List of International Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering

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The Royal Academy of Engineering is the UK national academy in the field of engineering. Its purpose is to bring together the most successful and talented engineers to advance and promote excellence in engineering.[1][2]

Each year about 50 new fellows are admitted to the academy, after evaluation by the membership committee and election by existing fellows. Engineers who have achieved international distinction in their field, and who are not British citizens or residents, are elected and named as International Fellow and are entitled to use FREng after their names.[1]

International Fellows[edit]

Recently elected International Fellows are shown below.

YEAR Name Organization Country
2018 [3] Frances Arnold Nobel prize medal.svg
Harry Shum
Zhenya Liu
Ji Zhou

California Institute of Technology
Microsoft
State Grid Corporation of China
Chinese Academy of Engineering

United States USA
United States USA
China CHINA
China CHINA

2017 [4] John L. Hennessy[5]
Chad Holliday

Stanford University
Royal Dutch Shell plc

United States USA
United States USA
2016 [6] Charbel Farhat
Dinesh Verma

Stanford University
IBM

United States USA
United States USA
2015 [7] Manfred Morari
Robert Care
Scott W. Sloan

ETH Zurich
Arup Australasia
University of Newcastle, Australia

United States USA
Australia AUSTRALIA
Australia AUSTRALIA
2014 [8] William F. Baker
Thomas O'Rourke
Rick Rashid
Andrew Viterbi
Tieniu Tan
Jianyun Zhang
Teck Seng Low

Owings and Merrill LLP
Cornell University
Microsoft Corporation
University of Southern California
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute
National Research Foundation

United States USA
United States USA
United States USA
United States USA
China CHINA
China CHINA
Singapore SINGAPORE
2013 [9] Khalid A. Al-Falih
Hans-Jörg Bullinger
Ursula Burns
Carlos Ghosn
Patrick Prendergast

Saudi Aramco
Fraunhofer Society of Applied Research
Xerox Corporation
Nissan and Renault
University of Dublin

Saudi Arabia SAUDI ARABIA
Germany GERMANY
United States USA
Brazil BRAZIL
Republic of Ireland IRELAND
2012 [10] Tony Gibbs
Shirley Ann Jackson
Allyson Lawless
Michel Virlogeux

Council of Caribbean Engineering Institutions
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Allyson Lawless and Associates
Consultant structural engineer

Republic of Ireland IRELAND
United States USA
South AfricaSOUTH AFRICA
France FRANCE
2011 [11] Steven Chu Nobel prize medal.svg
Antonio Gens
Anne Lauvergeon
Jinghai Li
Yiu-Wing Mai
Jie Zhang
United States Department of Energy
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Areva
Chinese Academy of Sciences
University of Sydney
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
United States USA
Spain SPAIN
France FRANCE
China CHINA
Australia AUSTRALIA
China CHINA
2010 [12] Howard J. Bruschi
Robert Langer
Greg Lewin
Kerry Rowe
Charles M. Vest
Alan Eli Willner
Westinghouse Electric Company
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sapphire Global Pty Ltd
Queen's University
National Academy of Engineering
University of Southern California
United States USA
United States USA
Australia AUSTRALIA
Canada CANADA
United States USA
United States USA
2009 [13] John Cioffi
Vincent Poor
Seeram Ramakrishna
ASSIA, Inc.
Princeton University
National University of Singapore
United States USA
United States USA
Singapore SINGAPORE

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Charter, Statutes and Regulations of the Academy (pp 2-5)". Retrieved 23 November 2018.
  2. ^ https://www.raeng.org.uk/publications/strategy-and-finance/raeng-an-introduction-brochure
  3. ^ "50 engineering leaders become Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering". Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  4. ^ "50 leaders in engineering elected to Academy Fellowship". Retrieved 10 September 2018.
  5. ^ "John L. Hennessy elected to Royal Academy of Engineering, September 2017".
  6. ^ "Academy elects top engineers as Fellows at its 40th anniversary AGM". Retrieved 10 September 2018.
  7. ^ "World-leading engineers elected to Academy Fellowship". Retrieved 12 September 2018.
  8. ^ "Stars of industry and academia elected to the Royal Academy of Engineering". Retrieved 23 November 2018.
  9. ^ "60 new Fellows elected to the Academy for 2013". Retrieved 23 November 2018.
  10. ^ "New Fellows 2012 p.30". RAEng Annual Review 2012-2013. Retrieved 23 November 2018.
  11. ^ "RAEng Annual Review 2011/12 (p 29)". Retrieved 25 November 2018.
  12. ^ "Academy elects 'unique national resource' to assist in economic recovery" (PDF). Retrieved 24 June 2019.
  13. ^ "New Fellows 2009". Retrieved 24 June 2019.