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And some more. Have a read as there are more September and October presentations. Hope you enjoyed the IET Aspidistra talk which was justifiably long.

Phil 
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Higher Education: A shift in approach due to COVID-19: What is here to stay?
Date: 13 September 2021
Time: 12pm BST
The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest disruption to Higher Education in living memory and has caused a huge shift towards online delivery and assessment. In this webinar, we will cover how we in the School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at the University of Leeds responded to the pandemic.
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Join the IET West Yorkshire online community to keep up to date with events, seek technical and career advice and network with your peers!
Wow that's bright!
Date: 14 September 2021
Time: 7.30pm BST
Obtrusive light can be considered in many forms and includes light nuisance (glare and light spill), sky glow that prevents us appreciating the true night sky to adverse effects on bats and other wildlife. Allan Howard will introduce the topic of obtrusive light.  Allan will discuss how planners, environmental experts, installers and lighting professionals can look to the guidance and controls that exist currently.
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How wearable technology is being used to improve the lives of prosthetic and orthotic users
Date: 15 September 2021
Time: 5.30pm BST
Benjamin Griffiths will be presenting leading research from the University of Salford. Exploring how wearable technology is being used in several leading research projects, with the aim of improving services and products for prosthetic and orthotic users.
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Join the IET Mersey and Western Cheshire online community to keep up to date with events, seek technical and career advice and network with your peers!
150 years of engineering in Yorkshire & Humberside
Date: 22 September 2021
Time: 6pm
To mark this celebratory milestone, the Yorkshire, and Humberside Regional Network (YHRN) will offer four individual presentations covering an interesting mix of latest technologies balanced with some historical information from formative industries and engineering the region capably offers.
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Other webinars you may be interested in
Agricultural robotics
Date: 14 September 2021 6pm BST

What's in a borehole?
Date: 15 September 2021 7.30pm BST

Alan Blumlein - inventor and engineer Q&A
Date:
16 September 2021 6.15pm BST

The use of ultrasound waves in therapeutic drug delivery
Date:
16 September 2021 7pm BST

How time was told throughout the ages
Date:
20 September 2021 7.30pm BST

Artificially Intelligent Regulation (of spectra and space) - AIR
Date:
21 September 2021 7pm BST

Industrial decarbonisation: The HyNet response
Date:
21 September 2021 7pm BST

Exploration of lunar near surface plasma environment from Chandrayaan-2 Lunar lander platform: RAMBHA_LP Payload perspective
Date:
23 September 2021 1.30pm BST

Building back better: How robotics and automation could help the recovery of the UK
Date:
23 September 2021 7pm BST

Protecting lightly used railway level crossings
Date:
27 September 2021 6pm BST

Printed color: from atoms to conscious experiences
Date:
28 September 2021 6pm CEST

iTRIBOMAT project
Date:
29 September 2021 11am BST

An apprentice's guide to STFC Daresbury Laboratory - a virtual tour
Date:
29 September 2021 5.30pm BST

How do you decarbonise the transport sector? Part 1
Date:
30 September 2021 11am BST

Successfully managing innovation: Picking a winner - Episode 4
Date:
1 October 2021 1.30pm BST
End-to-end attack detection for the connected vehicle
Date:
4 October 2021 6pm BST

Additive manufacturing for sustainability
Date:
6 October 2021 10am BST

How do you Decarbonise the transport sector? Part 2
Date:
7 October 2021 11am BST

HVDC interconnectors
Date:
12 October 2021 6pm BST

High performing railways
Date:
13 October 2021 9am BST

Accelerating medical device development with digital manufacturing
Date:
13 October 2021 6pm BST

Metrology in sustainability manufacturing
Date:
13 October 2021 10am BST

How do you decarbonise the transport sector? Part 3
Date:
14 October 2021 11am BST

Cybersecurity of the modern car
Date:
14 October 2021 7pm BST

Grid Stability: Maintaining grid stability with changes in electricity generation and usage
Date:
19 October 2021 7pm BST

Schrodinger's Car! Are hybrids a real or imaginary solution?
Date:
20 October 2021 7.30pm BST

Design for sustainable manufacturing
Date:
20 October 2021 10am BST

How do you decarbonise the transport sector? Part 4
Date:
21 October 2021 11am BST

NVIDIA powers the AI revolution
Date:
21 October 2021 6.30pm BST

The route to zero emission buses in London
Date:
21 October 2021 7pm BST
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