Young engineers are invited to a free event where you can hear AF Harvey Prize winner Professor Hugh Griffiths talk on the future of bistatic radar systems.
The IET A F Harvey prize is awarded annually, honouring an exceptional individual researcher for their outstanding achievements and promising future research.
On 23 May, Professor Hugh Griffiths, 2012’s award winner, will be presenting his research as well as collecting his prize. Professor Griffiths was chosen from a number of high calibre candidates from across the world to win the engineering research prize of £300,000 to continue his research, which aims to make major improvements in bistatic radar and its applications.
His lecture, entitled “From a different perspective: Principles, practice and potential of bistatic radar” will present a review of some of the history, and the properties and current developments in the subject, as well as the prospects for the future.
The event is free to attend and will be followed by a networking drinks reception. For further information or to book your free place, visit www.theiet.org/harvey.