Alexander Lamb Cullen

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Alexander Lamb Cullen, OBE FREng FRS (April 30, 1920 – December 27, 2013)[1] was a British electrical engineer.

He was appointed an OBE in 1960.[2]

He was the Head of Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University College London, held the Pender Chair, from 1967 to 1980.[3]

He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1977 and awarded their Royal Medal in 1984 in recognition of his many distinguished contributions to microwave engineering, both theoretical and experimental, and in particular for research on microwave antennae.[4] The same year he was awarded the Faraday Medal of the Institute of Electrical Engineers. He also the same year delivered the Clifford Paterson Lecture to the Royal Society on "Microwaves: the art and the science".[5]

In 1988 he published his book Modern Radio Science and a biography of Harold Barlow.[6]

He died on December 27, 2013.