Julian Morris awarded Amity Global Academic Excellence Award
On the 23rd April Julian Morris, Visiting Professor and Technical Director of the Centre for Process Analytics and Control Technology (CPACT) at Strathclyde University, and Emeritus Professor of Process Control at Newcastle University, attended a Dinner and Awards Ceremony in London to receive a Amity Global Academic Excellence Award, as a token of their appreciation for his contributions in the field of Academics. The presentations were made by Baroness Varma alongside senior Amity staff. The Amity University of India. Based in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, Amity University is part of the Amity Education Group. Established in 2005, it is a fast growing private University that recently opened a campus in New York. It was India's first private university to reserve places for disadvantaged castes (www.amity.edu).
Julian’s Citation: A profound scholar with an impeccable academic background, Professor Julian Morris is highly respected in the world of academics and has been acknowledged worldwide for duly propagating the doctrine of knowledge. He has published many well researched books and technical papers in national and international journals and has held distinguished positions in many learned societies, institutions editorial advisory boards and important committees. Undoubtedly, a professional par excellence, he has created benchmarks in the field of education and research and is truly a role model for others to follow.
Julian Morris said “It is a great honour to receive the Amity Global Academic Excellence Award. It is also a recognition of the contributions made by the highly motivated research staff and students with whom I have had the pleasure and privilege to work.”