Biographical entry Lampard, Douglas Geoffrey (1927 - 1994)
- 4 May 1927
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- 1 September 1994
- Electrical engineer
Douglas Lampard was foundation professor of electrical engineering, Monash University 1962-1990.
Born 4 May 1927. Died 1 September 1994. Educated Universities of Sydney (BSc 1951, MSc 1952), and Cambridge (PhD 1954). Visiting lecturer in electrical engineering, Columbia University 1954, research staff, CSIRO Division of Electrotechnology 1951-1962, Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of New South Wales 1960-61, Foundation Professor of Electrical Engineering, Monash University 1962-98 (Head of the Department for 21 years). Albert F. Sperry Medal Award, Instrument Society of America 1965, Fellow, Australian Academy of Science 1977, Centennial Medal, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 1984. The Douglas Lampard Electrical Engineering Research Prize and Medal honours his commitment to the Department of Electrical Engineering.
Adolph Basser Library, Australian Academy of Science
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