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BCS/IMA/IET Christmas Lecture


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Orla Murphy is the IET Young Woman Engineer 2015 and is working at JLR

Date and Time

13 December 2017 - 18:30-21:00


Coventry, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - W.Mids:Coventry&Warks local network.

About this event

Speaker: Orla Murphy

Orla Murphy is the IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2015 and the Royal Academy of Engineering Young Engineer of the Year 2016. She works as an engineer at Jaguar Land Rover, in the Electrical Engineering Department. 

Orla is very committed to encouraging more people, both boys and girls, into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) careers. 

Orla will discuss her insights into the Automotive industry, particularly the unprecedented growth in importance and dependence on electrical systems. She will give examples from her work and testing at JLR in this area. This includes working as an acoustic engineer, designing and calibrating the audio systems within the vehicles, to problem solving and quality issues, to her latest project: Software Over-the-Air (SOTA). 


T&C at 6:30pm
Lecture at 7:00pm
Networking light buffet afterwards

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