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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. 

Innovation | Ingenuity | Excellence

Soyeon Yi
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Innovation Unscripted Video with Soyeon Yi

Soyeon Yi, South Korea’s first astronaut, will be among the speakers on the Aeronautics Panel at the IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit. She also gives her insights about thought-provoking questions in IEEE Awards’ new Innovation Unscripted video series.

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Listen On Demand: Interview with 2022 IEEE Undergraduate Teaching Award Recipient Christopher Rose

Listen to IEEE TryEngineering's Interview with Christopher Rose On Demand. Registration required.

Marilyn Wolf
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Spotlight on Marilyn Wolf – 2022 Kirchmayer Grad Teaching Recipient

Marilyn Wolf has been a driving force in embedded systems education and research. An advocate for women engineers, and a mentor to junior faculty and students around the world.

Partner Spotlight

An “Evening of Innovation,” Sponsored by Qualcomm

Qualcomm will host an “Evening of Innovation,” a panel discussion with the 2022 IEEE Medal and Recognition Recipients highlighting their journey, innovations, and their insights on emerging technologies and discussing the impacts on the future of humanity.

Join us as we kick off the celebration of technology on 5 May 2022 in San Diego, California highlighting this year’s recipients whose accomplishments have led to the breakthroughs of today: 

Host: Ed Tiedeman, Qualcomm Fellow and a Senior Vice President of Engineering of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. 

Moderator: Albert P. Pisano, Dean | Jacobs School of Engineering

Recipients: Deborah Estrin, Jason (Jingsheng) Cong, P. R. Kumar, Anantha Chandrakasan, Thomas M. Jahns, and Ingoo Wolff

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Asad Madni

2022 IEEE Medal of Honor Recipient Asad Madni Talks with EE Times On Air

IEEE Life Fellow Asad Madni of the University of California, Los Angeles recently sat down with EE Times On Air’s Weekly Briefing podcast editor in chief Brian Santo for a conversation about his sensor technology innovations and developments.

Roboticist strives to build ever-more intelligent systems

Groundbreaking robotic learning research has provided the foundation for robots that can realize their potential for complex tasks beyond traditional highly structured manufacturing settings

Awards Board Diversity Statement
IEEE awards recognize exceptional contributions to all IEEE fields of interest (technical and nontechnical) made by organizations and individuals regardless of nationality, gender, age, religion, ethnic background, or other personal characteristics not related to ability, performance, or qualifications. The IEEE Awards Program is committed to pursuing diversity in all its operations to help realize and maintain fair nomination and selection processes without bias or discrimination.