Engineering fellows

July 21, 2006

New Royal Academy of Engineering fellows

William Bardo , director, Defence Technology Centre in Systems Engineering and Integrated Systems for Defence; Peter Cawley , professor of mechanical engineering, Imperial College London; James Cooper , managing director, M G Bennet and Associates; John Dunkley , chairman, Atomising Systems; Anthony Evans , professor of materials and mechanical engineering, University of California; Julian Gardner , dean, School of Engineering, Warwick University; Nigel Gee , managing director, BMT Nigel Gee and Associates; John Graham , professor of unsteady aerodynamics, Imperial; John Hancock , dean, faculty of engineering, Glasgow University; Terence Hill , chairman, Arup Group; Pieter Lindeque , IBM distinguished engineer; Andrew Livingston , professor of chemical engineering, Imperial; Christopher Mairs , director, Data Connection; Geoffrey Maitland , professor of energy engineering, Imperial; Gordon Masterton , managing director, Jacobs Babtie ; William Milne, chair of electrical engineering, Cambridge University; Christopher Peele , technical director, QinetiQ; Ian Postlethwaite , professor of engineering, Leicester University; Nigel Shadbolt , professor of artificial intelligence, Southampton University; Morris Soman , director of research in computing, Imperial; Paul Stein , managing director, Roke Manor Research; Philip Sutton , director-general, Ministry of Defence; Kathleen Tanner , professor of biomedical materials, Queen Mary University; Christopher Taylor , head, School of Computer Science, Manchester University; Jean Venables , chairman, Crane Environment; Michael Walker , research and development director, Vodafone Group; Peter Warry , chairman, Victrex; Ian White , professor of engineering, Cambridge; Robert Young , head of School of Materials, Manchester.

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