Professor Nick Ridler


Plenary and Invited Talks

Nick Ridler regularly gives plenary and invited talks at conferences, universities, on training courses, and as part of workshops (e.g. at IEEE and IET conferences).  A selection of these talks is given below.

If you are interested in hosting one of these talks, please contact  Each talk runs for between 30 minutes and one hour.  It is expected that travel and subsistence costs related to the talk will be paid for by the host.

Plenary Talks

These are talks that have been given during the Plenary sessions of recent international conferences.

"Traceability and Uncertainty: What are they? And why do we need them?"  {abstract}

"Establishing New National Measurement Systems for Millimetre-wave and Terahertz Frequencies"  {abstract}

"Building a National Measurement Capability for the Millimetre- and Submillimetre-Wave Frequency Ranges"  {abstract}

"Microwave Measurements . . . The Quiet Revolution"  {abstract}  

Invited Talks

These are talks that have been given as Invited Talks at recent conferences, university events and workshops.

"Developing National Measurement Capability for the Millimetre-wave and Terahertz Frequency Ranges"  {abstract}

"Network Analyser Measurements for Millimetre-wave and Terahertz Electronics Applications" {abstract}

"An Introduction to Vector Network Analyser (VNA) Measurements"  {abstract}

"Microwave Measurements: keeping pace with requirements in industry" {abstract}

"Are Measurements Really Uncertain?  If so, Why? And, by How Much?"  {abstract}

"Characterising Electromagnetic Materials to Terahertz Frequencies Using Vector Network Analysers"  {abstract}

"The New IEEE 1785 Series of Standards for Rectangular Metallic Waveguides Above 110 GHz"  {abstract}

"Future Challenges in High-frequency Electromagnetic Metrology (RF to Terahertz)"  {abstract}