Glazebrook medal recipients

2014
Professor Gerhard Materlik
University College London and Diamond Light Source
For outstanding leadership in establishing a world-leading laboratory at the Diamond Light Source and for his innovations in X-ray diffraction physics.


2013
Professor Lyndon Rees Evans
CERN, Geneva and Imperial College London
For his outstanding leadership of the Large Hadron Collider Project.


2012
Professor Steven Cowley
UK Atomic Energy Authority / Imperial College
For his leadership of the United Kingdom’s magnetic fusion programme and of Culham Laboratory and for his seminal contributions to plasma and fusion science.


2011
Professor Richard J Parker, Dr Mike Howse and Professor Philip C Ruffles
Rolls Royce Group
For the creation, development and expansion of the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) network, widely held to be the exemplary model for University/ Industry interaction.


2010
Professor Peter Roberts
AWE
For his leadership in the design, physics and safety of nuclear weapons.


2009
Professor Sir Peter Knight
Imperial College London
For his outstanding contributions to Physics in the UK and globally through both his scholarship as a pre-eminent Atomic and Molecular Optics theoretician and as a charismatic and effective leader of research and research organisations.


2008
Professor William George Stirling
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble, France, and University of Liverpool
For his outstanding leadership in managing and taking forward a world-leading laboratory, and for his innovative work in neutron and X-ray scattering science.


2007
Colin Carlile
The Institut Laue Langevin, Grenoble
For his contributions to neutron science, in particular through his leadership of the Institut Laue-Langevin.


2006
Andrew Dawson Taylor
CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
For his contributions to neutron scattering physics through his leadership as director of the ISIS facility at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, and in the realisation of the second target station at ISIS.


2005
Peter Williams
The Engineering and Technology Board
For his outstanding contributions to physics-based industry through his leadership of world-class companies such as Oxford Instruments and through his work with Government, the Research Councils and professional bodies.


2004
Ian M Ward


2003
Terence John Quinn


2002
George Ernest Kalmus


2001
Colin Edward Webb


2000
Alexander Boksenberg


1999
Christopher Llewellyn Smith


1998
Cyril Hilsum


1997
Alexander Donnachie


1996
Edgar William John Mitchell


1995
John Leslie Beeby


1994
Paul Randall Williams


1993
Ian Butterworth


1992
Keith Boddy


1991
Francis Graham-Smith


1990
John Theodore Houghton


1989
Rendel Sebastian Pease


1988
Derek H Roberts


1987
Brian Hilton Flowers


1986
Geoffrey Manning


1985
John Currie Gunn


1984
Peter Eugene Trier


1983
Alan Frank Gibson