Ian FELLS

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1932-09-05
Education King Edward VII Sch Sheffield, Trinity Coll Cambridge (MA, PhD)
Publications N/A
Recreations sailing, cross-country skiing, energy conversation
Clubs Naval and Military
Style Prof Ian Fells, CBE, FRSE, FREng
Career cmmnd RCS 1951, Chief Wireless Offr Br Troops in Austria 1952; lectr and dir of studies Dept of Fuel Technol and Chem Engrg Univ of Sheffield 1958-62, reader in fuel sci Univ of Durham 1962-75, prof of energy conversion Univ of Newcastle upon Tyne 1975- (public orator 1971-74), exec David Davies Inst of Int Affairs 1975-2002, pres Inst of Energy 1978-79; memb: Sci Consultative Gp BBC 1976-81, Electricity Supply Res Cncl 1979-89, Cncl for Nat Academic Awards 1988-92; life vice-pres Int Centre for Life Newcastle upon Tyne 1996-, chm New and Renewable Energy Centre Blyth 2002-05, special advsr Energy, Cwlth and Business Cncl 2011-; dir Penultimate Power UK Ltd 2013-; involved with various TV series incl: Young Scientist of the Year, The Great Egg Race, Earth Year 2050, Take Nobody's Word for It, Tomorrow Tonight, QED, What If? The Lights Go Out, Horizon; Hatfield Meml Medal and Prize 1974, Beilby Meml Medal and Prize 1976, Sir Charles Parsons Meml Medal and Prize 1988, Royal Soc Faraday Medal 1993, Melchett Medal Inst of Energy 1999, Collier Medal Royal Soc 1999, Kelvin Medal Royal Philosophical Soc of Glasgow 2002; Higginson Lecture Univ of Durham 1999, Hunter Meml Lecture IEE 2000, Hawksley Meml Lecture IMechE 2001; FREng 1979, FInstE, FIChemE, FRSE 1996
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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