Sir Henry Royce Memorial Lecture
25 September 2014 | Royal Institution, London, UK
Valued by the engineering and IT industry, the Sir Henry Royce Award is awarded to an outstanding young professional who has excelled in the workplace.
Is this you or someone you work with? If so let us know by sending in a nomination to the Sir Henry Royce Award team.
Certificate of attendance
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The IET is delighted to announce that Professor Andrew McNaughton, FREng, Chief Engineer and Technical Director, HS2 will deliver the 2014 Sir Henry Royce Memorial Lecture.
Details of Professor McNaughton’s speech will be available shortly, so bookmark this page and return for further information.
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18:00 - Registration and refreshments
18:30 - Lecture commences
20:00 - Reception
The event is free of charge and open to members and non-members of the IET.
Sir Henry Royce Award
We are searching for an outstanding young engineering / IT professional or industrial trainee who has excelled in the workplace within the last three years.
He / she may have shown exceptional leadership in developing a project, outstanding individual effort as part of a team or have demonstrated technological excellence when undertaking an engineering project.
Visit the Sir Henry Royce Award website to find out more about the ceremony and nominations.
Supported by the IET sectors
The Henry Royce Memorial Lecture is supported by the Design and Production and Transport sectors. The sectors aim to provide a portal to the IET's vast array of products, services and information in these areas.
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