Intel Outstanding Researcher Award

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The Intel Outstanding Researcher Award is presented by Intel Corporation for outstanding contributions to the development of advanced nanoelectronic and manufacturing technologies. The award was created to recognize truly outstanding contributions by researchers funded by Intel’s Semiconductor Technology Council and associated Strategic Research Sectors (SRS) and the inaugural awards were announced during 2012. In selecting the award winners, careful consideration is given to the fundamental insights, industrial relevance, technical difficulty, communications and potential student hiring associated with a candidate's research program.[1]

2012 Recipients[edit]

Category Recipient Affiliation Country
Dielectric Characterisation Paul Hurley Tyndall National Institute, UCC Ireland
Electroplating Uziel Landau Case Western Reserve University USA
Emerging Research Devices Jesus del Alamo Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA
High Volume Manufacturing Lina Karam Arizona State University USA
Microsystems Gabriel Rebeiz University of California at San Diego USA
Nanotechnology Tsu-Jae King Liu University of California at Berkeley USA
Photolithography Clifford L. Henderson Georgia Institute of Technology USA
Simulation and Metrology Jim Greer Tyndall National Institute, UCC Ireland

2013 Recipients[edit]

Category Recipient Affiliation Country
Device Reliability Daniele Ielmini Politecnico di Milano Italy
Optoelectronics Robert McLeod University of Colorado at Boulder USA
Photonics Brian Corbett Tyndall National Institute, UCC Ireland

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