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Annual General Meeting and 8th Meeting of the 201st Session (2021-2022)

Annual General Meeting

On Monday 6th June 2022, at 7pm

Agenda

The President Dr Alison Morrison-Low will be in the Chair.

Agenda

  1. To record apologies for absence
  2. Minutes of the AGM held on Monday 7th June 2021
  3. Presentation of the Annual Report of the Council for the year ended 31st August 2021
  4. President’s Report of the 201st Session of the Society
  5. Treasurer’s Report
  6. Election of Officers
  7. A.O.R.B (Please advise Secretary in advance)

Only Fellows of the Society may participate in this part of the evening's proceedings.

Following the conclusion of the AGM there will be a presentation by Dr Carol Marsh OBE , Head of Digital Systems, Celestia-UK on “The Future of Electronics”.

The evening will conclude with a buffet reception to which all Fellows and their guests are invited.


The Future of Electronics

Dr Carol Marsh OBE

Whether you know it or not, you use electronics everyday of your life and without electronics the world would be a different place, but what is electronics and what's the future for electronics? In this presentation, Dr Carol Marsh, will give a brief history of electronics, what she thinks life will be like in 2050 and the challenges facing electronics to meet future demands.

Dr Carol Marsh has worked in the field of electronics for over 35 years, specializing in programmable logic. She is the Head of Digital Systems at Celestia-UK, a Visiting Professor at Edinburgh Napier University and a volunteer for the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), where she is the Chair of the Council, Chair of the Engineering Policy Group Scotland, a Fellow Advisor and a Professional Registration Advisor and Interviewer. She is also a Hammermen of Edinburgh, a Burgess of the City of Edinburgh, a STEM Ambassador and Past President of the Women's Engineering Society.

Carol graduated with an HND in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Edinburgh Napier University in 1985 and was awarded a degree in Doctor of Engineering in System Level Integration from the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt and Strathclyde in 2011.

A winner of 7 technology and diversity awards, Carol is passionate about prompting engineering and in 2020 was awarded an OBE for Diversity and Inclusion in Electronic Engineering.