Events in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Find out more about events, seminars and public lectures in the Department.
Welcome to the Inaugural Meeting of The University of Manchester Centre for Crisis Studies and Mitigation. Tentative agenda: - Centre for Crisis Studies and Mitigation: Introduction, History, and Goals – Prof David Schultz - Introductions and Research Opportunities – Attendees Coffee Break - Small-Group Discussions - Formation of Researc..
Mobile technologies have changed our life style significantly. Personalised tools such as wearable and implantable devices through wireless communication and Internet of Things have been utilised in healthcare to provide unique functions and reduce costs. Individuals can be empowered with tailored solutions without limitation in mobility or da..
A not nuclear-themed quiz and opportunity for the University's dispersed nuclear community to enjoy some food and drinks together. Teams of up to six people - you can bring one or join one on the day. Please book your place via Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nuclear-community-quiz-night-tickets-75830668571
This talk will take a look at the role of a research academic by tracking the journey of three different research programmes from their initial conception, through their various phases of fund raising and delivery, to their current position. The research is based on different aspects of electromagnetic inspection and in different industrial s..
Room 5.206, University Place 12:00-13:15 Lunch and lecture 13:15-14:00 Activity session (optional) Delivered by the National Nuclear Laboratory’s Director of External Relations, Adrian Bull, and Plant Chemist and lead for its R&D programme on Public Engagement with Nuclear Issues, Reuben Holmes. During the activity session, attendees wil..
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