Fellowships

September 8, 1995

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING

Honorary fellowships Douglas Cullen, senator of the College of Justice in Scotland and Lord of Session; Norman Foster, director, Norman Foster & Partners; Robert White, former president US National Academy of Engineering.

Fellows

Michael Alcock, air officer commanding-in-chief logistics command, air member for logistics and chief engineering, RAF; Vincent Babinton, director, general ships - MOD; Edward Beddoes, technical director, Vodafone Ltd; Roger Browne, consultant; Keith Clarke, director of technical collaboration, BT; Phillip Coates, professor of polymer engineering at University of Bradford; Gordon Crighton, construction director, Hong Kong Mass Transit Authority; Nicholas Cumpsty, professor of aerothermal technology at University of Cambridge, Graham Davies, professor and head of chemical engineering at UMIST; Adrian Ellis, director of technology and health sciences division, Health & Safety Executive; David Ewins, professor of vibration engineering at Imperial College, London; Owen Farish, dean of faculty of engineering and director of the centre for electrical power engineering at University of Strathclyde; Patricia Foster, proprietor, Microwave and Antenna Systems; John Harrison, associate director, TWI.

Richard Haryott, director, Ove Arup Partnership; Peter Heggs, professor of chemical engineering at UMIST; George Hockham, consultant and visiting senior research fellow at Queen Mary & Westfield College, London; Colin Hope, chairman and chief executive, T&N plc; Nigel Hughes, director of technology, Smiths Industries Aerospace; Peter Hughes, chairman and managing director of Glencast Ltd, president of Scottish Engineering; Thomas Johnston, chief executive, Babtie Group Ltd; Roger Kemp, sales & marketing director, GEC Alsthom Traction Ltd; Brian Kent, chairman, Wellington Holdings; Ronald Lawes, head, Central Microstructure Facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory; Terence Lazenby, chief engineer, BP International; Anthony May, professor of transport engineering at University of Leeds; John McCanny, professor of microelectronic engineering at Queen's University, Belfast; Terence Morgan, managing director, Royal Ordnance plc; Evelyn Norie, chairman and managing director, Mott Connell Ltd (Hong Kong); Raman Narayan, partner, Tietz &Partners; Douglas Oughton, director of Oscar Faber Consulting Engineers Ltd; David Palmer, main board director, Mott MacDonald; John Roberts, director, Allott and Lomax, consulting engineers; Christopher Ross, chief executive, Ricardo Group plc; Nicholas Salmon, chief executive, Babcock International Group plc; Peter Selway, director, technology, advanced technology centre, BNR Europe Ltd; Robert Siddall, consultant, former director of Opencast, British Coal Corporation; John Spence, deputy principal, University of Strathclyde; Martyn Stroud, director, Ove Arup Partnership; Christopher Taylor, professor of tribology and head of department of mechanical engineering, University of Leeds; William Thomas, emeritus professor of chemical engineering, University of Bath; Brian Tomkins, chief materials engineer, AEA Technology; John Uff, professor of engineering law at King's College; Gary Vanstone, director, business development, Racal Electronics plc, managing director, Racal Messengers Ltd; Peter Varnish, director of science for Ballistic Missile Defence; Anthony Vickers, managing director, British Steel Tinplate; Edmund Wallis, chief executive, Powergen plc; Robert White, professor of vibration studies, University of Southampton; Stephen Williamson, professor of engineering, University of Cambridge, professorial fellow at St John's College; Roland Younger, technical director, Davy International.

Foreign Members

Gerald Dinneen, senior fellow, Institute of Technology, University of Minnesota; Michael Lewis, consultant, Ove Arup Partnership; Harold Liebowitz, L. Stanley Crane professor of engineering and applied science, George Washington University, Washington DC; John Neerhout, executive vice president and director, Bechtel Group Inc; Sogo Okamura, president of Tokyo Denki University.

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