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Thank you for visiting the IET Scotland South West Network Community.  The Scotland South West Committee is keen to reflect the interests of all members in the area and welcomes your input. Whether you would like to comment on our activities, suggest new events, or perhaps become actively involved yourself, please come along to any of our events or contact us for more information.
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IET Scotland South West LinkedIn Group

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The Scotland South West LN have a new LinkedIn Group to to capture the interests of members and non-members of the iet within Scotland. iet related local and regional events will be advertised here, along with events for other bodies. We welcome comments and input from all interested in delivering content through events we will be arranging.
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IMarEST’s Marine Electrical and Control Systems Safety Conference (MECSS 2017) will be held at the Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC) on Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 November 2017, and one of the highlights of the event is the Cyber Security Panel Debate<https://www.mecss.org.uk/news/story/cyber-security-panel-debate-at-mecss-2017> which is organised by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in collaboration with IMarEST at the end of the first day.
 
The debate will build on previous successful collaborations between IMarEST and IET, as well as providing additional focus from two major Professional Engineering Institutions (PEIs) for this rapidly emerging and complex area for the maritime sector and wider industry.  The Institute discussion sessions at the Learned Society Events always attract lively and informed debate and to ensure the audience represents the full breadth of the marine industry, we would like to offer 20 places at this final session of the day to IMarEST Members in the local area.  These free places are offered on a first come first served basis; all you need to do is to reply to this email with your name, job title, organisation name and contact details; unfortunately we are not able to admit anyone who has not previously registered.
 
Details of the event:
 
Date | Wednesday 22 November 2017
Venue | Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC), 99 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD
 
Programme:
1700 hours | Tea
1730 hours | Panel Debate: Maturity, commonalities and differences in approaches to cyber security across transport
1845 hours | Close
1930 hours | Conference Reception at Glasgow City Chambers with special thanks to The Lord Provost and Glasgow City Council
 
Full details of the panellists and all details regarding MECSS can be found at www.mecss.org.uk/programme<http://www.mecss.org.uk/news/story/cyber-security-panel-debate-at-mecss-2017>


IMechE Glasgow Young Members and  IET South-West Young Professionals

Thursday 23rd November
 Pub Quiz Social

CROSS INSTITUTION NETWORKING
Come join our  committees in this cross institution social!  All are welcome, whether you represent IET, IMechE or neither: this event will be the perfect opportunity for you to be social with us and find out more about each institution, so come along for a free slice of pizza and a drink!
 
Doors 6.00PM Quiz Starts 6.30PM

Bath Street Palomino
207 Bath Street, G2 4HZ
  
Saturday 16 December 2017.  11-30 – Deeprose Theatre Glasgow Caledonian University

Joint IET & ITP Xmas family Show

“That Rings a Bell” - the exciting new show from David Hall Workshops and Shows…!

Have you ever used a mobile phone?  Watched live pictures from abroad?  Enjoyed FaceTime and Skype?  Can you imagine a world without phones, without telecommunications..?  

From Smoke Signals to Morse Code,  Semaphore to Ships’ Flags and Pennants - and even Carrier Pigeons - we’ve been communicating at a distance for centuries….  But where does the voice come in…?  We’ve shouted, we've cupped our hands, but how did the telegraph become the telephone…?!

“Mr Watson, come here - I want you!”  The first words ever heard over an electronic telephone system…!  (In 1876.)

Join Mr Thomas Watson himself as, with the aid of demos and volunteers, he relates the story of telecommunications and how he helped the great Alexander Graham Bell to invent the world’s first telephone - and change the world..!

Discover
•    the science of sound
•    the marvels of microphones
•    the curiosities of conduction
•    the ambition of amplification
•    exciting insights into electromagnetic induction
•    revealing facts on resonant frequencies
•    stunning revelations re sound reproduction
•    the magnificent phenomenon of modern fibre-optics
•    and the lucky accident that led to it all…!

in “That Rings a Bell”   -   the exciting new show from David Hall Workshops and Shows…!!

Please join us for Tea/Coffee & Mince Pies after the event.
    
 
   
2017-18 Session Chair Welcome
 
    
 

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Calling any West Coast of Scotland IET members interested in helping to set up and manage a stand at Woodfarm High School, (between Giffnock and Thornliebank) on 26th October 18:00 to 20:00.  Find out more here and get in touch with the organiser.   read more...
Posted by Lynsay Callaghan on IET Scotland South West Network Oct 10, 2017 9:41 am BST

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