Extraordinary General Meeting: Wed 16 May, 19:00, Anglia Ruskin University
Members are hereby given notice that an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) will be held on Wednesday 16 May to ratify a new Constitution for the Society.
This implements the appointment of the elected Council as the Society trustees, as approved at the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 22 November 2017.
Intellectual assets are our most valuable assets by far but are also the least managed: less than one percent are ever licensed or used commercially. There are many reasons for this poor economic performance, and this course identifies these challenges and solutions for addressing them.
This innovation webinar series, presented by Ideation in collaboration with IEEE UK & Ireland Section, comprises 25 free seminars. It runs fortnightly from Feb 2018 to Jan 2019 and covers best practices in managing intellectual assets. It includes sessions with topics for innovators, practitioners, and advanced IP managers.
Please click here to register for and join the webinars.
Schools' Competition: Mon 25 June 2018, Marconi Building, Anglia Ruskin University
We are very pleased to announce that this year's CSES Schools' Engineering and Technology Competition is open for entries.
A reminder of the dates (both events at Anglia Ruskin University):
- The competition will take place on Monday 25 June 2018
- The awards evening will take place on Wednesday 11 July 2018
Please click here for full details and to enter the competition.
The deadline for entries will be Monday 18 June 2016, although please don’t wait for your project to be finished before entering. Spaces are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
If you have any questions, please contact us. We are happy to come into school and discuss or present if this would help.
We look forward to seeing you in June.
Engineering Advanced Prosthetics: Wed 28 Mar, 19:30, Anglia Ruskin University
Tour of Lord Rayleigh's laboratory: Wed 11 Apr, 14:00, Terling Place
We have been able to arrange a very rare opportunity to visit Terling Place and see Lord Rayleigh's original laboratory as he left it!
There will only be space for 23 visitors so please register using the link below. We will operate a waiting list so please do register your interest even if the quota is full. Further details will be provided to successful applicants.
See our events page to book.
Due to the limited capacity, this opportunity will only be open to CSES members and their guests, at least initially.
Click here to sign up if you're not yet a member.
We are also pleased to advise that a talk on Engineering Advanced Prosthetics has been added to our programme, courtesy of our partners the IMechE. See the link for full details.