Difference between revisions of "IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award"

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== About Award ==
 
== About Award ==
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The IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award was established in 2003.
 
The IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award was established in 2003.
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This award is named for Gustav Robert Kirchhoff, a physicist who made important contributions to the theory of circuits using topology and to elasticity. Kirchhoff's laws allow calculation of currents, voltages, and resistances of electrical circuits extending the work of Ohm. His work on black body radiation was fundamental in the development of quantum theory.
 
This award is named for Gustav Robert Kirchhoff, a physicist who made important contributions to the theory of circuits using topology and to elasticity. Kirchhoff's laws allow calculation of currents, voltages, and resistances of electrical circuits extending the work of Ohm. His work on black body radiation was fundamental in the development of quantum theory.
  
Recipient selection is administered through the Technical Field Awards Council of the IEEE Awards Board.
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Recipient selection is administered through the Technical Field Awards Council of the [[IEEE Awards|IEEE Awards Board]].
  
 
== Award Recipients ==
 
== Award Recipients ==
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*[[Ernest S. Kuh]], 2009
 
*[[Ernest S. Kuh]], 2009
 
*[[Hitoshi Watanabe]], 2010
 
*[[Hitoshi Watanabe]], 2010
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*[[Charles A. DeSoer]], 2011
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*[[Ronald A. Rohrer]], 2012
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*[[Sanjit Mitra]], 2013
  
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Revision as of 15:39, 21 August 2013

About Award

IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award.jpg

The IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award was established in 2003.

This award is named for Gustav Robert Kirchhoff, a physicist who made important contributions to the theory of circuits using topology and to elasticity. Kirchhoff's laws allow calculation of currents, voltages, and resistances of electrical circuits extending the work of Ohm. His work on black body radiation was fundamental in the development of quantum theory.

Recipient selection is administered through the Technical Field Awards Council of the IEEE Awards Board.

Award Recipients