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Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame
The Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame is now active and has several inductees. It is hoped that this excellent resource will prove not only useful as an educational tool for school children and other learners but will also prove a dynamic cultural resource for the Engineering Community in Scotland and beyond.
There are also plans to set-up some permanent displays at various physical locations.
To keep the Hall fresh and inclusive we are asking members to suggest who they think should be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Just send your outline case to as the IET’s representative on the judging panel, Paul McKenna (firstname.lastname@example.org)
and the case for your nominee will be put forward .
Sir William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin (1824-1907), engineer and scientist, designer of the electric telegraph
Douglas Anderson (b. 1951), product design engineer renowned for development of the world's first ultra-widefield retinal imaging system
IET Scotland Dinner 2012 Photographs
The photographs from the 2012 Annual Dinner are now up and ready to view. Please join the community to view these photographs.
Date: 10 August 2012
IET Scotland Programme Booklet 2012-13
The 2012-13 programme booklet is now available to download. This covers IET Scotland South West, South East and North and the Technical Networks (EC&I, SE&M, Power and Manufacturing). Please join our community to download this pdf.
Date: 10th August 2012