The Engineers Ireland Electrical division is for engineers with an interest in electricity, electronics, and electromagnetics.
The division has links with other professional associations and organisations such as the Conseil International des Grand Reseaux Electriques (CIGRÉ) and NSAI’s Electro-technical committee under the direction of the CRU.
A technique that accurately measures how atom-thin materials expand when heated could help engineers develop faster, more powerful electronic devices.
We ask Intel engineers Tony Hepburn and Kenny Mcnamee to talk about their professional life – their mentors, details of current projects and so on.
The commercialisation of wind energy systems has far exceeded that of tidal stream turbines and is a mature technology with a range of support services. This article will explore the reasons for this difference in the technologically similar wind and tidal stream contributions to the national grids of Ireland and the UK, writes Mike Barrett.
New understanding of metal electrolysis could help optimise production of metals like lithium and iron.
The flexible, thin-film device has the potential to make any surface into a low-power, high-quality audio source.
The design could someday enable a fully decarbonised power grid, say researchers.
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