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At the IET London – Teddington event on Tuesday 5 th March 2014, Davy Thielens (Chairman of the IET London Network) formally gave thanks to David Lindsley, parting chairman of the Teddington branch of the London Network, for his contribution to the IET and the IET London Network Committee.   David has been actively involved with the IET for over 30 years... read more...
Posted by Davy Thielens on IET London Network Apr 3, 2014 9:23 GMT
Good news!  The new IET East London network will be hosting it's first talk at 6:30pm on April 24th, at Queen Mary University near Mile End in East London.   East London has been an engineering powerhouse for hundreds of years, home to everything from the first tunnel... read more...
Posted by Davy Thielens on IET London Network Mar 31, 2014 12:07 GMT

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The London Network consists of IET local members, ranging from students to the most distinguished and highly qualified members of the profession. They come from all branches of engineering. We operate a comprehensive lecture programme to allow you to meet other members and to help you to enhance your career. There are many lectures each month covering different specialities, topics and locations around London.

All Network events are open to the public and most are free of charge.

If you would like to help with the organisation, all are welcome. Please contact one of the volunteer committee

Event Reviews

  • Prioritising and managing risk in public transport Prioritising and managing risk in public transport 0
    Comparing levels of safety risk across transport modes and within mode across countries is difficult, but essential. Fortunately, three steps in measuring, prioritising and managing risk apply to all modes of Transport: first,...
    Category: Events/Conferences
  • Watts for Christmas? Watts for Christmas? 0
    A programme of family-friendly Christmas science lectures: fun, accessible and engaging talks to inspire wonder and curiosity for all ages. Christmas Candles: more energy than a stock of dynamite by Dr Michael de Podesta MBE...
    Category: Events/Conferences

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The prestigious Turing lecture is coming to town…… Dr. Meyerson, an IBM Fellow, now serving as IBM’s Vice President for Innovation
gives the 16th lecture in this prestigious series on ‘Information technology in a "post-silicon world"; Innovations, applications, and anticipations’. For more information visit our webpage.
  • Posted Thu 09 Jan 2014 12:11 GMT

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