Digital Electronic

Design Seminar


Course notes, Digital Hardware Design, pub. Macmillan 1979

Middlesex Polytechnic

C.A.M. Consultants

The first seminar was held at Theobalds Park College, Waltham Cross, near Enfield, from 5pm on Wednesday 8th June 1977 to 4pm on Friday 10th June 1977

These seminars ran for ten years, 1977-1987.

Lecturers Catt, Davidson, Walton, Aubusson.

“Organisations which have sent staff to more than one of our seminars include S.T.L. Harlow; I.T.T. Cockfosters; Shell, Chester; Square D., Swindon; British Telecommunications, Headquarters, Holborn; I.C.I. Plastics, Welwyn; Redifon, Crawley; G.E.C. Telecommunications, Coventry; Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead.”


Ivor Catt was guest lecturer at the following universities; Bonn , Dublin , Edinburgh, Cambridge, Bristol, York, Newcastle , University College London, Imperial, Hertfordshire, University of Washington St. Louis, Lecture at Surrey University , Bradford , Ethical Society2 .




Professor Giuseppe Pelosi , IEEE Associate Editor, December 2012;

“Catt, moving outside of academia and structured research”

31 August 2016. Is he capable of apologising? His apology will be added here:




Dublin seminar




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