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Welcome to Ireland (Céad míle fáilte)

This page contains details of events and other information specific to the Ireland network
                            Events happening soon will be shown in the 'Upcoming Events' section


A warm welcome to you if you are new to the IET Ireland Network

If you have any queries about the IET Ireland Network activities please contact our Hon Secretary



Events happening soon in Ireland Network
Further details in the 'Upcoming Events' section below

23 May 18:30 Dublin: The printed event for this date has been postponed indefinitely
Full details will be advised in due course

27 July 14:30 Valentia Island Cable Station
Telegraph across the miles. Speaker Derek Cassidy


Footage from some of our past events here

Further footage select the 'Videos' icon in the right hand sidebar

Latest upload: Video, Nuclear Energy Lecure Dublin 4th May 2017
Video Ringaskiddy, Cork, Search and Rescue event 3 Nov 2016

Link to our youtube videos

 c159e02ef11eeb5726eec39043ca1929-huge-3rRonan Farah. Winner of the Ireland PATW on 2 March. Ronan presented on 'Lighting standard requirements and cost efficiency considerations for a large warehouse'. Footage of Ronan's presentation available on our youtube channel

cfee536843a486210ec894b8aea5435a-huge-2s  Shaun Sweeney. Runner-up, presented on 'Smart Bikes for smart Cities' at our PATW Ireland final.  Footage of this event is being temporarly withheld due to administrative reasons. It will be published in due course

f0e8c1a7bb671e5fea7ca3dcf117cc6d-huge-1d  David Linehan. Runner-up, presented 'Europe's Power System, What will it look like?' at our Ireland PATW final. Footage available on our youtube channel

d4cae005d45c829dbd015794c793565b-huge-ga  Dr Ivan Ganchev, presented 'Cognative Radio Systems' lecture at our IET event in UL 8 March. Footage available on our youtube channel

Past IET Events Reports (List of links)



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