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Congratulations to the 2024 IEEE Medal of Honor Recipient!
Robert E. Kahn is the 2024 IEEE Medal of Honor recipient, IEEE's highest award. He joins a long list of recipients, as the Medal was established in 1917.View information on the IEEE Medal of Honor
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Microwave Journal Podcast features 2023 IEEE/RSE James Clerk Maxwell medal recipient Mau-Chung Frank Chang
Who's that talking to Microwave Journal's Patrick Hindle? It's 2023 IEEE/RSE James Clerk Maxwell medal recipient Mau-Chung Frank Chang of UCLA ! He was featured as part of the RF Industry Icons podcast series to discuss his lifelong work in electronics and delves into the technology that earned him his medal.
Another well-deserved honor goes to IEEE Life Fellow and 2022 IEEE Medal of Honor recipient Asad M. Madni of the UCLA as he was recognized by the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME) with the 2024 John Fritz Medal.
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TFA Spotlight: Janet L. Barth
As chief of the Electrical Engineering Division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Janet L. Barth was responsible for the delivery of spacecraft and instrument avionics to numerous NASA missions. Establishing a path forward for standardized next-generation models, she captained the effort to replace the decades old Van Allen radiation belt models and define requirements for space plasma models for use in the space systems development community.
Janet is receiving the 2023 IEEE Marie Sklodowska-Curie Award “for leadership of and contributions to the advancement of the design, building, deployment, and operation of capable, robust space systems.”
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Kathleen was presented on 27 September during the 2024 RADECS in Toulouse, France.
NAE's 2023 Gordon Prize Ceremony Celebrated the Career of Azad M. Madni, 2023 IEEE Simon Ramo Medal Recipient
Dr. Madni, the recipient of the 2023 IEEE Simon Ramo Medal, has been honored with the 2023 National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Bernard M. Gordon Prize for innovation in Engineering and Technology Education. This prize is described as the “Nobel Prize of Engineering Education.” He received the award at a ceremony on 2 May in Los Angeles.
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