Ingenia - Issue 26, March 2006
A Rounded Man
Dr Scott Steedman FREng FICE
Dr Scott Steedman encourages the widest possible access for young engineers to new experimental and theoretical methods, emerging sciences and innovative technologies
Responses to ‘Autism and engineers: Is there a connection?’
Professor Peter G Fookes FREng
‘The Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2005’ award; the Nordic experience of energy; a tribute to Brunel
Designs on creativity
Sir George Cox
Sir George Cox tells of his review for the Government on how British businesses can be made more competitive
Dr Sue Ion OBE FREng
The Director of Technology at BNFL tells Michael Kenward OBE of her belief in nuclear energy,and her passion for helping the public to engage with it in the future.
Engineering and the Artist's Eye – Literature
The third in a series looking at engineering’s relationship with the arts.
Philosophy in the making
Dr Natasha McCarthy
What can philosophy learn from engineering, and what can engineering gain in return?
Professor Helen Atkinson
The thixotropic manipulation of metallic alloys.
The Grand Challenge
An Engineering Leadership Award holder reports on his time spent developing autonomous vehicles in California.
Protecting Phone Systems
Dr William Webb FREng
How communications networks have fared during recent disasters and how they could be made more effective.
Genesis of a Queen – The President's New Year Reception
Stephen Payne, Chief Designer of the Queen Mary 2, was the speaker at this year’s New Year Reception.
True Liner – The Creation of the Queen Mary 2
Stephen Payne OBE
The logistics of designing and project managing the giant ocean liner.
Using electro-magnetic imaging to search for oil reserves beneath the sea floor.
|Editor-in-Chief||Dr Scott Steedman FREng|
|Managing Editor||Dominic Joyeux|
|Editorial Assistant||Isla McMillan|
|Editorial Board||Professor John Burland CBE FREng FRS
Basil Butler CBE FREng
Bob Emmerson FREng
Dr Dougal Goodman FREng
Derek Hanson FREng
Michael Kenward OBE
Dr Ian Nussey OBE FREng
Professor William Stewart FREng
|Director, Policy & Public Affairs||Tom McLaughlan|