Delivering premium content across a broad range of subjects, IET events deliver insight and debate into the hot topics affecting engineers and technicians across the globe.
Thought-provoking events, inspiring speakers and an engaged audience. See what IET events are on at IET London: Savoy Place.
Wim Melis’ research is inspired by biological systems and how they can help to rethink computing to improve performance and reliability, while reducing energy consumption.
The UK has been at the forefront of numerous advances in image capture, processing and display. This event will showcase presentations from leading companies and academics.
The talk will present recent advances in the area of edge computing
Dr Arseniy Kuznetsov, Head of Advanced Concept and Nanotechnology Division at the Data Storage Institute, A-STAR, Singapore is the winner of the £350,000 IET A F Harvey Engineering Research Prize.
This year’s Mountbatten Memorial Lecture will address how standards accelerate engineering innovation in the context of the digital economy and Internet of Things acting as a key enabler to engineering enterprise and global trade.
This exclusive event, held at The IET, will explore how, in the digital era, CIOs can drive the delivery of real-time, personalised experiences that truly engage customers and build brand loyalty. This exclusive event will be held on Thursday 23rd March 2017 at the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Savoy Place, London and will explore how, in the digital era, CIOs can drive the delivery of real-time, personalised experiences that truly engage customers and build brand loyalty.
Are you aged between 18-30? Present Around the World competition is a great opportunity for you! All other can attend and listen to interesting presentations in science, technology and engineering
This course introduces the fundamentals of content protection in sufficient detail to provide the basis for beginning to evaluate, select, purchase, implement and operate this technology.
Quantum Computers and Black Holes, two apparently unrelated topics of which many have heard but few understand. Is there a link between them? Hear explanations meaningful to engineers and non-experts.
This event is a joint evening healthcare lecture organised by the; Institution of Engineering Technology, Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Biomedical Engineering Association (BmEA), and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine.
This event will bring together experts from the field of surgical robotics to discuss new research ideas, the pathway to industrial translation, and how robots are used in clinical practice.
Martin-Baker design and manufacture ejection seats. They are pioneers and world leader in this technology. Over 65 years their seats have saved 7491 lives. This talk will examine developments and refinements in this fascinating area.
Despite extraordinary advances in cancer treatment over the past century, patient survival rates are still quoted in terms of 3 or 5 years. In this talk Professor Eleanor Stride will discuss why and what can we do about it!
This seminar is an opportunity to find out about the latest breakthrough in RF and microwave areas. The event will give delegates the chance to share research while meeting experts from academia and industry.
In this year’s John Logie Baird lecture our speaker will tell the fascinating story of how technology provided a solution that changed the world of television.
Join us for the Members Annual Information Event, including the AGM.
This two-day course based on the IET’s Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management provides a comprehensive guide to the fundamentals of electrical safety and a systematic set of principles for assessing and managing electrical safety relevant to any business, sector and country.
The THz range of the electromagnetic scale is now available for many new possibilities in communications, security and medical fields, due to progress with science, engineering and new electronic devices.
The seminar is an outstanding opportunity to hear briefs from industry and government experts, consider new case studies and to engage in discussions on the latest technology for secure and seamless Milsatcom delivery.
Railway Electrification Infrastructure and Systems Residential Course is a four day course presented by 24 expert lecturers who have worked on railway systems around the world.
A new revolutionary toilet from Cranfield University, sponsored by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, designed by multi-disciplinary scientists and engineers to solve problems in countries which have few toilets.
Now in its 32nd successful year, IET SATCOMS provides up to date technical training for technicians, engineers, students and business professionals.
Following from the success of ISP 2013 & 2015, the conference presents a new opportunity for you to exchange and share your latest work in Intelligent Signal Processing with leading academic and industrial engineers and researchers.