IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award

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The IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award is a Technical Field Award established by the IEEE Board of Directors in 2003. This award is presented for outstanding contributions to the fundamentals of any aspect of electronic circuits and systems that has a long-term significance or impact.

The award may be presented to an individual or multiple recipients where all members of the group could be judged to have made a crucial contribution(s) to the overall outcome.

Recipients of this award receive a bronze medal, certificate, and honorarium.

Recipients[edit]

  • 2005: Leon O. Chua
  • 2006: Gabor Temes
  • 2007: Yannis P. Tsividis
  • 2008: Alfred Fettweis
  • 2009: Ernest S. Kuh
  • 2010: Hitoshi Watanabe
  • 2011: Charles A. Desoer
  • 2012: Ronald A. Rohrer

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