IEEE David Sarnoff Award

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The IEEE David Sarnoff Award is a Technical Field Award presented annually by the IEEE.

The award was established in 1959 by the RCA Corporation; in 1989 the Sarnoff Corporation became its sponsor. It consists of a bronze medal, certificate, and honorarium, and may be presented each year to an individual or small team (up to three people) for exceptional contributions to electronics.

Recipients[edit]

  • 2014 Larry A. Coldren
  • 2013 Sajeev John
  • 2012 Hideo Ohno
  • 2011 Constance J. Chang-Hasnain
  • 2010 Mark Rodwell
  • 2009 Yasuhiko Arakawa
  • 2009 Kam-Yin Lau
  • 2009 Kerry J. Vahala
  • 2008 James Coleman
  • 2007 Umesh K. Mishra
  • 2006 Mau-Chung F. Chang
  • 2005 Pierre Tournois
  • 2004 Frederick A. Kish, Jr.
  • 2003 Peter Asbeck
  • 2002 Young-Kai Chen
  • 2001 P. Daniel Dapkus
  • 2000 Alastair Malcolm Glass
  • 1999 Gerard A. Mourou
  • 1998 Tatsuo Izawa
  • 1997 Milton Feng
  • 1996 Hiroyuki Sakaki
  • 1995 Karl Hess
  • 1994 Won-Tien Tsang
  • 1993 Rao R. Tummala
  • 1992 J. Jim Hsieh
  • 1991 Federico Capasso
  • 1990 Leroy L. Chang
  • 1989 Herwig Kogelnik
  • 1989 Charles V. Shank
  • 1988 Izuo Hayashi
  • 1987 Frank F. Fang
  • 1987 Alan B. Fowler
  • 1986 Yasuharu Suematsu

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