He was elected Fellow of the Institute of Physics and Fellow of the American Physical Society.
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FInstP stands for Fellow of the Institute of Physics (UK)
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He was awarded the Rutherford Medal and Prize in 1984 and became a fellow of the Institute of Physics in 1991.
Kynaston is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics, served on the board of the Federation of the Electronics Industry, and is the founding chairman of the Electronics Knowledge Transfer Network.
He was Fellow of the Institute of Physics and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1994.
Fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers (FIEE), Senior Member of IEEE (SMIEEE), and Fellow of the Institute of Physics (FInstP).
In 1997, he was elected a Fellow of the Institute of Physics and, in1999, was named a chartered engineer by the Engineering Council in the United Kingdom.
Associated with more than 30 scientific publications and technical articles, Milward is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics in the United Kingdom and a Member of The Optical Society of America.