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IET Prestige Lecture Series

Attending an IET Lecture is your opportunity to see the future of engineering. IET Lectures are free to attend and are a key highlight of the IET’s events calendar.

Showcasing the latest ideas and technologies, the nine lectures cover a range of engineering disciplines, ranging from general interest to the more technical.

Committee and speakers

The committee support the development of the forthcoming lectures

Clerk Maxwell Lecture

Professor William J. Nuttall (photo)

Britain, Nuclear Energy and the Future

 

19 March 2015
Speaker:
William Nuttall
Location: London

   

Appleton Lecture

James Quinault CBE (image)

Cyber security: why we should be worried; and what we can do about it

 

22 January 2015
Speaker:
James Quinault
Location: London

   

The IET President's Address

William Webb (photo)

From the iPhone to the iET

 

02 October 2014
Speaker:
William Webb
Location: London

   

Sponsorship and exhibition

Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at one of our lectures?

Nuffield Lecture

Gavin Campbell (photo)

Creating a step change in aircraft wing technology

 

5 March 2015
Speaker:
Gavin Campbell
Location: Warwick

   

Mountbatten Memorial Lecture

John O'Reilly (photo)

Full STEAM ahead for growth: Knowledge, innovation and industrial strategy

 

20 November 2014
Speaker:
John O'Reilly
Location: London

   

Sir Henry Royce Memorial Lecture

Andrew McNaughton (photo)

Britain's Rail Future - User focused, technology driven and engineering led

 

25 September 2014
Speaker:
Andrew McNaughton
Location: London

   

Contact us

For enquiries regarding the speakers, programmes or how you might get involved

Turing Lecture

Dr Rober Pepper (image)

The Internet Paradox: how bottom-up beat(s) command and control

 

February 2015
Speaker:
Dr Robert Pepper
Locations: London, Cardiff, Manchester, Belfast

 

 

Young Professionals' Event

Prof. Paul Newman (photo)

Robotics Science for Autonomous Vehicles

 

23 October 2014
Speaker:
Paul Newman
Location: London

   

Kelvin Lecture

Professor Richard Kitney (photo)

Synthetic Biology – “One of the eight great technologies”

 

17 June 2014
Speaker:
Richard Kitney
Location: London