IET Communities have a number of different functions. They bring engineers and technicians around the world to network, collaborate, share ideas, learn and expand their contacts.
How to run a successful community, applying for funding, managing your money and compiling metrics.
Meet the communities team, the volunteers at the heart of the governance structure and the staff that support IET communities around the world.
A global competition offering Young Professionals the opportunity to win cash prizes, develop their skills and network with peers.
The Global Challenge aims to encourage Young Professionals across the globe to address a real world engineering challenge with their diverse academic and technical exposure.
The IET supports Technical and Professional Networks (TPNs) driven by groups of volunteers who work or have expertise within the topic area. TPNs promote the sharing and advancement of knowledge through various activities.
Within the next 10 years it is predicted that medical practices will change dramatically, with cancer treatment hitting the news recently. Find out how this hot topic has developed and in what ways patient care could evolve in the future.
Interviews and presentations from Prof. Matthew Baker on the evolution of mobile communications.
An article around the various options of energy storage, looking at what is and isn’t working.
View the videos from this year's JLB lecture which focused on how television is evolving and exploring new technologies.
This infographic outlines the reach and output of the IET's three transport communities.
If you are an IET member you can propose an event about engineering or a related subject. You don’t have to be an existing volunteer to apply for funding. This page explains how to access funding and staff support to allow you to realise your ambition.
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