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2001 IEEE Honors Ceremony

Award Winners

Medal of Honor

IEEE Medal of Honor: Herwig Kogelnik

Major Medals

Edison Medal: Robert H. Dennard

James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal: Brian D. O. Anderson

Medal for Engineering Excellence: L. Bruce McClung

Founders Medal: Robert A. Frosch

Richard W. Hamming Medal: A.G. Fraser

Heinrich Hertz Medal: Adrianus T. De Hoop

Jack S. Kilby Signal Processing Medal: Thomas S. Huang

Robert N. Noyce Medal: Hajime Sasaki

Dennis J. Picard Medal for Radar Technologies and Applications: Fritz Steudel

Simon Ramo Medal: Kurt E. Petersen

John von Neumann Medal: Butler W. Lampson

Honorary Membership

IEEE Honorary Membership: Charles M. Geschke

IEEE Service Awards

Richard M. Emberson Award: Charles J. Robinson

Haraden Pratt Award: Arthur P. Stern

IEEE Corporate Recognitions

Ernst Weber Engineering Leadership Recognition: Michael J. Birck, Chris Earnshaw