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We are delighted to announce our first in-person event to be held since the COVID-19 pandemic- ‘The Engineering and Technology Question Time- The Role of Renewable Energy and Sustainability on the Future of Engineering’
Thu 2 December 2021 6:00pm
Engineering and Technology Question Time - The Role of Renewable Energy and Sustainability on the Future of Engineering
The IET London Network returns to physical events with an evening at the Science Museum! This year’s Christmas Lecture will be a networking opportunity, a discussion on the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) highlights and a guided tour of the Museum’s two ...
Tue 7 December 2021 6:30pm
IET London Christmas Lecture Special: “A night at the museum, from Ancient Greece to our Future Planet”
oin us at our first face to face event being held by APM Scotland Branch in Aberdeen COP-26 has shown what we have achieved together and what remains to accomplish in order to reach net zero by 2050. Projects are playing a key part in this and will increasingly do so as we ...
Wed 8 December 2021 6:00pm
Projects Post-COP26 – reflections
Chocolate as a material exhibits interesting scientific principles, and knowledge of these has important applications for engineers to understand. The speaker will explain some of these principles and give examples of how they are used in the engineering ...
Fri 17 December 2021 2:00pm
Chocolate science and its application to engineering
Join us at our first face to face event being held by APM Thames Valley Branch in Guildford Generally we are conditioned to avoid conflict within our life, both at home and at work. Unfortunately this isn’t always possible, and how we deal with it can have effects ...
Wed 19 January 2022 6:00pm
Conflict Management and Resolution
This talk will look inside 'the King of Instruments' from an engineer's point of view, revealing some of the fascinating facts and explaining how it works.
Mon 24 January 2022 7:30pm
The Pipe Organ - Art, Science, Craft and Technology
A lecture by Dr Adam Read, the External Affairs Director at SUEZ Recycling & Recovery UK and the current President of the Chartered Institute of Waste Management (CIWM), on how the resources and waste sector must adapt new technologies and skills to contribute ...
Wed 9 February 2022 7:00pm
The changing face of waste & resources
The speaker, John Holcroft, spent the first half of his career working on a variety of radar projects. The talk will present a selection of these radars focusing on the operational requirements that led to their development, some of the development history, ...
Wed 16 February 2022 10:00am
TT - Radars, large and small
Quantum timing devices giving conventional radar a new facelift
Mon 28 February 2022 7:30pm
This talk by the GCHQ Departmental Historian, Dr David Abrutat, will chart the course of Britain’s signals intelligence, cyber and security agency, GCHQ, which has its headquarters in Cheltenham.
Mon 21 March 2022 7:30pm
102 Years of Protecting the Nation – A Story of GCHQ’s History
Call for papers
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