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IET Electronics Letters Founded by Prof. Clarricoats of EECS celebrates its 50th Anniversary

The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), UK, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of its leading publications, Electronics Letters. Please check the following link for further information (http://www.theiet.org/resources/journals/eletters/index.cfm) Prof. Peter Clarricoats of the Antennas Group at QMUL is the founding editor of the publication and has served as an editor for the journal for over 40 years. Please check the following link (http://www.theiet.org/resources/journals/eletters/5001/50-years.cfm), where Prof Clarricoats and Sir Eric Ash talk about how the journal started and also the role it had in changing the field of electronic engineering.

9 January 2014

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The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), UK, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of its leading publications, Electronics Letters. Please check the following link for further information (http://www.theiet.org/resources/journals/eletters/index.cfm) Prof. Peter Clarricoats of the Antennas Group at QMUL is the founding editor of the publication and has served as an editor for the journal for over 40 years. Please check the following link (http://www.theiet.org/resources/journals/eletters/5001/50-years.cfm), where Prof Clarricoats and Sir Eric Ash talk about how the journal started and also the role it had in changing the field of electronic engineering.

The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), UK, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of its leading publications, Electronics Letters. Please check the following link for further information (http://www.theiet.org/resources/journals/eletters/index.cfm)

Prof. Peter Clarricoats of the Antennas Group at QMUL is the founding editor of the publication and has served as an editor for the journal for over 40 years. Please check the following link (http://www.theiet.org/resources/journals/eletters/5001/50-years.cfm), where Prof Clarricoats and Sir Eric Ash talk about how the journal started and also the role it had in changing the field of electronic engineering.

 

 

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