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Awards ceremony 2013
The winners of the IET Achievement Awards were announced at the Brewery, Chiswell Street, London on 20 November 2013. The event, hosted by presenter, biochemist and animal biologist Liz Bonnin, was a great success and was well attended.
The awards recognise some of the world's most outstanding engineers and technologists and acknowledge the talents of some exceptional students and young professionals.
The complete list of winners can be found in the ceremony brochure.
Thank you to all of those who joined us for yet another successful IET Achievement Awards Ceremony. The first part of the ceremony focused mainly on the IET's Achievement Awards which recognise and celebrate individual excellence in the various fields of Engineering and Technology. The IET's most prestigious award, the Faraday Medal, was previously presented to Professor Sir Michael Pepper at the IET President's Address on 3 October 2013 as Sir Michael was unable to attend the Awards Ceremony. The winners of the Apprentice and Technician of the Year Awards were announced for the first time at the ceremony.
Lydia Feasey was announced as the IET Apprentice of the Year award winner, Andrew Knowles was the recipient of the IET Technician of the Year award and Staff Sergeant David Emmerson was selected from an exemplary shortlist to win the IET Armed Forces Technician of the Year award.
The second part of the ceremony included IET Premium Awards which are for authors of the best papers published in the IET Research Journals and the IET Scholarships which recognise and reward excellence in individuals within the engineering and technology fields.
The ceremony also included the global final of the "Present around the World" competition, a technical presentation competition for students and young professionals.
Four contestants from across the globe gave a ten minute presentation and the winner and runner up were chosen by the audience (who voted for their favourite) and a panel of judges.
The winner, Christopher Bellamy, who represented the United Kingdom Region received a £1,000 cash prize and the runner-up, Kelsey Kennedy, who represented the Asia Pacific Region received £500.
View the opening sting used at the IET Achievement Awards Ceremony 2013
The 2013 IET Achievement Awards ceremony would not be possible without the support and generous sponsorship of the awards programme by BP and GCHQ.
It was great to see so many talented engineers and technicians being recognised.
See all our winners in the ceremony brochure and view a selection of photos from the ceremony below.