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20 March 2018 | IET London: Savoy Place

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Previous winners

 

Previous winners of the IET A F Harvey Research prize include:

Dr Kuznetsov (photo)  

2016: Dr Kuznetsov

Dr Kuznetsov, Head of the Advanced Concept and Nanotechnology Division at DSI and world expert in photonics, has won this year’s prestigious IET A F Harvey Engineering Research Prize for his outstanding contributions to research in the field of Lasers and Optoelectronics, as well as pioneering research on dielectric nanoantennas, a new branch of nanophotonics, which studies the behaviour and use of light in nanoscale projects.

 
Professor Yang Hao (photo)  

2015: Professor Yang Hao

Professor Yang Hao was the fifth recipient of the prize, in recognition of his outstanding contributions in the fields of microwave, antennas and in particular metamaterial antenna innovations.

Professor Hao’s ‘Tailoring Microwave Antennas using Smart Materials via Transformation Optics’ research is focussed on developing a new generation of antennae with better aesthetics and a fundamental new design, which could allow them to be used in new and exciting ways, particularly in satellite communications and the aerospace industry.

   
Eleanor Stride (photo)  

2014: Professor Eleanor Stride

Professor Eleanor Stride was the fourth recipient of the prize, in recognition of her outstanding contributions to research and development of effective therapies for diseases such as cancer and strokes and researching the delivering of sufficiently high concentrations of drugs to a target site whilst minimizing exposure of healthy tissue.

   
Professor Stuart Wenham (photo)  

2013: Professor Stuart Wenham

Professor Wenham was the third recipient of the prize, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to research in the field of Lasers and Optoelectronics, specifically for his pioneering laser use in advanced silicon solar cell contact formation.

   
Professor Hugh Griffiths (photo)  

2012: Professor Hugh Griffiths

Professor Hugh Griffiths of University College London (UCL) was chosen from a number of high calibre candidates from across the world to win the prize due to his contributions to radar research and his continuing work to make major improvements in bistatic radar and its applications.

   
Ed Boyden (photo)  

2011: Ed Boyden

Ed Boyden, Benesse Career Development Professor, and Associate Professor of Biological Engineering and Brain and Cognitive Sciences, at the MIT Media Lab and the MIT McGovern Institute was awarded the prize for his pioneering research contributions to, and development of, the field of optogenetics, which has the potential to enable new approaches to therapy.

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