Wayne Hocking elected as Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Prof. Wayne Hocking

Professor Wayne Hocking has been elected as Fellow of The Royal Society of Canada (FRSC).

This is an extremely high honour in recognition of his scientific contributions. Wayne has excelled in the development of scientific radars for the study of atmospheric and space physics. He has developed novel radars for meteor detection, and for measuring dynamics in the upper and lower atmosphere. He has also consulted on several occasions with NASA and the Canadian Department of National Defense, and played a role in the investigations of the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.

Each year, distinguished scholars and artists are elected as FRSC on the basis of their exceptional contributions to Canadian intellectual life.

Wayne's letter of award states that, "Your election is a telling recognition of your remarkable accomplishments and an invitation to further the leadership you have already shown in advancing knowledge and scholarship in Canada."

Wayne was elected by fellow scientists in the Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences Division of the Academy of Science. We are proud to have him as a colleague!
informal celebration of Wayne Hocking's election as Fellow of the RSC


[Wayne Hocking's departmental web page] [Wayne Hocking's research web page]

[Western News article]

[RSC 2014 new fellows citations (pdf)]

[view images of informal celebrations]