Update 27th October:  We welcome Electricity North West to become our Sponsor! Looking forward to hear Dr Andrea Ballanti’s closing remarks about how this year’s topic links between industry and academia. In addition, Dr Diptargha Chakravorty will replace Dr. Charlotte Higgins to deliver the opening address!

There are only a few spaces available for MEEPS, don’t miss it! 

Update 10th October: The monthly committee meeting is held today. All is in hand. Everyone is looking forward to our last event of the year, MEEPS 2019. Don’t forget to submit the abstract and register for the event.

Update 6th October: MEEPS Abstract Submission Deadline is extended to Friday, 11 Oct 2019. 

Update 2nd October: Women in Engineering Event is held in D7, Renold Building. We had four talks delivered by Dr. Alessandra Parisio, Dr. Jessica Boland, Dr. Angeliki Loukatou and Ms. Kim Marklew, and a Workshop chaired by Dr. Boland. The event was very successful!

Update 14th August: Please check the information about MEEPS 2019 on the website. Don’t miss the topics and early bird registration time.

Update 6th August: The committee meeting is held as usual. We summary the last month work and the following plan. The WiE and MEEPS 2019 are coming. We have prepared different presents for the talkers and gusts. Hope for the wonderful events. In addition, most of the lectures have been done. One DLP lecture is coming in September.

Update 17th July: Today we had a workshop about “Literature Review Made Easy by Using Technical Publications”. Mr. Hill introduced the basic information of IEEE and CIGRE first. Then, Prof. Jarman introduce the publication process of an IEC standard. Finally, Dr. Panteli presents how to be a member of those institutes and the benefits by his own experience. Those talks are really helpful to the development of our PGRs no matter where we want to go after graduation.

Update 1st July: The second DLP lecture this year is held today. The lecture is given by Prof. Pierluigi Mancarella from The University of Melbourne, Australia. He is also the part time professor of Smart Energy Systems at The University of Manchester, UK. The topic is “Flexibility, Reliability and Resilience Services from Distributed Multi-Energy Resources”. The lecture hasn’t been uploaded on the website. Once it’s done, we will announce that on the social media.

Update 29th May: Today we have the first DLP lecture this year from Prof. Luis(Nando) Ochoa who is the professor form The University of Melbourne, Australia and he is also the part-time professor of Smart Grids at The University of Manchester, UK. The lecture is about the “Intelligent Control of Electric Vehicles”. So many people join this lecture and the photos are posted on the website. Don’t forget follow us on the social media.

Update 29th April: Today we invited Prof. Keith Bell from University of Strathclyde to the technical lecture ‘Accommodating Distributed Energy Resources: Technical, Commercial and Regulatory Challenges’. It was a really wonderful lecture. So many students joint this lecture and we had a really good discussion about energy management. If you missed the technical lecture, don’t forget to download the slides PDF copies.

Update 8th April: We have our second committee meeting today. And we are going to have another technical lecture by Prof. Keith Bell from University of Strathclyde. As for WinE activity, Dr. Jessica Louise Boland, a lecturer in Functional Materials and Devices in the Materials and Devices Division in the School of EEE at the University of Manchester, will give a wonderful talk and a workshop. Look forward to the activity, Women in Engineering 2019.  

Update 8th March: The Industrial Lectures are really wonderful. Thank Daniel Otto from Siemens and Tony Porrelli from Omicron for their sharing knowledge about the future trend in control, protection and protection testing. It’s a really good chance to know more practical knowledge about industry.

Update 14th February: Our AGM took place yesterday and the new committee has been now elected!

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Update 6th November: Thanks for all those who attended and helped out with MEEPS 2018. It was a huge success and a special thanks to our sponsors! We hope you all enjoyed it! Additionally, keep watching our web and social media sites for coming events!

Update 26th September: Today we delivered our second women in engineering event successfully!! We had a great turnout, inspiring talks regarding work-life balance and a super-useful workshop regarding setting SMART goals!!

Update 5th August: Another sponsor for MEEPS 2018 is now confirmed! We are delighted to announce that TNEI will also sponsor MEEPS 2018 this year!!

Update 2nd August: Check this article regarding our recent visit in Peel Energy Frodsham wind farm!

Update 23rd July: We have confirmed our first sponsor for MEEPS 2018!! With great technical expertise in transformer insulation and diagnostics, Weidmann is uniquely placed to deliver first class global solutions offering a range of monitorssensorssoftware platforms and diagnostic laboratory services.

Update 5th July: We are delighted to have confirmed the opening address for MEEPS 2018! Please check here for more details!

Update 7th May: Manchester Conference Centre has been confirmed as home of MEEPS for second year!

Update 6th Apr: We will hold a Women in Engineering event on 26th of September 2018, supported by the school of EEE, with theme “Work / Life balance in modern engineering disciplines: differences among genders”!

Update 13th Nov: Thanks for all those who attended and helped out with MEEPS. It was a huge success and a special thanks to our sponsors! We hope you all enjoyed it! Additionally, look out for coming events in December and next year!