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The IEEE Awards Board (AB) administers the highest medals, awards, and recognitions presented by IEEE. Through its Awards Program, IEEE advances the interests of its members by recognizing major contributions in relevant fields for the benefit of society. 

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AMD’s Lisa Su is the first woman to receive IEEE’s highest semiconductor award

AMD's Lisa Su receives IEEE's highest semiconductor award: The Robert N. Noyce Medal. Read about her career in this article by The Institute.

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Strategies for reducing Fossil Fuel impact of EVs

Phil Krein, an expert in power electronics and motor drives discusses the strategies for reducing the fossil-fuel impact of electric vehicles.

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Spotlight on 2022 IEEE Koji Kobayashi Award Recipient

Muriel Medard, Cecil H. Green Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at MIT receives the 2022 IEEE Koji Kobayashi Award.

Partner Spotlight

The presentations of the 2022–2031 IEEE James L. Flanagan Speech and Audio Processing Award and IEEE Fourier Award for Processing will now be supported by Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL).

Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories Now Sponsors Two IEEE Awards

The presentations of the 2022–2031 IEEE James L. Flanagan Speech and Audio Processing Award and the IEEE Fourier Award for Processing will now be supported by Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL).

 

Recipient encourages social justice and STEM careers

Cristiane A. Pimentel has leveraged her industry experience with unique teaching methods and important local community projects to pique student interest in STEM fields. The recipient of the 2021 IEEE Undergraduate Teaching Award has used her connections to attract younger students to the importance of engineering in improving our society.

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