Michael J. Kelly#


Michael J. Kelly
Email:mjk1 'at' cam.ac.uk
Membership Number:2629
Membership type:ORDINARY
Main Country of Residence:UNITED KINGDOM
Section:PHYSICS & ENGINEERING SCIENCES
Username:mkelly
Elected:2009
Homepage: http://www.eng.cam.ac.uk/~mjk1








Present and Previous Positions
  • Victoria University of Wellington. 1967-71; MSc 1971
  • University fo Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory 1971-81; PhD 1974
  • Research and Staff Fellow in Physics at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 1974-81; 1989-92
  • IBM Research Fellow at Physics Dept, UC Berkeley. 1975-6
  • SRC Advanced Fellow at Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge. 1977-81
  • Member of Research Staff at the GEC Hirst Research Centre, 1981-92
  • Royal Society/SERC Industrial Fellow at Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge. 1989-92
  • Staff Fellow in Physics at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 1989-92
  • Professor of Physics and Electronics, Physics Dept, University of Surrey 1992-6
  • Head of School of Electronic Engineering, Information Technology and Mathematics, University of Surrey 1997-2001:.
  • Surrey Satellite Technology Limited, Non-Executive Director 1997-2002
  • Erskine Fellow, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NZ May 1999
  • Director of Centre for Solid State Electronics, University of Surrey 2001-2
  • Prince Philip Professor of Technology in the University of Cambridge 2002-
  • Executive Director of the Cambridge-MIT Institute (CMI Ltd) 2003-5
  • Chief Scientific Advisor, Department for Communities and Local Government 2006-9
  • Non-Executive Director, Laird plc, 2006-


Fields of Scholarship
  • theoretical physics of condensed matter
  • hysics, materials, and technology of semiconductor devices
  • energy use in buildings


Honours and Awards
  • Fellow of Institute of Physics 1988
  • Fellow of Institution of Electrical Engineers 1989
  • The Paterson Medal and Prize, Institute of Physics 1989
  • The Nelson Gold Medal of GEC 1991
  • Elected Fellow of the Royal Society 1993
  • Elected Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering 1998
  • Royal Academy of Engineering Silver Medal 1999
  • Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand 1999
  • Royal Society Rutherford Memorial Lecturer in New Zealand 2000
  • Honorary Doctor of Science, Victoria University of Wellington 2002
  • Royal Society Hughes Medal and Prize 2006
  • Elected Member, Academia Europaea 2009


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