IEEE EMC Society, UK and Northern Ireland Chapter, at Newbury
13 Mar 2023
This year, the annual meeting of the IEEE EMC Society, UK and Northern Ireland Chapter, will be held at the UK’s only independent EMC Exhibition, EMC and CI 2023, being held at Newbury Racecourse, UK.
The meeting will take place on the afternoon of the 16th May, 2023 on the 2nd floor of the main grandstand.
Lunch (before the meeting) and afternoon refreshments will be provided by the host: Cherry Clough Consultants Ltd.
The society is concerned with the ability of equipment and systems to coexist with each other, and within their electromagnetic environment, without causing or suffering interference.
Attendance at the meeting is free to Chapter members, and if you are not a member but wish to attend please ask here.
If you would like to like take the opportunity to visit the show whilst in the area, please book your free ticket here!
In addition, there are a number of free and paid technical and training workshops at the upcoming exhibition, see the full programme here.
Spaces are limited, so please book your training now!
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