Top 20 Engineer celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Engineer celebrities [Updated December 8, 2022].
Adrian Newey was born
on December 26, 1958
He won more Constructors' Championships than any other designer.
Net Worth 2020: $50 Million
Salary 2020: $10.2 Million
Donald Campbell was born
on March 23, 1921
He died in 1967 while attempting to break the world speed record in the Bluebird K7 hydroplane.
John Fowler was born
on July 15, 1817
The underground rail lines that he helped build now form part of the Underground's Circle line.
Sam Gibbs was born
on August 13, 1991
He competed in the Just Dance dance-off during the Dream Team Superstream in 2014.
Lawrence Hargrave was born
on January 29, 1850
Australia's Qantas airline named one of its aircraft in Hargrave's honor.
Pat Fry was born
on March 17, 1964
He worked for McLaren's suspension division before moving to Ferrari in 2010.
Rob Smedley was born
on November 28, 1973
in Middlesbrough, England.
Englishman who served as the race engineer for Felipe Massa at Ferrari for eight years. He later became the Head of Vehicle Performance for the Williams Martini Racing Formula One team.
He received the honorary title of Doctor of Professional Studies from Teesside University in 2009.
Martin Fowler was born
on December 18, 1963
in Walsall, England.
In 2001, he participated, alongside 16 fellow signatories, on the publication of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. In 2013, he has his 8th book, Refactoring: Ruby Edition, published.
William Ayrton was born
on September 14, 1847
He published many influential papers on the subject of electrical engineering.
Thomas Young was born
on June 13, 1773
He was elected a foreign member of the Royal Academy of Sciences in 1828.
Robert Watson-Watt was born
on April 13, 1892
In 1935, he showed the capabilities of his invention by tracking a British bomber eight miles away.
Robert Stephenson was born
on October 16, 1803
He designed Montreal's Victoria Bridge, which became the longest bridge in the world.
George Goyder was born
on June 24, 1826
He contributed greatly to the development of the Northern Australian Territory capital of Darwin.
Aubrey De Grey was born
on April 20, 1963
He outlined seven different types of age-related physical damage, including cellular loss and Mitochondrial mutations.
Archibald Low was born
on October 17, 1888
He had a lot of interest in every area of science, but lacked the follow-through to develop most of them.
Bryan Donkin was born
on March 22, 1768
He perfected the Fourdrinier paper making machine and its principles are used in papermaking machines to this day.
Joseph Clement was born
on June 13, 1779
Engineer and Industrialist who developed the Difference engine for Charles Babbage.
He received the gold medal of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts in 1818 for his invention of marking ellipses, which was a tool that carpenters used.
Kevin Greenaugh was born
on May 15, 1956
He was named the Black Engineer of the Year by Career Communications.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel was born
on April 9, 1806
English mechanical and civil engineer who built the Great Western Railway and a series of steamships with various important bridges and tunnels.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel was elected a Fellow of Royal Society in 1830.
Samuel Bentham was born
on January 11, 1757
Naval architect and mechanical engineer who became known for his weaponry innovations.
Samuel Bentham was appointed in 1796 to the position of Inspector General of Naval Works.