Professor Julian Gardner made Fellow of the Royal Society

Julian Gardner has been made a Fellow of the Royal Society, recognising over 30 years of ground-breaking research in his field.

Julian Garnder has been an outstanding member of the ISOCS community since it early days and served as president, treasurer and secretary.

His particular expertise is in the field of chemical microsensors, having founded several electronic nose companies over the past 25 years.

Professor Gardner has published over 500 papers in the field of micro sensors, authoring 10 books and over 20 patents. He has also founded, led and sold successful spin out companies from the University of Warwick.

Professor Gardner commented: “I am delighted to be made a Fellow and truly humbled. I’m delighted that my work has been recognised in this way and look forward to meeting the other Fellows”.

Professor Gardner has won various awards and medals from the IET, IEEE and in November 2018 the Royal Society Mullard Award for innovation. He is also a Fellow of both the UK Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), US Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and the Royal Academy of Engineering.