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Here is our first guest post from  Professor Will J Stewart FREng, FInstP, FIET, FOSA, who is a Trustee for the IET. Well engineering is not always so hard - I have spent the last couple of days at the Royal Society ’ s stately home Chichley Hall near Milton Keynes discussing the imminent ‘ capacity crunch ’ in fibre communications with an ... read more...
Posted by Rebecca Gillick on The IET Blog May 27, 2015 1:31 BST
The IET blog brings you the latest news from the IET and its communities, plus a series of posts on all kinds of engineering and IET-related topics from its President and Trustees. We want to keep you up to date on the wide ranging activities that are happening at the IET and in the wider world of engineering – and hopefully give you some valuable insight. ... read more...
Posted by Rebecca Gillick on The IET Blog May 26, 2015 5:18 BST
Hi!    I’m Emily a 6 th year school girl and an aspiring Product Design Engineer and my sister Charlotte is an aspiring Civil Engineer and together we host ’ Positively Pink Engineering,’ informing, inclusive, and aimed at inspiring school girls to aspire into engineering….      read more...
Posted by Emily Kerr on Positively Pink Engineering May 25, 2015 12:09 BST
An experienced  perspective of Cyber Security to include analysis of Out of Towners whose interests are for economic or other reasons. Theories since have now been actualised. Originally the theories took council from Marxist Model, Human Capital, Malsow and Herzbergs principals. A sample extract of the research findings from my 13 ... read more...
Posted by Rimesh Patel on The Cyber Lens May 23, 2015 7:52 BST
The questionnaire below was used to gather primary data during 2011/2012 to determine the dynamics behind Cyber Certifications and Academics. Results were very interesting, where 3 years on the theories put forward on this thesis are still valid and now proven, demonstrating Cyber is more than technology discipline.   Primary Data ... read more...
Posted by Rimesh Patel on The Cyber Lens May 23, 2015 12:49 BST
Lieutenant Sidney Gudgeon of the 3 rd (Reserve) Battalion, attached to 2 nd Battalion, The Manchester Regiment, died 14 May 1915, the 13 th member of the IEE to die in World War I.   Second-Lieutenant Harry Gustav Byng of the 2 nd Battalion, The Border Regiment, died 16 May 1915, the 14 th member of the IEE to die in World War I.    read more...
The following IEE Council minutes are extracts from the minutes of April 1915. Not all the minutes have been reproduced below, only those that directly relate to the war and its effects on the Institution. read more...
Philip Vassar Hunter was the IEE’s President in 1933 was also made an Honorary Fellow of the IEE in 1951. The IEE recorded a film of him in 1951 and the film script reveals his experiences working in the Navy’s Anti-Submarine Division in WWI.  read more...
Three IEE members fell in quick succession in the first few days of April 1915. Major Henry Herbert Stanley Marsh died 2 nd April 1915, Lance-Sergeant Edgar Hoyle died 5 th April 1915 and Trumpeter Norman Victor Foote died 7 April 1915.    read more...
Sapper Piers Acton Eliot Warburton of the New Zealand Engineers, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died 2 May 1915, the 12 th member of the IEE to die in World War I.    read more...
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Interesting blog post and it's great to see the engineers of tomorrow are being so proactive today. I look forward to...
12 TV channels? I remember when it was only three! ...And I remember our first colour television being delivered and...
Great blog post Will, a fascinating reminder that despite the amazing advances in mobile technology (bikes, phone...
Bob I think it's very clear that the Trustees share your concerns. However our excellent staff were already on the ca...
Bob Thak you for your comments on the need for clarity over the supply and demand of engineers, particularly in E&E. T...
 

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