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Welcome to the web site of EC3, the Specialised Section of the Thames Valley area of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. Although formally part of the Berkshire Network, we organise specialised technical lectures in Electronics, Control, Computing and Communication across the three networks of the Thames Valley Region.
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Please visit our Chairman's message for more information!

Please see below for an overview of our lectures in the 2018-19 session.

Oct 25 2018 The Evolution of Digital Television, Justin Gupta, Google UK and Ireland
Nov 22 2018 Deep Learning in Hardware, Jahanzeb Ahmad and Sunando Sengupta, Intel
Jan 24 2019 Secondary Surveillance Radar, Keith Vinning
Feb 28 2019 How Advanced Data Analytics, Biometrics and Related Technologies will Revolutionise Border Crossing, James Ferryman, University of Reading Click here for the Poster
Mar 28 2019 Technology in Amputee Rehabilitation -Upper limb prosthetics, Peter Kyberd, University of Portsmouth Click here for the Poster
May 23 2019 Reducing “Human Error” In Complex IT Systems and Infrastructure David Cuthbertson

All lectures will start at 19:30, with refreshments from 19:00, and no booking is needed.


This year all our lectures are in the Van Emden Theatre on the First Floor of the Edith Morley Building - which is Building 1 on the map available here. The map suggests the best entrances to use which give access to the foyer beneath the theatre.
Edith Morley, which is very close to the Palmer Building, is on the Whiteknights campus of the University of Reading, information on its location, parking, etc., is available at http://www.venuereading.com/About/vr-gettinghere.aspx. If you travel by car, it is suggested you use car Park 1A.

Please click here for information on lectures we have organised in previous years.

 

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