Colloquium on Antennas, Wireless and Electromagnetics
29 May 2013
A free one-day IET event. All welcome
Maglev – a 21st century transportation technology?
17 April 2013
Maglev is a seemingly magical concept. Can it be the future of transport?
Commercialisation of Solar Research and Development
24 April 2013
Despite the recent overcapacity of photovoltaic module production, the extraordinary growth of the world Solar Energy market is creating new opportunities.
CREST is 20!
5 July 2013
CREST is celebrating its 20th birthday in style! A full day of activities to mark the occasion, look back at what has been achieved and look forward to the challenges to come. Make sure you don't miss it!
IET talk: Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch
19 February 2013
Find out about aircraft carrier launch techniques, their evolution, development and current research
The fatal attraction of wind turbines
24 November 2010
Can things be as bad as they are painted?
24 November 2010
You’ve heard of smart phones and smart cars, well here’s a smart move – stay on after completing your MSc and make smart bricks! That’s what Nidal Qasem is doing. He’s now in the middle of his PhD at Loughborough, sponsored by Al-Ahliyya Amman University in Jordan.
The Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conference
11 November 2013
11th - 12th November, 2013
Cooperative Communication Researcher Honoured
1 November 2012
The UK has significant educational links with the Gulf region, and approximately 20,000 Saudi students study here each year. Nearly 17,000 of these, studying from Bachelors up to Doctorate level, are sponsored by the Saudi Government, many of them beneficiaries of the King Abdullah Scholarship programme, which sponsors qualified Saudis to study in the best universities around the world.
CREST Wind Power Summer School
Monday 1st July - Thursday 4th July, 2013
1 July 2013
With global wind power capacity now standing at over 120,000MW, the industry continues to expand rapidly.
Double award for wind energy prediction
4 January 2013
How do forests affect the potential wind energy resource?
A first year PhD Student studying this topic has been awarded a prize for best presentation by the Wind Engineering Society.
Signal Processing for Diagnostic Medicine
12 September 2013
How can we apply signal processing techniques to monitor fetuses using ultrasound techniques?
Signal Processing for Structural Health Monitoring in Aircraft
12 September 2013
Composite materials used in aerospace are typically light and strong, but are susceptible to internal damages with little or no external evidence. How can signal processing help?
The Illusion of Model Based Systems Engineering
11 September 2013
A presentation that will inform, entertain and provoke. If you use system modelling, don't miss this!
Steampunk System of Systems Engineering
28 November 2013
An entertaining look at the evolution of the British railway system through the lens of capability and systems of systems. Everyone welcome!
SoC Development in Imagination Technology
12 February 2014
Enzo D'Alessandro on the challenges to traditional SoC paradigms.
INCOSE UK talk : From IED's to bovine TB
29 May 2014
From IED's to bovine TB: Applying Systems Methods to Real World Problems
What is the value of Systems Engineering?
16 October 2014
Award-winning lecture from Visiting Professor
2nd Workshop Energy Generation of PV Systems 2014
29 September 2014
Photovoltaics has seen a substantial rise in installations world-wide. The resulting investment is significant and demands due diligence from engineers of its systems.
Transforming the Enterprise Using a Systems Approach
3 November 2014
How can Enterprise Systems Engineering help modern enterprises survive? Come and find out in this special guest talk.
Approaches to distributed decision making – networks and dynamics
10 November 2014
How do people make group decisions when they are using different technologies, operating in different social networks and have different information?
Measure for Measure: Changing the International System of Measurement Once and Forever
22 January 2015
The International System of Units is about to change. One of the world's top temperature measurement scientists explains.