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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.

Turing Lecture

Dr Rober Pepper (image)

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


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


Appleton Lecture

James Quinault CBE (image)

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


22 January 2015
James Quinault
Location: London


The IET President's Address

William Webb (photo)

From the iPhone to the iET


02 October 2014
William Webb
Location: London


Nuffield Lecture

Gavin Campbell (photo)

Creating a step change in aircraft wing technology


5 March 2015
Gavin Campbell
Location: Warwick


Mountbatten Memorial Lecture

John O'Reilly (photo)

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


20 November 2014
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
Andrew McNaughton
Location: London


Clerk Maxwell Lecture

Professor William J. Nuttall (photo)

Britain, Nuclear Energy and the Future


19 March 2015
William Nuttall
Location: London


Young Professionals' Event

Prof. Paul Newman (photo)

Robotics Science for Autonomous Vehicles


23 October 2014
Paul Newman
Location: London


Kelvin Lecture

Professor Richard Kitney (photo)

Synthetic Biology – “One of the eight great technologies”


17 June 2014
Richard Kitney
Location: London