Bill Bardo, Visiting Professor, Systems Enginneering, UCL
Following PhD and postdoctoral theoretical and experimental investigations of the quantum mechanical behaviour of masers and lasers Bill Bardo worked at the Royal Signals and Radar Establishment, Malvern for nine years before joining GEC where he was for nineteen years the technical director of the GEC-Marconi group of companies. There followed a series of tasks in BAE Systems before retiring for a month in 2003.
His current activities include Technical Director SEAS DTC and educational activities on behalf of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and President of the Institute of Measurement and Control. In 2000 he received the Society Gold Medal of the Royal Aeronautical Society for contributions to systems engineering research.
He is Visiting Professor in Systems Engineering at UCL and was a founder member and President of the UK Chapter of the International Council of Systems Engineering.