Distinguished Professor Asad M. Madni Elected an International Fellow of the U.K. Royal Academy of Engineering

The U.K. Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE) announced on September 22, 2020 that it has elected Distinguished Adjunct Professor Asad M. Madni as one of only three International Fellows (FREng) worldwide in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the profession.  RAE is the UK National Academy of Engineering and its Fellowship represents the best engineering researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, business and industry leaders. Election as an International Fellow (IF) is highly competitive and most selective. Previously elected IFs include Nobel Laureates (Stephen Chu, Shuji Nakamura, Frances Arnold), Chuck Vest (late President of MIT  and NAE),  John Hennessey (Stanford President Emeritus), Vince Poor (Princeton Provost), Chad Holliday  (NAE Chairman Emeritus, Chairman Royal Dutch Shell), Bob Langer (MIT’s prominent biomedical researcher), Andrew Viterbi (co-founder of Qualcomm) and a few other world famous individuals. The Fellows Dinner where Professor Madni will sign the declaration of obligation, the official RAE ledger and receive his scroll from HRH Princess Royal (Anne) at the Prince Philip House in London has been re-scheduled for early 2021 (due to Covid19).