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The Barlow Memorial Lecture and Research Poster Presentation

About the Barlow Memorial Lecture

 

The Barlow Lecture is held biennially (normally in May or June) in memory of Harold Everard Monteagle Barlow (1899-1989) who was the Head of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at UCL from 1950 to 1967. Heinvented the H01 millimetre waveguide and is remembered for his many contributions to microwave research for which he was awarded the IEE Kelvin and J J Thompson Premiums, the Faraday Medal, the URSI Dellinger Gold Medal and the IEEE Kelly Prize.

Alongside the Barlow Lecture we also celebrate the current research of the Department with a Research Poster Display. The research work carried out by both postgraduate and post-doctoral researchers is a vital element of all leading research departments and we showcase presentations of the work of our staff, Masters, PhD, and EngD researchers.