BT Auditorium, London [Full price £595-£295; Add this special discount code: CDXSCE at the check out to receive 20% discount.]
Event Partner: Women’s Engineering Society Lead Sponsors will include BT
You are invited to join WES in celebrating the achievements of our award winners at the Caroline Haslett Lecture in London on Thursday 5th October 2017 from 2-5pm. The lecture will be delivered by Professor Isobel Pollock-Hulf. Isobel has been a chartered engineer for over 35 years, and has been an enthusiastic supporter of women in engineering, and the importance of engineering in general. Isobel's talk, 'Measuring Success' will explore the importance of measurement, something we do everyday, but rarely think about.
The following awards will be presented:
ICWES17 is a great opportunity for empowering oneself by learning, sharing experiences and meeting stalwarts of our fraternity. This event strives to promote excellence in engineering as hundreds of expert engineers gather to showcase their case studies, completed Projects, innovative technologies. The Speakers cover broadly topics ranging from engineering of Smart cities, planning and smart transport systems, new scientific developments for clean and green technologies.
More information: www.icwes17.com
This year the WES AGM will be taking place on Saturday 14th October in Birmingham at 2pm.
We are delighted to announce that Leena Gade will be our speaker at the AGM, providing her insights and stories from her experiences in F1. More about Leena
Malmaison, Birmingham, The Mailbox, 1 Wharfside Street, Birmingham, B1 2JR
Car parking is available at the adjacent Mailbox shopping centre. The hotel is a 5 minute walk from Birmingham New Street Station
The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) will hold a combined national technical conference and awards dinner on October 19 in London.
The full day event at the Park Plaza Riverbank hotel will focus on four key areas for the building engineering sector: Indoor Air Quality (IAQ); District Heating and Tall Buildings; Heat Pumps; and Digital Construction including modular systems and BIM.
Open to female students enrolled at a UK university, you will get the opportunity to meet with key industry professionals from world-leading companies and develop your professional network.
You will have the opportunity to hear from senior representatives from each of the partner organisations during the Panel Sessions, develop the skills required to succeed in applications in the Skills Session, and get a taste of the culture of each organisation as you take part in Speed Networking. All while under the same roof as the world's first jet engine.
8th Annual Residential Conference for Women Engineering Students
Fri 24 - Sat 25 November 2017
Aston University, Birmingham
The WES Student Conference: Engineering Inspiration, has a theme this year 'Engineering to Change the World' which brings together over 150 students, academics and early-mid career engineers from supporting industry to explore pathways to technical leadership.
[Conference Fee £25]
Funded and co-organised by Anne Locker (IET archives) and Elizabeth Bruton (Science Museum) and supported by WES, this one-day conference will take place at IET Savoy Place.