IEEE Frederik Philips Award

Summary

The IEEE Frederik Philips Award is a Technical Field Award that was established by the IEEE in 1971. The award is presented for outstanding accomplishments in the management of research and development resulting in effective innovation in the electrical and electronics industry. This 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.

IEEE Frederik Philips Award
Awarded forOutstanding accomplishments in the management of research and development resulting in effective innovation in the electrical and electronics industry
Presented byInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
First awarded1971
WebsiteIEEE Frederik Philips Award

Recipients[1]Edit

  • 2020: Kazuo Yano
  • 2019: Asad M. Madni
  • 2018: Ian A. Young
  • 2017: Gary L. Patton
  • 2016: Kelin J. Kuhn
  • 2015: Benedetto Vigna
  • 2014: Henry T. Nicholas, III
  • 2013: William M. Holt
  • 2012: Chih-Yuan (C. Y.) Lu
  • 2011: Dim-Lee Kwong
  • 2010: John E. Kelly III
  • 2009: Shojiro Asai
  • 2008: Gilbert J. Declerck
  • 2007: Yong-Kyung (Kenneth) Lee
  • 2006: Louis C. Parrillo
  • 2005: Hiroyoshi Komiya
  • 2004: Youssef El-Mansy
  • 2003: Thomas Rowbotham
  • 2002: Toshiharu Aoki
  • 2001: Arun N. Netravali
  • 2000: Gerald M. Borsuk
  • 1999: Roger J. Van Overstraeten
  • 1998: William C. Holton
  • 1998: Robert M. Burger
  • 1998: Larry W. Sumney
  • 1997: Roland P. O. Hüber
  • 1996: Michiyuki Uenohara
  • 1995: James C. McGroddy
  • 1994: Minoru Nagata
  • 1993: Max Tibor Weiss
  • 1992: Alan Gerald Chynoweth
  • 1991: Gene Strull
  • 1990: Rajinder J. Khosla
  • 1989: Klaus D. Bowers
  • 1988: George F. Smith
  • 1987: Solomon J. Buchsbaum
  • 1986: William Hittinger
  • 1985: George Heilmeier
  • 1984: John K. Galt
  • 1983: Allen E. Puckett
  • 1982: Werner J. Kleen
  • 1981: Dean A. Watkins
  • 1980: William M. Webster
  • 1979: Gordon Moore
  • 1978: William E. Shoupp
  • 1977: No Award
  • 1976: Koji Kobayashi
  • 1975: C. Lester Hogan
  • 1974: Chauncey Guy Suits
  • 1973: John H. Dessauer
  • 1972: William O. Baker
  • 1971: Frederik J. Philips

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.ieee.org/content/dam/ieee-org/ieee/web/org/about/awards/recipients/philips_rl.pdf[bare URL PDF]

External linksEdit

  • IEEE Frederik Philips Award page at IEEE
  • List of recipients of the IEEE Frederik Philips Award