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Your committee of eight retired IET members has arranged a programme of lectures and visits which will be shown on these pages and which we hope will be of interest to all members and friends.  We look forward to welcoming you at these events. Do look out for the Monthly Newsletter which provides more details and a summary of lectures and visits.
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Our Next Event

Wednesday 1st February 2017 at 2pm

MeyGen Project Update

A talk by David Taaffe, MeyGen Project Manager
 
in Siegfried Room (1/37), Edinburgh Napier University,
Craiglockhart Campus, Colinton Road, EDINBURGH, EH14 1DJ.
 
The MeyGen project, currently under construction in the Pentland Firth, is the world’s largest tidal stream project. After a very successful  onshore and off-shore construction campaign, Phase 1A of the project has started to deliver clean, reliable, predictable tidal power.

On 9th January 2017 Atlantis announced an award of €  20.3 in Horizon 2020 grant funding from the European Commission for MeyGen Phase 1B.


At this talk Mr Taaffe  will bring us up to speed on progress since our last talk in March 2015, the project’s current status and future plans
 
This Event is open to all with no pre-registration required

More information at http://www.theiet.org/events/local/240432.cfm
PLEASE NOTE A CHANGE OF EVENT DATE
Professor Buller's talk on Quantum Technology for Secure Communications and Enhanced Optical Imaging 
will now take place on Wednesday 15th March (previously 1st March). Click here for more details.


LATEST SERMS NEWSLETTER
January 2017 Iss 2

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The SERMS committee is always keen to hear about any proposals from members for future talks and/or visits. Please give any suggestions (with contact details if known) as comments to this blog. Regards Walter Thomson read more...
Posted by Walter Thomson on IET Scotland South East Retired Members (SERMS) Oct 25, 2015 11:41 AM GMT

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