The Society of Environmental Engineers (SEE) is a professional Society which exists to promote awareness of the discipline of environmental engineering, and to provide members of the Society with information, training and representation within this field.
Latest News from our Journal
In January 2016 we will publish our first Data Acquisition and Sensors (DAQ & Sensors 2016) editorial supplement. This means that in 2016 our Members will receive six extra supplements covering EMC, Climatic & Vibration, Test Houses, Cleanrooms and Electronics as well as DAQ & Sensors.
The December 2015 issue of our Membership Journal, Environmental Engineering has just been published. As well as a technology report looking at climatic & vibration testing and an industry focus on the rail sector Member copies will also include the Electronics 2015 Supplement.
We look at how vibration attenuation can be achieved in a magnetically controlled variable transmission.
Bags of wind...
Wind turbines have become large and complex structures. Our Editor looks at some of the testing procedures which are invoked prior to installation on a wind farm.
As the energy industry becomes more connected in the Internet of things (IoT) we look at a report that exposes the vulnerability of nuclear facilities to potential cyber attacks.
Technical Manager vacancy at an Environmental Test Centre....
QinetiQ are looking to hire at their facility in Essex.
For more information click here.
For the full stories behind the latest headlines, you can read the December 2015 edition here
Environmental Engineering is our Membership Journal and is available to Members in both print and digital formats. The Journal will be published six times in 2015 with editions appearing in February, April, June, August, October and December.
The editorial content will include technology focuses (on cleanrooms and contamination control, design and simulated test, EMC testing, data acquisition, recording and sensors, NDT, climatic vibration and noise testing) and industry sector reports (automotive, medical, aerospace & defence, transport, electronics and telecoms and rail).
In addition Members will also receive six separate editorial supplements during 2016, covering Data Acquisition & Sensors, EMC technology, Cleanrooms, Test Houses, Climatic & Vibration testing and Electronics.
Test House Directory 2016
Published early in 2016 and distributed to our Members with their Journal in February, this edition will have more than 800 categories of test and nearly 150 companies listed.
The information is also available online at TestHouseDirectory.com and new companies can appear here at any time during the year by filling in the pdf form here.
New ecommerce terms & conditions
For The Society can be found here
Is our new Twitter account.....
Virtual groups for SEE Members
We are soon to roll out a new Membership Application form which will also give our Members the opportunity to sign up for our new virtual technology and industry groups. The technology groups will address Testing & Reliability, Design & Simulation, Cleanrooms & Contamination Control, Packaging, Environmental Management. The industry groups will focus on Aerospace & Defence, Transport including Automotive & Rail, Electrical, Electronics & Telecoms, Manufacturing & Process, Power, Energy & Offshore, and Built Environment.
SEE Members Newsletter for December 2015
This information is available in the SEE News pages of our Journal. But it is also here in pdf form.
The SEE in Hong Kong
We are pleased to confirm the details of the SEE Hong Kong Chapter Committee for 2014 - 2015 here.
New job section
The SEE website now has it's own job section. This can help Members if they are looking for a new job, checking out their market value or even looking to recruit some staff. Please look here for the latest in environmental engineering vacancies.
This is an online professional development system and is aligned with the UK Standard for Professional Engineering Competence (UK-SPEC) for EngTech, ICTTech, IEng and CEng, as well as other registration grades your institution may offer. You can measure and track your progress against the competence statements for the category of registration you are working towards. Records can then be sent to your institution as part of the professional review process. Engineers and technicians who have attained professional registration can continue to use to record their Continuing Professional Development (CPD). This service can help our Members work towards professional registration.
SEE Members can access mycareerpath here
Video Of The Month
Inspiring the next generation of female engineers
Close your eyes and picture and engineer. You probably weren't envisioning Debbie Sterling. Debbie Sterling is an engineer and founder of GoldieBlox, a toy company out to inspire the next generation of female engineers. She has made it her mission in life to tackle the gender gap in science, technology, engineering and maths.
To watch Click Here
Corporate Partner Scheme
The Society currently has over twenty Corporate Partners and would like to work with other interested organisations.
As a first step please contact us.
Instrumentation, Analysis and Testing Exhibition 15th March 2016, Silverstone, UK
Utility Week 2016, NEC Birmingham, 17th & 18th May
15 March 2016
Engineering Integrity Society Instrumentation, Testing And Analysis Exhibtion 2016
10:00am - 4:00pm at Silverstone, UK
23 March 2016
EMV 2016 - international trade fair for EMC technology
9:00am - 6:00pm at CCD Congress Center, Dusseldorf, Germany
02 May 2016
9:00am - 6:00pm at Glendale, Arizona, USA
17 May 2016
Utility Week Live 2016
9:30am - 5:30pm at Hall 12, NEC Birmingham, UK