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Attending our events helps to rack-up those CPD hours and increase your knowledge. Please see below what we have organised for you.
European approach to arc flash risk management - new resources
Date: 10 January 2022
Time: 6pm GMT
Mike Frain will present newly available resources for the management of the arc flash hazard based upon a European style of risk assessment. This is a must attend event for electrical engineers, duty holders, designers, consultants, contractors, and health & safety specialists. Mike will speak about the recently released IET fact file “Arc Flash Risk Management”, his new book the “European Arc Flash Guide” and give a walk though of online resources on the subject and how other standards and guidance can be applied in a European style risk-based model.
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Follow the Yorkshire South network to keep up to date with events, seek technical and career advice and network with your peers!
Antennas in laptops, tablets and foldable devices
Date: 11 January 2022
Time: 7pm GMT
Now as lead antenna architect and Senior Director of Antenna Design for Microsoft in the Redmond Campus, Seattle WA, USA , Marc Harper's antenna designs have been reproduced as more than 500 million (W-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS etc) antennas in laptop computers, Xbox and other computer accessories.
Marc will let us know how this has been achieved. 
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Follow the Sussex network to keep up to date with events, seek technical and career advice and network with your peers!
Is graphene the new Silicon? The electronic properties of graphene
Date: 13 January 2022
Time: 7pm GMT
Dr Leonid Ponomarenko will cover a brief history of graphene and how it was isolated for the first time. He will demonstrate how to obtain graphene using Scotch tape and explain some basic electronic properties of this material and how it could be used in electronic devices. He will show how graphene research has lead to discovery of other 2D materials and how they could be combined to make devices with new functionalities.
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Follow the Anglian Coastal network to keep up to date with events, seek technical and career advice and network with your peers!
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Introduction to railway signalling
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From idea to scaleup: Tackling fundraising, team building & financial modelling to successfully commercialise engineering innovations
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A case study for smart community energy adoption in North Wales
Date: 27 January 2022 7pm GMT
Once explorers, always explorers - ESA's space science and exploration missions
1 February 2022 7pm GMT

The challenge of delivering a charging network for the vehicles of tomorrow
9 February 2022 6.30pm GMT

Looking at the road ahead reduces NOx and soot simultaneously and improves the fuel economy of cars
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Addressing the data problem with frugal machine learning
15 February 2022 7pm GMT

FPGAs; the answer looking for a problem
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5G at sea
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