There’s a variety of events taking place this month including some great technical visits, training courses and meet-ups for new members.
Students and young professionals will be happy to find out that many of this month’s events are focused towards them. As well as opportunities for new members to meet and find out how the IET can support them, there are great training opportunities and events run by students themselves, such as Loughborough University’s Homebrew Society.
Then there’s also the MATLAB EXPO 2013 and this year’s Mountbatten Memorial Lecture, which will be given by the UK Minister for Universities and Science, David Willetts.
Here are a few of our highlights for the month, but also be sure to check out the full IET events listings to find out about everything taking place near you.
03 October, IET President's Address: Engineers Make a Difference: Barry Brooks, London/IET.tv, lecture
07-10 October, The first principles of HVET, Stafford, course
07 October, Communication for success, London, workshop
08 October, MATLAB EXPO 2013, Towcester, conference
08 October, The Homebrew Society – Encouraging Extracurricular Electronics, Loughborough, lecture
09 October, Development in space robotics, Coventry, seminar
09 October, Student Evening incorporating the IET PATW Queensland final, North Melbourne, lecture
09 October, Mountbatten Memorial Lecture, London, lecture
15 October, Young Professionals – what is the IET?, Bath, lecture
16 October, Lifeskills: Introduction to Management, Birmingham, workshop
16 October, Visit to Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, Abingdon, visit
21 October, New members meeting, London, seminar
24 October, Aviation 2050, the future of Aviation and Space, Cumbria, lecture
28 October, Lifeskills: Back to basics with presenting, Guildford, workshop