IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann Award

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The IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann Award is a Technical Field Award of the IEEE that was established by the IEEE Board of Directors in 1986. This award is presented for outstanding contributions in industrial systems engineering.

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

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

Recipients[edit]

  • 1988: Walter C. Huening, Jr.
  • 1989: Bernard W. Whittington
  • 1990: Rene Castenschiold
  • 1991: John R. Dunki-Jacobs
  • 1992: Kao Chen
  • 1993: George W. Walsh
  • 1994: Daniel J. Love
  • 1995: N. Shan Griffith
  • 1996: Marcus O. Durham
  • 1997: Thomas E. Sparling
  • 1998: James A. Oliver
  • 1999: Baldwin Bridger, Jr.
  • 2000: Alton Dewitt Patton
  • 2001: Louie J. Powell
  • 2002: H. Landis Floyd, II
  • 2003: Edward L. Owen
  • 2004: Richard L. Nailen
  • 2005: A. P. Meliopoulos
  • 2006: George Younkin
  • 2007: Md. Azizur Rahman
  • 2008: Hirofumi Akagi
  • 2009: Ronald G. Harley
  • 2010: Gerald T. Heydt
  • 2011: David Doyle Shipp
  • 2012: John Nelson

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