This is one of a series of virtual events hosted by the WES London Cluster taking via Teams between 6-6:30pm. Joining details can be found in the Members area of the WES website. Not a member yet? Join here! Already a member?
You are invited to attend the SCTE (the Society for Broadband Professionals) latest seminar: "“Higher Capacity, Lower Power – achieve both with DGA” with Chief Technology Officer Jan Ariesen on Feb 23 at 2pm. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to see a live demo from the Technetix studio! Register here https://lnkd.in/dy5nCA9
In this session Stephanie Waismann, Head of Customer Experience for Barclays Ventures, is joined by Eagle Lab Engineers Ana Aranda Loueiro, Robyn Townsend, Sharon Jones and Winter Mraz to explore the changing opportunities in science and engineering and why the fourth industrial revolution needs a diverse workforce.
Join STEMPOINT East for a discussion on how we can maintain the focus on this vitally important issue and support organisations to restructure their response in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amy Johnson was an iconic figure in 1930s aviation. This special lecture will be given by WES Award winner Jane Priston of the Amy Johnson Project on the day after the 80th anniversary of Amy’s unexplained death when she parachuted from the plane she was delivering for ATA but landed in the freezing waters of the Thames Estuary.
Engineering is about finding solutions for some of society's most pressing issues. Women have played an important role in the engineering sector and continue to break new ground today. However, currently, only 12% of engineers in the UK are women.
We want to help improve on this.
From “Bachelor Girl” to the three-pin plug: the electrifying life of Dame Caroline Haslett
Thursday, 26 November 6:30 - 7:30, £10
CLOSED TO NEW REGISTRATIONS.
The WES Student Conference takes place every year as a key fixture in the WES calendar of events. This year, owing to current restrictions, the event will take place entirely online on Friday 20 November 2020. The event is aimed primarily at female engineering and allied undergraduates aged 18 & over.