IEEE New Jersey Coast Section History
|IEEE New Jersey Coast Section History|
|IEEE Council||Metro Sec. Act.|
|Geographic region||New Jersey Coast|
| List of Subsections in this Section
The New Jersey Coast Section of the IEEE was established March 20, 1965.
The below is a list of awards members of the New Jersey Coast Section from 1965 -1984.
Centennial Awards: John G. Nordahl, Martin V. Schneider, Robert C. Eckenfelder, A. Gardner Fox, Bruce C. Miller, Vasant K. Prabhu, Luke G. Schimpf, Robert W. Wilson, Mary N. Youssef.
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., 1925-1983, 1925, 18 December 2014, Region 1, North Jersey Section 151
American Standard Code for Information Interchange ASCII, 1963, 1963, 19 May 2016, Region 1 New Jersey Coast Section 164
Trans-Atlantic Telephone Fiber-optic Submarine Cable (TAT-8) - 1988, 1988, 19 May 2016, Region 1 New Jersey Coast Section 165
Major IEEE Award Winners from New Jersey Coast Section
Harry Diamond Memorial Award: Marcel J. E. Golay, 1951; Harold Zhal, 1954; George Gaubau, 1957; Helmut L. Breuckman, 1961; John J. Egli, 1966; Harold Jacobs, 1973
Mervin J. Kelly Award: H. T. Friis, 1964
Browder J. Thompson Memorial Prize Award: A. W. Randals, 1950; Arthur Karp, 1958
IEEE Lamme Medal: C. K. N. Patel, 1976
International Communications: E. F. O'Neill, 1971
For biographies of the award winners see the further reading section below and click to open the IEEE New Jersey Coast Section Centennial Journal.
|Past Chairmen||Past "Scanner" Editors||Dates|
|Don N. Heirman||Pat Trischitta||1982-83|
|Joseph A. Keilin||Mike McMahon||1981-82|
|Miguel A. Carrio||Jseph G. Kneuer||1980-81|
|Joseph Chislow||Don Heirman||1979-80|
|Sidney Marshall||Nicholas LaRocca||1978-79|
|David Haratz||William Montgomery||1976-77|
|Victor Ransom||Joseph Keilin||1975-76|
|Bruce C. Miller||William Stirrat||1974-75|
|Vasant K. Prabhu||J. Gielchinsky||1973-74|
|Seymour Krevsky||Ramu Ramaswamy||1972-73|
|Detlef C. Gloge||Salomon Lederman||1971-72|
|Anthony J. Kazules||John A. Soboleski||1970-71|
|Martin V. Schneider||John F. Prorok||1969-70|
|John J. O'Neil||Bruce C. Miller||1968-69|
|Louis H. Enloe||Warren Kesselman||1967-68|
|Robert Roullette||Martin V. Schneider||1966-67|
|Herbert S. Bennett||John J. O'Neil||1965-66|
Herbert S. Bennett was the first NJ Coast Chairman.
|Past Chairmen||Past "Scanner" Editors||Dates|
|David C. Hogg||1964-65|
|Irving Reingold/ Nathan Lipetz||1960-61|
|Arthur H. Ross||1956-57|
|George F. Senn||1955-56|
|William M. Goodall||Carl A. Borgeson||1954-55|
|O. D. Perkins||1953-54|
|Sloan D. Robertson||Archie P. King||1952-53|
The first issue of the New Jersey Coast Section newsletter "Scanner" was printed on September 1950.
- Section petition documents
- IEEE New Jersey Coast Section Newsletter Jan/Feb 2010
- IEEE New Jersey Coast Section Centennial Journal Part 1
- IEEE New Jersey Coast Section Centennial Journal Part 2
- IEEE NJ Coast Section Talk Description Oct. 2006
- IEEE Geographic Organizing Document - New Jersey Coast Section
Bell Telephone Laboratories and Related History
- Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. List of Significant Innovations & Discoveries (1925-1983)
- Link to Section Homepage
Interesting Section History Relates to Bell Telephone Laboratories
Much of the history of the New Jersey Coast Section is integral and overlaps with the history of Bell Telephone Laboratories and that history also has a range of geographic affiliations; some of the innovations that were the lifeblood of Bell Telephone Laboratories include speech and sound, radio, radio astronomy, devices, algorithms, methods, standards, media, etc., and these many achievements contributed to the team, and as such, gave a sense of a shared accomplishment for all who worked for or with Bell Telephone Laboratories over the years. There is a great legacy and optimism about the strength of the team. Many of these achievements have been recognized by IEEE and other organizations through awards and milestones, many of which are on the IEEE History website, and will eventually be organized and linked to the New Jersey Coast Section History page, as many of these reflect achievements of IEEE Members from the Section, or engineers who lived in the geography of the Section.
An intriguing part of the history of Bell Telephone Laboratories along with the pedigree of Alexander Graham Bell himself, involves hearing and speech technologies that assist those with speech or hearing issues -- communications issues. Much of the technology was initially purposeful in the development of the Communications technologies that were a major focus of the company and the industry, and at the same time, efforts were made to provide accessible Communications to persons with issues preventing them from benefiting from general purpose Communications devices. The telephone itself further isolated people with hearing loss, which was ironic given the background of Alexander Graham Bell as a teacher of the deaf.
It is interesting to see how the engineers set out to provide accessibility in Communication to people with disabling conditions. Also, from a 21st Century perspective, it becomes very interesting to see how these technologies overlap with many other fields including but not limited to Biomedical Engineering and Robotics, which are rapidly growing fields. Although at present (April 2018) the New Jersey Coast Section does not have a Chapter of either Biomedical Engineering, nor Robotics, since those areas are experiencing growth worldwide, and since there are engineering achievements in these domains, some of the people notable in the Section and Bell Telephone Laboratories will be featured here along with their achievements so they may be considered from their historic relevance to the present time.
A Member of Bell Telephone Laboratories R. R. Riesz, also recognized by Mike Noll in his list of Significant Innovations & Discoveries (1925-1983), was very involved in innovations that demonstrate the ability of engineering to help people who had needs in order to communicate in their everyday life. One example is represented in two of his patents for Artificial Larynx: US1910966A, and US1836816A. A diagram is presented herein. One does not ordinarily think of Bell Telephone Laboratories as a Biomedical Engineering organization, yet there are many examples.