Clifford Paterson Medal and Lecture winner 2022
Professor Anne Neville OBE FREng FRS
The Clifford Paterson Medal and Lecture 2022 is awarded to Professor Anne Neville OBE FREng FRS for her innovative research into corrosion and tribology and the successful application of this to wide-ranging, real life, engineering problems.
Professor Neville will be award a medal and a gift of £2,000 at the associated prize lecture in 2022.
The Clifford Paterson Medal and Lecture is given for outstanding contributions in the field of engineering. The lectureship was originally endowed by The General Electric Company in memory of Clifford Paterson FRS, who founded the GEC Research Laboratories in 1919. Originally the lectures were given on electrical science and technology but this was later broadened to any aspect of engineering. The first lecture was given in 1975. The medal is of bronze, is awarded biennially and is accompanied by a gift of £2,000.
The Clifford Paterson medal and lecture is open to UK/Commonwealth/Irish Republic citizens or those who have been residents for three or more years. There are no restrictions on career stage and nominations will remain valid and shall be considered by the award selection committee throughout three nomination cycles.
The call for nominations is now closed. The next round of nominations opens in November 2022.
Dr Jacqueline Cole will be awarded the Clifford Paterson Medal and Lecture 2020 for the development of photo-crystallography and the discovery of novel high-performance nonlinear optical materials and light-harvesting dyes using molecular design rules.
Professor Timothy Leighton FREng FRS was awarded the Clifford Paterson Medal in 2018 and presented his lecture The acoustic bubble: climate change, spaceships, dolphins, and the antibiotic apocalypse.
Professor Russell Cowburn FRS was awarded the Clifford Paterson Medal in 2016 and presented his lecture The attractions of magnetism: chips, cancer and crime.
See full list of all past winners of the Clifford Paterson Medal and Lecture.