The Royal Academy of Engineering International Medal
The International Medal was
created in 2006 to celebrate The Royal Academy of
Engineering’s 30th anniversary. The Medal is to be
awarded occasionally to an individual, resident
outside of the European Union, for his or her
outstanding and sustained personal achievement in
the broad field of engineering. The recipient is
presented with a silver gilt medal and certificate.
The first recipient of the Academy’s International
Medal was Professor Cham Tao Soon FREng, who helped
to create and develop the Nanyang Technological
University in Singapore.
The call for nominations for the 2013 award has now closed. The winner(s) will be announced in 2013.
Dr Andrew Viterbi,
Mobile communications pioneer and co-founder of Qualcomm
Dr Abdul Kalam,
Former President of India
Professor Xu Kuangdi FREng
President of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
Chairman, The ERA Foundation
Professor Cham Tao Soon FREng
For information on the International Medal nomination process, please email the International Team