Sir Henry Royce Memorial Lecture
Crossrail - Vital Innovative British Infrastructure Delivering Long-term Economic Growth
17 September 2013 | One Wimpole Street, London, UK
Did you know?
The first Sir Henry Royce Memorial Lecture was organised in 1992 by the Institution of Incorporated Engineers (IIE), in association with the Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation.
The lecture is given by a distinguished speaker in the field of transport who has done much to perpetuate Sir Henry Royce's engineering philosophy – the pursuit of excellence.
The IEE and IIE merged in 2006 to become the IET who are proud to continue these lectures.
This section provides a complete list of the past speakers at this Prestige Lecture. You can also find links to related media for some of the more recent lectures.
Title of lecture
|2012||Philip Ruffles CBE|
Former Director of Engineering and Technology, Rolls-Royce Plc
|Rolls-Royce: Past, Present and Future - sustaining the traditions of Sir Henry Royce||IET.tv |
|2011||Lord Digby Jones of Birmingham, Kt, Llb(Hons), CIMgt, HonFIMechE||Manufacturing: Britain's Future|
50 Years of Motorways - Managing and Modernising Motorways
Dr Mike Mitchell MA MBA PhD MCILT
Delivering a Sustainable Railway
Dr Stephen Ladyman MP
A Transport Health Check: Long Term Strategies for a Sustainable Future
Gibbs Aquada: A Quantum Leap in Transport Technology
Dr Adam Hart Davis
The Creative Engineer
Dr Robert Hawley
The Rebirth of UK Engineering
Sir Robert Malpas CBE
The Universe of Engineering
Windsail in Service on the 600 Ton Motor Vessel Ashington
The 50 years of MIRA
Engineering the Channel Tunnel
Competition Car Design