IEEE Simon Ramo Medal
|IEEE Simon Ramo Medal|
|Awarded for||Exceptional achievement in systems engineering and systems science|
|Presented by||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers|
The IEEE Simon Ramo Medal is an award for exceptional achievement in systems engineering and systems science, and was established by the IEEE Board of Directors in 1982. The medal is named for Simon Ramo, one of the founders of the TRW corporation. The award itself consists of a gold medal, bronze replica, certificate and honorarium. It may be presented to individuals, or groups of up to three people.
The award is sponsored by the Northrop Grumman Corporation.
The following people have received the IEEE Simon Ramo Medal:
- 2016: John P. Lehoczky and Ragunathan Rajkuma and Lui Sha 
- 2015: Paul Kaminski
- 2014: Lyndon Evans
- 2013: B. Gentry Lee
- 2012: Red Whittaker
- 2011: Neil Siegel
- 2010: Barry W. Boehm
- 2009: Albert F. Myers
- 2008: Chrysostomos L. "Max" Nikias
- 2007: Victor B. Lawrence
- 2006: Donald Wetzel
- 2005: Dr. Neal A. Richardson, George H. Gelb, and Baruch Berman
- 2004: Boris E. Chertok, and Nikolai N. Sheremetevsky
- 2003: David Heebner
- 2002: Bradford W. Parkinson
- 2001: Kurt E. Petersen
- 2000: Andrew P. Sage
- 1996: Donald J. Leonard
- 1995: Joseph T. Threston
- 1994: Jack M. Sipress
- 1993: Claud M. Davis
- 1991: Paul E. Green, Jr.
- 1989: Edward H. Sussenguth
- 1988: John S. Mayo
- 1987: William W. Simmons
- 1986: Arnaldo Maria Angelini
- 1984: Samuel C. Phillips
- "IEEE Simon Ramo Medal". IEEE. Retrieved December 14, 2010.
- "IEEE Simon Ramo Medal Recipients" (PDF). IEEE. Retrieved December 14, 2010.
- "2016 IEEE Medals and Recognitions Recipients and Citations" (PDF). IEEE. Retrieved July 7, 2016.
- "Neil Siegel Wins IEEE Simon Ramo Medal". IEEE Computer Society. December 8, 2010. Retrieved December 14, 2010.
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