Welcome to the South Eastern region.

These webpages contain information on the events and activities organised by Institution volunteers who live in Kent, Sussex and Surrey.

We run full programmes of events in these areas – for more information, click here. Events are organised by the Automobile and Railway divisions too.

If you’ve got a question about membership, professional registration or would like a presentation on the Institution at your workplace or university, contact Claire Maycock.

If you have an idea for an event or would like more information about volunteering to promote engineering in your area, just get in touch with one of the committee by contacting us.

Current and Future Events

Please click the event heading for further information.
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    19 November 2018 18:00 to 20:00
    London Underground Head Office (Tube: St James's Park) - London
    Innovative rolling stock developments for accessibility at the Platform-Train Interface. A presentation by Dr Peter Hubbard of Loughborough University.
    Industry: Railway
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    21 November 2018 18:00 to 20:00
    University of Greenwich - Chatham Maritime - Chatham, Kent
    This talk is based on the television program and the way the University has organised a competition including local school students
    Industry: Other Industries / Sectors
  • Event Type: Talk or debate
    04 December 2018 18:00 to 20:00
    University of Greenwich - Chatham Maritime - Chatham, Kent
    This talk provides an insight into some of the remarkable contributions that Muslim scientists, engineers and Mathematicians have made during the height of Islamic civilisation. In particular the talk focuses on the works of Al-Jazzari who is considered to be one of the first Mechanical Engineers.
    Industry: Cross-sector
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    05 December 2018 18:30 to 20:00
    Ricardo UK Ltd - Shoreham-by-Sea
    The challenge of reducing vehicle development costs whilst carrying out shorter product cycles and increasing levels of validation is being addressed by the introduction of virtual testing environments. These systems rely on realistic system models that can run in real-time and mimic the vehicle and powertrain responses. This presentation will discuss both real-time models and how they can be exploited to achieve reductions in engine and vehicle testing.
    Industry: Automobile
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    06 December 2018 18:30 to 21:00
    Lecture Theatre 1 - University of Brighton - Brighton
    GreenPower – Widening access to Engineering
    Industry: Cross-sector
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