Thursday 15 November 2012 | IET London: Savoy Place
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In 1978, the National Electronics Council instituted an annual prestige lecture and the first lecture was given by The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. View a brief history of the lecture.
Past speakers (1978 - 1999)
This section provides a list of the past speakers at this Prestige Lecture.
Title of lecture
Professor J M Brady
Looking Inside our Bodies: from Science to Exploitation
Air Marshal P C Norriss
Eurofighter – Electronics in Action
Professor A N Broers
Microelectronics Beyond 2000 – is there a Role for Britain?
Professor B Tamm
Winds of Change: the Estonian Experience
Dr J R Forrest
Telemedia: a Survival Guide to the Fifth Dimension
Dr B Svedberg
Microelectronics in Today’s Industrial Revolution
Lord Tombs of Brailes
Reversing the Decline in Manufacturing Industry
Sir Leon Brittan
High Tech in Europe – What Price a Policy?
Sir Eric Ash
Common Sense – an Alternative to Higher Education?
Admiral Sir Lindsay Bryan
Tiffies and Daggers
J B B Aris
The Early Days of Revolution
Sir William Barlow
A Revolution in Communications
J S Cassels
Success in Electronics: Shortening the Odds on Britain
Professor J M Ashworth
Education, Training and Industrial Performance
B de Ferranti
Electronics, Europe and Survival
Obsolete Politics in the Age of High Technology
Dr I A Ross
Microelectronics: Progress and Prospects
Dr W Decker
The Expanding Field of Information Technology
Sir Hermann Bondi
Who Needs the World’s Energy?
Sir Robert Telford
From Wireless to Chips: All in a Lifetime
Look Forward to the Electronic Future
Earl Mountbatten of Burma
Electronics – the Lifeline