Dr Derek Little, Executive Chairman of IET Scotland wishes to invite you and your guests to attend this annual event, in the Principal Hotel Edinburgh (previously the George Hotel), 19-21 George St, Edinburgh EH2 2PB, on the evening of Friday 21st April 2017 at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start.
The dinner is a leading engineering and technology networking event, meet other industry and engineering institutions guests, network and hear our keynote speakers, including the IET President Professor Jeremy Watson.
- A sponsored corporate table can accommodate 10 people (£550).
- Individual tickets are also available at £60.
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