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This professional registration workshop provides one to one consultation and advice with professional registration advisors for members interested in or working towards CEng, IEng, Eng Tech or ICT Tech.
This workshop is designed to benefit anyone who is currently looking for a new job role, promotion or a change of career.
Now in its 33rd successful year, IET Satcoms provides up to date technical training for technicians, engineers, business professionals and students.
This Presidential address will overview the highlights and evolution of video compression engineering, starting with the relative simple schemes of the late 1970’s through to latest sophisticated techniques in common use today.
Join us for this exciting two day event where you will be among those that have contributed to growing our understanding of the world that we live in through projects such as the large hadron collider!
Join us for this years Healthcare Technologies network flagship event with Dr Peter Young who will talk about “Engineering safety into medicine”.
This free-to-attend seminar will introduce behavioural science and insights, indicating the huge scope for applying them in transport. The seminar will be useful to system designers, transport planners, local and national government officials, and anyone with an interest in transport, especially from a people perspective.
The automotive industry is changing at an unprecedented rate. Now, more than ever, we need to embrace our technical curiosity to find innovative, efficient solutions to problems we never imagined we would have to solve.
All our presenters have active roles in the committee led approach to this new edition and are expertly placed to interpret what’s new and what it means for the way you work.
This exciting evening talk will explore Ed’s research so far into this field of neuroscience, linking engineering principles with a core medical problem – how do you reprogram a brain that is misfiring?