IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award

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The IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award is a Technical Field Award of the IEEE for contributions to emerging technologies. The award is named after Daniel E. Noble. The award was established by the IEEE Board of Directors in 2000, replacing the prior IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award.

The award may be presented to an individual or a team of up to three people.

Recipients receive a bronze medal, certificate and honorarium.

Recipients[edit]

  • 2012: Subramanian S. Iyer
  • 2011: Mark L. Burgener
  • 2011: Ronald E. Reedy
  • 2010: Shinichi Abe
  • 2010: Shoichi Sasaki
  • 2010: Takehisa Yaegashi
  • 2009: Larry F. Weber
  • 2008: James M. Daughton
  • 2008: Stuart Parkin
  • 2008: Saied Tehrani
  • 2007: Stephen R. Forrest
  • 2007: Richard H. Friend
  • 2007: Ching W. Tang
  • 2006: Carlos A. Paz de Araujo
  • 2005: David L. Harame
  • 2004: Larry J. Hornbeck
  • 2003: Kenichi Iga
  • 2002: Masataka Nakazawa
  • 2001: Katsutoshi Izumi
  • 2000 and earlier: See IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award

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