Recipients

James G. Fujimoto

James G. Fujimoto

“For groundbreaking contributions to sparse signal recovery and compressed sensing.”

Masato Sagawa

Masato Sagawa & John J. Croat

“For contributions to the development of rare earth-iron-boron permanent magnets for use in high-efficiency motors, generators, and other devices.”

John J. Croat

John J. Croat & Masato Sagawa

“For contributions to the development of rare earth-iron-boron permanent magnets for use in high-efficiency motors, generators, and other devices.”

Asad M. Madni

Asad M. Madni

“For pioneering contributions to the development and commercialization of innovative sensing and systems technologies, and for distinguished research leadership.”

Eugene Wimberly Myers Jr.

Eugene W. Myers & Webb Miller

For pioneering contributions to sequence analysis algorithms and their applications to biosequence search, genome sequencing, and comparative genome analyses.”

Webb Miller

Webb Miller & Eugene W. Myers

For pioneering contributions to sequence analysis algorithms and their applications to biosequence search, genome sequencing, and comparative genome analyses.”

Cliff Hou

Cliff Hou & Yuh-Jier (Y.J.) Mii

“For leadership in developing industry-leading foundry logic process technologies and open innovation design platforms.”

Yuh-Jier (Y.J.) Mii

Yuh-Jier (Y.J.) Mii & Cliff Hou

“For leadership in developing industry-leading foundry logic process technologies and open innovation design platforms.”

Albert Brault

Albert Brault & Peter Dillon

“For contributions to the development of image sensors with integrated color filter arrays for digital video and still cameras.”

Relativity

“For  its Stargate Process for 3-D printing the Terran 1 rocket.”

Ellume

“For It’s COVID Home Test Kit”

David Donoho

David L. Donoho

“For groundbreaking contributions to sparse signal recovery and compressed sensing.”

Heike Riel

Heike Riel

“For contributions to materials for nanoscale electronics and organic light-emitting devices.”

Wolfram Burgard

Wolfram Burgard

“For contributions to the fundamentals and applications of robot navigation and perception.”

David Bankowski

David Bankowski

“For leading the restructuring of the IEEE Data Center and ensuring its resilience and continuity of services for more than two decades.”

Ian Warwick Hunter

“For the development and commercialization of nonlinear system identification techniques in instrumentation and measurement applications.”

[photo] Chenming Hu

Chenming Hu

“For a distinguished career of developing and putting into practice semiconductor models, particularly 3-D device structures, that have helped keep Moore’s Law going over many decades.”

[photo] Kurt E. Petersen

Kurt E. Petersen

“For contributions to and leadership in the development and commercialization of innovative technologies in the field of MEMS.”

[photo] Bradford W. Parkinson

Bradford W. Parkinson

“For fundamental contributions to and leadership in developing the design and driving the early applications of the Global Positioning System.”

[photo] Kees Schouhamer Immink

Kees Schouhamer Immink

“For pioneering contributions to video, audio, and data recording technology, including compact disc, DVD, and Blu-ray.”

[photo] G. David Forney, Jr.

G. David Forney, Jr.

“For pioneering contributions to the theory of error-correcting codes and the development of reliable high-speed data communications.”

[photo] B. Jayant Baliga

B. Jayant Baliga

“For the invention, implementation, and commercialization of power semiconductor devices with widespread benefits to society.”

[photo] Irwin Mark Jacobs

Irwin Mark Jacobs

“For leadership and fundamental contributions to digital communications and wireless technology.”

[photo] John L. Hennessy

John L. Hennessy

“For pioneering the RISC processor architecture and for leadership in computer engineering and higher education.”

[photo] Morris Chang

Morris Chang

“For outstanding leadership in the semiconductor industry.”

[photo] Viterbi

Andrew J. Viterbi

“For seminal contributions to communications technology and theory.”

[photo] Robert H. Dennard

Robert H. Dennard

“For invention of the single transistor Dynamic Random Access Memory and for developing scaling principles for integrated circuits.”

[photo] Gordon E. Moore

Gordon E. Moore

“For pioneering technical roles in integrated-circuit processing, and leadership in the development of MOS memory, the microprocessor computer and the semiconductor industry.”

[photo] Thomas Kailath

Thomas Kailath

“For exceptional development of powerful algorithms in the fields of communications, computing, control and signal processing.”

[photo] James D. Meindl

James D. Meindl

“For pioneering contributions to microelectronics, including low power, biomedical, physical limits and on-chip interconnect networks.”

Jacob Ziv

Jacob Ziv

“For fundamental contributions to information theory and data compression technology, and for distinguished research leadership.”

[photo] James L. Flanagan

James L. Flanagan

“For sustained leadership and outstanding contributions in speech technology.”

[photo] Tadahiro Sekimoto

Tadahiro Sekimoto

“For contributions to digital satellite communications, promotion of information technology R&D, and technical and corporate leadership in computers and communications.”

[photo] Nick Holonyak, Jr.

Nick Holonyak, Jr.

“For a career of pioneering contributions to semiconductors, including the growth of semiconductor alloys and heterojunctions, and to visible light-emitting diodes and injection lasers.”

[photo] Herbert Kroemer

Herbert Kroemer

“For contributions to high-frequency transistors and hot-electron devices, especially heterostructure devices from heterostructure bipolar transistors to lasers, and their molecular beam epitaxy technology.”

[photo] Herwig Kogelnik

Herwig Kogelnik

“For fundamental contributions to the science and technology of lasers and optoelectronics, and for leadership in research and development of photonics and lightwave communication systems.”

[photo] Andrew S. Grove

Andrew S. Grove

“For pioneering research in characterizing and modeling metal oxide semiconductor devices and technology, and leadership in the development of the modern semiconductor industry.”

[photo] Charles Concordia

Charles Concordia

“For outstanding contributions in the area of Power System Dynamics which resulted in substantial improvements in planning, operation and security of extended power systems”

[photo] Donald O. Pederson

Donald O. Pederson

“For creation of the SPICE Program, universally used for the computer aided design of circuits.”

[photo] George H. Heilmeier

George H. Heilmeier

“For discovery and initial development of electro-optic effects in liquid crystals.”

[photo] Robert M. Metcalfe

Robert M. Metcalfe

“For exemplary and sustained leadership in the development, standardization, and commercialization of Ethernet.”

[photo] Lotfi A. Zadeh

Lotfi A. Zadeh

“For pioneering development of fuzzy logic and its many diverse applications.”

[photo] Alfred Y. Cho

Alfred Y. Cho

“For seminal contributions to the development of molecular beam epitaxy.”

[photo] Karl Johan Åström

Karl Johan Åström

“For fundamental contributions to theory and applications of adaptive control technology.”

[photo] Amos E. Joel, Jr.

Amos E. Joel, Jr.

“For fundamental contributions to and leadership in telecommunications switching systems.”

[photo] Leo Esaki

Leo Esaki

“For contributions to and leadership in tunneling, semiconductor superlattices, and quantum wells.”

[photo] Robert G. Gallager

Robert G. Gallager

“For fundamental contributions to communications coding techniques.”