IES is a multi-disciplinary engineering body, founded in Scotland in 1857, that provides a forum in which individuals from all engineering and related disciplines can discuss and exchange information, generate ideas and encourage young engineers. IES works with kindred bodies to promote a wider understanding of the role of the professional engineer in society.
The 2022 Journal of Engineering is now available.
Past volumes of the Journal of Engineering are now under open access.
Look at our 2022-2023 programme
IES - hybrid event - Injecting new life in our existing buildings – the sustainable solution to meet the ambitious carbon target18th April 2023 6:30 pm
Other Institutions’ Events
BCS -Are we preparing our students for real-world digital forensics?23rd March 2023 5:30 pm
Engineers Ireland - How Watches Work23rd March 2023 6:30 pm
Blue plaque for Professor MacQuorn Rankine unveiled!
26 February 2023
On 17th of February a blue plaque was unveiled at a Glasgow golf club!
18th April 2023 6:30 pm
IES - hybrid event - Injecting new life in our existing buildings – the sustainable solution to meet the ambitious carbon target
This will be a joint event between IES and IStructE
This talk will look at the science and practice of sustainably retrofitting existing buildings and will be illustrated with real life examples.
Steve is a Director who…
METHOD TO PRESERVE ENTANGLEMENT COULD ENABLE NEW QUANTUM TECH23 March 2023
Ocean-scrubbing ships ‘could efficiently remove CO2 from water using new process’22 March 2023
Reduced subject choice under Curriculum for Excellence is affecting opportunities and outcomes for Scotland’s young people, research finds21 March 2023
Publication of the Month
The role of professional engineers at sports events
Authored by William Dunbar, Formerly Director of Consulting Engineers Halcrow
The paper explains the role of a civil engineer in the provision of infrastructure and in the control of safety at major sporting events such as golf club championships.