Meet the recipients of the 2023 IEEE Medals and Recognitions. The awards are presented on behalf of the IEEE Board of Directors.
“For co-creating the Internet architecture and providing sustained leadership in its phenomenal growth in becoming society’s critical infrastructure.”
“For foundational probabilistic algorithms and randomized search methods that have broad impact in robotic motion planning and computational biology.”
Sponsor:Nokia Bell Labs
Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria
“For the research, development, and realization of multi-channel microelectronic cochlear implants.”
Sponsor: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
“For pioneering contributions to the development of silicon carbide material and its applications to electronic power devices.”
Sponsor:Toyota Motor Corp.
Redhill, Surrey, England
“For contributions to the concept and realization of superjunction power devices that significantly improve power efficiency.”
Sponsor: IEEE Richard and Mary Jo Stanley Memorial Fund of the IEEE Foundation
“For leadership in research and commercialization of autonomous robotics, including mobile, humanoid, service, and manufacturing robots.”
“For contributions to the theory and practice of error correcting codes and optical communications.”
“For contributions to optical solutions for cancer detection and leadership in establishing the field of global health engineering.”
“For contributions to theory and practice of statistical, graph, and distributed signal processing.”
“For contributions to heterojunction device technology and CMOS System-on-Chip realizations with unprecedented reconfigurability and bandwidth.”
National Instruments, retired
“For the development of LabVIEW and establishing worldwide programs to enhance hands-on learning in laboratories and classrooms.”
West Lafayette, Ind.
“For contributions to remote sensing technology and leadership in its application for the benefit of humanity.”
Sponsor: The Jun-ichi Nishizawa Medal Fund
“For contributions to epitaxial growth and nanofabrication of materials and heterojunction devices.”
“For leadership in creating a worldwide research ecosystem in nano-electronics technology with applications ranging from high-performance computing to health.”
Oberpfaffenhofen, Bavaria, Germany
“For leadership and innovative concepts in the design, deployment, and utilization of airborne and space-based radar systems.”
“For contributions to power electronics converters for power quality and industrial applications.”
Sponsor:Northrop Grumman Corp.
“For pioneering contributions to model-based systems engineering, education, and industrial impact using interdisciplinary approaches.”
“For fundamental contributions to algorithm design and their application to content delivery networks.”
Kariya, Aichi, Japan
“For the innovation of QR (Quick Response) code and their widespread use across the globe.”
Sponsor:IEEE Technical Activities Board
“For sustained contributions to and impactful leadership in the IEEE Technical Activities publication enterprise.”
“For inspired vision and steadfast leadership in improving global IEEE influence, member engagement, and governance.”
“For contributions to the demonstration of chirped pulse amplification, a method to increase output power in ultrashort pulse solid-state lasers.”
“For contributions in telecommunications research and innovation, leading to global commercialization, while inspiring tomorrow’s young technology leaders through STEM volunteering work.”
For additional information on the recipients and the awards process, please visit the IEEE Awards website.