IET Awards - Achievement Medals
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IET Achievement Medals
The IET Achievement Medals are awarded to individuals who have made major and distinguished contributions in the various sectors of science, engineering and technology.
The judging panel will look for outstanding and sustained excellence in one or more activities, for example, research and development, innovation, design, manufacturing, technical management, promotion of engineering and technology. The medals in the collection include:
The IET Prestige Medals:
- The Faraday Medal;
- The Mountbatten Medal;
- J J Thomson Medal for Achievement in Electronics;
- Mensforth Manufacturing Gold Medal.
The IET Achievement Medals:
- Up to five Achievement Medals are awarded for excellence in any area of engineering, technology or applied science.
How to nominate
Nominations can be made by clicking onto the online nomination form on the right hand side. Nominators are required to upload the candidate’s Curriculum Vitae (CV) of no more than 2 pages or a link to a URL where the candidate’s professional profile is available. You do not need to be a Member of the IET to make a nomination or be nominated.
Please note only one nomination is required per candidate and self-nominations will not be accepted.
- If you are interested in nominating someone, please see the Candidate criteria guidance (PDF) document before completing the nomination form.
Two of the 2015 winners
|Rachel Hurst, Group Operations Director with Domino Printing Services plc. UK, has been awarded and Achievement Medal. Her career at Domino Printing Services has encompassed manufacturing, customer operations, product management, sales and marketing, mergers and acquisition, and strategic planning and since 2006 she has been responsible for all of the company’s manufacturing operations.|
|An Achievement Medal has been awarded to Dr Robin Sham BSc PhD DIC FCGI FRSA CEng FICE FHKIE, Sector Managing Director/Transportation AECOM, Hong Kong. He is a pioneering innovator in bridge engineering and has made profound contributions to bridge building globally. He created the Aberfeldy Bridge, the world’s first glass fibre reinforced composite cable-stayed bridge and was recognised as a key innovator of the Taizhou Bridge, the world’s first long-span, three-pylon continuous suspension bridge.|
Two of the 2014 winners
An Achievement Medal was awarded to Dr Alfonso Farina FIET, Senior Advisor to Chief Technology Officer, Selex ES, Rome, Italy for pioneering contributions to the theoretical development and practical application of innovative and robust adaptive signal, data and image processing techniques, for target detection, estimation, tracking, recognition and fusion in complex e.m. disturbance environments, to operational ground-based, naval, airborne and over the horizon (active and passive) radar systems on civilian, defence and security platforms.
|An Achievement Medal was awarded to Keith Hayler FIET, UK in recognition of his contribution to UK and global broadcast engineering over a number of decades. Specifically, his contribution to digital broadcast platforms; Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) and Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB).|
2016 Key dates
IET Achievement Awards:
16 November 2016, 13:00 (GMT)
Submit an Achievement Medal nomination
Submissions are closed for 2016