IEEE Charles Proteus Steinmetz Award

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The IEEE Charles Proteus Steinmetz Award is a technical field award given to an individual by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), for major contributions to standardization within the field of electrical and electronics engineering. This IEEE-level award, which honors Charles Proteus Steinmetz, is created in 1979 by the Board of Directors of the IEEE and sponsored by the IEEE Standards Association.[1]

The award is given only to individual recipients (not groups or multiple individuals in a single year).

Recipients of this award receive a bronze medal, a certificate, and an honorarium.[1]

Recipients[edit]

The following people have received the IEEE Charles Proteus Steinmetz Award:[2]

  • 1980: Leon Podolsky
  • 1981: No Award
  • 1982: Ralph M. Showers
  • 1983: William A. McAdams
  • 1984: H. Baron Whitaker
  • 1985: Charles L. Wagner
  • 1986: Chester H. Page
  • 1987: Bruce B. Barrow
  • 1988: No Award
  • 1989: Joseph L. Koepfinger
  • 1990: Warren H. Cook
  • 1991: Fletcher J. Buckley
  • 1992: Donald C. Fleckenstein
  • 1993: Ivan G. Easton
  • 1994: Clayton H. Griffin
  • 1995: L. Bruce McClung
  • 1996: Marco W. Migliaro
  • 1997: Donald N. Heirman
  • 1997: L. John Rankine
  • 1998: William J. McNutt
  • 1999: Dennis Bodson
  • 2000: Hiroshi Yasuda
  • 2001: Stanley Baron
  • 2002: Ben C. Johnson
  • 2003: Donald C. Loughry
  • 2004: Julian Forster
  • 2005: Wallace S. Read
  • 2006: Steven Mark Halpin
  • 2007: Vic Hayes
  • 2008: Roy Billinton
  • 2009: James Thomas Carlo
  • 2010: Richard Deblasio
  • 2011: James W. Moore
  • 2012: Daleep C. Mohla
  • 2013: Mohindar Sachdev

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